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5 août 2013 1 05 /08 /août /2013 21:29

France

- Intifada au Jeu de Paume, Catherine Dupeyron (Causeur)
http://www.causeur.fr/ahlam-shibli-jeu-paume-israel,23653
   "Les images parlent. Cela signifie qu’elles peuvent mentir. Mais face à une photo, a fortiori lorsqu’elle se veut documentaire, on éprouve une dangereuse impression d’authenticité : on croit être confronté au réel quand il s’agit de sa représentation – vieille affaire de la carte et du territoire. On croit être informé quand on est manipulé, volontairement ou pas. C’est bien ce qui menace les visiteurs de « Phantom Home », l’exposition de la photographe palestinienne Ahlam Shibli, qui a ouvert ses portes le 28 mai au musée du Jeu de Paume. Et mis en ébullition la rue juive, qui dénonce une « apologie du terrorisme ».
    Le sujet, il faut le dire, est déjà hautement inflammable puisqu’il s’agit du conflit israélo-palestinien. Sur ce terrain miné, l’exposition  manipule des images d’apparence quasi journalistique sans jamais fournir la mise en perspective qui permettrait au visiteur de les lire. [...]" (suite payante)


"Processus de paix"

- ‘Boycott Israeli sports,’ calls PA official, Elhanan Miller (Times of Israel)
http://www.timesofisrael.com/boycott-israeli-sports-calls-pa-official/
   "Departing starkly from messages of peace and coexistence expressed by Israeli President Shimon Peres as he welcomed the Barcelona FC soccer team on Sunday, Fatah official and Palestinian Soccer Association head Jibril Rajoub took advantage of “the most important event in the history of Palestinian sports” to call for a sports boycott of Israel.
    Speaking to journalists at the entrance to the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem Saturday, Rajoub said that sports were the best means to combat racism. He then proceeded to call for a sports ban on Israel, which “incites against anything Arab.” Rajoub dubbed the visit of Barcelona FC “the first breach in the history by the Palestinian sports movement of the siege laid on it by Israel.” [...]"
- $100 prizes for defining Israeli cities as "Palestinian" - on PA TV (Vidéo 1mn15)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bJrdCi5UqdE
- Denying Israel's existence is worth $100 (PMW) - "PA TV Ramadan entertainment replaces Israel with "Palestine"."
http://www.palwatch.org/main.aspx?fi=157&doc_id=9482

- Israël-Palestine : reprise des négociations de paix à la mi-août (AFP) - "Interrogée sur la possibilité de respecter le délai de neuf mois que les deux parties se sont donné à la demande des Etats-Unis pour parvenir à un accord, Mme Livni s'est montrée prudente. "Si au bout de huit mois, nous voyons que nous sommes proches d'un accord et qu'il faut encore un peu de temps, nous continuerons (au-delà des neuf mois), mais si les discussions ne sont pas sérieuses un seul mois devrait suffire pour s'en apercevoir", a ajouté la ministre."
http://www.lexpress.fr/actualite/monde/proche-orient/israel-palestine-reprise-des-negociations-de-paix-a-la-mi-aout_1271068.html
- Israël va libérer 26 prisonniers palestiniens le 13 août (AFP)
http://www.liberation.fr/monde/2013/08/04/israel-va-liberer-26-prisonniers-palestiniens-le-13-aout_922706
   "Les 26 premiers prisonniers palestiniens, parmi 104 détenus qui doivent être libérés par Israël dans le cadre de la reprise des négociations de paix, recouvreront la liberté le 13 août, a annoncé le négociateur palestinien Saëb Erakat.
   «La libération des prisonniers détenus de longue date va se faire en quatre temps, compte tenu du fait qu’Israël a refusé de tous les relâcher en même temps», a expliqué le négociateur palestinien dans un communiqué publié samedi. Israël a en effet indiqué que les 104 prisonniers seraient libérés progressivement en fonction de l’avancée des pourparlers de paix, qui ont repris mardi après trois ans de blocage et doivent aboutir à un accord de paix d’ici neuf mois selon l’objectif fixé par le secrétaire d’Etat américain John Kerry.
    Saëb Erakat a expliqué qu’Israël s’était engagé à rendre leur liberté pour le 13 août à «26 prisonniers âgés». Le gouvernement israélien avait approuvé il y a une semaine la libération de ces 104 détenus palestiniens et arabes israéliens, répondant ainsi à une exigence des responsables palestiniens. [...] Les noms de 104 prisonniers concernés n’ont pas encore été officiellement publiés, mais plusieurs sources rapportent que la liste devrait inclure des prisonniers incarcérés pour les meurtres de citoyens israéliens."

