Saturday, March 03, 2007

Iran president meets Saudi to discuss Mideast issues

"Fucked up out there."
"Sure is."

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of Iran met with King Abdullah here in the Saudi capital on Saturday to address the Middle East's growing sectarian and political crises.

Sure everyone's surprised when you add more and more water to the pot and it finally boils over. What's that mean? Not sure. I just love those "boiling over" metaphors.

Ahmadinejad, who arrived in Riyadh in the afternoon, was greeted at the airport by King Abdullah, a rare honor from the aging monarch, and talks began shortly afterward, the official Saudi Press Agency reported.

You think he held one of those signs that said "Mr. Ahmadinejad"?

Later, he was the guest of honor at a state dinner put on by the king and attended by top Saudi officials and dignitaries, and he held further meetings with the king.

Jeez, did they bathe him too? I'm usually happy if someone just says hello.

Without elaboration, Prince Saud al-Faisal, the Saudi foreign minister, told Reuters, "The two parties have agreed to stop any attempt aimed at spreading sectarian strife in the region."

Well in order to stop something, that means you had to start it. Did you guys start attempting to spread sectarian strife in the region? Well did you?


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