You see it a joke when you hear you should stop threatening Iran, but it is the products of your threats - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Julie
    • 28.11.10 | 16:04 (IST)

    For sure we don't welcome it, at least because of the cost that our poor nation should carry for Lebanon, in addition to what currently we bear for Ahmadinejad's adventures. But you need rethinking your strategy too. Iran is not a country alone, it is a civilization which covers the whole region. The ELbanese are old Iranian immigrants who went to this place to protect Iran against room (2000 years ago) and both Iranians and lebanese are aware about. The same is true in all neighbor countries of Iran except Turkey which in other ways see itself connected to Iran.You cannot remove Iran there and Iran cannot remove you. So instead of aggressive strategies, please find some peaceful ways so that we can live together in the Middle East. I think poor Iranians and Lebanons and Isaili need it equally, although their politicians are all brainless aggressors.

    from the article: Iran offers to protect Lebanon and Hezbollah defense needs
    First published 15:40 28.11.10 | Last updated 15:40 28.11.10
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