- Israeli-Palestinian riddle won't answer Middle East's wider woes (Reuters)
http://www.jpost.com/Diplomacy-and-Politics/Israeli-Palestinian-riddle-wont-answer-Middle-Easts-wider-woes-322077
   "The Israeli-Palestinian conflict, which once transfixed the Arab world, has lost much of its resonance in a Middle East riven by religious strife, political upheaval and economic woes. News that the two sides had resumed peace talks last week after a three-year halt was largely overshadowed by turmoil in Egypt and the Syrian civil war, which has set Sunni and Shi'ite Muslims against one another. US officials still hope that resolving the decades-old confrontation will help to unlock the region's wider problems, but analysts say it no longer lies at the strategic heart of a troubled Middle East.
   "That was probably the case before the Arab uprisings, but a number of other struggles have now joined it, such as the Sunni-Shi'ite struggle and an intra-Sunni conflict," said Salman Shaikh, director of the Brookings Doha Center think tank. "The issue is a sideshow now, but it might take center-stage again if there was genuine progress," he said, underscoring deep skepticism in many quarters about the chances of a deal. [...]"

- The dangers of a weak peace, Riccardo Dugulin (holds a Master degree from the Paris School of International Affairs (Sciences Po) and is specialized in International Security) - "The first and immediate risk comes from what may be defined as Hamas’ fight for existence".
http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4412965,00.html
   "[...] Even if the chances remain quite slim, a weak peace agreement between Israel and the PA should not be regarded as a success but rather as a further complication to the overall resolution of a decade long conflict.
    The reasons for this can be found in the core nature of the negotiating structure. The fact that the terrorist movement of Hamas rejects any possibility of long lasting peace creates a strong obstacle against regional stability, an obstacle which is only strengthened by Hezbollah ’s uncompromising hate for the Jewish State along with the inability of regional Arab and non-Arab powers to foster a serious peace-oriented discourse.
    For this, any outcome leading to a deal sealed between the PA and Israel through Washington's support in the coming months needs to be considered as a danger-filled event as in the short term it may fuel more violence further threatening local populations.
    The first and immediate risk comes from what may be defined as Hamas’ fight for existence. During the last few months, the Gaza-based terrorist group has suffered a number of setbacks due to the changing Egyptian situation. Its political legitimacy based on its self-defined notion of resistance against Israel has been weakened by the movement’s inability to lessen the Gaza economic and humanitarian hardships.
    The group knows that any agreement reached by the PA with Israel may come as a further blow to its ability to maneuver in the region while a peace deal, as weak as it may be, will be increasingly marginalizing Hamas inside a sealed of Gaza strip.
    For this, as it has been the case during previous negotiations, a rise in Hamas’ attempts to target Israeli civilian populations needs to be taken into serious consideration. Hamas understands that any Israeli military act of self-defense will be perceived as an aggression by the Palestinians and may derail peace talks or annul any achieved deal.
    The second point that needs to be taken into account as a result of this situation refers to the possibility of increased violence among Palestinians and against Israeli forces and civilians in Judea and Samaria. The general cohesion that has been censed during the UN vote resulting in the nominal creation of a Palestinian State by the General Assembly should not be misread.
    The Palestinian population residing in those regions has little respect for the PA and considers Mahmoud Abbas a Western puppet. Many commentators focus on the risk of a third intifada should the current negotiations fail to deliver. On the flip side, the following question should be raised: what if the Palestinians will not accept a deal brokered by the PA? A situation of chaos and violence in Judea and Samaria loosely organized to limit the viability of any deal is likely to come at high costs for Israel.
    As Israel is appearing to be the actor making all the painful decisions, the Palestinians living in Judea and Samaria may as well consider that they could have gotten more out of the Jewish State, a further reason which is likely to incite violence.
    The third risk deriving from a weak peace is embodied in the fact that even in the states having signed a formal peace deal with the Jewish State the local populations rarely accept such a status. From the anti-Semitic slogans branded by the Muslim Brothers to the numerous anti-Israeli events and protests that take place in Jordan, the overall feeling of the Arab Street is that peace with Israel is not the most favorable outcome to solve the Palestinian issue.
    One can only imagine the outrage a peace deal involving only Israel and the PA could cause among Hezbollah operatives, Syrian jihadists and how much the Iranian government would try to undermine any efforts made in Washington by further agitating a fragile region.
    These three points should not be interpreted as a way to dismiss the current peace efforts. Prime Minister Netanyahu is showing political realism and courage in the steps he is undertaking. Nevertheless, the US administration and the involved parties need to openly state that any agreement with the PA cannot be considered final as long as core spoilers are not neutralized. For this, international action must be taken against Hamas and Hezbollah while efforts must be made to include Arab powers in the negotiations in order to provide any outcome with increased legitimacy in the eyes of Israel’s neighbors."

