Iran Marks Revolution Anniversary With Soaring, Defiant Rhetoric (+Video) -- Christian Science Monitor
On the 34th anniversary today of the Iranian revolution, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad rejected Western pressure to negotiate over Iran's nuclear program 'at the point of a gun.'
Iran marked the 34th anniversary of its Islamic revolution today with mass rallies, nuclear defiance, and anti-Western proclamations that it is defeating all "treacherous enemies."
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad rejected Western pressure to negotiate over Iran's nuclear program "at the point of a gun." His words echoed a rejection of bilateral US-Iran talks made last week by Iran's supreme religious leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
"You should remove this gun pointed at the Iranian nation, [then] I myself will negotiate with you," Mr. Ahmadinejad told flag-waving crowds at Azadi (Freedom) Square in Tehran, amid occasional chants of "Death to America! Death to Israel!"
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My Comment: Wow .... 34 years of this crap. Thank God I do not live in Iran.