Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Sudan Dictator: "Iran's strength is our strength."

It's a wonderful day for an Axis-hood. From IRIB:
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Tuesday condemned reble attacks on the Sudanese nation and called on the Sudanese people to keep resistance and patience until the crises were resolved.

The President made the encouragement in a phone conversation with his Sudanese counterpart Omar al-Bashir.

Ahmadinejad said the enemies of the Sudanese naiotn are unhappy that the country was pursuing Islamic beliefs.

"Enemies of free nations should know that they will not get any benefit from such inhumane measures," he added.

IRI President also said that the two nations of Iran and Sudan were enjoying progressive bilateral relations.

President Ahmadinejad expressed hope that the next joint commission of the two countries to be held in Khartum would be helpful to promote their mutual ties.

Omar al-Bashir for his part thanked President Ahmadinejad for his attention to Sudan's affairs.

"We have enemies. However, we have also many fighters who are able to confront them powerfully," Bashir affirmed.

"Our enemies will keep their enemity until we abandon our religion. However, we will show them we are adherent to our religious beliefs," Sudanese President vowed.

He wished greatness, dignity and strenght for the Islamic Republic of Iran and said "Iran's strength is our strength."

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