Tuesday, September 25, 2007

A'Jad: 'Nuclear Issue of Iran Is Now Closed'

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad: 'Nuclear Issue of Iran Is Now Closed'

Iranian leader Mahmoud Ahmadinejad declared Tuesday that Iran's disputed nuclear program is closed as a political issue and said Tehran will ignore a U.N. Security Council demand imposed by "arrogant powers" to curb its nuclear program.

Instead, he told world leaders at the U.N. General Assembly that Iran has decided to pursue the monitoring of its nuclear program "through its appropriate legal path," the International Atomic Energy Agency, which is the U.N. nuclear watchdog agency.

When Ahmadinejad was ushered to the podium, the U.S. delegation walked out, leaving only a low-ranking note-taker to listen to his speech, which indirectly accused the United States and Israel of major human rights violations. State Department spokesman Gonzalo Gallegos said the U.S. wanted "to send him a powerful message."

The Iranian president spoke hours after French President Nicolas Sarkozy warned the assembly that allowing Iran to arm itself with nuclear weapons would be an "unacceptable risk to stability in the region and in the world." In her talk, German Chancellor Angela Merkel threatened tougher sanctions against Iran.

Iran insists the program is purely peaceful, aimed solely at using nuclear reactors to generate electricity. But the United States and key European nations believe the program is a cover for an Iranian attempt to produce nuclear weapons.

Ahmadinejad has defied two Security Council resolutions demanding Iran suspend enrichment and imposing escalating sanctions on key figures and organizations involved in the nuclear program. He made clear in his speech that Iran did not intend to comply with them now.




Anonymous Anonymous said...

''Closed''? Jeez, that sounds cryptic. Better hurry up now and take out Irans capability to develop nukes and fast. Putting aside the antics of the little Persian Hilter, this had better be a wake up call to those who still think you can ''talk'' to someone like this. Donal, I'll re-send you an e-mail soon, can't understand why you didn't get it. There was no failure notice in my inbox. Weird. Love ya, J'Mac.

7:31 PM  
Anonymous catfleas said...

"He made clear in his speech that Iran did not intend to comply with them now."

We all know that Iran never intended to comply with anything.

7:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good evening catfleas, how are you? This little pipsqueak is crazier than a poop-house rat. He means to do what he says. The mullahs wouldn't have allowed him to come and say what he did if they didnn't approve of the message. Here its happening again, a madman is threatning to kill us all and we're yawning. Amazing. J'Mac.

7:47 PM  
Anonymous catfleas said...

Hi J'Mac...I'm always a little late getting to the Internet in the evenings. Have to feed and cuddle the cat before anything else!

7:50 PM  
Blogger The Merry Widow said...

Catfleas-You have your priorities right, as far as 'The Maniac' is concerned...this is a problem? LOL!
Good morning, G*D bless and Maranatha!


3:45 AM  
Anonymous catfleas said...

Hello Merry Widow...It seems there is always another maniac! Where do these crazies come from? Do they go to the "Maniac School for Madmen"?

7:15 AM  
Blogger The Merry Widow said...

I was referring to Boris! LOL! I have called him, 'The maniac' ever since y'alls little 'vacation' in the mite infested environs of 'the other building'. His reactions to living above the ambulance entrance earned that title!
ahmadinnerjacket will never be referred to in capital letters by me, I don't respect him!


8:34 AM  
Anonymous catfleas said...

Oh Merry Widow...of course you mean Boris. I was in a hurry this morning, and didn't realize.

The poor little cat has to endure lots of sirens, helicopters, fire alarms. We don't like the noise, so I know kitties must be miserable. But he gets extra cuddling after the noise stops.

7:57 PM  

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