Friday, September 08, 2006

Tolerance and sensitivity for the so-called 'reformer'...

Cox & Forkum link Former Iranian President Mohammad Khatami spoke at Washington National Cathedral Thursday, Sept. 7, 2006 in Washington. (Photo)

He defended Ahmadinejad, as well as Iran's nuke plans.

Bill O'Reilly's talking points last night hit it on the head.. Here's the video: speak of the devil. Also from the show...
Human Rights observer Felice Gaer, who co-authored the article in the Washington Post, backed up her contention that Khatami is a villain.
"If he's a reformer, he should be calling on the clerics in his own country to respect religious freedom. It's ironic that this man is being asked to speak about different faiths when he oppressed those faiths in his own country. Religious minorities suffered imprisonment, harassment, and even death."

The Peoples Cube link
The Factor denounced Khatami and his supporters in the US media. "Iran is a theocracy that oppresses religions it doesn't like, which is all religions except for Islam. I don't get why the US left-wing media has a tendency to prop up people like this."

More video coverage on the former Iranian President Khatami from FoxNews... here's Hannity & Colmes, and Brit Hume.

Khatami: "Why should The West not trust Iran?":

Reformer? Maybe in words, but not actions. "We love Hezbollah"

More fun coming on September 19 at the U.N. Ahmadinejad is feeling his oats.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has urged the West to turn to God's path, saying failure to do so would tempt fate.
Nuke-seeking Holocaust-denying arch-terrorist to address UN. Game-on.

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