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President Ahmadinejad and Jewish Rabbis in New York - 24 September 2007

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad meets leaders of Neturei Karta International ( an anti-Zionist Jewish group on Monday, September 24, 2007, at the start of a visit to New York for the U.N. General Assembly meeting

"9/11 was an inside job": Full speech by Ahmadinejad at UN - Posted 23 Sep, 2010

Iran's president sparked a mass walk-out by US delegates after telling a UN summit that most people believe the American government was behind the 9/11 attacks. At September 2011, his belief aligns with 80% of Americans and the majority of international politicians and many governments. Western propaganda and prejudice aside, the Iranian leader's proven intellectual prowess, courage and boldness endears him to growing western audiences including American university intellectuals. The truth was there for those westerners who had an ear to hear.

Prof. John Mearsheimer on Iran, USA and Ahmadinejad

A conversation with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad coinciding with his visit and talk at Columbia University- 24 September, 2007

The western media continues to act as an arm of government power and influence, as is shown in this interview example flavoured with U.S. - Western propaganda and disrespect. There is also the clash of eastern vs western mindsets and cultural differences. Contrary to propaganda Ahmadinejad has won the respect of many in the west, the U.S., Jews and Israeli citizens.
We are waiting patiently for an interview posing the same questions to the U.S. President and his Presidency for balance.

Ahmadinejad On Obama - 26 May, 2011

Ahmadinejad: Osama Bin Laden Is Bush's partner

The majority of Americans are aware of the fact that Bin Laden was a CIA backed operative whom the US Regan administration funded and supported to help defeat the Soviets in Afghanistan. He and his supporters were hero freedom fighters. Ahmadinejad was having a joke about Bin Laden in Washington, but it seemed lost to the interviewer. His interview should have been with President Obama.