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Tuesday, May 09, 2006

Ahmadenjad's Letter to Bush

Regime Change Iran has published the full text of the letter which was sent to President Bush by Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadenijad yesterday (CLICK HERE TO READ IT).

While I found the letter rather interesting, it doesn't really offer any hope of renewed diplomatic contact. Ahmadinejad simply lists a litany of grievances (some of which coud be better classified as "wild accusations"), pontificates about religion (I think he was trying to convicince Bush to convert to Islam), and then concludes by predicting the fall of Western democracy and basically saying that people around the world are flocking to his point of view (although he presents in as his god's point of view). Ahmadenijad's diatribe may be a lot of things, but it is NOT an attempt at recnciliation.

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