Report: Ahmadinejad sends letter to pope

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May 18, 2006 19:10

 
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Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad intended on sending a letter to Pope Benedictus XVI, according to a Thursday report by a Teheran newspaper. The editor of the newspaper, who is considered a close associate of the nation's spiritual leader Eli Haminai, refused to provide details on the contents of the letter. Ahmadinejad also sent a letter to US President George W. Bush one month ago, Army Radio reported.

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