- Palestinians Dismiss Prisoner Release as a "Bribe", Khaled Abu Toameh (Gatestone Institute) - "unlike the US and other Western governments, the Palestinian Authority does not see the release of prisoners as a conciliatory move on the part of the Israeli government" ; "while most Palestinians are expected to rejoice over the release of the prisoners, it is naïve to think that they will take to the streets to celebrate the resumption of peace talks with Israel".
http://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/3917/palestinians-prisoner-release
   "The argument that the release of Palestinian prisoners boosts the standing of Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and "moderate" Palestinians and facilitates the resumption of peace talks with Israel is not necessarily true.
    Many Palestinians do not see Israel's decision to release more than 100 Palestinians who were imprisoned before the signing of the Oslo Accords two decades ago as a gesture on the part of Israel. Rather, they regard the Israeli move as something that Israel was supposed to have done anyway, many years ago.
    As Saeb Erekat, the chief PLO negotiator, explained: "This Israeli cabinet decision is an overdue step towards the implementation of the Sharm Sheikh agreement of 1999, whereby Israel committed to release all the pre-Oslo prisoners. We welcome this decision 14 years later." So unlike the US and other Western governments, the Palestinian Authority does not see the release of prisoners as a conciliatory move on the part of the Israeli government.
    Moreover, Palestinian Authority representatives do not believe there is a link between the release of prisoners and progress toward achieving peace between Israelis and Palestinians. Many of the prisoners who are scheduled to be released do not even belong to Abbas's Fatah faction. It is unrealistic to think, for example, that members of Islamic Jihad or the Marxist Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine who killed Israelis are going to come out of prison and declare their support for the Oslo Accords and the two-state solution. There is also no guarantee that Fatah prisoners who were incarcerated before the signing of the Oslo Accords will endorse the peace process.
    Of course Abbas and Fatah will do their utmost to take advantage of the prisoner release to try and score points on the Palestinian street. Abbas's aides and loyalists are busy these days preparing a big rally in Ramallah to celebrate the release of the prisoners. They are keen on presenting the prisoner release as a "huge achievement" by Abbas. But even if a large number of Palestinians turn out to greet the prisoners, this still does not mean that they support Abbas's decision to resume peace talks with Israel.
    Some Palestinians, including Abbas loyalists, see the release of a few dozen prisoners as a "bribe" offered by US Secretary of State John Kerry to the Palestinian Authority president to entice him to return to the talks. These Palestinians point out that in return for this "bribe," Abbas was forced to drop his two other preconditions for resuming the peace talks: a full cessation of settlement construction and Israeli acceptance of the pre-1967 lines as the basis for a two-state solution.
    There are also Palestinians who see the release of about 100 prisoners as a "minor" achievement for Abbas, especially in comparison to Hamas's success in securing the release of more than 1000 inmates in return for kidnapped Israel Defense Forces soldier Gilad Schalit. "Israel is not doing anyone a favor by releasing 100 prisoners," said a Fatah official in Ramallah. "While we welcome this decision, we do not see how it could help the peace process, particularly in light of the fact that there are more than 5,000 Palestinians who are still in prison."
    So while most Palestinians are expected to rejoice over the release of the prisoners, it is naïve to think that they will take to the streets to celebrate the resumption of peace talks with Israel. The prisoner release could benefit Abbas in the short-term. But in the long-term, many Palestinians will continue to see it as part of an Israeli-American scheme to extract concessions from Abbas and the Palestinian Authority leadership. After the celebrations over the release of the prisoners end, Palestinians will continue to criticize Abbas for "succumbing" to US pressure and going to the peace talks against the recommendation of the PLO leadership. And of course they will continue to attack Israel for not fulfilling all their demands, including a settlement freeze and the release of the rest of the prisoners."

