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Obama: Full of Hatred Ahmadinejad Statement

U.S. President Barack Obama also said Ahmadinejad's statement can not be forgiven.

In a speech in front of the court of the United Nations (UN), Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said the United States is the mastermind behind the September 11 attacks of 2011.

Suddenly, the speech made by U.S. President Barack Obama is inflamed and said that Ahmadinejad's statement can not be forgiven.

"Ahmadinejad's speech is very offensive and full of hate," Obama said in an interview with BBC Persian, Friday, September 24, 2010, as quoted by the news station CNN.

Ahmadinejad said in a statement the UN wanted to establish a fact-finding committee to investigate the incidents of 9/11.

He said that some people in the U.S. government masterminded the attack is to raise the declining U.S. economy. In addition, such incidents as an excuse to further suppress the Middle East for the sake of the Zionist regime.

"He (Ahmadinejad) even made the statement here, in Manhattan, which is only slightly from ground zero," he said.

Moreover, people of different beliefs and ethnic saw the incident as a tragedy is heartbreaking. "The statement that the release can not be condoned," said Obama.

Obama said that Ahmadinejad's statement contradicts the sympathy given by the people of Iran shortly after the events of 9/11.

"This once again shows the difference, how the leadership of Iran and this regime works. I think, mostly Iranians, that mutual respect and appreciate, also think about this issue," said Obama.

Agree with Obama, a spokesman for the U.S. mission to the UN, Mark Komblau, said Ahmadinejad's speech out of context it should be.

"Instead of representing the aspirations and expectations of citizens of Iran, Ahmadinejad once again raised the conspiracy theory and the stigma of vicious anti-Semitic who say that they (Jews) disgusting and like to fantasize," said Komblau.

As a result of this statement, the U.S. delegation immediately walk out of the courtroom during the middle of a speech Ahmadinejad. Followed by a delegation of the European Union countries, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and Costa Rica.