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« on: June 30, 2007, 02:36:07 PM »

Ahmadinejad says Iran is nuclear, cannot be turned back
By Haaretz Service and News Agencies

Israel Radio reported Saturday that Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has released a statement saying Iran has become a nuclear nation and no one can cause the country to backtrack.

"Our enemies cannot harm us, not because they don't wish to, but because they cannot do so due to their difficult situation," Israel Radio quoted Ahmadinejad as saying.

Ahmadinejad and Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Saturday defended a controversial fuel rationing plan in Iran, state-television IRIB reported.

According to Isral Radio, Ahmadinejad said the rationing of fuel has made Iran better able to withstand pressure from the international community. He was referring to sanctions placed on the country following its refusal to halt uranium enrichment as part of its nuclear program.

He said the enemies of Iran have acknowledged the fact that the rationing of fuel has made his country "undefeatable," the radio reported.

Khamenei said in a meeting with government officials that the surplus from the rationing plan and non-import of oil could be used for other development plans in the country.

Although Iran is a leading OPEC member and the world's fourth biggest oil producer with a daily oil production of 4.2 million barrels, the Islamic state must import more than 40 per cent of the country's oil needs and spend 5 - 8 billion dollars annually on imports due to a lack of refineries and a preference for oil exports.

Riots broke out in protest against the decision, and several gas stations were set on fire.

Ahmadinejad defended the plan as a complex decision that required national will to help the country gain invulnerability to international threats.

Iranian officials had earlier said the plan should also be regarded as a precautionary move in case of United Nations Security Council sanctions against Iran over its controversial nuclear projects.

Ahmadinejad further called for a switch from oil to natural gas in order to further decrease the necessity of oil imports.

The harsh protests confirmed the government's fears that the move would dent Ahmadinejad's popularity before parliamentary elections in March next year and even negatively affect his chances for re-election in 2009.

Report: IAEA team to visit Iran
A team from the UN nuclear watchdog will visit Iran on July 11-13 to discuss how to resolve questions about Tehran's disputed nuclear program, the ISNA news agency quoted an Iranian official as saying on Saturday.

The International Atomic Energy Agency last week said Iran had invited it to send a team after Iran's chief nuclear negotiator, Ali Larijani, agreed a "plan of action" for clearing up issues with IAEA head Mohamed ElBaradei.

"A team consisting of the agency's deputy and some officials? will come to Tehran to study a working plan that will answer all the remaining issues in regard to Iran's nuclear program," Iran's IAEA envoy, Ali Asghar Soltanieh, told ISNA.

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« Reply #1 on: July 19, 2007, 10:50:40 PM »

Ahmadinejad: It will be a 'hot' summer
JPost staff and AP, THE JERUSALEM POST    Jul. 19, 2007

It's going to be a "hot" summer in the Middle East, said Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad following a surprise meeting with Hizbullah leader Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah in Damascus on Thursday evening, Channel 10 reported.

Nasrallah allegedly entered Syria via an underground tunnel, the television channel said.

"We hope that the hot weather of this summer will coincide with similar victories for the region's peoples, and with consequent defeat for the region's enemies," Ahmadinejad added, in an apparent reference to Israel.

During his one-day trip to Damascus, Ahmadinejad held talks with counterpart Bashar Assad which focused on the Iraq situation, Palestinian territories and Lebanon, where both Teheran and Damascus wield influence.

"The enemies of the region should abandon plans to attack the interests of this region, or they would be burned by the wrath of the region's peoples," the hardline Iranian leader said at a joint press conference with Assad.

Ahmadinejad, accompanied by a high-level delegation, was greeted at Damascus airport by Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moallem ahead of the official reception by Assad at the People's Palace. Assad was sworn in Tuesday for a second seven-year term.

He described Syrian-Iranian relations as "amicable, excellent and extremely deep," adding that the two countries have common stands on regional issues and face common enemies.

Assad said Ahmadinejad's visit came in the context of the continuous developing relations between the two nations whose "farsighted policies" have proven to be correct.

The Syrian leader said they also discussed "ways of restoring dialogue among all Palestinian factions." Syria also backed Iran's right to pursue a nuclear program and the two called for the "departure of all occupation forces" from Iraq - a reference to US troops.

Earlier, Ahmadinejad told Islamic Jihad Secretary General Ramdan-Abdullah Shalakh that Iran's role in the Middle East was "to support the armed struggle of the Palestinian people."
The Iranian president stressed the importance of unity between all Palestinian factions.

