Sam, that was conclusive and informative. People who speak in absolutes should be listened to with caution. On this topic above all others. However, asserting nonsense such as you have in your post serves no purpose. Sometimes it is better to be silent and thought a fool, than to utter words that will remove all doubt. President Ahmadinejad should also learn to hold his tongue at times, but then he is another one who speaks in absolutes and is prepared to bring shame and peril to his country in order to alleviate the feeling of emasculation many Middle East governments feel following the unsuccessful wars they have waged against Israel in the past. Would I call him a patriot? No, I would call him a puppet of the hard-line establishment in Iran, not a leader or a hero. He is a figurehead who will go down in history as yet another belligerent Arab leader with more pride than sense. Also, God, above all other names, takes a capital, regardless of the religion you practice.
Suspected assailant in car-ramming attack in West Bank shot (Haaretz)
from the article: Ahmadinejad awaits a response