Ahmadinejad to throw rocks at Israeli border

Iranian president plans to speak at Second Lebanon War battle sites, makes time in Lebanon visit for stone-throwing.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
September 28, 2010 12:45
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is interview

Ahmadinejad Pinstripes 311. (photo credit: Associated Press)

 
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Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad plans to throw a rock at Israel to demonstrate his hatred on his planned trip to Lebanon, London-based paper Al-Quds al Arabi reported on Tuesday.

Ahmadinejad plans to meet with Lebanese President Michel Suleiman, as well as other Lebanese officials, on October 13. During the two-day visit, the Iranian president will participate in events near the Israeli border.

One event is the inauguration of a garden in southern Lebanon, during which Ahmadinejad plans to throw the rock, Al-Quds reported.

Another event is the establishment of an Iranian center in the village of Maron A-Ras, where there IDF soldiers fought in the Second Lebanon War.


Ahmadinejad is expected to discuss Israeli-Palestinian peace talks in a speech in Bint-Jbil, another battle site.

Hizbullah operatives are reportedly providing security for the Iranian president on his trip to Lebanon.

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