Iran threatens to quit Kazakh interfaith summit due to Peres presence Staff
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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