Tuesday, October 12, 2004

The Washington Times: HOSSEIN SAIEDIAN Terrorist Sympathizer

Letters to the editor - The Washington Times: Editorials/OP-ED - September 30, 2004: "Mullah penetration in Iraq worse than WMD threat
Ayatollah Jalal Ganje'i's warnings about Iran's mullahs should be taken very seriously ("Two Islams face off," Op-Ed, Monday).
Many mistakenly assume that the mullahs' quest to acquire weapons of mass destruction is their biggest and deadliest ambition. Wrong.
No doubt the international community must expend every effort to stop the mullahs' nuclear threat; WMDs in the hands of "the most active state sponsor of terrorism," as the State Department calls Iran, is simply unacceptable.
But the mullahs' deepening penetration in Iraq is a hundred times deadlier. That's a warning originally lauded by Maryam Rajavi (president-elect of the National Council of the Resistance of Iran). Many in Washington haven't gotten that message yet.
If the mullahs succeed in Iraq, the whole region will be threatened by Iran's religious fascism, and the terrorism we are observing in Iraq we will witness in Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Egypt and elsewhere.

Lawrence, Kan."