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May 13, 2006

Jakarta Crowds Cheer Ahmadinejad As He Calls For Israel's Annihilation - 'Reminiscent Of Hitler's Rallies'

Topics: Iran

Looking back through week, it's the AP that takes the top spot for our MSM "Media Moonbat" award of the week" !!!

The AP continues it's never-ceasing agenda of being a megaphone for the regime's propaganda, as it did this past Thursday in it's reporting of "Hitlerinajad's" visit to Indonesia...

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[Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is cheered as he addresses Indonesian students in Jakarta, Indonesia, Thursday, May 11, 2006. What's next for the AP - will we will next see "the moderate radical president " , "ahmadinejad seeks reforms but he's banned by the supreme leader" ?]

In behavior referred to by Rabbis Marvin Hier and Abraham Cooper, Founder & Dean and Associate Dean (respectively) of the Simon Wiesenthal Center as "ominously reminiscent of the Nazi rallies of the 30s when Germans and Austrians embraced Hitler's racist and genocidal vision that eventually plunged the world into history's bloodiest conflict" - Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was cheered by cheering crowds of students in the Indonesian capitol of Jakarta as he vowed that Israel would soon be "annihilated" and again questioned the genocide of 6 million Jews during the Nazi Holocaust.

"Those cheering crowds and the silence of the world's leaders emboldened Hitler to launch WWII and the Final Solution against the Jewish people," the Wiesenthal Center officials continued. "Today's rally in Jakarta along with the failure of moderate religious and political leaders throughout the Moslem world to rebuke Ahmadinejad empowers the Iranian President to pursue his reckless course that further destabilizes the Middle East and ultimately threatens world peace," they concluded.
Stefy at Free Thoughts refers to Ahmdinejad as "Hitlerinajad", and it's looking more and more like an appropriate nickname for the obviously fascist Iranian president.

Posted by Richard at May 13, 2006 9:21 AM



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