Ahmadinejad: No need for nukes, Israel should be voted away

By JPOST.COM STAFF
September 24, 2012 05:24




Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad told the Washington Post on Sunday that the Israeli-Arab conflict should be resolved by allowing the Palestinians to vote the "Zionist regime" out of existence.

Asked by interviewer David Ignatius to affirm Israel's right to exist, Ahmadinejad said "I think they should allow the people of Palestine in all the territories of Palestine to decide, and whatever they decide, that is what should be done." He added: "This doesn’t need nuclear weapons, missiles rockets or destroying people’s homes."

Related Content
Breaking news
October 24, 2017
Maryland joins nearly half of American states with anti-BDS laws

By MICHAEL WILNER

Israel Weather
  • 13 - 28
    Beer Sheva
    17 - 26
    Tel Aviv - Yafo
  • 14 - 24
    Jerusalem
    17 - 24
    Haifa
  • 20 - 31
    Elat
    18 - 30
    Tiberias