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September 24, 2007

IRINN Reports Ahmadinejad New York Visit

Broadcast 24 September on Iranian state satellite TV (IRINN)

The president of the republic went to New York with his delegation to attend the second meeting of the UN General Assembly. In addition to speaking to the General Assembly, President Ahmadinejad spoke with this organization's secretary-general, the leaders of certain nations and religious leaders at American universities. After arrving in New York the president of the republic said Iran wants lasting peace based on justice.

Responding to a question about American sabotage of relations between nations, Mr. Ahmadinejad said: They do not know about the progress of the Iranian or its orientation. We are aware of this anger. Some are saying this is an indication of their defeat in Iraq, which they are trying to cover up.

Even without this however, they have been trying for several years to convince the world that Iran, which always been the standard-bearer of peace, should deviate from its peaceful nuclear direction. They are saying its activities are suspicious, that it has no right to do these things.

The IAEA report showed that all of this talk was unrealistic and artificial. No one accepts them in the world. Nobody likes them because of their wrong and selfish behavior.

Crossposted to The Satellite News.

Posted by John at September 24, 2007 2:12 PM

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