Iran's Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was able to claim in an address at Columbia that there are no gays in his country. He kept a straight face as well when he announced he had been legitimately re-elected as his nation's president. So I expect he will appear sincere when he tries to present himself as a man of peace at the United Nations General Assembly this week.
How a guy who has vowed the destruction of Israel and who has permitted the killing of his own countrymen and women for peacefully demonstrating against the sham presidential election can do this is incredible. Worse will be those who actually applaud him.
The man who just last week declared the Holocaust a myth will, it is reported, tell the General Assembly that he supports "peace and friendship with all nations." Try telling that to the countries where Iranian-directed violence and killings have occurred.
Rather than listening to Ahmadinejad, the world should listen to the protesters who will gather outside the United Nations. Their message to the world will be more sincere and important than anything Ahmadinejad has to say. Read More Here
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