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  • How does everyone feel about Israel?

    I feel that it's a threat to the Iranian nation and that Iran must be fully capable of defending itself. While I am, like the majority of Iranians, not a supporter of the Islamic Republic, I would never want Iran to be a slave of the west like in the late Shah's time either.

    As for the Jеwish people, I have absolutely nothing against them, they are human beings just like everyone else.

    Sadly some of them don't feel the same way when it comes to Palestinians
    I'm an Iranian-Azerbaijani (I am not Turkic, I am Iranic), who loves the world!

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    Re: How does everyone feel about Israel?

    It's a see-saw, one side does one thing bad, the other side retaliates. Both have to learn to live together or else there will never be peace. Though I've enjoyed watching the anti-Turkish protests in Israel, and maybe their lobby will begin to support Armenian lobby in US for Genocide Recognition. Hopefully, Turkey will keep up having bad relations with Israel.
    Մեկ Ազգ, Մեկ Մշակույթ
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    "Western Assimilation is the greatest threat to the Armenian nation since the Armenian Genocide."

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      Re: How does everyone feel about Israel?

      There are many parallels between Jews and Armenians. However, where we differ is that Jews got the brains and Armenians got the balls.
      Achkerov kute.

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        Re: How does everyone feel about Israel?

        Originally posted by Anonymouse View Post
        There are many parallels between Jews and Armenians. However, where we differ is that Jews got the brains and Armenians got the balls.
        I'm not sure how to reply to this.
        I'm an Iranian-Azerbaijani (I am not Turkic, I am Iranic), who loves the world!

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        • #5
          Re: How does everyone feel about Israel?

          -Both have large diasporas
          -Both have suffered genocides
          -Both homelands are small in size and often threatened by bigger neighbours
          -Both are relatively entrepreneurial
          -Successful in foreign countries
          -Patriotism tied with protecting homeland

          Yes there are quite a few similarities...
          Մեկ Ազգ, Մեկ Մշակույթ
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          "Western Assimilation is the greatest threat to the Armenian nation since the Armenian Genocide."

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            Re: How does everyone feel about Israel?

            Originally posted by Mos View Post
            -Both have large diasporas
            -Both have suffered genocides
            -Both homelands are small in size and often threatened by bigger neighbours
            -Both are relatively entrepreneurial
            -Successful in foreign countries
            -Patriotism tied with protecting homeland

            Yes there are quite a few similarities...
            Yeah, go associate with some xxxs, see how "brotherly" they are

            Just a tip for you, the average Iranian knows about the Armenian genocide, the average xxx doesn't even know where Armenia is
            I'm an Iranian-Azerbaijani (I am not Turkic, I am Iranic), who loves the world!

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              Re: How does everyone feel about Israel?

              what's wrong with xxxs? Don't be anti-Semitic now...
              Մեկ Ազգ, Մեկ Մշակույթ
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                Re: How does everyone feel about Israel?

                I have some Israeli friends, and they are very receptive to Armenians, and disagree with the fact that their government has not recognized the Genocide yet. They are also rather anti-Turkish. Government policy doesn't always reflect the people's opinion. In Saudi Arabia, the government is rather pro-West, but the people are very anti-West.
                Մեկ Ազգ, Մեկ Մշակույթ
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                "Western Assimilation is the greatest threat to the Armenian nation since the Armenian Genocide."

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                  Re: How does everyone feel about Israel?

                  Originally posted by Mos View Post
                  what's wrong with xxxs? Don't be anti-Semitic now...
                  I have some Israeli friends, and they are very receptive to Armenians, and disagree with the fact that their government has not recognized the Genocide yet. They are also rather anti-Turkish. Government policy doesn't always reflect the people's opinion. In Saudi Arabia, the government is rather pro-West, but the people are very anti-West.
                  What was "anti-Semitic" in what he said? That term has to be the most misused and abused term in the history of mankind. If Azar had said "Dutch" instead of "J3w", nobody would've called Azar an "anti-Dutch". Are you sure your friends are Israeli or are they just J3ws? Two different things. We all have friends of every nationality that agree with us Armenians. Armenians have good J3wish friends in the likes of Yair Auron, Norman Finkelstein, Franz Werfel, Sarah Aaronsohn etc But the reality is, the people who represent those same J3ws who recognise the AG are all pro-Turkish genocide deniers and this goes beyond the state of Israel and right into the J3wish-American lobbies.
                  Azerbaboon: 9.000 Google hits and counting!

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                  • #10
                    Re: How does everyone feel about Israel?

                    I could sense anti-Semitism in his tone "go associate with some J-ews".

                    No, my friends are Israeli, I know very well the difference, between the Israelis and just regular J-ews. Israeli and Turkey have had strategic alliance for some time now (unfortunately) and thus the lobbying groups which support Israel have followed state policy and supporting Turkish lobbying groups. But again government policy is never a good indicator of the views of the people, which is not pro-Turkish. Plus, with the cooling of relations the xxxish lobbys don't want to support Turks any more and Israel has become much more anti-Turkish. Just comes to show that the relationship between the two countries isn't that strong...
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