Ahmadinejad to make Christmas broadcast on British television

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December 24, 2008 14:01

 
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Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will deliver the annual Christmas broadcast on Britain's Channel 4, a spokeswoman for the TV channel said on Wednesday. In his message, Ahmadinejad says that if Jesus was alive in modern society he would likely fight to reform the world's economic and political systems. Since 1993, the channel has screened a message from a controversial public figure as an alternative to the traditional message broadcast by Queen Elizabeth II.

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