NCRI – The German Foreign Ministry said on Friday it had summoned mullahs’ ambassador to protest against suggestions by Ahmadinejad that the Holocaust might not have happened and that Israel should be moved to Europe.
Ministry spokesman Martin Jaeger said at a government news conference the decision to deliver a formal protest to mullahs’ envoy in Berlin was meant to show that Berlin was taking the Ahmadinejad’s comments very seriously.
"We have summoned the Iranian ambassador," Jaeger told reporters. "When one summons an ambassador, then you signal the start of something in diplomacy, that there are grounds for serious discussion."
Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, condemned Ahmadinejad’s latest comments as “threatening and demagogic” and said: “Such a regime is not worthy of membership in the international community.”