Persia picks up 'Zero problems'
Polistra recently made a heartfelt plea
to Arab and Muslim nations: Stop giving Israel what it needs.
It appears that the new president of Persia has been thinking along the same lines.
Ahmadinejad made big waves and big speeches to satisfy a macho impulse, which caused Israel [or more precisely Israel's "America" brand] to prepare for war. Now Rouhani is talking quietly and sensibly,
thus removing Bibi's handy scapegoat. He's explicitly following
the Turkish 'zero problems'
Good work, Rouhani!
Labels: Turkey, Zero Problems