Riding through Iran on a motorbike

Iran-Flag-128[1]British Jewish blogger Ed March has passion for understanding different cultures – not through the eyes of Zionist media, but visiting those countries himself. He says that the best way to learn about other countries is to drive through them. Ed March has visited more than a dozen foreign countries on his Honda C90 motorbike.

In 2011 while returning from Malaysia to Britain, he took a very bold step. He decided to pass through the Islamic Republic of Iran.

He says that he was surprised to find Iranians being most friendly people (here) in contrast to the negative image of Iran created by the Zionist-controlled western media.

Everyone acts like your friend’s grandmother,” Ed says, shocked at the sheer scale of generosity and hospitality he’s receiving. “And when I say everyone, I mean everyone.”

Ed, who filmed his trip to Iran (watch below), gives his opinion why there is so much negative propaganda against Iran. “Call me cynical, but I think it’s so because when America does invade there’s is not going to be any public resistance, because people have been conditioned to believe Iran is evil.”

On August 21, 2015, Israeli Channel 2 TV quoted former PM and DM Gen. Ehud Barak that Israel had planned to attack Iran on three separate occasions but Israeli military Generals refused to go along considering them very risky.

Netanyahu preferred US military strikes on Iran’s nuclear facilities, over Israeli ones, from the outset. His calculus was that the key fear that could drive the US debate to support military strikes on Iran was the timeline of Iran’s nuclear program – not Tehran’s support for groups like Hamas and Hezbollah,” said Dr. Shibley Telhami, senior fellow at Jewish Brookings Institute on July 21, 2015.

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