U.S. government after the attacks of September 11, Ahmadinejad says

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Mahmoud Ahmadinejad President of Iran, caused fresh outrage on Thursday when he said most people think the U.S. government was behind the September 11, invited delegations American, British and many European countries the UN to withdraw.

In a speech to the UN General Assembly, Ahmadinejad said he is most U.S. government officials believed that a "powerful and complex terrorist group" was behind the suicide hijackings of four in 2001.

Another theory says he was "certain segments within the U.S. government orchestrated the attack, the U.S. economy to topple into the decline and its hold on the Middle East, the Zionist regime will be saved."

"The majority of the American people and most nations and politicians in the world would agree with this view," Ahmadinejad, the 192-nation assembly.

A third theory, he said, was a terrorist group exploited and, aided by the Americans to carry out attacks against New York and the Pentagon that killed nearly 3,000 lives.

It was the first time the leader of Iran issued his conspiracy theories in New York, where he visited at the annual meeting of the UN during the six-year presidency. The U.S. and European leaders left in the previous speeches of Ahmadinejad at the UN because of the anti-American and anti-Israeli comments.

"Rather than the aspirations and the willingness of the Iranian people," said Mark Kornblau, a spokesman for the U.S. mission to the UN, "Mr Ahmadinejad has again chosen to spout conspiracy theories and vile anti-Semitic insults, hateful, and delusional as they are predictable. "

The comments highlight the difficulties the U.S. government and its allies face as they try to persuade the Iranians to talks on its nuclear program, now in four rounds of UN sanctions issue is to begin. U.S. officials have spoken of encouraging signs this week of Iranian officials, but Mr. Ahmadinejad's defiant bring the seriousness of these signals in question.

The leader of Iran has also spoken of threats to burn the Koran by a small American church in Florida, the anniversary of September 11 to watch. Although the burning of the church has not taken place, there were a few instances of imitation in the pages of the Muslim holy book was burned.

Swinging a copy of the Koran and the Bible, Ahmadinejad said that Iran respected both books and religions.Daily Telegraph

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