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Columbia professors plan to visit Iran to apologize to Ahmadinejad

Posted in Uncategorized by Patrick Truax on January 15, 2008

NEW YORK (MNA) – An academic delegation of Columbia University professors and deans of faculties plans to visit Tehran to officially apologize to Iranian President Mahmud Ahmadinejad.
The delegation plans to express regret for the insulting remarks Columbia University President Lee Bollinger directed at Ahmadinejad on September 24 in his introductory speech, the Mehr News Agency correspondent in New York reported.

Since the incident, the deans and professors from the faculties of history, anthropology, Middle Eastern studies, philosophy, and Islamic studies have criticized Bollinger’s behavior toward Ahmadinejad.

A member of the delegation, who requested anonymity, said the main goal of the visit is to meet the Iranian president and officially apologize to him.

“The delegation has also prepared its itinerary,” he noted.

He went on to say that the delegation also plans to visit Iranian universities in various cities and to hold talks with professors and students, and may even sign memoranda of understanding with some universities. He also said the delegation is interested in visiting seminaries and the shrine city of Qom.

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  1. Patrick Truax said, on January 15, 2008 at 4:30 pm

    The Dean of Columbia, was very harsh in his introduction to Achmanutjob. He is a terrorist bent on descruction of Israel and the West. While Bolliger conceded to the speech , he was not going to laet the former taker of US Diplomats/hostages in a bully pulpit against America. This was a surprising turnaround for those of us who folow politics. As for those profs going o Iran, revoke their passports, and lets see how far their love of diversity, and cultural beliefs play in Qom..

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