President Ahmadinejad was a Jew
You've got to love this revelation. Little did President Ahmadinejad know that when he held up his passport and other papers during the recent election that his secret would be revealed.
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was born with the Jewish Iranian last name of Sabourjian, his father was a practising Jew and a blacksmith. The President of Iran was Jewish until age four when the family moved to Teheran from Aradan. Mahmoud's new last name was acquired in the 1950's and changed for religious and economic reasons family members disclosed.
Ahmadinejad later became an engineer majoring in traffic analysis and got his doctorate degree, he then became a member of the Revolutionary Guards. Mehdi Khazali, a researcher attempting to research Ahmadinejad's family history, was arrested this past summer for what are now obvious reasons.
Ironically, Ahmadinejad's own error of holding up his documents in March 2008 while being photographed allowed those same photos to be examined and blown up. One document revealed the Jewish last name.
His hatred of the Jews and Israel is about his own denial of his Jewish heritage, which he is ashamed of. Sounds like history all over again, recall a guy named, Adolf Hitler? He did the same thing. Scary.
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