Facts regarding Ahmadinejads visit to Iraq

by Rendd

1- His visit was announced month ahead unlike Bush’s visits that are top secret.

2- His visit has been the first visit after fall of Saddam that was regarded with full official reception, no head of state even Bush was treated that way.

3- Ahmadinejad’s motorcade took the most notoriously violent road from Baghdad airport where even ordinary visitors prefer to take a helicopter ride for the security reasons.

4- I hold my breath until his safe return to Tehran.

5- Read more here: //www.reuters.com/article/latestCrisis/idUSL0...


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by Daiushagha (not verified) on

First of all, We all know that Iran's regime is A Terrorist State, We are Know what a bloodthirsty group they are.

Ahmadi is also part of the terrorist organizations called Islamic Republic..

Any person kissing their ass is a traitor to our home land Called Iran. That all must be called ,Iran, Iran is not part of them terrorist state.


Rendd,what an intersting name !!!

by Kazem (not verified) on

Your name being RENDD, explains your origin of a supporter of a "Rendd"!!!!
Marg bar Jomhoriyeh Ertejai!!!!

You can hold your breath as long as you want, your time is running out!!


Dear AnonymousX25

by Rendd on

"Mahmoud Ahmadinejad lacks the most basic requirement of political office, the ability to speak publicly in diplomatic and concensus-building ways". I think we all know how Bush administration treated Khatami. He was the master of diplomatic and concensus-building ways. 

"He has made Iran the laughing stock of the world". Does the world you mentioned include Africa, Asia, and South America?  

"I hope history will also tell that he didn't succeed". That's a loaded statement meaning you are biased. So this is beyond my comprehension. I try to represent the facts. 



Sorry it didn't display them well. So here you go again

by Rendd on

Form 5 stages of grief:

1- Denial: 1978 before the revolution


2-Anger: Iran-Iraq war


3- Bargaining: Iran-Contra affair


4- Depression: Sanctioning Iran


I think it is about the time for the last satge:





by AnonymousX25 (not verified) on

Dear Rendd:

Thank you for the clarification. I value the chance at civilized discourse offered through Iranian.com.

What constitutes a win and shows a winner to you? Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is hardly a winner at anything. He is not an intelligent man by any stretch of the imagination. Very typical in his inadequate experience and ability, he is the perfect example of a member of the Islamic Republic's management team over the past 30 years, mediocre at best, but never qualified to fill the position he occupies, in office through mafia-type relations and large-scale cheating in elections.

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad lacks the most basic requirement of political office, the ability to speak publicly in diplomatic and concensus-building ways. He has brought shame and degredation to Iran throuh his backwards ways of thinking and arrogance. He continues to bring a bad light to Irand and people of Iran, urging the world to threaten and degrade Iranians further.

He has made Iran the laughing stock of the world, bringing strong language against Iran, hovering threats of military strikes against it, and sanctions which are slowly strangulating the Iranian economy and Iranian people.

You sound like an intelligent person Rendd Jan. Do you seriously feel a sense of pride at this clown's representing the loving people of Iran? He is an egomaniac who continues to destroy Iranian people's reputation, lives, and hopes.

History will judge who the winner of this situation is. History will judge fairly and completely, telling us in time all the things we don't know today. I am sure it will be clear then, as is somewhat evident now, that this man attempted to destroy Iran. I hope history will also tell that he didn't succeed.



by Jamaleto (not verified) on

If anyone dares to even treat an Iranian official in a wrong way has to deal with a lot of shit! Don't mess with the rising power of the region (As XerXes has mentioned)


Zendeh baad

by XerXes (not verified) on

Zendeh baad Ghodrat e dar haale roshd mantaghe, keshvareh bozorge Iran



by Rendd on

With respect to arresting him what would any thing be different if he was for example in New York City? Or you just wish they could arrest him. That's a different story.

Form 5 stages of grief:

1- denial: 1978 before the revolution2-Anger: Iran-Iraq war3- Bargaining: Iran-Contra affair4- Depression: Sanctioning IranI think it is about the time for the last satge:




by DARIUSHAGHA (not verified) on



Dear AnonymousX25,

by Rendd on

My message does not hold any opinion or emotion. They are simple facts. It's up to you how to translate them.

It was significant to me because of three reasons:

1- US as main player should have the upper hand but Ahmadinejad's trip tells a different story.

2- Ahmadinejad's trip might be a show but it is a very dangerous one that even Bush didn't dare to play.

3- Despite of constant world medias' diversion of the reality, it seems Ahmadinejad is a very intelligent man. Either way , safe or unsafe, he is the winner as they have always said, " We are the victors whether we win or lose". 


So, what's your point?

by AnonymousX25 (not verified) on

Are you afraid some harm might come to Ahmadinejad? Or are you talking about the significance of the event? It's hard to tell.

Sorry, but your post is inadequate in conveying a point. I am glad you could create a post about something which obviously means something to you, even though I don't get it. However, I wonder why JJ would promote it to a "featured blog." Are there no minimum standards here?

Please do some homework and spend more than 5 minutes to write your next post, so we know at least what you are trying to say. The people who have already posted comments for your post, as you can see, are people who just need some space to say whatever they want, regardless of the contents of the post, so their comments don't really show that your point has come across!

Please help elevate the quality of dialogue by spending more time on your future posts.


To: Rendd, Faribors Maleknasri & other IRI Supporters

by Anti-Akhoond (not verified) on

Your days are numbered, fellas! Down with Ahmaghi-Nejad and other British puppets!


