Respect is enough

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As I know, young people in Iran have other interests than to die for a crazy president. Young people in Iran are well educated and have the same wishes as most young people in other modern countries. They visit universities with high standards. They like cosmopolitan music, smartphones and tablet PCs (of course from Apple). They enjoy the European Champions League. Maybe they like also some war games, but only on Play Station. The basis of a war is hate. I cannot notice that Iranians hate people in Israel. They hate boring films. They hate bad food. They hate Cola without ice or a rainy weekend. But they do not hate people in any other countries. Maybe they do not love all people in other countries. But this is not important. We should be carefully with the word Love. Love and Hate are the opposite sites of one coin.

I would prefer respect. Respect is enough.[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]