Friday, October 28, 2005

Whatever Ahmadinejad says, Reformists think & believe!

Ahmadinejad's speech about Israel creat a lot of emotions in the world. Whatever he said was Ayatholah Khomeyni's words(Ahmadinejad refered to him during speech too).
Many of Iranian reformist hate Israel too but don't dare to say. Look at Abtahi,this
reformist vice president's weblog,and his explanation about Ahmadinejad's speech.
He said the world has been taken as hostage by Israel.He is sorry that Ahmadinejad
didn't realise current diplomatic situation but he doesn't regret his comments about Israel. Maybe you think because of circumsatnces Abtahi can not say more!Then you are
either an optimist or you don't know our Clerics.Iranian people don't hate Israel(many of them).Many believe Israel can be considered as a friend. Many say Israel never invaded us but Arabs did.


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