Politiker Stopp

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad hat jüdische Vorfahren

Published on 05.10.2009 by Zelot
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A photograph of the Iranian president holding up his identity card during elections in March 2008 clearly shows his family has Jewish roots.
A close-up of the document reveals he was previously known as Sabourjian – a Jewish name meaning cloth weaver.

“By making anti-Israeli statements he is trying to shed any suspicions about his Jewish connections. He feels vulnerable in a radical Shia society.”

Links extern:
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad revealed to have Jewish past – Telegraph

IRAN: A Nation Of Bloggers

Published on 08.02.2009 by Zelot
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Postal 3

Published on 15.11.2007 by Zelot
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Konfliktvisualisierung – Naher Osten

Published on 31.07.2006 by Zelot
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Auf information aesthetics sind eine Reihe von Artikel erschienen, die sich mit der visuellen Darstellung des aktuellen Vernichtungskrieges von Israel gegen die Palästinenser und Libanesen beschäftigen.

Sehr einfach, aber sehr interessant finde ich auch dieses Bild. Es zeigt die Länder, die für einen Waffenstillstand sind und welche nicht. So etwas nennt man man auch Kriegstreiber.

Links extern:
mideast conflict infographics – information aesthetics
mid-east network diagram – information aesthetics
middle east ceasefire infographic – information aesthetics
Independent infographic (kottke.org)
conflict event visualization information aesthetics
Analysis and Visualization of Conflict Networks

Spiegel Interview mit Mahmud Ahmadinedschad

Published on 21.07.2006 by Zelot
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Ahmadinejad: No, I have a question for you. What kind of a role did today’s youth play in World War II?

SPIEGEL: None.

Ahmadinejad: Why should they have feelings of guilt toward Zionists?

Ahmadinejad: How can a person who wasn’t even alive at the time be held legally responsible?

Ahmadinejad: Why is such a burden heaped on the German people? The German people of today bear no guilt. Why are the German people not permitted the right to defend themselves? Why are the crimes of one group emphasized so greatly, instead of highlighting the great German cultural heritage? Why should the Germans not have the right to express their opinion freely?

Ahmadinejad: Five million Palestinians have not had a home for 60 years. It is amazing really: You have been paying reparations for the Holocaust for 60 years and will have to keep paying up for another 100 years. Why then is the fate of the Palestinians no issue here?

Ahmadinejad: It’s interesting to note that European nations wanted to allow the shah’s dictatorship the use of nuclear technology. That was a dangerous regime. Yet those nations were willing to supply it with nuclear technology. Ever since the Islamic Republic has existed, however, these powers have been opposed to it. I stress once again, we don’t need any nuclear weapons.

In 1980, it was also the nations of Europe and the United States that encouraged Saddam Hussein to attack us.


SPIEGEL: Mr. President, doesn’t there come a time when one should accept that the world is the way it is and that we must accept the status quo?

Ahmadinejad: I’m wondering why you’re adopting and fanatically defending the stance of the European politicians. You’re a magazine, not a government. Saying that we should accept the world as it is would mean that the winners of World War II would remain the victorious powers for another 1,000 years and that the German people would be humiliated for another 1,000 years. Do you think that is the correct logic?

Ahmadinejad: …
For eight years, the Western countries provided arms to Saddam in the war against us, including chemical weapons, and gave him political support. We were against Saddam and suffered severely because of him, so we’re happy that he has been toppled.

Ahmadinejad: This is very interesting: The Americans occupy the country, kill people, sell the oil and when they have lost, they blame others.

Ahmadinejad: …
They should not use Sept. 11 as an excuse to launch a military attack against the Middle East. They should take those who are responsible for the attacks to court. We’re not opposed to that; we condemned the attacks. We condemn any attack against innocent people.

Links extern:
SPIEGEL Interview with Iran’s President Ahmadinejad: “We Are Determined” – International – SPIEGEL ONLINE – News