Jewish representative in Iran's parliament praises attack on Israel

Jewish lawmaker, Dr. Homayoun Sameh, praised the Iranian attack; 'Our goal was not to hit with all the missiles, but first we created confusion with the drones and then we hit the desired positions... Israel needed to learn not to invade our land again'

According to Iran's constitution, which mandates representation for minorities, one seat in the Iranian parliament is reserved for a member of the Jewish community. On Sunday, Dr. Homayoun Sameh, the current Jewish representative, praised Iran's Saturday night attack on Israel.
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"The attack served as a source of strength for all freedom seekers in the world, especially Palestine. The attack showed that Israel has many weaknesses and its claims were lies. Fortunately, now the weaknesses of the Zionist regime have been revealed with the heavy attack of the drones and missiles of Iran." According to Sameh, "the planning for this operation was very detailed."
"Our drones confused the defense system so that our missiles could hit military bases. I am confident we reached the target. The United States, England, France and Jordan, who provided support to Israel, defended Israel from the attack," he said.
Sameh, who has been in office since 2020, attacked Jordan and claimed that "Jordan betrayed the Palestinians and Muslims. In addition to Israel, the Islamic Republic of Iran also faced four other countries, and finally launched its missiles at their main targets."
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ד"ר הומיין שמח
ד"ר הומיין שמח
Dr. Homayoun Sameh
"This is just the beginning of the story. Our goal was not to hit with all the missiles. First, we created confusion with the drones and then we hit the desired positions. Israel spent about $1.5 billion to fend off Iran's attack, while our drones and missiles cost much less. We hope that soon the Palestinian people will return to their homes and live in peace. Israel needed to learn not to invade our land again, I congratulate the Iranian nation on this great victory."
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