Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Iranian Jew 'ready to help injured Gazans'

 As often happens when there is conflict involving Israel, Iran's Jewish community is once again under pressure to show where its loyalties lie. Samiak Morsadeq, the token representative in the Iranian Majlis, but also a doctor, is ready to use his skills to help Gazans, reports Fars News Agency.
TEHRAN (FNA)- A senior Iranian Jewish legislator who is also a skilled surgeon underlined his readiness to go to Gaza to help the Palestinians injured during the recent Israeli regime's aggression on the Gaza Strip.

"I am ready to provide service for the injured people in Gaza as a surgeon and use all my expertise and special capabilities to provide service for the Resistance," Representative of the Jewish minority at the Iranian Parliament Siamak Marreh Sedq told FNA on Monday.

"The Iranian Jews like all free and monotheist people of the world condemn the genocide in Gaza and voice hatred for it," he added.

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Iranian Jews condemn Israel in Gaza

Gaza or Ghana?


Yoram said...


Anonymous said...

when in an Iranian or other Arab country, do we have any other choice to seem loyal to the country and protect our families?
I myself remember giving an interview to American reporters saying that "Yes, Nasser was good for the country"
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