Ahmadinejad also called on all countries in the region to be vigilant of Israel's attempts to revive itself following its "failure" of the Second Lebanon War.

Ahmadinejad's visit posed a snub to Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, who has called on Syria to cut its relations with Iran as a precondition to restart peace process, deadlocked since 2000.

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It's going to be a "hot" summer in the Middle East, said Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad following a surprise meeting with Hizbullah leader Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah in Damascus on Thursday evening, Channel 10 reported.

Ahmadinejad meets with Both Syrian President Assad AND the terrorist leader of Hizbullah while in Damascus.

All I can think is, this is the countdown to war, and he just announced it!!   One thing we need to remember is how Russia, lines up with this.  As y'all know Russia is in the Bible Ezekiel 38 & 39.
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« Reply #3 on: July 20, 2007, 04:19:36 AM »

 Ahmadinejad: Iran, Syria will remain united
Damascus, July 19, IRNA

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President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said in his meeting with his Syrian counterpart Bashar Al-Assad on Thursday that "We are two united brothers who will remain united."
The second round of talks between the two presidents is now underway.

The two presidents are also expected to attend a joint press conference, said one of officials accompanying President Ahmadinejad.

Ahmadinejad's one-day visit takes place at the invitation of the Syrian president.

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« Reply #4 on: July 29, 2007, 11:41:51 PM »

Ahmadinejad hails Nasrallah as soldier in army of the 'messiah'
By Yoav Stern, Haaretz Correspondent

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad sent a greeting card to Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah to mark the first anniversary of the Second Lebanon War, calling the head of the Islamist Lebanese group a soldier in the messiah's army, an Iranian news agency reported Sunday.

Celebrating last summer's war between Hezbollah and Israel, Ahmadinejad wrote "the wonderful victory of the Lebanese people over the Zionist occupiers is a result of faith, unity and resistance," the Iranian news agency IRNA reported.

A more liberal news agency, belonging to a senior Iranian official, reported that Ahmadinejad also wrote that Nasrallah is one of the soldiers of "Mahdi", the prophesized redeemer of Islam.

"The Imam Mahdi carries the flag of humanity, support, and guidance for the faithful," Ahmadinejad reportedly wrote.

Meir Javedanfar, co-author of the book "Nuclear Sphinx of Tehran: Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and the State of Iran" told Haaretz on Sunday that he felt it was no coincidence that the messiah reference was dropped from the IRNA report. He explained that many people "feel that Ahmadinejad's numerous public remarks about the messiah are harming his regime, and create a feeling among Westerners that they mustn't compromise on the nuclear issue."

Javedanfar was referring to the Islamic country's ongoing efforts to enrich uranium for what they term peaceful purposes, but the world suspects they are developing nuclear arms.

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« Reply #5 on: July 29, 2007, 11:50:01 PM »

With Iran on the verge of producing nuclear weapons and already in possession of sophisticated medium-range missiles, mystical pre-occupation with the coming of a shiite islamic messiah is of particular concern because of Iran's potential for triggering the kind of global conflagration Ahmadinejad envisions will set the stage for the end of the world.

Ahmadinejad is on record as stating he believes he is to have a personal role in ushering in the age of the mahdi. In a Nov. 16, 2005, speech in Tehran, he said he sees his main mission in life as to "pave the path for the glorious reappearance of imam mahdi, may allah hasten his reappearance."

According to shiites, the 12th imam disappeared as a child in the year 941. When he returns, they believe, he will reign on earth for seven years, before bringing about a final judgment and the end of the world.  Sound familiar to y'all??

All Iran is buzzing about the mahdi, the 12th imam and the role Iran and Ahmadinejad are playing in his anticipated return. There are news agencies especially devoted to the latest developments.  I know I've followed a few of them.

A top priority of Ahmadinejad is "to challenge America, which is trying to impose itself as the final salvation of the human being.
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« Reply #6 on: August 04, 2007, 02:59:13 PM »

 Ahmadinejad criticizes U.S. arms deal

By NASSER KARIMI, Associated Press Writer Fri Aug 3, 6:17 PM ET

TEHRAN, Iran - Iran's president criticized the U.S. on Friday for its plan to increase weapons sales to several Arab countries and step up military aid to Israel, saying Washington was trying to impose its dominance on the Middle East.

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's comments were sparked by Washington's announcement earlier this week that it would sell advanced weaponry to Persian Gulf nations worth at least $20 billion and provide new 10-year military aid packages to Israel and Egypt.

