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Ahmadinejad’s NEW Cabinet Appointees,

Seem to have the same two Characteristics,

In that they do seem to be Cruel and Yes-Men,

But Sweet Ahamdinejad promises ALL HIS People,

And takes a VOW he will continue to serve Iranians,

Fighting for people’s RIGHTS with ‘efforts and Abilities’

Using his cruel yes-men appointee’s efforts and Abilities!

August 30, 2009


Proverbs 26:24-28 – He that hateth dissembleth with his lips, and layeth up deceit within him; [25] When he speaketh fair, believe him not: for there are seven abominations in his heart.

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[26] Whose hatred is covered by deceit, his wickedness shall be shewed before the whole congregation.

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[28] A lying tongue hateth those that are afflicted by it; and a flattering mouth worketh ruin.

Begin Excerpt 1 from Middle East Online


Ahmadinejad urges parliament to approve cabinet

Iranian President says his victory confirms Iranians want his government to continue on same path of first term.

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By Aresu Eqbali and Farhad Pouladi – TEHRAN

Iran’s embattled President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, whose disputed re-election unleashed the worst crisis in the Islamic republic’s history, appealed to parliament on Sunday to approve his new cabinet.

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“I hope the majlis will firmly approve all ministers and with a decisive vote it will turn the hopes of ill-wishers into despair,” he told MPs as he introduced his proposed line-up at the start of a three-day debate ahead of a vote of confidence on Wednesday.

Ahmadinejad said his victory in the June 12 presidential election was confirmation that the Iranian people wanted his government to “continue on the same path” of his first four-year term.

“We are committed to spreading justice, preserving the national dignity, achieve progress and confront the bullying powers. We will continue to support oppressed nations and cooperate constructively with all nations except the Zionist regime,” he said of arch-foe Israel.

But Ahmadinejad faces a daunting task in securing a mandate from the conservative-dominated assembly for his line-up which includes several new faces, among them three women — a first in the Islamic republic.


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aker Ali Akbar Yousefnajed, who was a senior official in the government of Ahmadinejad’s reformist predecessor Mohammad Khatami, criticised the hardliner.

“The president used the same words in qualifying his cabinet as he used four years ago. How come we have 14 new faces?” he asked. “Where are those who were sacked in the last four years?”

During his first term, Ahmadinejad received flak for firing 10 ministers, two central bank chiefs and several other top officials.

But conservative MP Hossein Garousi defended the new line-up.

“The nominees are highly educated and they coordinate well with the president,” he said. “If we saw people changing (in the existing cabinet), it was because the president is very meticulous when it comes to management.”

The confidence vote comes as Iran is gripped in political turmoil after Ahmadinejad’s re-election triggered massive street protests which left at least 30 people dead and shook the pillars of the Islamic regime.

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Ahmadinejad is under fire from his own hardline camp over several decisions he took soon after his re-election, and many MPs are furious at not being consulted over his cabinet choices.

Iran’s continued hardline stance over its nuclear drive and the crackdown on election protesters has also further isolated it from the West.

Ahmadinejad has retained five ministers in the same posts, including Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki.

Current defence minister Mostafa Mohammad Najjar has been nominated as interior minister, while commerce minister Masoud Mirkazemi is his pick for the crucial oil ministry in OPEC’s second largest exporter.

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However, Mirkazemi is expected to be rejected because of his lack of expertise in the sector, media reports said.

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Reformist MP Mohammad Reza Tabesh said: “The worry is that if he gets rejected, then there is less possibility of a stronger person getting nominated.”

The three female nominees are also expected to face an uphill task as some clerics have questioned the managerial abilities of women.

“Islam respects women, but respecting women does not mean that heavy social positions be given to them,” hardline cleric Ahmad Khatami said on Saturday.

Sousan Keshvaraz, Marzieh Vahid Dastjerdi and Fatemeh Ajorlou have been proposed respectively as ministers of education, health, and welfare and social security.

All three are seen as lacking executive experience, but Ahmadinejad said the presence of women in the cabinet had raised the “self-confidence” of women in Iran and triggered “jubilation.”

“The government has fulfilled its task by selecting efficient women and I hope the majlis will help the government in completing the job it has started.”

Conservative MP Qassem Mohammadi appeared to back Ahmadinejad’s decision.

“I do not understand why they want to keep 50 percent of the nation’s potential in the kitchen,” he said, adding that two of the three would probably be rejected.

Influential MP Mohammad Reza Bahonar has predicted that four to five men and all women nominees will fail to pass muster.

“The president wants to be the ruler in sensitive ministries of intelligence, interior, culture, oil and foreign. So he has introduced people whose major quality is that they are yes-men,” prominent MP Ali Motahari said last week.

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Begin Excerpt 2 from Middle East Online


Ahmadinejad vows serving Iranian people

Iranian president says government to continue fighting for people’s rights, exert all ‘efforts and abilities’

TEHRAN – Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Saturday that his current government fought for people’s rights and served them honestly, as he prepares to face a vote of confidence on his new cabinet.

“In my view, the ninth government exerted all its efforts and abilities in the path of honesty, service and fighting for people’s rights,” the hawk said at the shrine of the founder of the republic Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini.

“I think that the ninth government did its best and I hope that God almighty will continue protecting, guiding and accepting our services to the people,” the president was quoted as saying by the state broadcaster.

He was speaking at the shrine to mark annual government week, which commemorates the killing of president Mohammad Ali Rajai and prime minister Mohammad Javad Bahonar in a spate of opposition bombings in 1981.

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Ahmadinejad was re-elected for a second four-year term as Iran’s president in a disputed June 12 poll, which his rivals claim was heavily rigged.

On Sunday, he will introduce his new 21-member cabinet line-up to members of parliament, who will over three days scrutinise the line-up before the vote of confidence on Wednesday, Iranian media said.

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Ahmadinejad is facing stiff opposition from his own conservative camp over some of the candidates he has chosen as next ministers in the new government, which will be the 10th since the republic was founded in 1979.

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Several MPs have consistently said that about six nominees, including the key oil minister candidate, could be rejected by parliament.

During his first tenure, Ahmadinejad came under fire for frequently reshuffling the cabinet, sacking 10 ministers and two central bank chiefs and retaining inexperienced ministers.

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