IRANIAN PRESIDENT TO VISIT AFGHANISTAN

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Iranian President To Travel To Afghanistan, Central Asia

August 13, 2007 -- Iranian President Mahmud Ahmadinejad is scheduled to visit Kabul on August 14.

Iranian state media say Ahmadinejad is due to meet with his Afghan counterpart, Hamid Karzai, during his one-day visit.

The Iranian president is scheduled to travel on to Turkmenistan and Kyrgyzstan, where he is to attend a summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO).

The SCO summit will takes place in Bishkek on August 16.
 
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I doubt he'll be worried. He's from one of the few nationalities in AFG the US Air Force hasn't bombed.
 
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Don't any of you brits let loose with a stray round or three over there during his visit ::wink:: ::wink:: ::nudge:: ::nudge::
 
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I'm sure he make a world of difference.
 
#7
Perhaps he could bring Arthur Batchelors IPod with him
 
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coax-on said:
Perhaps he could bring Arthur Batchelors IPod with him
Meh... it's already been reverse engineered and marketed as the IranPod... preloaded with approved music of course.
 
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Perhaps he could bring Arthur Batchelors IPod with him
I do believe that the palace goldsmiths have made a diamond encrusted frame for it now attached to the top of the state throne.
Known now as the 'I Peacock Pod' it commemorates Persia's great naval victory over some hapless British tourists who wandered aimlessly across Persia's sea borders and were given a ticket by a crack squad of Iranian sea borne traffic wardens in the year of our Lord 2003.

'The Telly Tubbies Greatest Hits ' is now played from it in the Great Hall on important state occasions.
 
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Since the US claims to believe that Iran funds most of the insurgents in Iraq it must surely believe that he is relatively safe - not likely to get shot by his own terrorists is he.

What does the UK believe?

:study:
 
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goodkurtz said:
Perhaps he could bring Arthur Batchelors IPod with him
I do believe that the palace goldsmiths have made a diamond encrusted frame for it now attached to the top of the state throne.
Known now as the 'I Peacock Pod' it commemorates Persia's great naval victory over some hapless British tourists who wandered aimlessly across Persia's sea borders and were given a ticket by a crack squad of Iranian sea borne traffic wardens in the year of our Lord 2003.

'The Telly Tubbies Greatest Hits ' is now played from it in the Great Hall on important state occasions.
Iranians are responsible for the Tellytubbies? 8O WE MUST ERADICATE THIS THREAT!
 
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Khyros said:
goodkurtz said:
Perhaps he could bring Arthur Batchelors IPod with him
I do believe that the palace goldsmiths have made a diamond encrusted frame for it now attached to the top of the state throne.
Known now as the 'I Peacock Pod' it commemorates Persia's great naval victory over some hapless British tourists who wandered aimlessly across Persia's sea borders and were given a ticket by a crack squad of Iranian sea borne traffic wardens in the year of our Lord 2003.

'The Telly Tubbies Greatest Hits ' is now played from it in the Great Hall on important state occasions.
Iranians are responsible for the Tellytubbies? 8O WE MUST ERADICATE THIS THREAT!
No no, not the Tellytubbies. The copied versions, the Boobahs.
 
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It's a golden opportunity to get some serious facetime with the man outside Iran.

It's not an ideal venue, but it's one that could be used.
 
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PartTimePongo said:
It's a golden opportunity to get some serious facetime with the man outside Iran.

It's not an ideal venue, but it's one that could be used.
What do you mean serious facetime? You fancy nipping over there and telling him to, 'go on and put ya mitts up' then pongo?
 
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Facetime , as in face-to-face time.

Out of the way , away from pressure and media pundits.

They could actually do some talking and get something sorted.
 
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PartTimePongo said:
Facetime , as in face-to-face time.

Out of the way , away from pressure and media pundits.

They could actually do some talking and get something sorted.
Oh yeah, deffo. Don't worry chaps, chin up and all that, you'll all be home by Christmas don't you know.

Alternatively he could just be playing 'nice' for TV while seeking laughing up his sleeve at the long boxes getting carried onto the back of US/UK planes, or am I just a cynic?
 
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What's the bet that the poison dwarf has a hidden agenda. A large amount of his population are suffering heroin addiction. It willbe cease the trade or we'll support the insurgents with arms etc
 

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