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Iranian rulers for years have tried to create a deceptive spiritual image of themselves in the eyes of Iranians and also the international Muslim community to make believe that they are some how â€œGod sent.â€
If it was not for the inhumane and barbaric actions of these people, their actions could resemble a comedy in the eyes of a moderately sane observer. Knowing the true nature of this government and individuals, this would make quite a subject for cartoonists and comedy writers.
Recently, Ahmadinejad, the new President of Islamic Republic who had a dÃ©but a few months ago as a hostage taker in 1979 American Embassy crisis in Tehran, claimed on public television that when speaking at the United Nations last September, he was "surrounded by a holy light."
Fundamentalism relies on unwary of the public to deceive and rule. By claiming to represent God on this plant, they torture and kill opponents, recruit suicide bombers and justify terrorism.
See the article about Ahmadinejadâ€™s latest claims in this issue.
Associated Press Writer
GAZIPUR, Bangladesh (AP) – A bomb thrown by an Islamic militant disguised as a tea vendor exploded outside a government building Thursday in a town near the Bangladeshi capital, killing one person and wounding at least 29, authorities said.
The militant, who was hurt and captured after the blast, threw a tea container holding the bomb after police threatened to shoot him when he refused to be searched, said Gazipur police chief Atiqul Islam.
By Golnaz Esfandiari
Iranian President Mahmud Ahmadinejad says that when he delivered his speech at the UN General Assembly in September, he felt there was a light around him and that the attention of the world leaders in the audience was unblinkingly focused upon him. The claim has caused a stir in Iran, as a transcript and video recording of Ahmadinejad’s comments have been published on an Iranian website, baztab.com. There are also reports that a CD showing Ahmadinejad making the comments also has been widely distributed in Iran. Is the Iranian president claiming to be divinely inspired?
Prague, 29 November 2005 (RFE/RL) — According the report by baztab.com, President Ahmadinejad made the comments in a meeting with one of Iran’s leading clerics, Ayatollah Javadi Amoli.
Tehran, Iran, Dec. 01 â€“ Two youths were street- paraded in Tehran by the State Security Forces, a state-run daily reported on Thursday.
The two unnamed youths had been arrested after armed clashes with police in the capital, according to the daily Iran.
They were paraded in Tehranâ€™s Sattar-Khan region.
Tehran, Iran, Dec. 01 â€“ Iranâ€™s hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad vowed to continue Iranâ€™s nuclear ambitions till the very end and said that the Islamic Republic was unafraid of the threat of United Nations Security Council referral, state-run dailies reported on Thursday.
Speaking in the province of Ilam, western Iran, on Wednesday, Ahmadinejad said that Tehran had no intention of halting its sensitive nuclear work. â€œWe are not afraid of your bogus stick known as the Security Councilâ€, he said, addressing the United States and the European Union which believe that Iran is working towards obtaining atomic weapons under cover of nuclear energy production.
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