Germany’s best-selling paper calls for end of Iran trade to protect Israel
by Benjamin Weinthal
October 2, 2018
In an eye-popping commentary on Monday, Germany’s top-selling paper BILD urged businesses to stop trade with the Islamic Republic of Iran because of its terrorism and the mullah regime’s goal to obliterate the Jewish state. The BILD’s foreign policy editor Julian Röpcke wrote “This Iran cannot at this time be an ally. Neither in the fight against terrorism, nor as as oil supplier or trade partner.” Röpcke, who reports on the Syrian war, termed Iran’s missile launches into Syria as a “message of terror. READ MORE
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