The main British editorials happen to agree that Ahmadinejad has scored points
in this latest naval round. I find their take on it all rather disappointing.
With over 650,000 innocents dead as a direct result of the invasion of Iraq and
a war against Iran looming on the horizon, it is about time British columnists
stopped telling us about tactical gains and losses. Instead they should once
and for all be endorsing a humanist and ethical discourse that is grounded on
The battle between Ahmadinejad and Blair is not a political or diplomatic one,
it is not about points. It is actually a clash between civilizations, but more
than that, it seems to be a fight between humanism and cold pragmatism. As it
emerges, in this battle, it is Ahmadinejad rather than Blair who reminds us
where goodness rests. Seemingly, a man who has been repeatedly presented to us
by our deluded Western media as a radical, fundamentalist and
Islamofascist has proved beyond doubt that he is actually the one who knows
what forgiveness and grace are all about. It was Ahmadinejad who has pardoned
the enemy, it was Ahmadinejad that evoked some prospects of a peaceful future.
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