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August 5, 2005

US may deny visa for Iran leader's UN address

Topics: Iran

YES! Bush seems serious about dealing with the terrorist-supporting, Islamofascist Iranian regime:

The Bush administration is considering taking the unprecedented step of preventing a visting head of state from addressing the United Nations in New York by denying a visa to Mahmoud Ahmadi-Nejad, Iran's new elected conservative president. Officials said a decision rested on investigations into whether Mr Ahmadi-Nejad was involved in the 1979 US embassy hostage crisis and the killing of an Iranian-Kurdish dissident leader in Vienna in 1989. Iran denies his involvement in either event.
According to GlobalSecurity.org, "With the formation of the elite Qods (Jerusalem) Force of the IRGC, Ahmadinejad became one of its senior commanders. He directed assassinations in the Middle East and Europe, including the assassination of Iranian Kurdish leader Abdorrahman Qassemlou, who was shot dead by senior officers of the Revolutionary Guards in a Vienna flat in July 1989. Ahmadinejad was a key planner of the attack. He was reported to have been involved in planning an attempt on the life of Salman Rushdie."

Not exactly a guy that deserves the courtesy or priviledge of being in the U.S. in the first place, let alone addressing the UN!

Posted by Hyscience at August 5, 2005 4:31 PM



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