Iran’s people are ‘desperate to be rescued’

The Jerusalem Post carries this interesting interview with Menashe Amir of Israel Radio’s Farsi service:

“Officially retired, yet unofficially as busy as ever, Voice of Israel Farsi broadcaster Menashe Amir greets me at the door of his home in a flurry of activity. With Iran the hot topic of the hour, Amir is in high demand these days. Having spent the better part of a century becoming a renowned radio personality in his native land through transmissions from his adopted one (he made aliya in 1959), his daily contact with Iranians who phone in comments to his programs is probably as good a gauge of Iranian public sentiment as you can get.

And his assessment – in a nutshell – is that the people of Iran are desperate to be rescued from the repression of their current regime.”

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