Khamenei: Kurdish referendum creates a new Israel in the ME

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei told Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan Wednesday that with the Kurdish referendum, the US and other cross-regional powers are “creating a new Israel in the Middle East.” He urged an agreement between Iran and Turkey for dealing the issue and “facing all problems in the Islamic world from Eastern Asia and Myanmar to North Africa.” Erdogan was on a one-day state visit to Tehran with a large entourage.

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4 thoughts on “Khamenei: Kurdish referendum creates a new Israel in the ME

  • Oct 5, 2017 @ 13:23 at 13:23

    That is no bad thing for Israel and the west.
    Other countries will do all they can to stop a Kurdish republic. Israel should make no excuses and
    offer all help possible for the Kurds to have their long awaited and promised homeland

  • Oct 5, 2017 @ 16:11 at 16:11

    This is the viewpoint of imperialism. How about the countries in that region? West; is bringing democracy to the savage Horraa!
    You have the rights, power to rule the poor countries in the region.
    You can kill, de-power the elected or once elected rulers in the region to create turbulence like you did for Libya, Iraq, Syria, Yemen.
    You can create new islam groups to gain power in goverment like you did in Iraq. Or you can plan coup to send a mad hodja to Turkey like Khomani of Iran.
    You can create and feed mad islamist groups like Isis to look like fighting them.
    The whole world is yours to rule, others are not worth considering.

    • Oct 5, 2017 @ 16:14 at 16:14

      I would love to get an invitation to Khamenei’s funeral.

  • Oct 5, 2017 @ 17:50 at 17:50

    As a Kurd I did not think to be that much close with Israel, but now, I totally changed my mind. If when we set up independent Kurdistan it will be the closest ally to Israel even more than USA!


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