Skip to comments.Iranians mock Netanyahu over jeans comment
Posted on 10/07/2013 10:58:37 PM PDT by BlackVeil
Iranians have used social media to mock Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, ... In an interview with BBC Persian TV Mr Netanyahu said that if Iranians were free they would wear blue jeans, and listen to Western music.
Hundreds of Iranians both in Iran and abroad reacted on social media sites.
Many posts showed mainly young Iranians wearing jeans and listening to Western music, some in comic poses.
Others mocked up scenes from ancient Persian history with the protagonists wearing denim. ...
(Excerpt) Read more at bbc.co.uk ...
Fashion wars in the Middle East.
The ones who came here to study under the Shaw sure did!
That’s true, and they see themselves more as european than middle-eastern - and they love BMWs.
They are mad about Beemers. You are correct. And also expensive accessories like prestige luggage - I don’t even know the brands.
Dumb comment but Bibi is right on with his assessments.
He is the only leader in the West speaking the truth. Jeans, shmeans, so what? What counts is that Iran is close to the bomb and Bibi is Churchill in 1938, offering dire warnings while nobody is listening...
Obama may prevent Israel from stopping Iran and that might mean Israel will take a first hit - just as planned by Obama. This is aprt of his Muslim outreach and limp-soft Power concept.
They should have been bombed 3 years ago. Now it may be too late.
Just because the jooos vote for the democrats is no reason to......err what was the question?...*S*
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No kidding he is right. So, whose comment was dumb? You weren’t at all clear about that.
More seriously ... Have the chattering class in Iran figured out that Israel's calculation says NO ISRAELIS WILL DIE but Iran will either be smothered in one large glass parking lot ...
No one chatters more than the chattering classes of Iran. They so much enjoy a controversy like this "blue jeans" comment, that it would be cruel to deprive them of it. I think there was a lot of worry about an Israeli strike back in 2004-2006, but the perceptions are that the threat has receeded. Fears of an immenent war do not seem to be so common now.
lol...u get it yet???