Peres lectured the forum, "Together with all the Arab leaders, we can realize your vision, our vision and the vision of all the leaders and all believers in our shared god of peace and justice."I don't know if Peres is a man of violence, but he is absolutely not a religious leader.
Iranian delegates stormed out of the conference hall as Peres began to deliver his speech, and returned only after he finished speaking.
"Peres is not a religious leader; he is a man of violence," one of the Iranian delegates said. (YNET)
Maybe the Iranians weren't that unjustified in their reaction (see what happens when you mix religion and politics?)
Wherever I am, my blog turns towards Eretz Yisrael טובה הארץ מאד מאד
It's irrelevant whether Shimon Peres is a religious leader or not. What matters is the Iranian intent to disrespect (or worse) Israel and Jews.
I despise Shimon Peres.... the Pulsa D'Nurah would have been too good a fate for the wretch. Still, the Iranians have revealed how they viewed Jews and Israel. And that should not go unanswered.
How about Sarkozy asking that Lieberman be replaced??
Sarkozeeee's Shameless French Folies Bergere
I guess Liberman is too principled for Sarkozy
What the world need is mutual understanding and divine guidance.
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