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French FM: Iran to Blame for Gaza War

French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius outraged Tehran by placing the onus of “heavy responsibility” for the recent war between Israel and Gaza terrorists on Iran.

Fabius told France Culture radio on Wednesday that “there are long-range weapons up to 75 kilometers (45 miles) and these are Iranian weapons. Iran bears a heavy responsibility,” and called the Iranian government “extremely dangerous for world peace”, noting that Iran’s presence is felt in Lebanon, Syria, Iraq and Gaza “and each time with very negative intentions”.

Iran said Israel bears sole responsibility for the war in Gaza, and should be tried for “war crimes”, while the Palestinians should be provided with arms.

About the Author: Malkah Fleisher is a graduate of Cardozo Law School in New York City. She is an editor/staff writer at JewishPress.com and co-hosts a weekly Israeli FM radio show. Malkah lives with her husband and two children on the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem.


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5 Responses to “French FM: Iran to Blame for Gaza War”

  1. Okoro Leo C says:

    At least Hamas is counting their gain or loss by now.

  2. I love how the terrorists declare a victory. Their leaders are dead. Their offices are rubble. Their infrastructure is badly damaged.Their weaponry is decimated. Yeah, they won. They said it: They love death more than the Israelis love life. Well, they got what they wanted. If they are the total lunatics I take them for, they will soon want more "victories."

  3. Jim Fisher says:

    All they have to do is survive and keep breeding like cockroaches by 2020 there will be more Palestinians then Jews, then they can just vote themselves into power or the world will scream "apartheid".

  4. Roc Diaz says:

    don't worry, we as israelis know all about iran and their bs. when the time comes. well lets just say that we have long memories and there will be an opptunity at some point for payback.

  5. Roc Diaz says:

    their victory is that they messed with the big boys and are still around to brag about it. but at some point soon that just might, G-d willing, come to an abrupt end. even if hammas continues it wont be in israel, (gaza)

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