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Aug 27, 2020
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British-Arab Researcher Amjad Taha: Iran – Not Israel – Is Responsible For The Deaths Of 4 Million Arabs, Including Lebanese, Iraqis, Yemenis

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Source: Russia Today TV (Russia)

Amjad Taha, a regional director at the British Center for Studies and Research (BMCSR), said in an August 27, 2020 interview on Russia Today TV that Iran, not Israel, is responsible for creating militias that have killed Lebanese, Iraqi, and Yemeni people. He said that it is responsible for the death of 4 million Arabs. Taha added that Iran has made alliances with the militias in the Gaza Strip and that Qasem Soleimani was a terrorist. He stated: “Even viruses evolve, but the peddlers of the [Palestinian] cause do not.”

Amjad Taha: "He talked about [Israel] being the enemy… Israel did not plant a bomb next to the Kaaba, nor did it target Mecca with missiles. Israel did not create militias that kill Lebanese, Iraqis, and Yemenis. The Palestinians were the ones who described… Do not interrupt me, as I do not interrupt you. Some Palestinians are those who described Qasem Soleimani – who killed Syrians, Iraqis, and others – as the "Martyr of Jerusalem.' They see this terrorist as the 'Martyr of Jerusalem.' Iran, which has killed more than four million Arabs, is today the one that has made an alliance with the militias in Gaza. Let us be honest and say that even viruses evolve, but the peddlers of the [Palestinian] cause do not. They have nothing to offer except for curses and recklessness."

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