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'The wave of the Islamic revolution will soon reach the entire world.' 

Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad told the Majlis that his recent comments regarding the destruction of Israel were the impetus to 'to awaken the Muslims who are in a state of lethargy'.  Even more disturbing is what Mr. Ahmadinejad revealed to a meeting of Tehran students regarding his recent Holocaust—denying statements:

"Some in Iran and abroad thought that we were making these speeches without a specific plan and policy, but we have been pursuing a specific strategy in this regard." 

"The wave [that these speeches created] has a lot of supporters among young people in the Muslim world and it will continue to move forward."

Eric Scwappach  1 03 05

'The wave of the Islamic revolution will soon reach the entire world.' 

Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad told the Majlis that his recent comments regarding the destruction of Israel were the impetus to 'to awaken the Muslims who are in a state of lethargy'.  Even more disturbing is what Mr. Ahmadinejad revealed to a meeting of Tehran students regarding his recent Holocaust—denying statements:

"Some in Iran and abroad thought that we were making these speeches without a specific plan and policy, but we have been pursuing a specific strategy in this regard." 

"The wave [that these speeches created] has a lot of supporters among young people in the Muslim world and it will continue to move forward."

Eric Scwappach  1 03 05