An Iranian leader refers to Jews as 'rabid dogs and pigs'

Iran, demonstrating its new leaf turned over as a result of their nuclear deal with the west, had some charming words for Israel.

Daily Caller:

"This vicious temperament of dogs and pigs is you (Israel)," said Ayatollah Mohammad Imami Kashani, a member of the Assembly of Experts, the body that appoints the supreme leader, at Tehran's interim Friday prayer. "The Quran has marked on your foreheads that you will be humiliated. The Zionist officials are like animals, and truly as rogue thugs they do whatever they want, killing people, creating bloodshed and destroying whatever they want."

Kashani said at this week's Friday prayers sermon in Tehran that whenever Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appears on television, "all of the world hates you. You are hated, humiliated and despicable and," the ayatollah added in a putrid insult to make to a Jew, "have been immersed in the flesh of rabid dogs and pigs."

They certainly have become lovable Islamists, haven't they? All soft sentiment and full of the brotherhood of man:

Kashani also had harsh words for the Obama administration: "Nations of the world are the enemies of the Zionists and (America's support of Israel) will have you share the misery of the Zionists."

Kashani stated that uranium enrichment is Iran's right and that America, Britain and Israel lie when they say Iran wants the nuclear bomb.

Last Sunday, Iran and the 5+1 world powers - the five permanent U.N. Security Council members plus Germany - reached agreement in Geneva over Iran's illicit nuclear program.

Under the agreement, Iran, in return for billions of dollars in sanctions relief, will keep much of its nuclear infrastructure, is limited to enriching uranium at the 5 percent level for six months, will convert its stock of highly enriched uranium of 20 percent to harmless oxide and will allow more intrusive inspections of its nuclear plants by the International Atomic Energy Agency, which will be limited to only agreed-on facilities.

Keep in mind that this isn's some rabid blogger sitting in his parent's basement in Tehran scrbbling nonsense. This is a member of the Assembly of Experts, a leadership position in Iran.

C'Mon, guys. Tell us what you really think of the Jews.

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