Iran on Gaza strikes: Israel scared of Third Intifada

By YASSER OKBI
December 25, 2013 16:06

 
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Iran on Wednesday strongly condemned the Israeli strikes in Gaza a day earlier, which led to the death of two Palestinians and claimed that "the activity comes from the Occupation Entity's fear of a Third Intifada."

Iran's Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Marzieh Afkham said: "This is a barbaric attack that comes from desperation and fear of a third Intifada from the Palestinian nation, especially from the Islamic resistance in the West Bank."     

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