Iran Jewish MP criticises "anti-human" Israel acts
07-May-2008 (one comment)

TEHRAN (Reuters) - An Iranian Jewish leader on Wednesday said his community would not mark this week's 60th anniversary of the founding of the state of Israel, which he accused of "killing innocent" Palestinians. "We are in complete disagreement with the behaviour of Israel," Siamak Morsadegh, the incoming Jewish member of the Iranian parliament following a March election, told Reuters. "It is not related to us," he said about Thursday's celebrations in Israel to commemorate six decades of statehood. "We are Iranians. We have no relations with Israel."

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Only a fool or gullible would believe him

by Mehdi Mazloom (not verified) on

It is very interesting, particularly to some of those who have lived in both countries, Iran & Israel know it first hand to be forced confession.

This poor soul has no other choice BUT to play to these Mullahs drumbeat, or else.

Just ask the other 120,0000 former Iranian Jews living in Israel and elsewhere around the world for their REAL opinion about this regime's benevolence. It is most likely they will say the exact opposite.