"All U.S. efforts are for the creation of differences among our brothers in the region to impose its ideas and hegemony," Ahmadinejad was quoted as saying on his office's official Web site. "Americans feel their relations with regional (Mideast) countries are weakened, and under cover of this, the arms deal, they want to make relations warm."

Sheik Hassan Nasrallah, leader of Lebanon's Hezbollah militant group, also criticized the U.S. plan, accusing Washington of seeking to drown the Middle East in wars.

"The United States is bringing billions of dollars worth of arms to ignite wars in this region," Nasrallah said in a speech beamed through giant television screens to hundreds of thousands of supporters in eastern Lebanon's city of Baalbek. "The American administration is working on instigating sectarian strife and civil wars in Palestine, Iraq, the Gulf and ... between the countries of this region."

Defense Secretary Robert Gates and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice visited U.S. allies in the Middle East this week to discuss the proposed military package, seen as a counterweight to Iran's rising influence in the region. Iran is one of Hezbollah's main backers.

Ahmadinejad also criticized U.S. support for Israel and Washington's efforts to promote Arab-Israeli peace.

"The U.S. plans to introduce Israel as a friend of the regional (Arab) countries," the Iranian leader said. "Instead, they want to portray the Iranian nation, brother and best friend of Arab nations, as their enemy."

The U.S. accuses Iran of developing nuclear weapons and supporting Shiite militias in Iraq, charges Tehran denies.

The Sunni-led governments of the Middle East are also wary of Shiite Iran's growing power, and Israel views the country as its principal enemy. The U.S. hopes to capitalize on this fear to rally support for its efforts to isolate Iran.

During his visit, Gates said the U.S. "can't wait years" for Iran to change its policies and argued that more countries needed to support U.N. sanctions to put additional pressure on Iran.

Ahmadinejad called on Arab nations to spurn the U.S. weapons deal, arguing they should "spend the resources for progress and development of their countries."

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« Reply #7 on: August 05, 2007, 06:25:40 AM »

Ahmadinejad (Imanutjob) tells Israel to find a new home
August 05, 2007

LONDON, August 5 - Iran's outspoken President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad called on Israel to "go find somewhere else" for its state and leave its territory for the creation of a Palestinian state, according to an interview published, Agence France-Presse (AFP) reported.

"Our support (for the Palestinian people) is unconditional. As for the Israelis, let them go find somewhere else," Ahmadinejad told several Algerian newspapers ahead of an visit to Algiers that starts Monday.

Iran consistently refuses to recognise Israel's right to exist in the Middle East, and Ahmadinejad sparked outrage abroad by stating after coming to power in 2005 that Israel should be "wiped from the map."

He also provoked a storm in June by saying a "countdown" had begun that would end with Lebanese and Palestinian militants destroying Israel, and his government last year hosted a conference on the Holocaust questioning the German Nazis genocide of the Jews during World War II.

In his latest diatribe, the Iranian leader accused Israel of commiting "butchery" in the Palestinian territories.

Ahmadinejad said, too, that Iran wanted to cooperate with Algeria against terrorism. "Islam bans the assassination of innocent people wherever they are," he said.

"We reject all methods of terrorism, whatever the denomination or motive," Ahmadinejad declared.

He criticised what he called the "partial" view of human rights in Western countries.

He said there were "secret prisons" in Europe. "In the United States people's telephone conversations are listened to. In Britain, people are spied on using television cameras. In Palestine, Israel commits butchery. But no-one causes a scandal."

Ahmadinejad's visit to Algeria has not been officially confirmed by the authorities.

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« Reply #8 on: August 05, 2007, 06:59:24 AM »

Ahmadinejad (Imanutjob) accuses US of seeking ME dominance
Associated Press, THE JERUSALEM POST    Aug. 3, 2007

Iran's president criticized the US on Friday for its plan to increase weapons sales to several Arab countries and step up military aid to Israel, saying Washington was trying to impose its dominance on the Middle East, the president's office reported.

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's comments were sparked by Washington's announcement earlier this week that it would sell advanced weaponry to Persian Gulf nations worth at least US$20 billion (15 billion) and provide new 10-year military aid packages to Israel and Egypt.

"All US efforts are for the creation of differences among our brothers in the region to impose its ideas and hegemony," Ahmadinejad was quoted as saying on his office's official Web site. "Americans feel their relations with regional (Middle East) countries are weakened, and under cover of this, the arms deal, they want to make relations warm."

