Like Passover that celebrates the liberation of Jews, their exodus from Egypt in the days of the pharaoh, Purim celebrates a victory over the evil prime minister of the Persian empire ruled by King Ahasuerus. Haman was the archetype anti-Semite and, as the story of Esther relates, he was angered by the refusal of Mordechai, the leader of the Jews, to bow to him. Haman convinced the king to issue a decree for the extermination of all the Jews on 13 Adar.–Alan Caruba
Jew and Gentile are two worlds, between you Gentiles and us Jews there lies an unbridgeable gulf…There are two life forces in the world: Jewish and Gentile…I do not believe that this primal difference between Gentile and Jew is reconcilable… – Maurice Samuel, You Gentiles, page 9
Eye Googled “Purim 2012 War Iran” and the first video that popped up was this, from the Marmite Man (Boy?)-
“Purim begins in the evening of Wednesday, March 7, 2012, and ends in the evening of Thursday, March 8, 2012.” Google says.
After visiting his most helpful colony, the Usurious Soviets of Amerika, Bibi is now back on his throne in Israel. The Moon is full. Is a fireworks show next?
Eye hope not.
The story of the evil Haman (whose contemporary equivalent in polite circles is Ahmadinejad), the sultry Esther, and her cousin Mordechai’s vengeance on 75,000 Persians, is in the Book of Esther-
For those interested in forbidden books, there’s much more on this topic in Douglas Reed’s Controversy of Zion, Chapter 17 The Destructive Mission.