Contrary to what the mullahs broadcast, there’s a “strong pattern of pro-Israel sentiment in Iran”

SPECTATOR UK
Iran doesn’t hate Israel
by Jake Wallis Simons
February 27, 2021

…Shortly after the assassination of Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh near Tehran last year, two banners appeared on a prominent bridge nearby. The first was a handmade sign saying, ‘thank you Mossad’. The second was an Israeli flag. This was more than a stunt by a small number of near-suicidal activists. It represented a strong pattern of pro-Israel sentiment in the country. If you search Farsi social media in the aftermath of any Israeli attack on Iranian forces in Syria, you’ll find an outpouring of jubilation. If you visit key sites in Iran, where Israeli flags have been painted on the floor to be trampled, you will see passers-by carefully avoiding them…READ

TABLET MAG The Magic of Tahdig Jews and Muslims love the Iranian rice dish in equal measure. Could the food be a kickoff to long-lasting peace?…“It’s fried food and fried food is celebration food,” said chef and cookbook author Louisa Shafia, whose mother is an Ashkenazi Jew who grew up in Philadelphia and whose father is an Iranian Muslim. “People just get happy when they have crunchy carbs because they hit our systems like sugar and give us a burst of energy”

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