The President Of Iran Calls The 9/11 Attacks Suspicious:
TEHRAN, Iran — Iran's hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad cast doubt Wednesday over the U.S. version of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, calling it a pretext used to invade Afghanistan and Iraq.
Though Iran has condemned the Al Qaeda attacks on New York and Washington in the past, this was the third time in a week Ahmadinejad questioned the death toll, who was behind the attacks and how it happened.
"Four or five years ago, a suspicious event occurred in New York. A building collapsed and they said that 3,000 people had been killed but never published their names," Ahmadinejad told Iranians in the holy city of Qom.
Congratulations Jesse Ventura, you have some company in your 9/11 conspiracy club. This isn't the first time Ahmadinejad has cast doubt on the official 9/11 story. Hell, this isn't the first time he's cast doubt on a well documented massacre. Ahmadinejad doesn't believe the U.S. was attacked on 9/11, he doesn't believe the holocaust ever occurred and he doesn't believe that Israel has the right to exist. By the way, Ahmadinejad, here's a list of the 9/11 victim's names.