Iran has inaugurated an “Hourglass Festival” celebrating the “imminent collapse” of Israel, based on a secret “plan” by the Islamic Republic announced in 2015 to destroy the Jewish state within 25 years, Iranian media has reported. The Times of Israel has the story:
festival, dedicated to anti-Israel art and media productions, is a
symbol of the country’s upcoming destruction, said Hossein
Amir-Abdollahian, Iran’s former Deputy Foreign Minister and current
assistant to parliament speaker Ali Larijani, at a press conference
launching the event.
In 2015, Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei predicted that
by 2040 there will no longer be a State of Israel. At a Quds Day rally
in Tehran in 2017, the regime unveiled a clock counting down the days
until the Jewish state’s predicted doom.
Amir-Abdollahian said he could not publicly reveal the regime’s plans to ensure the destruction of Israel.
“The Islamic Republic won’t allow the Zionists to play with the
security of the sensitive region of Middle East,” he said. “Iran and its
allies in the region, who defeated terrorists, will never allow the
Zionists to endanger the region’s security,” the Mehr News Agency reported.
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