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Thursday, 11 July 2013 01:09

Iranian President Ahmadinejad Proud Of Controversial Holocaust Comments

Written by Associated Press
Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Photo: Channel 4 Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Photo: Channel 4

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Outgoing Iranian President, Proud Of Controversial Holocaust Comments, Jewish Leader Outraged

 

An Iranian Jewish activist is criticizing outgoing President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad for his remarks hailing his challenges over the extent of the Holocaust.

 

In rare public outrage by an Iranian Jewish leader, Haroun Yashaei was quoted Wednesday by the pro-reform Shragh newspaper as calling Ahmadinejad's recent comments "smug" and highly political.

 

On Sunday, Ahmadinejad boasted that he rattled Western taboos by calling for more historical research into the Nazi atrocities.

 

Yashaei, who heads the Tehran Jewish community, described Ahmadinejad's comments as offensive and said Jews were not sent to concentration camps for a "stroll."

 

There are about 30,000 Jews in Iran, which sets aside one parliament seat for a Jewish lawmaker.

 

Ahmadinejad, who leaves office in August, has often denounced Israel and says more non-Western research is needed into the Holocaust.

 

 

 

Ahmadinejad's  Quotes

 

On Democracy:

"All this talk of democracy has made people sick to their stomach."

 

On The Economy:

“In the past two years, I have done wonders for the Iranian economy. Even economists agree that I have been a miracle.”

 

On Foreign Policy:

“Iran's image in the world today is very lovable."

 

On Intellectuals:

"They know less than a baby goat..."

(Huffington post)

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