Who Says We Can’t Wear Jeans And Listen To Western Music? People Of Iran Get Back At Netanyahu (Tweets)

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Sameera Ehteram
That Israel and Iran have tense relations is a grave understatement. Recently, however, Tehran has changed its tune from pure belligerence to somewhat diplomatic. Israel, or it’s leader Netanyahu, however, is having none of it. To put it mildly he doesn’t trust Rouhani as far as he can throw him. He called him a wolf in a sheep’s clothing openly at an international forum (UN General Assembly to be precise) and warned the world it would regret trusting it.

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That Israel and Iran have tense relations is a grave understatement. Recently, however, Tehran has changed its tune from pure belligerence to somewhat diplomatic. Israel, or it’s leader Netanyahu, however, is having none of it. To put it mildly he doesn’t trust Rouhani as far as he can throw him. He called him a wolf in a sheep’s clothing openly at an international forum (UN General Assembly to be precise) and warned the world it would regret trusting it.

Netanyahu apparently slipped a bit during an interview recently when he commented, "I think if the Iranian people had freedom, they would wear jeans, listen to Western music, and have free elections."

That statement drew a barbed reaction from Iran where, though women are required to cover their hair and wear loose clothing in public, jeans are not forbidden at all and though Western music is illegal, but people find ways to enjoy it every day.

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To put the it mildly, the people of Iran have taken offense at the comments and they are making a point to let the Israeli premier just how wrong he is!

Here are some of the reactions:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Did we mention they were just a few of them?

We do have a feeling though that this isn’t the end of it. Benjamin Netanyahu’s extreme distrust of his rival counterpart runs deep and he refuses to trust the roaring lion that has all of a sudden started chirping songs of possible peace.

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Yes, the sudden change of tune from Iran is suspicious and it pays to be a bit skeptical, but Netanyahu just might end up being the bad guy in the entire situation if he is not careful.

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