Skip to comments.Ahmadinejad: Iran will never recognize 'Zionist regime'
Posted on 09/21/2010 5:53:29 PM PDT by Nachum
Iranian president makes comments on Israel, capitalism and the death penalty whilst on visit to New York for UN General Assembly.
NEW YORK Stating that Iran would never recognize the Zionist regime, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad spoke his mind freely on Monday and Tuesday while in New York for the United Nations General Assembly meetings, commenting on capitalism, the Holocaust and a potential war that knows no limits to various audiences.
Ahmadinejad is to address the General Assembly on Thursday, but spoke to other audiences in the days leading up to his speech.
Speaking before a group of Muslim figures in New York on Monday night, Ahmadinejad said the Iranian nation will never recognize the Zionist regime, Irans Fars News Agency reported on Tuesday.
Palestinians can cut the hands of the aggressor and put an end to the Zionist regimes presence in the region, he reportedly said.
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So why do those morons at the U.N. bother listening to him. Send his goatsmellin’ @$$ home and don’t let him out again.
Hey Achmed, we don’t recognize your 12th Caliphate or fascist Iranian state. So there!
Put that in your burqua and play with it.
Get over Ahmodabadoo. Israel is there to stay.
re his “goatsmellinga**”.
It’s not just for smellin’. Now you know why Achmed always has a smile on his face (and a goat in his closet).
No he won’t but the wonder is why the Western World will not believe him when he says that. He intends to eliminate the Israel’s homeland at any cost. We seem to be content to stand by and watch...along with the rest of Europe (hey, maybe they are clapping along the way)...
Unfortunately our Kenyan thinks highly of this idiot.
I wonder what would happen if he just kinda died whilst in the United Nations complex?? Maybe with pig-fat slathered on the bullet.
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