- The Media Perpetuates Myth About Israeli-Palestinian Peace Talks (CAMERA)
http://blog.camera.org/archives/2013/08/the_media_perpetuates_myth_abo.html
   "Why does the media routinely perpetuate the myth that responsibility for the success or failure of Israeli-Palestinian peace talks lies with Israel and not the Palestinians? A recent Reuters article describes the Israeli Prime Minister "returning" to negotiations once he realized he could not afford to "take the rap for cold shouldering U.S. efforts to revive the talks." "Pressured by Washington, worried about its international standing and perturbed by Middle East turmoil, Israel had many reasons to return to peace talks with the Palestinians this week after a three year hiatus."
    But it wasn't the Israeli prime minister who needed convincing. He has repeatedly expressed his willingness to resume negotiations without any preconditions. And it was the Israeli prime minister who made all the concessions in advance of the last round of peace talks, risking domestic opposition by agreeing to a 10-month moratorium on building in the West Bank. By contrast, it is the Palestinian president who continuously refuses to negotiate without preconditions, demanding concessions from Israel that are meant to be the result of talks. It is the Palestinian president who dismissed Israel's moratorium last time as inadequate. And it was the Palestinian president who after finally yielding to American pressure to join peace talks, immediately walked away from negotiations when the moratorium expired.
    Yet all mention of Palestinian responsibility for the failure of peace talks is concealed from readers: "The last round of U.S.-brokered negotiations collapsed barely after they began in 2010 in a row over continued Jewish settlement building in the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem on land the Palestinians want for their future state"."


Gaza & Hamas

- Gaza is exporting spices to the US (Elder of Ziyon) - "The article doesn't mention that Israel helps Gaza farmers get up to speed on the latest farming techniques and they also help them export their goods".
http://elderofziyon.blogspot.fr/2013/08/gaza-is-exporting-spices-to-us.html

- Egyptian siege continues - only two groups visited Gaza in July (Elder of Ziyon) - "I still have not seen anyone referring to Egypt's near-total isolation of Gaza as being a "siege" or a "blockade"."
http://elderofziyon.blogspot.fr/2013/08/egyptian-siege-continues-only-two.html


Israël

- Arab MK Envisions End of Israel... Nothing Happens (CAMERA)
http://blog.camera.org/archives/2013/08/arab_mk_envisions_end_of_israe_1.html
   "On August 1, an Arab member of Israel’s parliament, or Knesset, Jamal Zahalka, stood at the podium and declared, “We [Arabs] were here before you and we’ll be here after you.” In response, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu indicated that he wanted to speak, went to the podium and answered, “The first part is not correct and the second part will not happen.” [Voir la vidéo ici, ne pas oublier d'activer les sous-titres.]
    It is clear that this could not happen if Israel were an “apartheid” state because there would be no Arab members of Knesset. And, if Israel were not a free state, certainly no member of the Knesset could openly declare a desire for the end of the state without fear of prison or even censure.
    Imagine even the most radical member of Congress, from anywhere across the political spectrum, standing on the floor of the House or Senate and envisioning the end of the United States. It would cause an uproar. But in Israel, it only elicits a brief remark from the Prime Minister."


