Yesterday evening BBC World Have Your Say devoted a whole hour to the criticism from Al Qaeda of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, and his belief in 9/11 conspiracy theories.
US 'truth' activist James Fetzer represented the 'truth' movement, a man who in a modern variation on coals to Newcastle, has been busy pushing 9/11 truth in the Muslim world. No one from 9/11 Cultwatch was able to get through to take part in the World Service phone-in, but I was able to post several comments on the Facebook page, which quickly degenerated into the usual spat between truthers and sceptics. What better way to spend an evening than having someone yell 'nano-thermite' at you?
You can download the podcast of the programme here, and follow some of the comments made about it on the Wall of World Have Your Say. Only at the close of the programme was perhaps the most important issue mentioned regarding 9/11 'truth' theories and their adoption globally - where do they leave the Middle East, and how do they impact on countries going through seismic political change?
I see no evidence truthers are even considering such questions.