Iran threatens to quit Kazakh interfaith summit due to Peres presence

By JPOST.COM STAFF
July 1, 2009 06:08

Iranian representatives threatened to quit an interfaith conference in Kazakhstan Wednesday after discovering that Israeli President Shimon Peres would be a key speaker at the event. The Iranian delegates said they would leave the event if Peres's participation is not canceled.


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