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Khatami, Who Terrorized Iranians, Allegedly Sold Nation’s Scarce Water & Vital Top Soil; Will He Come Back to Haunt Iran Again?
George H. Hassanzadeh -- Expert in Islamic Matters George H. Hassanzadeh -- Expert in Islamic Matters
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Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Khatami, Who Terrorized Iranians, Allegedly Sold Nation’s Scarce Water & Vital Top Soil; Will He Come Back to Haunt Iran Again?

The President Who Hates His People: Mohammad Khatami, President of Iran from 1997 to 2005, whose election platform of reform enjoyed popular support, however, once in power, he unleashed his inner hate, slaughtered countless opposing Iranians who asked for reform.

Here is an excerpt from the soon to be released book First Comes the Mosque by George H. Hassanzadeh that clearly demonstrates the nature of Khatami leadership.        

Answering the cries of Iranians, "We need a change," and "Islam needs reformation," Mohammad Khatami, born 1943, ran his candidacy platform on a reform agenda, and the nation, eagerly seeking relief from the harsh claws of Arab Shari'a doctrine, on May 23, 1997, came out in large numbers and overwhelmingly voted for cleric Seyyed Mohammad Khatami. Khatami posed as the man who could heal the wounds. Placing their fate in the hands of the man they called Father, thousands of young Iranians lost their lives, believing he was a reformist and that a change was on the horizon. He was sunny, personable, different, and determined to show he was getting along with everyone.

However, oppressed Iranians, who cried so simplistically for an Islamic reformation and hoped for measures of freedom and democracy proved the ultimate losers, unaware of Khatami's true Arab moral fiber. Khatami, an Arab seyyed, meaning not Iranian but an Arab member supposedly of Prophet Mohammad's household, undeniably believed "Islam is not re-formable." Not only could he not bring any amount of reform, he fought tooth and nail against any effort by anyone, especially the university students who were his main supporters. He later declared, "Reforming Islam requires removal of its sacred suras in the Qur'an. It requires discarding Shari'a in its entirety and in so doing, it will become a different religion, not Islam." Khatami knew well in advance that:

  • Reforming Islam requires removal of many blatantly objectionable Koranic chapters.'
  • The Koran as a whole is very repulsive to a civilized humanity, and to improve Islam, it is unambiguously forbidden in the Koran.
  • Islam claims that it is the perfect eternal faith for humanity. Moreover, it is carved in stone and is Allah's' sealed book.
  • Islamic leaders indisputably believe that every word of the Koran is the word of Allah and it is not subject to human modification, ever. 
  • Numerous open-minded Muslim intellectuals have tried reforming Islam and met with death instead. Scholars such as Mahmoud Mohammed Taha, who was hanged in 1985, and Faraj Foda, who was assassinated in 1992 by al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya, "the Islamic Group." Iranian scholar and historian Ahmad Kasravi (1890-1946), who was assassinated by Shi'a cleric Navab Safavi, Iran's first member of Fada'e'yan-e Islam (the martyrs of Islam or Muslim Brotherhood), for criticizing Shari'a doctrine.
  • I have perfected your religious law for you, and have conferred upon you my blessings, and resolve that self-surrender unto me shall be your religion – Koran 5:3

Although Khatami's image in the West is that of a liberal-minded reformist with a pasted-on smile, it has been said that he used taghiyah (permissible lie in Shiite Islam) more than any other Shiite leader in recent memory.     

In October 2001, top delegates to international Muslim organizations gathered in Doha, Qatar, showing Arab sympathy to the US victims of September 11, 2001, and pledged their support of the United States.  Mohammad Khatami, then the President of Iran, used the Palestinians' plight as a reason to use taghiyah (lie) and privately urged delegates to outwardly agree to the stated theme of the conference, and, instead, work diligently toward the destruction of the United States. Some Sunni Arab leaders heard the word taghiyah for the first time.

Unlike his humble appearance and friendly smile for the camera in public, Khatami's record on human rights ranks among the worst. He often confronted and intimidated the university students, who have found it difficult to adjust to "The Persian culture, Arab rule" mentality or remain faithful to the Islamic Revolution. Khatami's political belligerence, utter hypocrisy, innate hatred of Iranians, especially the secular-minded, the intellectuals, and the university students, made his presidency a tragedy from start to finish.  

