Thursday, September 20, 2007

Ahmadinejad to speak at Columbia

Columbia University has extended a speaking invitation to Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Perhaps the distinguished gentleman will expatiate on the treatment of homosexuals in his country, where four of them were recently hanged. More likely he will speak about the non-occurrence of the Holocaust:
 
Ahmadinejad, who took office in 2005, railed against U.S. aggression in his speech to the United Nations last year, and then reveled in sparring with critics at the Council on Foreign Relations.

At that event, The New York Times quoted Ahmadinejad as repeatedly questioning evidence of the Holocaust, in which six million Jews were killed by the Nazis
Next guest speaker at Columbia will be Osama Bin Laden, who will give his views on Islam and effective urban renewal.
 
Ami Isseroff
 

1 comment:

Aryeh Amihay said...

What would you suggest? That Columbia ignore the fact the Ahmedinejad is the president of Iran?
Turning away from the facts is not going to change the danger Israel is facing. Trying to understand the motivations of the man, through careful analysis of his words and actions might.

More on this on my blog:

http://mostlyonisrael.blogspot.com/2007/09/some-comments-on-iran-ahmedinejad-and.html