Holocaust Denier Iranian President Ahmadinejad and Venezuela's Marxist Leader Chavez will be in NYC the week of September 24, confirms United Nations officials.
On October 26, 2005 Fascist Ahmadinejad gave a speech in Tehran entitled World Without Zionism and said that Israel "must be wiped off the map."
In February representatives of American Christian denominations met with the Holocaust Denier resulting in a call from church leaders, for the United States and Iran to engage in open dialogue. In a joint statement by the National Council of Churches they said, "We traveled to the Islamic Republic of Iran...believing it is possible to build bridges of understanding between our two countries."
In Mennonite Life (December 2006, Vol. 61 No. 4) Tom Finger, who authored A Contemporary Anabaptist Theology claimed, "...Ahmadinejad talks far more like a preacher than a head of state...I heard Ahmadinejad explain his views in his own words...and never heard him deny the Holocaust...as for wiping Israel off the map, I think he means wiping the name Israel off literal maps..."
On September 05, I wrote here ADL: No Nuclear Iran, a list of quotes from Ahmadinehad himself, for example on June 03, 2007 the fascist leader of Iran said, "With God's help, the countdown button for the destruction of the Zionist regime has been pushed by the hands of the children of Lebanon and Palestine...By God's will we will witness the destruction of this regime in the near future."
On June 16, 2006 Ahmadinejad said, "...I think we have sufficiently talked about this matter and these Holocaust events need to be further investigated by independent and impartial parties."
While the Christian church leaders have convinced themselves that Ahmadinejad is their partner in peace, Ahmadinejad has instead said, "...Islam must prepare to rule the world...we must believe in the fact that Islam is not confined to geographical boarders, ethnic groups and nations. It's a universal ideology that leads the world to justice." (Iran Leader: Islam to Rule the World--World Net Daily, January 10, 2006)