Sunday, October 31, 2010

"Arab Activist: Regional Nations Adore Ahmadinejad's Independent Stances"

That has to be the most Iranian headline of the week.
Former President of the Union of Arab Writers Ali Aqlah Arsan lauded the sincere attitude of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, and said the Lebanese people extended him a surprising welcome during his recent visit to the country due to his righteous stances as well as his support for resistant groups.

"Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is fully honest in his statements. He is a man with anti-US, anti-Zionist and anti-suppression stances, and takes steps towards justice and supports resistance in the region," Arsan told FNA on Sunday.

Referring to Ahmadinejad's recent visit to the Lebanese capital city of Beirut, the Arab activist said, "The Iranian president's visit to Lebanon not only sparked no internal rift in the country but also served the national unity of Lebanon."

"These very same position-takings of Ahmadinejad encouraged the entire Lebanese nation and officials to welcome him to the country," Arsan stated.

He also lauded Ahmadinejad's transparent stance, specially in supporting Iran's rights of access to the peaceful nuclear technology, and said Ahmadinejad has won a wide admiration in the region because there is not political game in his position-takings. [...]
The way the grammar collapses in the middle of the biggest lies is almost Pinocchio-like. Or maybe there is a translator at Fars who is winking at us?

Update: The latest Haveil Havalim has won a wide admiration.

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