Ahmadinejad to US Leaders: "May the undertaker bury you"

Iran President Ahmadinejad gave a speech Sunday in which he called for U.S. leaders to be "buried" in response to what he calls American threats of military attack against Tehran's nuclear program.  

Using language Iran reserved for hated enemies, Ahmadinejad stated in his speech:

"May the undertaker bury you, your table and your body, which has soiled the world."

He even went as far as to once again question who was behind the September 11th attacks saying that the attacks gave Washington an excuse to take the Middle East's oil.

According to the Associate Press:

Several top U.S. officials including Adm. Mike Mullen, chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff have said in recent months that the military option remains on the table and there is a plan to attack Iran, although a military strike has been described as a bad idea.
...Ahmadinejad often resorts to provocative statements to lash out enemies. He has already compared the power of Iran's enemies to a "mosquito," saying Iran deals with the West over its nuclear activities from a position of power and he has likened the United States to a "farm animal trapped in a quagmire" in Afghanistan.
Iran also condemned the latest U.S. sanctions slapped on eight Iranian officials Wednesday, saying they show American interference in Tehran's domestic affairs.
Washington this week imposed travel and financial sanctions on the eight Iranians, accusing them of taking part in human rights abuses during the turmoil following Iran's June 2009 presidential election.

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