DAMASCUS, SYRIA (3:40 P.M.) – United States Representative Dana Rohrabacher expressed gratitude that Islamic State radical elements assaulted the Iranian Parliament alongside Khomeini’s Mausoleum in Tehran.

The representative went on to express his perplexing question as to whether it is “a good thing for us to have the United States finally backing up Sunnis who attack Hezbollah and the Shiite threat to us.”

“Isn’t that a good thing?” the California congressman inquired as he compared prospects of backing the Islamic State against Iran to backing the Soviet Union against Hitler’s Nazi regime during the Second World War.

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  1. Seems he must have had a little too loaded his marijuana infusion (I’m not joking, he’s really a pot-head).

    Note that I already pointed that Hezbo should be absorbed in either Lebanese or Syrian army or both.
    Although there was a clear shift in the last 10 years and although the leaders from the 80’s/90’s are mostly all gone, Badreddine, Mugniyah, etc etc have gone really too far with the Muricans.
    The force could absolutely perdure and, due to the way they behave now, I’d even say should but in the form of a militia espicially with UNSC having voted the dismantlement of the military branch, as long it will stay under the form of an independent militia, this will be used against Iran to ruin efforts of re-establish itsef in the international community.
    Actually, it’d be also very wishable having Iran going back to secularism, anyway, with a 2% intendance in mosques during Friday prayers, nonetheless a theocracy has became irrelevant but politic is definitively already too complicated to not add supernatral factors, clerics messing with it sucks and again, the Khomeiny actions and the Khamenei heathen rhetoric are a clear millstone, moreover, the Iranian civilisation is not Islamic at all and they’re not Arabs.
    Rouhani does well in foreign relations but these 2 points maintain Iran as being perceived as threatening. Being secular doesn’t mean you’re anti religious BTW… If all these mullahs really love their country, I don’t think that serving God should threaten the existance of 78M of Iranians

  2. This guy should try telling that to the people of Manchester or London – or many another European city.
    Unless Trump explicitly disowns that fool’s remarks, he should not be invited to anywhere in Europe.