Diary Of An Iranian Teacher
جمعه 28 اسفند‌ماه سال 1383
 I agree with many of your criticisms of this book. Clearly, it has some anti-arab biases. However, let me hasten to remind you that whenI asked why you insisted that Iranians are not Arabs, you made many of the same points that Leon Uris did!! Beyond this, I would point to the fact
that much of the Arab world is still in the dark ages (economics, science, social advancement etc.) because so many Arabs have this primitive
mentality. Again, I remind you of your very own statements in this direction. In closing, let me make one observation that is sure to fire up your anti-Israeli sentiments. If the Arabs (especially the Palestinians) were smart, they would seek a firm peace with Israel immediately for the Jews would be thrilled to help these disadvantaged
peoples arrive in the modern world. Can anybody possibly deny that the Jews are brilliant in science, math, the arts and business? Only a stupid, backwards people would deny themselves this precious resource and favorthis eternal blood-letting. As Abba Eban once said of the Palestinians,"they never miss an opportunity to miss an opportunity!". Please understand that I'm not saying the Jews are blameless. But again I'll point to the Camp David discussions when Barak offered Arafat 95% of everything he wanted and he had the gaul to turn it down. One final comment. Why is it that we never hear comments from moderate Palestinians, people who are tired of the killing and want peace? Is it that there are no such people or that they're afraid to speak out for fear of being killed?

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