Ahmadinejad calls for referendum in 'Palestine' in UN speech

Ahmadinejad calls for re

September 24, 2009 02:51


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Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Wednesday night called for a "free referendum" in "Palestine," during his address to the United Nations General Assembly. He said that such a move would allow "all Palestinians - including Christians, Muslims and Jews" to live together in peace. The Iranian president also claimed that the "brutalities in Gaza have not all been published." "The international community is impatiently waiting for the murderers of the defenseless people of Gaza," he said, in reference to alleged war crimes committed by the IDF during Operation Cast Lead.

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