Ahmadinejad says nuclear swap deal one-time offer
07-Jun-2010 (one comment)

(Reuters) - The nuclear fuel swap deal reached between Iran and Turkey and Brazil last month was an opportunity that will not be repeated, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Tuesday.

Ahmadinejad's comments were aimed at the international community, with a vote to impose tougher sanctions on Tehran looming at the U.N. Security Council.

"We hope and still hope they will be able to use this opportunity, but we say this opportunity will not be repeated," he told a news conference in Istanbul, where he was attending a regional summit.

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"If they think that by using machines guns you can stop an aid convoy, hundreds of aid convoys will soon sail through the waters to be harbingers of peace," Ahmadinejad.

If the reactionary and brutal pseudo-democratic militaristic government collapsed in Israel because their neighbors "rolled up their sleeves and refused to fight", it wouldn't be a bad thing.

If the walls came down and the blockade ended because the people of the world decided to come to the aid of those brutalized Gazans and Palestinians by joining together in a Humanitarian Crusade to overcome the evils of the Occupation, it would not be a bad thing.

In an irony of ironies, this Muslim-initiated Crusade for Children would probably be supported by the Pope in Rome!