Excerpt from the speech given on December 6, 2004 at the University of Tehran by President Seyyed Mohammad Khatami.

On his visit to the University of Tehran, on December 6, 2004, he had stern warnings for the students. Here is the rough translation of above captioned inscription: "Do not do anything for which I will have you thrown out, act human. Above all, I see our Islamic Revolution as one of the greatest people's revolution in my time. You are too young to understand the true purpose behind what is happening. If you are people's rep, then, we are people's opponent."

Intellectual growth, the development of the mind, runs contrary to Islamic teachings. A student with questions about Shari'a practice is looked upon as a troublemaker, as an anti-revolutionary, rather than a student with a simple, legitimate question.

The Shi'a institution fears that if a student is allowed to criticize, debate, or question Shi'a, Shari'a, or the Islamic mandate curriculum, it would encourage other students and may render their revolution ineffective. Khatami frequently reminded students not to take the revolution lightly; "We are serious," he frequently reminded people. The Shi'a hierarchy is aware of the Iranians' repugnant feelings toward the Arabs that control their nation; for that reason, Khatami, like all other Arab clerics, fears and has a distinctive aversion to Iranians, especially the college students who are awakened to the reality of their setback and are resisting the seventh-century Arab tradition.

Khatami represents other Arab clerics who are fat on duplicity but starved of moral nutrition. Arab clerics are controlling the situation with their powerful Basij Army, the Quds Force, and are systematically eliminating what they perceive to be their future challengers. Regardless of his benign appearance, his malignant motivations rank him as a typical Arab cleric with "blood on his hands."       

The most egregious scandal of Khatami's presidency involved the corrupt dealings, financial fraud, fraudulent and criminal conversion of nation's assets, grand larceny that came to light after his term of presidency.

1) His administration cut the government subsidies for people's daily needs such as gas, food, and other necessities, and made people dependent on government-selected assistance called Yaraneh.  The word yaraneh means "friendly cooperation, friendly help," it also means "welfare." However, while Iranians believed that it was a welcoming social welfare for all, it turned out that it was basically for the Arabs from neighboring states who wished to migrate (they came in long caravans) into Iran and for natives who supported the Arab causes and obeyed the Arab Shiite and the Shari'a rule.

2) The well-to-do people investing in Khatami's election were paid back handsomely, but the nation lost significantly.

3) He cleverly closed many factories and production plants making the nation more dependent on imports that were profitable for his close associates.

4) It is alleged, that Khatami sold Iran's direly needed fresh water to Kuwait and pocketed or shared the proceeds with his family and friends.

5) Perhaps the most horrifying side of Khatami concealed from the public is his undefinable barbaric tribal capacity for murder. The most shocking side of his period in office as president was the treatment of political activists, independent social media, the intellectuals, and according his own statement, "zero tolerance" for activist students. At one of his disturbing speeches at the University of Tehran, he held, "If we detect or perceive a student causing a 'problem' or agitation for our Islamic revolution, we will deal with it severely today, here, right now."

It is believed that Seyyed Mohammad Khatami, who served as the fifth President of Iran from 3 August 1997 to 3 August 2005, allegedly had a ring with a deadly "secret code" that only his co-conspirators who accompanied him into crowds knew. It is alleged that when the ring on his left hand tilted, along with his wearing a wide smile, it meant that all is well. However, any interruptions, agitations, or interference with his speech coming from a student would cause his multiple personality, the "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde," to take over. He would take out the same ring and put it on his right-hand finger and turn his eyes with an unsightly expression toward the agitator, meaning he was angry with that person; then his accomplices knew precisely what to do.

Khatami's gang, a group of mostly violent criminals, would immediately whisk that individual off to an unknown location and torture or slaughter them, while seemingly the President watched. The affirmation of his actions leaked out after he left the office of the presidency.

About George H. Hassanzadeh:

George H. Hassanzadeh, born and raised in a Shi'a Muslim family in Iran, is the author of Iran: Harsh Arm of Islam and is a recognized expert in Islam. He is in the process of releasing a series of books illustrating the distorted Shi'a, jihad, and Shari'a Laws practiced by the allegedly infallible Arab Shiite clerics forcing medieval rule and a system of mind control in 21st century Arab and non-Arab nations.

George H. Hassanzadeh is a U.S. Army Veteran and lives in California.

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