By Josh Levs, CNN
May 18, 2012
(CNN) -- Iran is taking on one of the world's biggest Internet giants, threatening to sue over something that is not on its maps.
On state-run Press TV, the Iranian regime warns it may take legal action against Google for not labeling the Persian Gulf.
It's the latest volley in what one expert calls a "war of words" that has raged for decades over the waterway that borders Iran and several Arab countries.
Iran previously lashed out against the U.S. military for calling the waterway the Arabian Gulf.
In a statement Thursday, the Iranian regime accused Google of carrying out efforts of Iran's enemies.
"Toying with modern technologies in political issues is among the new measures by the enemies against Iran, (and) in this regard, Google has been treated as a plaything," Foreign Ministry spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast said Thursday, according to state-run
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