Ahmadinejad: Zionist regime's life on the decline

By JPOST.COM STAFF
December 12, 2006 20:26

 
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Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Tuesday at the International Conference on 'World Vision on Holocaust' in Tehran that "thanks God the curve of Zionist regime's life is on the decline adding that this is a divine promise and will of world nations," according to the Islamic Republic News Agency. "Those [who have] supported the Zionist regime during their lifetime," said Ahmadinejad, "should be aware that its lifetime will be over and their interests as well as reputation will be endangered. "Just as the ground was prepared to assign such a regime, the Zionist regime will be overthrown by its supporters," he added.

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