Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Shiite Muslims are offended as Austrian Chancellor attacks Iran's president over his Genocidal remarks against Jews

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Shock in Iran after Austrian chancellor, Sebastian Kurz, humiliated the tyrannical president of Iran and condemned him over his genocidal statement against Jews after he called Israel a “cancerous tumor” and urged Muslim nations worldwide to unite and destroy Israel.
"I strongly condemn the recently unacceptable statements by President Rouhani's regarding Israel," wrote Kurz on Twitter.
"Questioning Israel's right to exist and calling for its destruction is absolutely unacceptable," said Kurz and added that Austria has a historic responsibility to fight against all forms of anti-Semitism and support Israel. "Israel's security is not open to negotiations," he stressed.
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Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz warned Iran Iran's tyrannical rulers that Israel has a right to exist and a right to defend itself, whether Iran likes it or not Austria supports Israel and is committed to its security.
Austria which just recently enforced laws against political-Islam does not turn a blind eye when Iranian leaders openly call for Israel’s destruction and fund terror groups such as Hezbollah and Hamas.
Muslims all over Europe and the Middle East were outraged and offended after Austria closed Turkish-funded mosques and deported up to 60 Turkish-funded imams and their families as part of a crackdown on "political Islam".
150 Muslims (religious leaders, clerics and imams) risked losing their right to residence.
The actions by the Austrian government are based on a 2015 law that, among other things, prevents religious communities from getting funding from abroad.
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