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Ahmadinejad may resign

In an interesting story yesterday, it seems that Iran's President Ahmadinejad has displeased the clerics (who really rule the nation) and especially has displeased Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei. In the story I published yesterday, it was stated that Ahmadinead may be fighting for his political life, and that the word "impeachment" has already been flung around. It was also stated that Ahmadinejad will be speaking in public in a few days. Read that update here.

In a story published by Haaretz today, it was stated that the speech Ahmadinejad is rumored to be making soon will in fact be a resignation speech.

Iran cleric warns Ahmadinejad not to overestimate his power
"The controversy started earlier this month after Ahmadinejad dismissed his intelligence chief Heydar Moslehi but faced a veto by Khamenei, who insisted that Moslehi should stay in his post. Ahmadinejad has not yet reacted to the issue and for more than week has avoided any public appearance and reportedly has not attended the weekly cabinet session. There are even rumors that Ahmadinejad is at his home in eastern Tehran and no longer at the presidential office and plans to resign."

For all the prophetic reasons that I mentioned yesterday, watching Iran ALWAYS bears astute attention. That nation is forecast to be a major end time player, and seeing this week's shake-up at the top holds high interest for all watchmen. Stay tuned!


  1. Wow, this is definitely a curveball...only God knows what's next. it's just unbelievably interesting and amazing to watch God's mighty hands putting the pieces in place for the earth's final days. You are really on top of this because almost noone is really mentioning this and it could be a very big shakeup.

  2. Thanks, I- .

    How about this, posted three hours ago by French media: "TEHRAN — Iranian lawmakers have called on President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to end an eight-day boycott and accept the supreme leader's decision to reinstate the intelligence minister, Shargh newspaper reported on Saturday. More than 216 conservatives out of the parliament's 290 MPs wrote a letter to Ahmadinejad after an "extraordinary" meeting on Thursday, urging him to accept the reinstatement of Heydar Moslehi, the report said quoting Tehran MP Reza Akrami."

    I know, you'd think that the world's most vocal and belligerent theocracy, actively planning to wipe out Israel and the west, would take at least SOME interest in its leadership's shakeup!


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