Iranian leader denies Holocaust
Ahmadinejad's remarks echo other recent statements
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has courted further controversy by explicitly calling the Nazi Holocaust of European Jewry a "myth".
"They have created a myth today that they call the massacre of Jews and they consider it a principle above God, religions and the prophets," he said.
Iran President Calls Israel a 'Tyrannical Regime'
Thursday, May 11, 2006
JAKARTA, Indonesia -- Iran's president on Thursday intensified his attacks against Israel, calling it a "a tyrannical regime that will one day will be destroyed,"
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who has previously said Israel should be wiped off the map,
while Obama embargoes Israel's nuclear program and admits sancvtion on Iran won't work
The U.S. is refusing to admit Israeli nuclear scientists into the country and has created a “de-facto embargo” on equipment needed in the Dimona nuclear reactor, Arutz Sheva reports.
"Some people are not getting visas to the United States for the sole reason that they work at the Dimona reactor," said Zev Alfasi, professor of nuclear engineering at Ben-Gurion University."The U.S. does not sell a single piece of nuclear-related equipment to the Dimona reactor... They sell to the universities, but they refuse to sell equipment to the reactor," he added.