Egypte

- '30 Palestinians died in Sinai anti-terror offensive', Michal Shmulovich (Times of Israel) - "as part of its anti-terror campaign in Sinai over the last month, the Egyptian army has arrested 90 suspected terrorists, 7 of whom were West Bank Palestinians, and that 60 armed militants were killed, including 30 Palestinians". Et pourtant cette opération ne reçoit aucune couverture médiatique occidentale, ou presque. Qu'en serait-il s'il s'était agi d'une opération israélienne ?
http://www.timesofisrael.com/30-palestinians-died-in-sinai-anti-terror-offensive/


Liban & Hezbollah

- Nasrallah: No one can relinquish one clod of Palestinian land, Roi Kais (Ynet) - "Hezbollah's leader makes rare public appearance for al-Quds Day, slams Israel in speech: 'Palestine stretches from sea to river. Israel is a tumor which must be uprooted'."
http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4413030,00.html
- Nasrallah, in vicious public address, calls for the destruction of Israel (Times of Israel) - "In first public appearance in almost a year, Hezbollah leader says no Arab leader has the right to relinquish any part of Palestine, ‘from the river to the sea’."
http://www.timesofisrael.com/hezbollah-leader-rallies-shiites-with-highly-sectarian-speech/


Iran

- Pour le nouveau président iranien, Israël est "une blessure qui doit être éliminée" (AFP)
http://www.francetvinfo.fr/monde/proche-orient/pour-le-nouveau-president-iranien-israel-est-une-blessure-qui-doit-etre-eliminee_382722.html
   "Le monde a salué, en juin, l'élection d'un homme considéré comme modéré, Hassan Rohani, à la tête de l'Iran. Mais, à la veille de son investiture, le nouveau chef de l'Etat a tenu, vendredi 2 août, des propos violents à l'égard d'Israël, bête noire de son prédécesseur, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, et de nombreux hauts responsables iraniens. S'exprimant à l'occasion de la Journée de Jérusalem, un rassemblement pro-palestinien à Téhéran, selon le quotidien israélien Haaretz, Hassan Rohani a déclaré : "Le régime sioniste est une blessure infligée depuis des années au corps du monde musulman, et cette blessure doit être éliminée." [...]"
- Israël, une "blessure" pour les musulmans, estime Rohani (Reuters) - "selon une nouvelle version de ses propos, adoucie par rapport à une première diffusion".
http://fr.news.yahoo.com/isra%C3%ABl-une-blessure-pour-les-musulmans-estime-hassan-145848697.html
   "Deux jours avant son investiture, le nouveau président iranien Hassan Rohani a déclaré vendredi que l'occupation israélienne des territoires palestiniens était une "blessure" pour le monde musulman, selon une nouvelle version de ses propos, adoucie par rapport à une première diffusion. "Après tout, dans notre région, il y a une blessure depuis des années dans le corps du monde musulman à l'ombre de l'occupation de la terre sainte de Palestine et d'Al Qods la bien-aimée", a déclaré Rohani dans l'extrait diffusé par la chaîne de télévision publique Press TV.
     Auparavant, une dépêche de l'agence estudiantine iranienne Isna avait publié des propos plus offensifs. "Le régime sioniste est une blessure qui est restée sur le corps du monde musulman pendant des années et qui doit être enlevée", avait déclaré le président élu selon Isna. Par la suite, Isna a retiré sa dépêche et publié une version corrigée des propos prêtés au nouveau président.
    Sa première version, dans la lignée de la tonalité très anti-israélienne du président sortant Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, a été très vite désavouée par la presse d'Etat iranienne, qui a déclaré que des agences de presse non précisées avaient déformé les propos du président Rohani. La chaîne de télévision publique Press TV a alors diffusé l'extrait adouci, provenant d'un échange entre Hassan Rohani et des journalistes lors d'un rassemblent pour la journée annuelle iranienne "Al Qods" (Jérusalem) de soutien aux Palestiniens. [...]"
- Hassan Rohani officiellement investi à la présidence iranienne (Reuters)
http://fr.news.yahoo.com/hassan-rohani-officiellement-investi-%C3%A0-la-pr%C3%A9sidence-iranienne-132916003.html

