March 30, 2018
I met Amil Imani on the net when I wrote reviews for two of his books.
Islam will never be satisfied destroying world history through other countries art, their goal is to subjugate to world to the rule of Allah, the U.S. Constitution be damned.
Unless one is living in complete denial, they cannot possibly be surprised by anything Jihadists do.
This declaration from the one-eyed cleric Mullah Omar on March 2, 2001, created a chill throughout free world, succeeding another deceleration issued by Afghanistan’s Taliban regime stating that all pre-Islamic statues in the country were to be destroyed.
That edict, and the resulting demolition, has been worldwide condemned as “cultural terrorism.”
After witnessing, the Islamists’ destruction of the Buddha statues in Afghanistan that shocked the world and exposed the savage nature of this cult of violence and depravity, much more destruction on a broader range is taking place in Iran under the direction of Iran’s theocacy.
The heinous destruction of the two Buddha statues by Afghanistan’s Taliban pales in comparison to the present barbaric designs of the Islamic Republic.
According to the World Book Encyclopedia, cultural genocide is a term used to describe the deliberate destruction of the cultural heritage of a people or nation for political or military reasons.
The intolerant monolithic Islamists have been on the march, lashing out with fury at non-Islamic people and cultures.
This ideology of violence and death spares neither the living nor the non-living heritage of humanity: wherever and whenever it can, it commits cultural terrorism—wiping out other people’s precious cultural treasures.
Over its life span, the Islamic Republic zealots have tried innumerable times to cleanse pre-Islamic Persian heritage in the name of Islam.
First, they declared war against the Persian New Year or “Nowruz,” and then, they went after other Persian traditions and customs.
In 1979, Khomeini’s right-hand man, the Ayatollah Sadegh Khalkhali, tried to bulldoze Iran’s greatest epical poet Ferdowsi’s tomb and Persepolis palace.
Fortunately, the total bulldozing of the relics of the palace was averted by local Iranian patriots who were determined to preserve their heritage; who literally stood in front of the bulldozers and did not allow the destruction of this heritage of humanity.