TODAY – Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Monday disregarded a U.N. warning to avoid incendiary rhetoric and declared ahead of the annual General Assembly session that Israel has no roots in the Middle East and would be “eliminated.”


Dear Mayor Bloomberg,

Yet again, your city will be hosting Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Dictator of Iran, one of the most evil men on earth. Just a peek at his portfolio: Ahmadinejad has crushed his people and opponents, kept Americans hostage in 1979, and promises to wipe Israel off the map. His actions and his words speak volumes about his intentions to build and use nukes. He sends guns, ammo, land mines, missiles, money and bombs to Hamas, Hizbollah, and those killing American soldiers in Iraq. He is a murderous madman like Hitler, Stalin, and Mao.

To repeat, this man is not a future Hitler, he is a wannabe Hitler, who is making good on his promises. He flaunts international law by calling for the destruction of another state. He brutally represses his own people by thuggery, murder, and domestic spying. He is threatening to start a nuclear arms race in the middle-east, let alone the specter of him providing one of those bombs to a terror group. He is supporting the murderous Syrian regime during the current civil war.

Imagine the suffering that could have been avoided if anyone of them had been apprehended, tried and sentenced before they were allowed to institute their evil plans?

Do the right thing— and the world will thank you. It will raise your profile and your moral standing. It will be a mitzvah.

The world wants this madman off the streets.

Your sincerely,

The Undersigned

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Rabbi Yonah


    • It would be a shame if something were to…happen to him…while he's in the United States. I mean, New York's a dangerous place. People die there every day. You know, they get mugged. Or they get hit by a car. Or, you know, they lose their balance and fall out the window of the Warwick Hotel, conveniently located across the street from the Museum of Modern Art. I mean, theoretically, he could fall out his window, be shot on the way down, robbed, and run over by a car. You know, stuff happens.

  • To compare this fool to Hitler is insulting to the memory of those killed during the War. He is just a puppet of the regime in Tehran and to demonize him for the nonsense he spouts is ridiculous. The whole point of the U.N. is for people who do not agree to meet and talk and one has to put up with fools and people you don't agree with.