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Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

  1. Ahmadinejad Was a Good Sport When the Secret Service Almost Killed HimAccidentally, with a shotgun.
  2. Someone Threw a Shoe at Mahmoud AhmadinejadHe missed.
  3. Ahmadinejad’s Cameraman Decides He’d Like to Stay in the U.S.It must be the Payless shoes.
  4. Iranian News Agency Mistakes Onion’s Ahmadinejad Prank for Real NewsIran’s offensive leader is not, in fact, more popular than Obama among rural whites.
  5. shoes of world leaders
    Ahmadinejad’s Posse Hit Payless ShoeSourceDodging the discount shoe sanctions against Iran.
  6. Ahmadinejad Bored With Nuke Talk, Would Rather Discuss His ‘New World Order’Unsurprisingly, Israel won’t be included.
  7. Ahmadinejad Condemns Extremism, Says U.S. Armed Forces Encourage ItSome of the behaviors of the U.S. in our region encourages extremism.”
  8. Occupy Wall Street Not Meeting With AhmadinejadAn Iranian media report is inaccurate, according to protesters.
  9. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Arrives in New York for the UN General AssemblyAnd receives a touching welcome from the Post.
  10. rock paper scissors
    Watch a Bunch of Very Famous People Unknowingly Play Rock, Paper, ScissorsWho knew the Pope was so dextrous?
  11. New Santorum Ad Superimposes Faces of Obama, AhmadinejadApocalyptic imagery, sad kids, and bizarre jump cuts. 
  12. Ahmadinejad and Hugo Chavez Joke About Pointing Weapons at WashingtonTwo U.S.-loathing presidents unite for laughs about their access to an atomic bomb.
  13. Today in Ballsy Shoe-ThrowingSomeone chucked his shoes at Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
  14. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Really Knows How to Clear a RoomHis speech prompted a mass walkout at the U.N. today.
  15. Another Delay in American Hikers’ ReleaseIranian judge on vacation.
  16. Iran on American Hikers: We’ll Release Them, But on Second Thought No We Won’t, Oh Wait, Maybe We Will After AllBack-and-forth fate of hikers reveals infighting in Iran.
  17. Ahmadinejad Says Iran Will Release American HikersShane Bauer and Joshua Fattal have been held in Iran since 2009 on spying charges.
  18. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Is Friends With WizardsThis is illegal, for some reason.
  19. And Now Iran’s Getting Involved, TooIran’s opposition wants to hold a rally in solidarity with the Egyptians.
  20. U.S. Not Invited to Tour Iran’s Nuclear FacilitiesSnubbed.
  21. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Got Man-Slapped Across the FaceBest WikiLeaks cable yet?
  22. After Thirteen Months in an Iranian Prison, Sarah Shourd Has ‘No Animosity’ Toward AhmadinejadAlso: She’s engaged!
  23. U.S. Delegation Walks Out on Ahmadinejad During U.N. SpeechIt was the whole ‘9/11 was an inside job’ thing.
  24. Ahmadinejad at the U.N.: ‘Discriminatory Order of Capitalism ... Facing Defeat’At least that’s what we think he said.
  25. What Does It Take to Keep Ahmadinejad Safe? Grenade LaunchersMachine guns with grenade launchers, bulletproof glass, 30 NYPD cops, and a Secret Service detail.
  26. Iranian President Ahmadinejad Is in New YorkAnd asking for the release of Iranians held in the U.S.
  27. Castro Has a Message for Ahmadinejad About the JewsI don’t think anyone has been slandered more than the Jews. I would say much more than the Muslims.”
  28. Was That an Assassination Attempt or Are You Just Happy to See Me?Someone targeted Mahmoud Ahmadinejad today.
  29. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Lashes Out Against the Psychic OctopusHe did not find Octopus Paul cute, apparently.
  30. Ahmadinejad: New Sanctions Are Like ‘a Used Hankerchief’U.N. Security Council approves them by 12–2 vote.
  31. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Is Being a Sassy Wise-AssHe says Bin Laden is probably in Washington, hardy har.
  32. Ahmadinejad Speech Too Powerful for Some Members to Handle the Whole ThingUnited States and others walk out.
  33. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to Wow the United Nations Once Again TodayThe crazy Iranian leader is giving a speech at the nonproliferation summit.
  34. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Is the Latest Celebrity TrutherThe September 11 incident was a big fabrication.”
