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    • Persian Kitty
    • 22.11.07 | 01:22 (IST)

    Like I said, my argument was PURELY regarding the FARMERS. However, I did do a shallow/quick research to figure if there were any Israeli products reaching the Iranian consumer. While I came up with no luck, I could not rule out "thrid-party" exchanges-like the pistachios that get to Israel via Turkey which requires further investigation, just like someone pointed out, there are flowers being distributed thruout the ME thru third parties(ie Holland). Nevertheless, if there were any products reaching the Iranian consumers, I SERIOUSLY doubt that the Iranians would have a problem consuming them. As I mentioned to Josh before,if you ask any ordinary person on the streets of Tehran, they'd tell you they have no problem w/Israeli people. And that's why I mentioned in my post that my opinion was regardless the political motivations of all of our govts. Supporting the livelihood of ordinary farmers anywhere should not be a subject of political perspectives. PERIOD.

    from the article: U.S. demands Israel crack down on illegal Iranian pistachio imports
    First published 00:00 21.11.07 | Last updated 00:00 21.11.07
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