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Tuesday, June 03, 2008

'Europe has suffered the biggest damage from the Zionists' UPDATE: Video added

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad arrived in Rome today for a conference on the world food supply and once again shot his mouth off about the 'Zionist entity.'
"Europeans have suffered the biggest damage from the Zionists and today the weight of this artificial regime, both political and economic, is on Europe's shoulders," he said.

He also accused unnamed "powers" of profiteering from high food prices through subsidies and market manipulations.

AFP reported that many activists, including both Italian and Jewish groups, protested against the Iranian president attending the summit because of his constant anti-Israeli rhetoric.

Ahmadinejad, however, did not agree that his words were problematic, and said that "people really like my declarations."
I wonder what Europe's neo-Nazis will have to say about this.


And here's a video of Ahmadinejad and Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe at the conference.


At 7:16 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

Its all the Jews fault. I wonder what makes an anti-Semite like Ahmedinejad think life would be better for Iranians if Israel had never existed. Israel has never done anything to harm Iran. That's a point that gets lost in his genocidal rhetoric about the Jewish State. And there are literally thousands of things Jews have done having their own country that changed people's lives in small and large ways alike. I bet nearly everything Ahmedinejad did while in Europe has something to do with the "Zionist entity" he wants to see wiped off the map of the Middle East. The Jewish people are going to survive. They survived Hitler and they will survive Ahmedinejad and the mullahs.

At 8:54 AM, Blogger Carl in Jerusalem said...


It's not the Jewish people I worry about in this context. God has promised us that the Jewish people will never be wiped out.

What I worry about is the Jews of Israel. Our collective behavior is not exactly worthy of a miracle from God to save us if Iran goes nuclear.


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