1. Has the July, 2015 agreement between Iran’s Ayatollahs and the Permanent Members of the UN Security Council and Germany moderated the Ayatollahs? Not according to a June, 2016 study by Prof. Eldad Pardo of Iranian K-12 school textbooks, which are the most authentic reflection of the mission, strategy, tactics, character, worldview and general direction of rogue regimes, such as the Ayatollahs. Moreover, the education system of the Ayatollahs has become an effective production-line for terrorists and suicide bombers.
2. Iran’s school curriculum reflects the strategy and tactics of the Ayatollahs more authentically than speeches, interviews and diplomatic statements made by Iranian President Rouhani and Foreign Minister Zarif, who have mastered the art of the Quran-sanctioned Taqiyya – doubletalk and deception-based statements and agreements, aimed at shielding the “believers” from the “disbelievers,” to be abrogated once conditions are ripe.
3. The July, 2015 agreement between the US and Iran rolled-back severe anti-Iran sanctions, but the Ayatollahs have not rolled-back their hate-education, which depicts the USA as “the arrogant, idolatrous, modern-day crusader, infidel, oppressor, Great Satan.” This is documented by Prof. Eldad Pardo, of the Hebrew University and the Institute of Monitoring Peace and Tolerance in School Education, who has researched Iran's school textbooks for the last 11 years.
4. For example, “In a sixth grade textbook, child martyrdom is revered (The Little Leader, grade 6, pp. 58-64)…. The martyrdom of girls has recently been introduced into the curriculum (Defense Readiness, grade 10, pp. 59-63)….
5. Students are instructed to join a frenzy of training and preparation, be in a state of constant emergency, with blind obedience and actual participation in conflicts at home and abroad (Religion and Life, grade 12, p. 124)….
7. "We know from Khamenei’s own words, that the recent nuclear negotiations followed the pattern of an historical treaty with an 'illegitimate' government… which was concluded in 661 CE between Imam Hassan and Caliph Mu’awiyah – intending to gain time, build power and gradually undermine the rival dynasty, but never genuinely reconciling, leading to the fateful battle of Karbala two decades later (Religion and Life, grade 12, p. 104).
8. "[Iran's curriculum stipulates] the need for Jihad, child martyrdom and inevitable sacrifices are intensively and vividly inculcated into young minds…. Education for child martyrdom continues, beginning with the first grade, all the way to grade 12…. Iranian girls and boys are educated to go to war at any moment, taught to see the world as overflowing with enemies of the Revolution, who resist the 'true program of God…,' preparing Iranian children for the Ayatollahs' sublime goal: the apocalyptic, horrifying, military battle against the Great Satan, the USA.
9. "The students receive much instruction about the martyrs from the 1980-88 Iran-Iraq War [500,000 children who cleared the minefields for Iran's troops]…." According to Robin Wright (Sacred Rage: The Wrath of Militant Islam, New York: Simon & Schuster, 2001, p. 37), "they led the way, running over minefields to clear the ground for the Iranian ground assault. Wearing white headbands to signify the embracing of death and shouting: "Shaheed, Shaheed" [Martyr, martyr], they literally blew their way into heaven…."
10. According to an August, 2013 book by Iran’s Foreign Minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif – Mr. Ambassador: A Conversation with Mohammad-Javad Zarif – the US is the chief target of the wrath of the Ayatollahs, because it constitutes the most effective obstacle on the Ayatollahs' megalomaniacal road to Islamize the global order and subjugate humanity to their agenda. Zarif wrote: "We have a fundamental problem with the West and especially with America…because we are claimants of a mission, with a global dimension…."
11. Reaching a constructive agreement with the Ayatollahs requires a dramatic transformation of their school textbooks, which reflect the clear and present threat, posed by the Ayatollahs, to the USA. On the other hand, reaching an agreement with the Ayatollahs, while the current school textbooks, strategy and tactics are in place, could start the countdown to the first ever nuclear war. Therefore, the US Congress should conduct a series of hearings on the cost of adherence to the July 2015 nuclear agreement, while the Ayatollahs do not roll-back their anti-US curriculum.
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