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The reason for the disqualification of Ahmadinejad as a repeat candidate is unclear.
Supreme Leader Ali Khameini opposes the Ahmedinejad candidacy, but he plans to run anyway.
'This ruthless regime continues to deny you your freedom. It prevents thousands of candidates from competing in elections. It steals money from your poor to fund a mass murderer like Assad.'
Ahmadinejad describes the years of “oppression and cruelty by different American governments” against Iran, which merely held 52 Americans hostage for 444 days.
Ready for the big news? George W. Bush doesn't think much of Barack Obama's foreign policy decisions.
If brilliant speeches mean anything, Netanyahu crushed Iran’s nuclear program at the U.N. Tuesday, but he may be tested to back up his statement: “If Israel has to act alone, we will do so.”
Every normal person knows Rohani is a wolf in sheep’s clothing. For the abnormal, (Read: Western diplomats) guess what? He helped plan to kill Jews in Buenos Aires and backed hiding Iran’s nuke program.
The Red Cross, the folks who demand Israel allow jail visits by terrorists’ families but winked when Hamas held Shalit as hostage, honors Palestinian Authority “prisoners” – the ones who kill Jews.
Ahmadinejad almost never misses a chance at wiping the West’s face in the dirt. While diplomats try to convince Iran to give up its unstated goal of a nuclear bomb, it launches two new uranium plants.
Khamenei's decision was designed to avoid a crisis during Iran's election year.
Hezbollah are currently training a 50,000-strong militia to fight the rebels in Syria – with hopes to recruit 50,000 more.
Coalition talks are mixing in Purim traditions to produce the obvious candidates.
The satirical news website, The Onion, published a story on shocking poll results, showing Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad - who is widely viewed with disdain in the U.S - to be more popular than President Barack Obama among rural whites in the U.S. The Iranian FARS News Agency was quick to republish the obviously fake story. When the agency realized its mistakes they claimed that "if a free opinion poll is conducted in the US, a majority of Americans would prefer anyone outside the US political system to President Barack Obama and American statesmen."
Yishai is joined by Baruch Widen to discuss the upcoming arrival of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to the United Nations and how it affects the relationship between Israel and the United States.