As the Iranian Saying goes, " Chaghoo Dasteh Kodesho..

by Dasteh Chaghoo (not verified) on

Nemiboreh!?" Ahmadinejed well in advance instructed his thug terrorists in Iraq to quiet down and not to shoot at him!? That's why he was able to roam around Baghdad in one piece. Bush on the other hand has been on the right side fighting the evil terrorists. So, of course, he must be visit Iraq without prior knowledge!?

Do you understand the difference, you stupid bacheh akhoond?


Facts regarding Ahmadinejads visit to Iraq

by Faribors Maleknasri M.D. (not verified) on

'Enemy against Iran-Iraq alliance'

The Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has said that the thought of seeing Iran and Iraq's cordial relations petrifies the enemy.

President Ahmadinejad said many have struggled to strain the two neighboring countries' deep ties, however their efforts have proved futile as even the history of the 1980s imposed war could not sever the two nation's relations.

The Iranian President said it is only natural for Iran and Iraq to be allies and added that the Iranian nation would stand by the Iraqi nation's side as the progress and security of Iraq is to Iran's benefit.

In a joint press conference with the Iraqi President Jalal Talabani, Ahmadinejad said his visit had opened a new page in the two countries' relations.

“We have the same mindset toward different issues and are determined to strengthen our political, economic and cultural co-operation," said Ahmadinejad.

President Talabani for his part described Ahmadinejad's visit as 'historic' and expressed hope that this visit would encourage the leaders of other countries to visit the war-battered country.

He added that with the help of natural allies such as the Islamic Republic of Iran, Iraq would definitely succeed in retaining its sovereignty.

President Ahmadinejad's two-day visit to Iraq, the first of its kind by an Iranian head of state after the Islamic Revolution, is aimed at boosting economic and political relations between the two Muslim neighbors.
Facts regarding Ahmadinejads visit to Iraq:According to diplomats, the Iranians urged the US to invade Afghanistan as soon as possible and to install a government to oppose the Taleban. And the united States of America could not refuse and invaded Afghanistan just to prevent the Invasion of the ISLAMIC REPUBLIC of IRAN in the USA. A very nice jock, what? Greeting


A’jad finds it in Baghdad.

by Anonymousxaq (not verified) on

A’jad finds it in Baghdad.

“A visit to Iraq without the dictator is a truly happy one,” he said, referring to Saddam, Iran’s arch-foe who was deposed in a U.S.-led invasion in 2003 and executed by the Iraqi government in December 2006.

Reuters tucks the irony between the lines, but I have to take this to mean Ahmadinejad is a fan of regime change and the use of force by the United States to deal with regional menaces in the Middle East. More irony:


Iraqis Protest Ahmadinejad's Visit- Blame Iran For Terror Attacks



Mahmoud Ahmadinejad arrived

by anti-bs (not verified) on

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad arrived in Iraq on Sunday for a two-day visit - the first such trip by an Iranian president.

Although he was invited by Iraqi President Jalal Talabani, it is a controversial and potentially divisive state visit, as well as a security challenge.

Many Sunni Arabs find it deeply objectionable that Iraqi hospitality is being offered to a man they suspect of covertly helping to finance and arm Shia militia groups.

Those groups have killed hundreds of Iraqis in gruesome attacks that often involve torture with electric drills.

One Sunni tribal leader believes the Iranian president is coming here "to organise more terrorist operations in Iraq".

Iranian instructor

The United States also believes Iran has helped Shia groups in Iraq - especially helping develop "shaped" or "explosively penetrating" rounds.

Iran regards the US as an occupation force in Iraq, and considers resistance to be legitimate

These are chillingly effective roadside bombs that launch molten metal when they are detonated; the force of the explosion propels the molten rounds at such high speed that they can penetrate military armour.

And just a day before the Iranian presidential visit, the US military said they had captured a man they described as a sniper instructor "trained in Iran".

They said he was also an expert in the design and use of those penetrating rounds.

But Iran regards the US as an occupation force in Iraq, and considers resistance to be legitimate.

Before leaving for Iraq, Mr Ahmadinejad laughed off American accusations of Iranian interference.

"Is it not funny that those with 160,000 forces in Iraq accuse us of interference?" he asked.

Careful arrangements

The president's visit is a complex security challenge.

Baghdad International Airport, where he arrived, is directly alongside the mostly American military airbase - and the Americans control the airspace.

However, it was thought an Iraqi air traffic controller would be on duty for the Iranian presidential plane.

The US military believes Iran has backed Shia militants

Visiting dignitaries usually head straight from Baghdad airport to the fortified Green Zone - in an American helicopter.

The BBC understands that the Iranian president was not offered this facility and a car journey along the seven-kilometre airport road into the city was the likeliest option.

Traffic on this road has often been ambushed and attacked - and along much of its length there is only a light fence.

Ironic 'allies'

The president will also avoid the Green Zone, as to gain access to this area - home to the huge American Embassy and numerous Iraqi government offices - vehicles are required to stop at US checkpoints.

And few American troops would want to wave through a man many in the US believe was one of the students who kidnapped American diplomats in Teheran for 444 days soon after the fall of the Shah in 1979.

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad denies he was involved.

There are also paradoxes associated with this visit.

Despite decades of bad blood, Iran is a potential US ally - against al-Qaeda and the Taleban in Afghanistan.

Shia Iran has little in common with the fundamentalist Wahhabists of the Taleban and al-Qaeda.

Enlightened self-interest

After the attacks on New York and Washington in September 2001, Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said he was "repulsed" by the loss of civilian lives.

During the following fortnight there were several meetings in Geneva between Iranian and US officials.

According to diplomats, the Iranians urged the US to invade Afghanistan as soon as possible and to install a government to oppose the Taleban.

Tehran also promised $500m for the reconstruction of Afghanistan.