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Ahmadinejad's Christmas Message: Jesus Would Oppose Warmongers, Occupiers, Terrorists

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Ahmadinejad's Christmas Message: Jesus Would Oppose Warmongers, Occupiers, Terrorists and Bullies

In a Christmas message to be broadcast to the British public on Channel 4 in competition with the Queen's Christmas message, the Iranian President has claimed that Christ would oppose terrorists, occupiers, and warmongers if he were on earth.

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad went on to say that the teachings of the prophets were given by God so humans could be happy and that they hold the solutions to the problems facing the global community today.

"If Christ was on Earth today undoubtedly he would fight against the tyrannical policies of prevailing global economic and political systems, as he did in his lifetime," said Ahmadinejad.

Source: www.upi.com

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Maybe, but considering he lived under ROMAN OCCUPATION, and said little more than: Render unto Ceasar, what is Ceasar's...I suspect Ahmadinejad is, as usual, a know-it-all of absolutely nothing.

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Jesus Would Oppose Warmongers, Occupiers, Terrorists and Bullies

So basically he would oppose Iran.

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Since I couldn't find the story in the link. I guess I will take your word for it that these things were even said.

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non christian knows more about jesus than majority of american christians

in other news the sky is blue

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So basically he would oppose Iran.

How many nations has Iran invaded? Is Iran's "warmongering" that much different from Israels? Yes, they do support what we call "terrorists' but the US has done the same over the years when the ends justified it. As far as bullies go, have not seen Iraq bully any other nations.

Iran has enough wrong with it to have to make up crap about it. From what I have seen, I will agree with the idea that this clown knows more about Christianity than the average American "Christian".

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How many nations has Iran invaded? Is Iran's "warmongering" that much different from Israels? Yes, they do support what we call "terrorists' but the US has done the same over the years when the ends justified it. As far as bullies go, have not seen Iraq bully any other nations.

Iran has enough wrong with it to have to make up crap about it. From what I have seen, I will agree with the idea that this clown knows more about Christianity than the average American "Christian".

Their weapons have been injuring and killing our soldiers for the last few years. For God's sake, think about these things before you defend them.

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Jesus would also oppose capitalism

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