Thursday, January 14, 2010

Ahmadinejad: "Enemies get angry if one challenges Holocaust"

According to the reactivated Judeosphere blog, Mark Weber is abandoning Holocaust denial. Ahmadinejad, however, is keeping the flame alive (and a bit incoherent):
Addressing a group of scholars and elites in Khuzestan, President Ahmadinejad said, "Enemies become angry if one challenges the Holocaust, because they have used it for decades to justify their attacks on other people."

President Ahmadinejad criticized the passivity of some politicians and said, "Are we supposed to always wait till they bombard us with their baseless questions? Are we supposed to use all our energy to answer their questions?"

The IRI President concluded that the only way to tackle this problem is "to be active and constantly challenge those who become angry when one questions the Holocaust. We should claim that when a massacre happens anywhere in the world they have a hand in it."

President Ahmadinejad added that Iran should be active in managing the world based on our cultural principles.
Fars has more of Mahmoud's presidential pronouncements: "Ahmadinejad Blames Zionists for Assassination of Iranian N. scientist":
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad took the Zionist regime responsible for the Tuesday terrorist attack on an Iranian nuclear physics scientist and university lecturer.

The report of experts on the explosion scene indicates that the assassination was conducted based on the Zionists methods, Ahmaniejad said in a meeting with provincial elites and university professors in the southwestern province of Khuzestan on Thursday.

Condemning the terror of Iranian Physics Professor Massoud Ali-Mohammadi, he reiterated the enemies cannot eradicate Iranian elites by killing them.

President Ahmadinejad said the Islamic Republic of Iran is full of elites and if one of them is killed, over 100 people will replace them. [...]
So the vast majority of their elites are on standby?

Crossposted on Soccer Dad

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