Exiled Iranian prince urges Israel not to attack

“Don’t bomb Teheran, but rather support the opposition”.

The prince of Persia wants his kingdom back. Regardless if Israel will face a nuclear Holocaust.

These are the words of Prince Reza Pahlavi. He is the exiled son of the late Iranian leader, Shah Reza Pahlavi.

The Iranian prince gave his public statement to Israel’s Channel 10 TV on Monday.

Reza Pahlavi underline that a military attack on the Islamic Republic’s renegade nuclear program would help the regime in Teheran more than hurt it.

But Israel could help topple that regime and usher in a better future for both countries by assisting the domestic opposition.

“The best thing you can do for the regime is to tell that ‘we are going to attack you,’ or in fact attack you,” he said.

“You will be giving Khamenei and all his clique, when they have no answers anymore to the country’s ills, the greatest gift of all by doing that. That is just crazy. That just doesn’t make sense. The best option is to utilize the best army in the world in place ready to strike, which is the Iranian people themselves. And if you don’t help that, God help us all.”

Source: ICEJ.org

My comment:

I cant help thinking that the exiled prince of Persia wants his empire back. Not bombed.

He could care care less about the Jewish people, and the possibility of another Holocaust.

Israel must not listen to this powerless leader, who have hardly any support in Iran. His father was a notorious dictator, who tortured Iranians. The Shah of Iran has to take much of the blame for the Islamic Revolution. If He had ruled with justice, there might not have been a totalitarian dictatorship in Tehran today.

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