US Defense Secretary Robert Gates and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice visited its allies in the Middle East this week to discuss the proposed military package, seen as a counterweight to Iran's rising influence in the region.

The Iranian president also criticized US support for Israel and Washington's efforts to promote Arab-Israeli peace.

"The US plans to introduce Israel as a friend of the regional (Arab) countries," said Ahmadinejad. "Instead, they want to portray the Iranian nation, brother and best friend of Arab nations, as their enemy."

The US accuses Iran of developing nuclear weapons and supporting Shi'ite militias in Iraq, charges Teheran denies.

The Sunni-led governments of the Middle East are also wary of Shieite Iran's growing power, and Israel views the country as its principal enemy. The US hopes to capitalize on this fear to rally support for its efforts to isolate Iran.

During his visit, Gates said the US "can't wait years" for Iran to change its policies and argued that more countries needed to support UN sanctions to put additional pressure on Iran.

Ahmadinejad was defiant on Friday, saying "Americans have faced a dead end" in their efforts to squeeze Iran.
"They will go nowhere with these primitive and weak movements," he added.

The Iranian president called on Arab nations to spurn the US weapons deal, arguing they should "spend the resources for progress and development of their countries."

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He criticised what he called the "partial" view of human rights in Western countries.

This evil man is absolutely delusional.  He is complicit in the insurgency in Iraq that has deliberately killed thousands of innocent people through suicide bombers and other nefarious devices.  Their cowards hide in hospitals, schools and mosques because they know we avoid attacking such places.  They know we don't intentionally kill the innocent, and they use that to their advantage.
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« Reply #10 on: August 09, 2007, 06:06:36 AM »

IRNA's programs should be global and international - Ahmadinejad
Tehran, Aug 9, IRNA

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said here Wednesday in a meeting with IRNA staff at Iran's official news agency central office, "Today our news society is idealist, benevolent, and noble."
He added, "IRNA, in particular, should have global programming, and be able to see far horizons."
According to IRNA Political Desk reporter, the president emphasized, "We need to oppose the hegemony of oppressors' mentality and the oppressors news networks," adding, "We do not want our news arrangement to have merely local usage, we need to expand the dimensions of our job and to work for the world nations."
Ahmadinejad reiterated, "We need to be the defenders of the oppressed around the globe and to help them materialize their rights by proper and transparent news broadcasting, reflecting their needs and the realities."
The president added, "There are many times when a good and appropriate news item can dismantle the huge plots hatched by enemies, and the Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA) should be the pioneer in that field."
Ahmadinejad went on to say, "Inside the country, too, IRNA should side by side with news dissemination, reflect various viewpoints systematically, and to act in a way that the important various issues related to all parts of Iran would be put on discussion, and different people's viewpoints would be reflected."
The president emphasized that the country belongs to the entire nation, not to any particular group, or faction, arguing, "The entire parts of the government, and all our officials need assistance in their proper decision making in order to construct our country." Ahmadinejad reiterated, "We all need to spend tremendous efforts to create jobs, provide security, and expand the dimensions of scientific and technological advancement in our country."
The president considered the media as a connection ring between people and their officials, adding, "The reporters are the assets of the country and proper news broadcasting equals presence at the frontline of a holy war."
Referring to the Supreme Leader's comments in inviting the people to express their viewpoints on social affairs, Ahmadinejad said, this is a field in need of IRNA's competent management, not permitting certain individuals and groups that have nothing to say but to reflect the viewpoint of their own particular factions and groups." The president pointed out that proper informing of the people is not playing with the words and pleasing the groups, factions, and bands, reiterating, "We need to fix our sight at reaching the peaks all the time."
Ahmadinejad thanked God for having hard working reporters present at all the scenes actively, bravely, and with love, that are all necessities for news work, particularly observed in performance of IRNA reporters.

The president at the end referred to the comments made by IRNA Managing Director Jalal Fayyazi on problems with which IRNA staff are entangled with, saying, "Seeing the building where you work truly oppressed me!"

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« Reply #11 on: August 09, 2007, 06:07:56 AM »

Little does Imanutjob - Ahmadinejad know I post from IRNA news.  Grin Grin
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« Reply #12 on: August 28, 2007, 09:56:20 PM »

President Ahmadinejad Says Iran Ready to Fill Power Vacuum in Iraq

Tuesday , August 28, 2007

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President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad warned Tuesday that a power vacuum is imminent in Iraq and said that Iran was ready to help fill the gap.

