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A World Cup Story That Needs More Attention: Zion’s Vicious Campaign Against Iranian Striker Mehdi Taremi

by Jonathan Azaziah

Big ups to Iranian striker Mehdi Taremi. One of the most popular football players in Iran, the brother was subjected to a frothing-at-the-mouth campaign by the usurping Jewish entity and its hasbara-spewing minions across the web last month because he retweeted and approved of Ayatollah Sayyed Ali Khamenei’s Hebrew/English/Farsi notation that ‘Israel’ will not exist in 25 years. “Hate speech”, the Yahoudlings bellowed. “Ban him”, the vile Zionists kvetched. The artificial ‘Israeli’ regime was so uncontrollably upset that its Foreign (a perfectly apt term because every single ‘Israeli’ is a foreigner in Palestine) Ministry spokesperson Emmanuel Nachson made a statement, “For the sake of his team, it’s best if Taremi focused on soccer and not on echoing ugly and illegitimate calls against the State of Israel.” The irony couldn’t be more delicious. Calling for the end of Zion is in fact entirely legitimate because Zion is a fundamentally illegitimate enterprise. And such calls aren’t ugly but splendiferously beautiful because seriously, what’s more beautiful than an oppressed people having their rights restored and those who oppressed them meeting a deserved end of disgrace? Continue reading A World Cup Story That Needs More Attention: Zion’s Vicious Campaign Against Iranian Striker Mehdi Taremi