Iran said on Sunday that the recent remarks on Israel by its President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad had been misinterpreted by some countries. "The president's comments on Israel did not include any new contents, but they have been misinterpreted by some countries and organizations," foreign ministry spokesman Hamid-Reza Asefi told reporters at his weekly news briefing.
(I may not like President Ahmadinejad's rhetoric but at least I know where he stands.)
"The Zionists and their American allies surprisingly show sensitivity to any remarks (Talk about the pot calling the kettle black) on the Zionist regime, which betray their weakness and embarrassment about attention of the Muslim nations to the plight of Palestinians," Khamenei said. (Would someone please ask President Ahmadinejad if the comments below were misinterpreted as well?) In late October, the hardline president said Israel should be "wiped off the map", inciting bombardments from some countries.
(Cross posted at Fu2rman & Friends)
a pic never lies. http://regimechangeiran.blogspot.com/2005/10/why-havent-we-seen-this.html
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