Thursday, May 11, 2006
Ahmadinejad says letter was invitation to Islam
Bos'un comments: Well, Madeline "Not so Bright" you may have showed your ignorance again. IF the following article from IRNA is true, you and the rest of the jackass lefti liberals of the past administration are partly to blame for what is happening in current events today. We will have to see who else weighs in the the letter from President Ahmadinejad to President Bush. Could it be that when, "Emir" Ahmadinejad said that the letter actually contained a clear message of invitation to human beliefs, adding that its response will determine the future that the "Emir" was extending da'wa (invitation to Islam) before he can make jihad against the infidels. From what I understand, if the infidels refuse, then the "Emir" may declare jihad legally according to sha'ria. The letter sounded very arrogant.
The following article was obtained from Islamic Republic News Agency:
President says his letter to President Bush was invitation to Islam
Jakarta, May 11, IRNA - Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said here Thursday that his letter to President George W. Bush did not concern the nuclear dossier, but rather was an invitation to Islam and the prophets culture. He made the above remarks in reply to a reporter while attending press conference on his letter to President Bush in Jakarta in the afternoon of the third day of his stay in Jakarta. "The letter was an invitation to monotheism and justice, which are common to all divine prophets. If the call is responded positively, there will be no more problems to be solved," added the president. For the rest of the article: Ahmadinejad
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