From UN Watch
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad systematically denies one genocide while actively seeking another: repeatedly denying the Holocaust, repeatedly threatening to eliminate Israel, and madly pursuing nuclear weapons. All this stands in contempt of the basic principles of the United Nations and warrants Iran's expulsion from the world body. Write to the President of the General Assembly urging him to take action against Ahmadinehad's Iran.
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It’s time to tell Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad that his promotion of hatred and destruction—his repeated denial of the Holocaust, his explicit incitement to eliminate Israel, his mad pursuit of nuclear weapons in defiance of the international community—carries a price. A government that systematically denies one genocide while actively seeking another stands in contempt of the principles of the United Nations.
The UN was founded on basic rules. One of them is that a member state that “persistently violates” the principles of the UN Charter can be expelled. By threatening to destroy a fellow member state, Ahmadinejad’s Iran violates Article 2 of the Charter—and mocks everything the UN claims to stand for.
The General Assembly should rescind the membership of Iran.
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