On Israels right to exist - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Iranian Commentator
    • 14.12.12 | 08:49 (IST)

    First and foremost, I have to start by saying that Iran clearly has its fair share of Liebermans and Netenyahus in positions of power. But on Israel's right to exist, even the Supreme Leader (a Liebermanesk) has stated that " If Palestinians via a free referendum agree to a settlement Iran will back the will of the people of Palestine". Most Muslims accept Israel so long as it isn't killing Muslims on a daily basis. You have a right to exist, we agree. I recall a time when Jews and Muslims lived in peace side by side, your greatest theologians discussed issues with our greatest theologians and you have a right to live in peace, so live in peace! The time when Israel dictated its will based on the power of arms is over, accept it, negotiate and lets make a better world together.

    from the article: We'll be to blame for 'Bieberman'
    First published 04:30 14.12.12 | Last updated 04:30 14.12.12
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