It was only the beginning when Prime Minister Netanyahu spoke before Congress about Iran and the very serious topics Andrew G. Bostom, M.D., M.S. describes in his explosive new book, Iran's Final Solution for Israel - The Legacy of Shi'ite Islamic Jew-Hatred in Iran. Now comes a letter sent by 47 Republican senators to Iranian leaders in defiance of President Barack Obama with freshman Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas leading the pack. "We're making sure that Iran's leaders understand if Congress doesn't approve a deal, Congress won't accept a deal," says Cotton. The letter was addressed to the "Leaders of the Islamic Republic of Iran."
Dr. Bostom will explain why we must support Sen. Tom Cotton/the GOP-47 and their letter to Iran, as a means of ending these self-destructive "negotiations" with a Shiite theocratic regime whose ugly and dangerous ideological pillars are jihadism, Islamic Jew-hatred, and the active dehumanization of all non-Muslims via "najis" - "uncleanliness of the infidel" - doctrine.
The doctrine of "najis" is very much alive as evidenced by Iranian theocratic leader Ayatollah Khamenei's 2013 tweet about Israel as an "unclean rabid dog," and his 2013 fatwa against "unclean" Bahai - a religious minority within Iran - that has increased their dehumanizing persecution. Read below the description of what happened to an innocent Bahai family flower business after Khamenei's 2013 fatwa.
Parva Rahmanian's family used to run a flower shop in Iran - until the government revoked their business license. The reason given was simple: as Baha'is, they were "unclean" - and so were their floral designs. The uncleanliness of the Baha'is was, to the world's great shock and outrage, the subject of a recent (2013) fatwa by the Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, which stated, "Any communication, friendship, or association with the Baha'i, a damned sect, must be avoided." Subsequently, Parva Rahmanian and her family "received a letter from the Justice Bureau saying that as a florist, one's hands get wet while decorating flowers, and given that Baha'is are considered unclean by the high-ranking clerics... the work permit was revoked"
Using Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif's interview last Wednesday on NBC News as an example, Dr. Bostom can also explain how Iran practices "takiya" - sanctioned Islamic dissimulation - in negotiations, as part of its jihad doctrine, rendering the whole idea of talks, dubious at best, and self-destructive at worst.