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Reply to "Iran's Nuclear Aspirations"

from the BBC:

Conservatives in control

Israel has become the latest country to express concern over the ultra-conservative mayor of Tehran's election as president.

Deputy Prime Minister Shimon Peres called it "a contest between extremists".

Israel views Iran as its biggest threat, says the BBC's Matthew Price in Jerusalem. Iran disputes the Jewish state's right to exist and when Israel lobbies foreign governments, it is Iran's nuclear programme which tops the agenda rather than other issues closer to home, our correspondent says.

The result of the elections means conservatives are now in control of every elected and unelected institution of government in Iran.

Mr Ahmadinejad, 49, won 62% of the vote in Friday's presidential run-off poll.

He will be Iran's first non-cleric president for 24 years when he takes office in August.

**kinda supports your theory Bro.............
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