Thursday, November 03, 2005

How far along radical road can Iran's president go?

TEHRAN (Reuters) - Iran's new President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad appears determined to pursue a radical agenda -- but analysts ask whether he will be allowed to stay on a path that risks paralysis of the state and confrontation with the West.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I think everybody knew this already. The Muslims want the Jewish people out of the middle east no matter what compremises they are willing to make. I don't think they should have ever given up the GAZA strip because it doesn't really matter. Both the Muslims and the Jewish people consider that holy land so their will be no compremise.

Iran was always the real problem and the US went to war with Iraq just to "strengthen" the economy with a short "reganomics" war. George Bush Jr. is no Ronald Regan.

The US has stretched itself with the Iraq war and I doubt any other nation will help us so they will most likely bring back the draft and I'm not going.