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Islamic regime to 'honor' Michelle Obama


Islamic regime to 'honor' Michelle Obama

Charges Oscar appearance revealed 'link between Hollywood and  White House'




Iran will give First Lady Michelle Obama a special award for allegedly  exposing a direct link between Hollywood and the White House, the commander of  Iran’s Basij paramilitary forces announced Wednesday.

According  to MehrNews, an official media outlet of the Islamic regime, Brig. Gen  Mohammad Reza Naghdi cited Michelle Obama’s announcement of the “anti-Iran”  movie “Argo” Oscar for Best Picture in a live feed from the White House Feb.  24.

The movie chronicles the Iranian takeover of the U.S. Embassy in Tehran in  1979 in which six American embassy workers fled to the protection of Canadian  embassy staff and their eventual rescue.

“Mrs. Obama’s action was awesome,” Naghdi said with what what the report  described as irony, “and if we had spent billions of dollars, we could not show  a link and allegiance between Hollywood and the U.S. government and the White  House, especially since they have always denied the allegations.”

Regime media, in another  attack on Hollywood, blasted away at the book “A  Time to Betray” by Reza Kahlili, which will be made into a TV miniseries  about Kahlili’s spying for the CIA in Iran.

MehrNews reported that at the end of a conference held for Basij youth, it  was decided to cite Obama for what Naghdi called “her unwanted role in exposing  Hollywood and the Oscar Academy’s allegiance to the U.S. administration.”

Naghdi was born  in Iraq and moved to Iran after the Iranian Revolution, joining the Supreme  Council for the Islamic Revolution in Iraq. He later joined the Quds Forces,  which is involved in international terrorism.

In October 2009, Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamanei, appointed  Naghdi to command the Basij paramilitary forces. Naghdi has been sanctioned by  the U.S. as a violator of human rights for having participated in the  suppression of the Iranian people.

Naghdi previously  had threatened to kill American generals in response to the assassination of  Iran’s nuclear scientists.

He said at the time, “We will mark the hanging sites of the American and  Zionist generals and we will identify which hanging was in retaliation for the  blood of our great martyr.”

Since the release of “Argo,” several Iranian officials have criticized the  movie. Regime media reported this week that Iran has hired a French lawyer, Isabelle  Coutant-Peyre, to sue the movie’s producers in international court, although the  media did not say on what basis.

The regime’s media, since the production of “Argo,” have attacked Hollywood  for what they call the production of “anti-Iran” movies. Citing “unrealistic  portrayal” of the Iranian people, they attacked actor George Clooney as one of  the two writers of “Argo” and for his producing the “anti-Islam” movie  “Syriana.” They also cite the “Zionist company” Warner Brothers for filming  “Argo” and the “anti-Iran” movie “300.”

Regime media also point to the  upcoming production of a miniseries based on “A  Time to Betray” by Kahlili, who in his youth traveled to America to continue  his education. Upon his return after the 1979 revolution, he lost hope in the  direction of the country, returned to America, hooked up with the CIA and became  a spy in the Revolutionary Guards.

This “anti-Iran” miniseries, the regime media said, is to be produced by  actor William Baldwin and Warren Kohler.

The regime media published an image of Kahlili alongside former CIA director  James Woolsey that mistakenly referred to Woolsey as Rep. Michele Bachmann,  R-Minn., the former candidate for the Republican Party presidential  nomination.

Gerdab.Ir,  a Revolutionary Guards media outlet, attacked Kahlili for his call for  support of the Iranian people to bring about regime change in Iran.

Recently the Islamic regime, furious over exclusive reports by WND on the  Fordow nuclear site explosions, through  its official news agency IRNA, assailed WND as a media outlet “under the  direct control of the CIA.” IRNA called WND’s Kahlili a tool of the CIA to  expand propaganda against the regime in the face of its nuclear progress.



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