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He added: "Our dear Imam [Ayatollah Khomeini] said the occupying regime must be wiped off the map.
Critics of the Iranian leader - led by those in Israel and the US - claim that Ahmadi-Nejad's comments that Israel should be wiped off the map is tantamount to conspiring to commit genocide, and that his nuclear programme is designed specifically for creating the nuclear capabilities to do so.
Iran does not recognise Israel, which is often described by officials in Tehran as a "fake regime" and President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has provoked international outrage saying it should be wiped off the map.
US government accusations or the claims of the Mujahideen-e-Khalq, an Iranian-dissident group classified by the State Department as terrorist, without having to go to the footnotes), the work is still occasionally marred by such inaccuracies as the claim that President Ahmadinejad has argued that Israel "must be wiped off the map of the world," a mistranslation of Ahmadinejad's call for a change of political regime in Israel/Palestine.
He was put in charge, but found himself out of work when they, too, were wiped off the map by the Welsh Rugby Union's decision to close them down.
LIVERPOOL looks set to be wiped off the map - or at least the Monopoly board.
We are being totally ignored, wiped off the map as a community.
Internationally, Ahmadinejad is known as a hard-line demagogue who has angered most of the world by saying Israel should be wiped off the map, by hosting an international conference of Holocaust deniers, and most of all, by pressing ahead with Iran's suspected nuclear-weapons program in defiance of the United Nations and most Western countries.
This greater Birmingham may seem appealing to the Birmingham business community, but it will be a death sentence to Coventry, which will be wiped off the map.
The president of Iran wants Israel to be wiped off the map.
The repeated threat of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadi-Nejad that Israel would be wiped off the map is not mere rhetoric.
Its leaders have declared that Israel should be wiped off the map.