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Submitted by B.N.Gururaj (India), Jun 12, 2009 at 22:57

Ahmrdinejad, due to his extreme conservatism had roused apprehensions and hostility in the minds of rest of the countries, who had generally been looking at Iran suspiciously after the mullah rule of eighties and nineties. But, then to the credit of Ahmedinejad, it must be said that he has not yet conducted himself iresponsibly like another Idi Amin or Saddam Hussain. I have also recently read that he has some excellent personal qualities and is forthright and above board in his conduct. As you have concluded, in-the-face Ahmedinejad is better than another crafty leader whom one would have to study and understand all over again.

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