Friday, May 6, 2011

Are Ahmadinejad's days numbered? Reportedly asked to resign

An Examiner article states that Arab TV has reported that the Iran's Supreme Leader Khameini has asked President Ahmadinejad of Iran to step down. If true, it indicates a tightening of the strife that has burst onto the surface between the two over the last two weeks. I'd reported that Ahmadinejad was sulking for 8 days, after he had asked his chief to resign and that request was immediately vetoed by the Supreme Leader. Ahmadinejad did not like being vetoed and immediately went underground, dispensing with his public duties, canceling a trip to Qom, declining to make any speeches, and being absent from the Parliament.

Ahmadinejad's absence from parliament was promptly decried by the Ministers, and 219 of the 290 wrote a letter to Ahmadinejad asking him to return to duties and cease his work-boycott and his unwillingness to submit to the Supreme Leader. No go.

Now there are rumors that Arab TV has reported last night that the President has been asked to step aside. Normally I wait to publish something like this on my blog, except that the rumor was picked up and reported by BNO Twitter News, the most reliable and fastest news outlet on the web.

In addition, in a strange piece yesterday I'd read in The Guardian (UK), Ahmadinejad's closest allies were accused of practicing sorcery and communicating with unknown worlds, and arrested. It was reported:
"Ahmadinejad allies charged with sorcery"
Iranian power struggle between president and supreme leader sees arrests and claims of undue influence of chief of staff
Photo: "Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and his chief of staff, Esfandiar Rahim Mashaei, who is described as 'the actual president of Iran' by allies of the country's supreme leader."
"Close allies of Iran's president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, have been accused of using supernatural powers to further his policies amid an increasingly bitter power struggle between him and the country's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. Several people said to be close to the president and his chief of staff, Esfandiar Rahim Mashaei, have been arrested in recent days and charged with being "magicians" and invoking djinns (spirits)."

If Ahmadinejad resigns, you can bet that he will be replaced with someone even more fanatical. Iran (Persia in  he bible) is prophesied to be an aggressor in the very last of the last days, sparking a war that trips the world over to the Tribulation. (Ezekiel 38-39). Stay tuned. If this much is made public coming from the tightly controlled and secretive Iranian nation, then more will surface and soon either Ahmadinejad's resignation or the refutation of his resignation will be reported also. I am staking my opinion toward the resignation. I think Ahmadinejad's days are numbered.


  1. Wow! I believe everything in the Bible whole-heartedly, but it's still surreal to see the chess pieces moving into place.

  2. Wow, I never would have imagined that he might not be a major player during the Gog-Magog war. I guess his part was just riling up hate for Israel and paving the way for Persia's next President.

    It would be really, really wonderful if after he left, he took a step back to really take a look at all his crazy...and got saved.

    P.S. The "links to this post" feature is really awesome!

    - Debbie

  3. Hi Debbie,
    It is just a rumor now, but things have gotten pretty heated at the top levels, and with the arrests of the allies, it seems like it could be a matter of time before the President is out.

    Emily- I couldn't have said it better. It *is* surreal to see the bible coming alive so vividly

  4. Yeah, I've just started to see blips about the unrest in international news. I can imagine things are way worse than the public knows about, it's how all governments roll.

    Way off topic but I was wondering if you'd seen this article:

  5. Anonymous, thanks for the comment. No, I had not seen that article. It's really interesting, thank you so much for passing it along. Hmmm, speaking directly to the "regional blocs"...sounds like the ten kingdoms prophesied in Revelation 17...


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