But His Letter Seemed So Friendly

I begin to think this Abombnjihad guy might be two-faced. We received such a nice card from him for the holidays...and now this:
I want you to know that the Iranian nation has humiliated you many times, and it will humiliate you in future.
Hey, maybe this is the time to confirm what you already know: the Middle East stinks. Literally. I'm sure it's just coincidence WaTi ran these two stories on one page in the front section this ayem.
Jordan Beefs Over Stench In Israel:
King Abdullah II has complained of bovine odors coming from the Israeli side of the frontier along the countries' shared southern border, Israel's environment minister said yesterday. Speaking to Israel Radio, Gideon Ezra said the smells, from a livestock quarantine facility, were blown across the frontier toward the king's palace in Aqaba, on the Red Sea next to the Israeli town of Eilat. Jordanian officials contacted Israel last week and requested that the odors be neutralized, Mr. Ezra said.
And: Satire Surrounds Iran's President:
For millions of Iranians, humor is proving the perfect way to let off steam, and jokes focusing on Mr. Ahmadinejad's purported lack of personal hygiene have begun to proliferate via text messages and e-mails.

But it's not so much the president as his regime that stinks:
rumor has it that Mr. Ahmadinejad took umbrage recently at a joke claiming that he needed to shower more often. The gag was brought to his attention, not via Iran's formidable secret intelligence services, but in a misdirected text message. In response, he is said to have lodged an official complaint with the judiciary. According to Rooz Online, a pro-reformist Web site, a senior official with the country's mobile phone network was fired and several others arrested and accused of being foreign spies.