Monday, November 21, 2005

“Israel must be wiped off the map” is an appropriate motto and promotes Imam’s tenets

Iran Press News: Translation by Banafsheh Zand-Bonazzi
Khamnei’s newspaper in an article written on Monday, Nov. 21st both criticized Ahmadinejad for his attempt to reestablish ties with the government of Egypt and praised him for the appropriate comments about “wiping Israel off the map”. READ MORE

“The Imam’s (Khomeini) tenets has obligations and anyone who considers him or herself to be a follower of the ‘line of the Imam’ is bound to those obligations. The Presidents motto is not only appropriate but it is faithful to and promotes the Imam’s tenets, that said, the president should not make any ‘Camp David’ type of attempts to reestablish relations with Cairo just now. If has any ‘talents’ it this administrationshould be in forcing Hosni Mubarak to apologize for signing the dread Camp David accord, then it should be they who should extend themselves for reestablishing political relations.”

On Friday, at the opening sessions of the Iraqi national reconciliation conference, which took place in Cairo, where the foreign minister of the Islamic Republic of Iran was also in attendance, the Egyptian foreign minister made pointed remarks about Tehran’s continued meddling in Iraq affairs and stability.