Originally posted by KazetNagorraAnd what is wrong with that?
I'm not sure, since I don't speak Farsi, nor do I know anyone who does. But let's ask "[...] a user run website that features [...] user submitted activism videos, documentaries, journal articles, personal blog posts and daily new artilcles which are all aimed at preventing further globalization and war by the super elite."
Originally posted by sh76What source of info is acceptable to you, the New York Times?
Nothing's "wrong" with it. It just obviously has no independent reliability.
Originally posted by Metal BrainThe headline of your OP used the word "Again." Now we're going back to the 2005 quote. Obviously, the "Again" could not have referred to the original quote.
If we are talking about translations we should discuss all of them that are disputed.
What sources of info would be acceptable to you?
Is the New York Times one of them?
Originally posted by Metal BrainThat website gives me this:
The following article claims that Ahmadinejad did not say Israel when quoted as doing so. How accurate are the translations?
Originally posted by WoodPushEvidence of a conspiracy to silence those who speak Farsi, perhaps.
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Originally posted by sh76http://www.nytimes.com/2005/10/30/weekinreview/30iran.html?pagewanted=all
The headline of your OP used the word "Again." Now we're going back to the 2005 quote. Obviously, the "Again" could not have referred to the original quote.
Go ahead. Try to explain away this most recent quote.
Yes, the NY Times is an acceptable course.