(CNN) -- Iran's supreme leader said Friday the Islamic republic isn't seeking and doesn't believe in pursuing nuclear bombs.
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei made the remarks a day after a draft report from the U.N. nuclear watchdog said Iran may be working secretly to develop a nuclear warhead for a missile.My, what a big schnozz you have there, Ayatollah. Why, it's positively Durante-esque.
"Iran will not get emotional in its response to these nonsensical statements, because we have often said that our religious tenets and beliefs consider these kinds of weapons of mass destruction to be symbols of genocide and are, therefore, forbidden and considered to be haram (religiously banned)," he said.
"This is why we do not believe in atomic bombs and weapons and do not seek them."...
Update: Here's a photo of A-jad inspecting a nuclear plant where uranium is not being enriched so he can come through on his promise of a world sans Zionism.