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Letter from Iran's president to Pres. Bush : May 15, 2006

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Section 1: On George W. Bush

Section 2: On Israel

Section 3: On America in the World

Section 4: On Iraq and its Cost

Section 5: On Common Monotheism

Section 6: On Serving God

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's letter to President Bush offering "new ways" to resolve the international dispute over Iran's nuclear program, while brushed off by the White House, has achieved one clear result: more positive press coverage than he has ever gotten.

With Western powers unable to reach agreement about a United Nations Security Council resolution on Iran's nuclear program, online commentators says Ahmadinejad's 18-page letter promotes the idea that Iran is open to compromise at a time when the rest of the world is divided.

The letter, the first written communication between the leaders of the two countries in 27 years, criticizes Bush for the invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq, detainee abuse in U.S.-run facilities in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and Iraq's Abu Ghraib prison, and for his support of Israel.

Source: Reuters & Washington Post translations

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