Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad arrives in New York shortly to give a presentation at the UN General Assembly. The Islamic Republic is hardly known for its attention to human rights, but these statements by Zionist extremist and Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz are simply insane:
“He is an international war criminal. He has repeatedly violated the anti-genocide convention. He is as guilty as the Rwandans who are convicted and sentenced to years in prison for inciting genocide.”
Worse than the Rwandans? Perhaps he should have also said worse than Hitler, Stalin or Mao. Let’s get real. Ahmadinejad is President of a country that routinely violates human rights, but there are no gas chambers, machete-wielding maniacs or concentration camps within Iran. Besides, Iran hasn’t invaded numerous countries and killed hundreds of thousands of civilians, like the US in Iraq.
The real agenda here is to increase the pressure on the Bush administration to bomb Iran back to the stone age. In the name of freedom, of course.