  35. Diane Sawyer Hosted the News Last NightAnd it was good!
  36. sharia style
    Iran’s Morals Police Crack Down on Sacrilegiously Sexy MannequinsFake plastic girls subject to real religious laws.
  37. Obama to U.N. on Climate Change: ‘Our Generation’s Response to This Challenge Will Be Judged by History’Obama kicks off his big week at the U.N.
  38. Ahmadinejad Snubbed by Helmsley HotelThe Iranian president has been banned from the banquet halls there.
  39. Ahmadinejad, Unimpressed at Hillary’s Recent Speech, Talks Really ToughHe will “strike us in the face so hard we will lose our way home.”
  40. delicious journeys
    Brüno Has His Eye on Ahmadinejad“I love his look - ‘taxi driver chic’ - but he would look even cuter if he broke it up vit some splashes of colour.”
  41. Surprise: Iran Concludes Election Was Totally LegitimateGuess that solves that mystery.
  42. Ahmadinejad Thought Obama Was Better Than ThatObama, it seems, has gone too far.
  43. Obama Gets Slightly Tougher on IranSatisfied, McCain?
  44. Ahmadinejad Gives His Own Response to Obama’s Middle East VisitIsrael uses the “big deception of the Holocaust” to sway allies in the West, the president of Iran argued.
  45. Clinton, Iran Edging Closer to ContactWait, remember when there were political tangles that didn’t involve the economy?
  46. Prepare Your Angry Introduction: Ahmadinejad Is Coming Back to New YorkHe’s coming to attend the U.N. General Assembly, but it’s not too late to invite him to speak elsewhere. He may even invite you back to Iran with him!
  47. Obama’s Iraq Trip: Political Quagmire?John McCain is making hay of Barack Obama not having been to Iraq since 2006, when the Democrat made his only visit. (Can you blame him? It’s last on our list of places to go.)
  48. Duncan Hunter Just Can’t Let Ahmadinejad Thing GoCalifornia state representative Duncan Hunter was on Fox last night, and he’s still got his knickers all in a twist about Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s visit to Columbia last week. Late last week, he introduced legislation that proposes cutting Columbia’s access to federal funding (the university received $458 million in ‘05) in order to punish them for hosting an adversary of America. Basically, Hunter postulates that Ahmadinejad’s appearance at Columbia, and the attention surrounding it — the discussion, the blogs, the numerous tabloid covers — might have given the wee Iranian Heidi Montag Disease, the recently identified condition in which a minor character is plucked from obscurity and elevated by a bored and restless culture to a level of fame far greater than their original stature ever warranted. Except, you know, Hunter doesn’t exactly mention the condition by name (maybe because Heidi is a constituent?) Anyway! Hunter’s bill does not, unfortunately, call for an end to The Hills.
  49. Tony Bennett Marries Down … in AgeRenée Zellweger bought an employee at Saks Fifth Avenue in Southampton a pair of Manolos the two had been eyeing together. Top Chef gay-bashing victim Josie Smith-Malave spoke at a fund-raiser for potential mayoral candidate and current city comptroller William Thompson. Kaz Bayati, the owner of Persian eatery Persepolis, claims his quote in support of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in AM New York was taken out of context. Anna Anisimova finds it strange that people care how much money she spends on Hamptons rentals. British Foreign Secretary David Miliband has scheduled a meeting with Angelia Jolie to discuss “global diplomacy,” and he’ll write about it on his blog. Tony Bennett officially ended his marriage to Sandra Grant Bennett and married the younger Susan Crow, though Grant is still bitter she didn’t marry Joe DiMaggio instead.
  50. Lee Bollinger Is Having the Best Week Ever Only just yesterday morning, Columbia University president Lee Bollinger was about as popular as Alger Hiss during the Red Scare. His decision to invite Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to speak during the annual World Leaders Forum was criticized everywhere: In newspaper editorials, by presidential hopefuls, not to mention all the students and protesters who hung around Morningside Heights, handing out flyers saying things like, “Bollinger, too bad bin Laden is not available.” But since he laid his verbal smackdown on Ahmadinejad, boy has he bounced back! Immediately after the debate ended yesterday afternoon, Columbia’s student newspaper, the Spectator reported the university was being “flooded with calls to congratulate Columbia on the Ahmadinejad invitation … talk about a change of heart.” Seriously! It continued this morning.
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