President Of Iran Mahmoud Ahmadinejad




God made with Abraham in Genesis 12: 2-3  "And I will make of thee a great nation, and I will bless thee, and make thy name great; and thou shalt be a blessing: And I will bless them that bless thee, and curse him that curseth thee: and in thee shall all families of the earth be blessed." 

Simply put, it's the descendants of Issac that are blessed. Israel, Britain and America are the fulfillment of the blessing.

Others say the Old Medeo-Persian Empire, (Geographically known as Iran, Iraq, Egypt, Syria, North Korea, Turkey) dates back to Cain. From this empire came Babylon, and is biblically known as the "Seat of Satan." It's from Babylon all the idol worshiping, false religions and false gods sprang. It's from this area Antichrist will come. (It's from this pagan Babylonian religion Catholicism finds its roots as well.)

If one or both of these explanations are true, surely it's not hard  to understand why President Bush named the region an "Evil Empire" and the "Axis Of Evil" There is no other place on earth that is as biblically ascribed as a demonic hot-bed. It should not be wondered why Iran's leadership should hate Israel and America. It should be expected.

As for me, I hold the truth Jesus Christ died for ALL mankind. He paid the ransom to set us all free. There are no geographical lines that fall outside that fact. I believe it's best to treat every human as though each is God's child. I'm happy to let God sort out who He wants to join His family. Peace out.

President Ahmadinejad

Why does Iran's President call for Israel to be wiped off the map? Why does he call America "The Great White Satan?" Could the answer be in his very genes?

Some say Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, the Muslim Prophet, the Islamic Religion and the very land itself are products of a long ago promise to Abraham pronounced by God in the Old Testament of the Bible.

Yes, they are descendants of Abraham, but, their ancestry is connected with Abraham's son Ishmael. Ishmael was not the product of Abraham's wife Sarah, but mothered by an Egyptian slave named Hagar. (Sarah's handmaid) Why is this significant?  Because God promised Abraham that Sarah would bear him a child, and THAT child, (Genesis 17:19 And God said, "Sarah thy wife shall bear thee a son indeed; and thou shalt call his name Isaac: and I will establish my covenant with him for an everlasting covenant, and with his seed after him.") would be heir to the covenant


Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

since August 3, 2005
Website The President's Office

Within these guidelines the Council vetoes candidates who are deemed unacceptable. The approval process is considered to be a check on the president's power, and usually amounts to a small number of candidates being approved. In the 1997 election, for example, only four out of 238 presidential candidates were approved by the council. Western observers have routinely criticized the approvals process as a way for the Council and Supreme Leader to ensure that only conservative and like-minded Islamic fundamentalists can win office. However, the council rejects the criticism, citing approval of reformists in previous elections. The council rejects most of the candidates stating that they are not "a well-known political figure", a requirement by the current law.

The President must be elected with a simple majority of the popular vote. A runoff election may be required to achieve this. The President serves for a term of four years and is eligible for a second term.

Presidential council

According to the Iranian constitution, when the President dies or is impeached, a special provisional Presidential Council temporarily rules in his place until an election can be held.

The President automatically becomes the Head of Council of Cultural Revolution and the Head of Council of National Security.

The President of Iran is the highest popularly elected official in the Islamic Republic of Iran, second only to the Supreme Leader. According to the constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran the president is responsible for the "functions of the executive", such as signing treaties, agreements etc. with other countries and international organizations; the national planning and budget and state employment affairs; appointing ministers, governors, and ambassadors subject to the approval of the parliament.

Unlike many other countries, in Iran the president does not have full control over foreign policy, the armed forces, or the nuclear policy of the Iranian state, which are under the control of the Supreme Leader.

The President is elected for a four-year term by the direct vote of the people and may not serve for more than two consecutive terms. The election on August 3, 2005 resulted in a victory for Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. The election on June 12, 2009 was a victory for Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the incumbent candidate, although this is greatly disputed by supporters of rival candidates.

Qualifications and election

The President of Iran is elected for a four year term in a national election by universal adult suffrage for everyone of at least 18 years of age. Candidates for the presidency must be approved by the 12-member Council of Guardians. Half of the Council's members are appointed by the Supreme Leader and are intended to preserve the values of the Islamic Republic.

According to the constitution of Iran candidates for the presidency must possess the following qualifications:

* Iranian origin;
* Iranian nationality;
* administrative capacity and resourcefulness;
* a good past record;
* trustworthiness and piety; and
* convinced belief in the fundamental principles of the Islamic Republic of Iran and the official madhhab of the country.


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