Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Ahmadinejad Holocaust-denial of the day

Every time he opens his mouth:
Addressing a group of university students in Tehran, Ahmadinejad emphasized that Iran and the US do not have shared stands on global issues, stressing Iran aims to maintain peace and want well-being and affluence for all human beings.

To attack humanity and to achieve their goal, western countries raised the issue of the Holocaust and created the Zionist regime . . .
Elsewhere in the Khomeinist Entity, the Supreme Leader declared that "Presidential candidates should tell realities." He always cuts right to the heart of the matter, doesn't he?
Speaking to thousands of enthusiastic people in Sanandaj, the capital of Kurdestan province, the Supreme Leader said that people should exercise vigilance in preserving their dignity and try to elect the best and most qualified candidate.
That's what every election needs: dignity-preserving vigilance. The Iranian Students News Agency thoughtfully provides Islamic Jihad with a chance to get that message out:
Palestine Islamic Jihad Movement representative in Tehran denied remarks by Palestinian Authority (PA) President Mahmoud Abbas that indicated Palestinians have recognized Israel.

"We do not recognize Israel’s illegal regime," Abu Sharif told ISNA on Monday. [...]
You ain't so legal yourself, Abu.

Crossposted on Soccer Dad

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