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Submitted by yB (Israel), Nov 16, 2011 at 09:25

Non-Muslim Persia was never the enemy of the Jews. The Shah's Iran was friendly with Israel, both states deriving mutual benefit. Iran, like Turkey, while not under Islamist rule, might relinquish the antisemitic line and resume the alliance with the Jewish State. Its not the persians or the Turks who are the Jew's enemies, but the God of Islam. This is best explained by Son-of Hamas Youseph on numerous u-tube appearances.

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