- Les propos de Rohani sur Israël indignent Netanyahou (AFP)
http://www.lepoint.fr/monde/les-propos-de-rohani-sur-israel-indignent-netanyahou-02-08-2013-1710809_24.php
   "Le Premier ministre israélien Benyamin Netanyahou a réagi vendredi aux déclarations du nouveau président iranien en estimant que Hassan Rohani montrait "son vrai visage plus tôt que prévu", selon un communiqué de ses services. "Le vrai visage de Rohani a été dévoilé plus tôt que prévu. Même si les Iraniens s'empressaient maintenant de nier ses propos, c'est ce qu'il pense et c'est le plan d'action du régime iranien", a déclaré Benyamin Netanyahou après les déclarations du président iranien comparant Israël à une "blessure" qu'il faut faire disparaître.
   "Ces déclarations du président iranien devraient sortir une partie du monde de l'illusion dans laquelle il est plongé depuis l'élection en Iran", poursuit Benyamin Netanyahou. "Le président a changé en Iran, mais pas le but du régime de fabriquer l'arme nucléaire afin de menacer Israël, le Proche-Orient et la paix et la sécurité du monde entier. Il ne faut pas laisser un pays qui menace Israël de destruction se doter d'une arme de destruction massive", ajoute-t-il. [...]"
- PMO: Rouhani’s Israel remarks show ‘extremist agenda', Herb Keinon (JP) - “the Iranian regime has the ability to control the local press. We don’t accept the denial at face value.”
http://www.jpost.com/Iranian-Threat/News/PMO-Rouhanis-Israel-remarks-show-extremist-agenda-321975
   "Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s office on Saturday night stood by its fierce condemnation of comments attributed to Iranian President Hassan Rouhani that the “Zionist regime is a wound that needs to be removed,” saying Iran’s later denial of the statement was possibly manipulation of the state-run press. [...]
    Shortly after the ISNA report – which echoed the fiercely anti-Israel language of outgoing president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and contradicted the image Rohuani is trying to portray as a “moderate” – the Iranian state media repudiated the story, claiming that unidentified news agencies had distorted Rouhani’s remarks. Iran’s Press TV then broadcast an excerpt from an exchange between Rouhani and journalists at an al-Quds Day event. [...]
    But the exchange that was broadcast on Press TV did nothing to alter the position in the Prime Minister’s Office. One official said that the PMO had no doubt that “the remarks that were [originally] attributed to him [Rouhani] correctly reflect his extremist agenda.”
    Asked how the PMO could stand by condemnation of a statement that was at odds with what appeared in the Press TV segment, the official hinted at manipulation, saying that the “the Iranian regime has the ability to control the local press. We don’t accept the denial at face value,” the official said. “Why would the original Iranian report distort his words?” This suggested that the Iranian regime – concerned that Rouhani’s comments would harm the image he has been trying to portray as a “moderate” – possibly staged an exchange with journalists in which Rouhani watered down his original statement. [...]"

- Ahmadinejad : Israël sera "déraciné" (AFP)
http://www.lepoint.fr/monde/ahmadinejad-israel-sera-deracine-02-08-2013-1710792_24.php
   "Le président sortant iranien Mahmoud Ahmadinejad a affirmé vendredi qu'Israël, ennemi numéro un de la République islamique d'Iran, serait "déraciné", lors de manifestations de masse organisées à travers le pays pour la Journée annuelle de Jérusalem. "Je vous informe, et Dieu m'est témoin, qu'une tempête dévastatrice va déraciner la base du sionisme", a dit Mahmoud Ahmadinejad avant la prise de fonctions samedi du nouveau président Hassan Rohani, élu en juin.
    Israël "n'a pas de place dans cette région", a-t-il ajouté devant une foule rassemblée à Téhéran à l'occasion de la Journée annuelle de Jérusalem. Téhéran ne reconnaît pas l'existence d'Israël et les responsables iraniens qualifient l'État hébreu de "régime sioniste illégitime". L'Iran se pose aussi en défenseur des droits des Palestiniens, aux côtés du Hezbollah chiite libanais et de la Syrie, un autre point de friction avec l'Occident. La négation de l'Holocauste et le déni du droit d'Israël à l'existence sont régulièrement affirmés par les principaux dirigeants iraniens, dont le guide suprême iranien Ali Khamenei. [...]"
- Iran : nouveau poste pour Ahmadinejad (AFP) - "L'ex-président iranien Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, qui vient de passer la main à Hassan Rohani, a été nommé aujourd'hui membre du Conseil de discernement. Il s'agit de la plus haute instance d'arbitrage politique en Iran".
http://www.lefigaro.fr/flash-actu/2013/08/05/97001-20130805FILWWW00275-iran-un-nouveau-poste-pour-ahmadinejad.php

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