Despite the attempts at damage-control of certain leftists, the Iranian Press is pressing ahead with the 9/11 conspiracism. You know you've really arrived when your ideas are endorsed by "Head of UTM's Polymer Engineering Department Azman Hassan":
A professor at the University of Teknologi of Malaysia (UTM) has said that the Iranian President hit the target when he mentioned his idea about the 9/11 events at the United Nations.And any time Muslims don't get along, that is a Western conspiracy, too. As we learn at Fars News, "Supreme Leader Warns about US, Israeli Plots to Create Rift among Muslims":
Head of UTM's Polymer Engineering Department Azman Hassan said that the passive reaction shown by the White House has indicated that President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad hit the target on the issue when he questioned the reality of the terrorist attacks against the Twin Towers.
During his speech at the 65th session of the UN General Assembly in New York, the Iranian President said the 9/11 terrorist attacks were organized by some segments of the US government and called for establishment of a fact-finding committee to probe into the event.
The Islamic Iran has mentioned some facts that the US had decided to forget, said the Malaysian professor noting that there was currently no doubt that the 9/11 was a fabricated issue.
Hassan stressed that many of the world nations would definitely support President Ahmadinejad's view on formation of a fact-finding committee to investigate the terrorist event.
Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei called on Islamic countries to keep vigilant about US and Zionists' plots, warning that enemies of Islam are seeking to sow discord among Muslims.I guess all "sectarian excuses" in Lebanon have been resolved since the country, according to IRIB, quoting Nasrallah, is "eagerly waiting for Ahmadinejad's arrival":
"Whenever Muslims come close to each other, the American and Zionist agents lurk to create a rift among them through different religious, ethnic, sectarian excuses and other pretexts," Ayatollah Khamenei said on Saturday. [...]
Secretary General of Hezbollah said Lebanon will welcome warmly the arrival of the president of the Islamic Republic of Iran in order to fulfill our obligations toward the great nation of Iran.And, of course, every single Lebanese citizen, no matter what his religion, is eager to fulfill those "obligations." Nice to know the conspiracy doesn't hold sway everywhere.
Crossposted on Soccer Dad