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Wife of abducted soldier blames Ahmadinejad for kidnapping

Posted by Atilla89 on September 28, 2007

Now everyone know that Hezbollah is connected to Syria and Iran. It’s no secret that member’s of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard went to Lebanon to form this organisation in an effort to fight Israel during the Lebanon Civil War. As well as this, it should be an easy consensus for anyone who knows about this organisation that it is a terrorist organisation. Hezbollah in 2006 captured Ehud Goldwasser and haven’t given him back (even though that was required by the UN Resolution put into place at the war’s conclusion). Now here is where it gets interesting, Ahmadinejad has recently came to America for talks in universities and in the UN. Now at the UN conference he met some one who had a very important question for him. Hat tip goes to LGF.

From Ynetnews:

“During the questions we made eye contact, we looked at each other more than once. The look on his face changed the moment he realized who was facing him and what I wanted from him,” Karnit Goldwasser, wife of kidnapped soldier Ehud Goldwasser, said after her meeting with Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in New York.

Goldwasser managed to enter Ahmadinejad’s press conference at the United Nations building in New York on Tuesday, and told Ynet that the she was surprised by the treatment the Iranian leader received upon his arrival.

Goldwasser said she was not afraid to present the president with her question, and asked him, “Hello, my name is Karnit, the wife of Ehud Goldwasser, the soldier who has been held captive for over a year. Since you are the man that is behind the kidnapping due to the aid you grant Hizbullah, why don’t you allow the Red Cross to visit the two soldiers?” she asked.

The president ignored the question.

From Haaretz

Goldwasser told Army Radio on Wednesday that Ahmadinejad was clearly caught off guard. “He was pretty surprised to find me there,” she said. “The distance between us was about two meters.

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