Iran Nuclear Watch: Mahmoud Ahmadinejad – “Israel Completed Holocaust”
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad attends a conference in Tehran entitled ‘The World without Zionism,’ October 2005. Ahmadinejad issued a new diatribe against archfoe Israel, saying that the Jewish state was ‘anti-Islamic in nature’ and the result of European ‘ethnic cleansing.
The ASSociated Press has Iran President: Israel Completed Holocaust
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Iran’s hard-line president who has said the Holocaust was a myth, now has charged that European countries sought to complete the genocide by establishing a Jewish state in the midst of Muslim countries.
“Don’t you think that continuation of genocide by expelling Jews from Europe was one of their aims in creating a regime of occupiers of Al-Quds (Jerusalem)?” the official Islamic Republic News agency quoted Ahmadinejad as saying Sunday. “Isn’t that an important question?”
Ahmadinejad said Europeans had decided to create a “Jewish camp” as the best means for ridding the continent of Jews. He said the camp,
Israel, now enjoyed support from the United States and Europe in the slaughter of Muslims.
In October, Ahmadinejad called for
Will the United States and Israel wait for the United Nations Security Council to rein in this anti-semitic theocrat’s nuclear program?
Last month, Ahmadinejad said the Holocaust, in which Nazi Germany killed six million Jews, was a myth. After global outrage over the comments, he said that Europeans, if they insist the Holocaust occurred, should cede some of their territory for a Jewish state.
He said anti-Semitism had a long history in Europe, while Jews had lived peacefully among Muslims for centuries.
His remarks have been condemned by the White House, Israel, Germany, France and the European Commission, among others. Germany has said the remarks would affect negotiations over Iran’s nuclear program.
Why has President Bush been relatively quiet while the Iranians go about their business of enriching uranium for a weapons program?
The calm before the Winds of War.
Iranâ€™s chief nuclear negotiator Ali Larijani
In nuclear developments:
Iran’s top nuclear negotiator, Ali Larijani, said the Russian proposal that the two nations enrich uranium in Russian territory could not ignore Iran’s right to carry out enrichment at home.
“It’s not logical for a country to put the fate of its nation at the disposal of another country even if it’s a friend. You can meet part of your fuel needs from abroad,” Larijani said on state-run television late Sunday.
“History and experience show that if you don’t have technology, you will damage your independence,” he said.
“If there is any truth in such talks, Israel will suffer greatly. It’s a very small country within our range,” he said.
And that range is made LESS dangerous when Iran develops weapon grade plutonium for nuclear weapons?
Iran said Sunday it has produced equipment for separating uranium from its ore, a fresh development in Tehran’s drive to control the nuclear-fuel cycle, state television reported Sunday.
The broadcast claimed the “settler-mixer” was a highly effective way to produce uranium, quoting Amir Hossein Farhadi, a researcher for Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization.
“Foreign countries were not ready to sell it to Iran since it could be applicable in the cycle,” Farhadi said.
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