The Iranian Embassy to "Palestine" - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Carlo
    • 15.08.10 | 00:54 (IDT)

    If "Palestine" eventually becomes a separate country, it will have diplomatic relations with many countries, some of which are still at war with Israel. Each country will want to have an embassy to "Palestine." Where will these embassies be located? Where will the Iranian Embassy to "Palestine" be located? What is to prevent the Iranian Embassy to "Palestine"from having an embassy staff of 500 people, each with diplomatic immunity (and the possibility of importing weapons, etc.). Is the Israeli government's National Security apparatus thinking about this possibility?

    from the article: Mideast peace needs prophets, not yes-men
    First published 16:10 14.08.10 | Last updated 16:10 14.08.10
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