If this situation wasn’t so serious, it would be quite humorous. The Daily Telegraph has evidently exposed the rabidly anti-Jewish and anti-Israel Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as one of the many “crypto-Jews” around the world. No doubt this revelation will feed the flames of critics and conspiracy theorists who claim practically every leader on the planet is a Jew at some point. How else can it be maintained that “the Jews rule the world?”
Jewish hegemony is clearly spelled out in the Old Testament, and Christianity was largely the creation of people who followed the Old Testament, whether they be Israelites, Hebrews, Jews or Samaritans. My research shows that Christianity was created in significant part as a sort of “Trojan Horse” to park at the gate of the nations, after which out has come the Judeo-centric “Holy Bible,” claimed by its proponents to be the very Word of the Almighty God of the cosmos, consistently favoring “the chosen” above all others! You can’t get much culturally biased and dominant than that.
Jews have spread around the world and mated in practically every country, going back thousands of years. So, it does not surprise us to know that Admadinejad has Jewish roots, since it would seem that virtually everyone on the planet will have a Jewish relative somewhere down the line. Being a Jew is not a race, as there are Middle Eastern Jews, Indian Jews, European Jews, Chinese Jews and so on. And there are obviously Persian Jews as well.
Many of the conflicts on planet Earth thus turn out to be internecine fighting. Indeed, if the concept of a “Genetic Eve” is true, all conflicts on planet Earth are internecine battles. Time to stop the family fighting! Unfortunately, religious dementia largely keeps it going, as can be seen from this absurd development of a rabid Jew-hating Muslim actually being a Jew himself.
A photograph of the Iranian president holding up his identity card during elections in March 2008 clearly shows his family has Jewish roots.
A close-up of the document reveals he was previously known as Sabourjian – a Jewish name meaning cloth weaver.
Update: This story has been debunked by an alleged expert on Jewish Iranian communities.