"The political power of the occupiers is collapsing rapidly," Ahmadinejad said at a press conference in Tehran, referring to U.S. troops in Iraq. "Soon, we will see a huge power vacuum in the region. Of course, we are prepared to fill the gap, with the help of neighbors and regional friends like Saudi Arabia, and with the help of the Iraqi nation."

Although Ahmadinejad did not elaborate how Iran could fill a power gap, his bold remarks reflected what may be perceived as Iran's eagerness for an increasing role on its neighbor's political scene.

Earlier this month, during a visit here by Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, Iranian leaders said that only a U.S. pullout would bring peace to Iraq and pledged their government would do its best to help stabilize the country.

Soon after al-Maliki's trip, the Iranian Foreign Ministry announced that Ahmadinejad had accepted an invitation to Baghdad by the Iraqi prime minister for a state visit. But the ministry added that a final decision on the trip had not been made.

Ahmadinejad accused the United States of interfering in Iraq's internal affairs, and dismissed U.S. criticism of al-Maliki's unsuccessful efforts to reconcile the country's Sunnis, Shiites and Kurds.

"They rudely say (the Iraqi) prime minister and the constitution must change," Ahmadinejad said. "Who are you? Who has given you the right" to ask for such a change, he added, addressing the U.S. critics of al-Maliki, who is also a Shiite.

Ahmadinejad dismissed the possibility of any U.S. military action against Iran.

"I tell you resolutely that there is no possibility, whatsoever, of such a decision in the U.S.," Ahmadinejad told reporters. "Even, if they were to decide to do so, they would be unable to carry it out."

U.S. has accused Iran of being behind attacks on U.S. troops in Iraq a claim the Iraqi government has only partially backed, saying Iran could have a role in the attacks. Iran has denied the accusations.

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Spoken like a true "Nutjob."

"Imanutjob" sure has a sense of humor. Most of the Mideast is Sunni. They would rather rot first then to see a Shiite Iran expand its boarders. There is no love in Saudi Arabia for Shiites. President Ahmadinejad has no grasp on reality.

By the way "Imanutjob" has 709 more days left in office.  I know that because of a firefox add-on.  Grin Grin
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« Reply #14 on: September 03, 2007, 01:48:34 PM »

God and Math Convince Ahmadinejad Iran is Safe

Sep. 3, 2007

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says his calculations as an engineer and his belief in God convince him that Iran will not be attacked by Western powers trying to end its nuclear programme.

Iran is under pressure to halt work that the West believes is part of a covert bid to build nuclear warheads. Tehran's denials and refusal to stop have prompted increasingly tough rhetoric from Western leaders, including refusals by Washington to rule out military action.

Ahmadinejad, who regularly chides the West and talks proudly of his academic skills, brushed off the suggestion that force might be used.

"There were days when some inside the country were pressuring us to retreat, (saying) 'Otherwise there will be a war'," Ahmadinejad told students and academics on Sunday, according to the daily Etemad-e Melli.

"But I told them that I am an engineer and familiar with analysis and examination ... The enemies will not dare to fight us," he told the group.

"I give two reasons to those who have the same concern. First, I am an engineer, a master of calculation and tabulation. I write out hypotheses for hours, I reject and I prove them again. I make plans based on reason and proof ...

"They (Iran's enemies) are not able to make problems for Iran," he said. "Second, I believe in what God has said. God said those who move on the correct path will win."

Ahmadinejad, a former commander in the Revolutionary Guards who has a university doctorate, told a news conference last week that he would like to spend more time in academic work if his presidential duties allowed him the opportunity.

On that occasion he also dismissed prospects of a U.S. attack, saying U.S. power in Iraq and the region was waning.

Washington has said it wants diplomacy to end the nuclear row but has not ruled out military action if that fails. U.S. President George W. Bush said last week that Iran's atomic plans put the region "under the shadow of a nuclear holocaust".

French President Nicolas Sarkozy said last week that a diplomatic push was the only alternative to "an Iranian bomb or the bombing of Iran".

Washington is pushing the U.N. Security Council to impose a third set of sanctions after previous rounds failed to persuade Iran to give up uranium enrichment -- which Iran insists is purely for power, although it could be used for nuclear weapons.

The French Foreign Ministry said on Monday that a recent agreement on cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency showed that Iran "understands the impact of the sanctions and the resulting isolation".

"International pressure must be increased so that Iran suspends its sensitive activities," spokeswoman Pascale Andreani told an online news conference.

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