By Daniel Chejfec
Meanwhile, riots in the outskirts of Paris demanding the resignation of the government and the formation of a new Republic based on God's law continue into its third week. Police forces are acting with all the due restrain demanded by law and respectful of the right of their fellow citizens and immigrants. Paris Police chief denied the rumors that the Shari'a Party, funded by Iran, was involved in creating the initial provocation.
Three weeks ago, a group of French steel workers of North African descent demanded that no women be hired for management or secretarial positions at their factory. Their demand was based on a strict interpretation of God's law and supported by an overwhelming number of opinions from professors at Al-Azhar University in Cairo. Confronted with the factory owners refusal to accept their demands, the workers initiated a strike and street demonstrations against the desecration of God's Law, destroying cars and valuable property. They also prevented a group of Jews from crossing a street by beating them. One of the trespassers remains hospitalized. Police officials are trying to determine whether the attack was motivated by racial hatred or it was a natural response to what the demonstrators perceived as an invasion of their territory.
In sympathetic demonstrations, the Muslim Students Association in North America called a general mobilization in defense of the French workers. University officials could not be reached for a comment. During the mobilization, some unknown individuals set fire to the building of the Jewish Student Association at the University of California in Los Angeles (UCLA). Campus police is investigating the incident to determine who is responsible and dismissed the possibility of a hate crime.
The United States abstained during the United Nations vote on the resolution supporting the attack on Iran. Washington Officials declared that there was insufficient evidence that Iran was preparing to use its Nuclear weapons against Europe, and that the attack was therefore premature. "We favor a diplomatic approach to International tensions" said a source in the State Department. "The attack will make it more difficult to reach an understanding with Iran, which after its takeover of Iraq and Kuwait controls now a majority of the Oil reserves" confirmed another source.
Meanwhile, at the Israeli Parliament (built on contested land in Western Jerusalem), Israeli officials refused to meet with the media. A junior secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs commented that "maybe one day the world would have acted against Iran, but we wanted to be here to witness it. That's why we neutralized their Nuclear armament"
Iranian officials declared that the attack will not stop their Nuclear program and insisted that all their research is only for the peaceful use of Nuclear Energy.
Can this "future report" ever happen? do you believe that is exaggerated? alarmist? The tale is imaginary but based on current trends. How close it is to a probable future is for you to decide by taking action and demand that the United States increase its actions to stop Iran. A world with a nuclear armed Ahmedinejad will not be a safe world...for anybody.