Iran By No Means Will Allow Israel To Establish A Base In The Region / Interests Of Kurdistan Lies In Solving Problems With The Central Government Of Iraq
Iran by no means will allow Israel to establish a base by its border.
As reported by the public relations of Xorasan Seminary, in his class of Dars-e-Xarej of Feqh in A’zam mosque in Qom, Ayatollah Makarem Shirazi pointed to the referendum in Kurdistan of Iraq and addressed the rulers of the region and said: the only group in the world recognizing your referendum was Israel. Of course, America agrees inwardly, but does not express it outwardly. Israel’s support means that they are looking to build a base in our region.
He said: Iran by no means will allow Israel to establish a base by its border.
This marja noted: another neighbor of yours is Turkey. Turkey is very sensitive on Kurdish issues because there are many Kurds in Turkey, and he will not let a Kurdish country be made and Kurds of his country declare independent. This distinguished professor asserted: while there is a large number of problems, you have had a referendum and have not thought of its references. Now you must either back up or stay put and turn into another ruined place.
Ayatollah Makarem Shirazi stated: When getting involved with three strong governments, what can Israel we do for you? Israel failed in Gaza or Lebanon, what can it do for you?
His Holiness said: therefore, it is advisable and expedient to solve your problems with the central government. But, declaring independence and turning into an autonomous country is a dream that shall never be come true, and no wise man will not consider your victory even half a percent probable.
In the end, this marja said: your problems will be solved through negotiation, and the way you have chosen will end in nowhere.
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