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TEHRAN — Iranian President
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
has said that Iran and Egypt should make
every effort to be anti-Zionist countries.
Ahmadinejad made the remarks on
Wednesday during a meeting with a 45-member
Egyptian delegation that attended the
Fifth International Imam Khomeini and Foreign
Policy Conference, which was held at
the Iranian Foreign Ministry’s Institute for
Political and International Studies (IPIS) in
Tehran on the same day.
“We should take measures so that Iran
and Egypt will be two progressive, esteemed,
powerful, anti-hegemonistic, and
anti-Zionist countries,” Ahmadinejad stated.
Iran and Egypt have many affinities, Ahmadinejad
said, adding, “Both nations believe
in God and are seeking justice, freedom,
and dignity, and are opposed to any
kind of humiliation.” Contd. on P. 2

“Iran and Egypt have another
common point and that is (having) a
common enemy,” he added.
The United States and its allies,
particularly the Zionist regime, are
not only the enemies of Tehran and
Cairo but are also the enemies of
all the countries in the region, Ahmadinejad
said.
“However, the enemies do not
want a relationship to be established
between Iran and Egypt because
their linkage will create a power that
would compel all Zionists to leave the
region without any need for war,” he
stated.
The Iranian president also said,
“This regime is a cancerous tumor
that will metastasize if even a small
part of it remains on Palestinian soil.”
Elsewhere in his remarks, Ahmadinejad
said, “I do not believe
that the prosperity of the United
States and certain other European
countries is due to the efforts of
the people of these countries. Although
the people of these countries
are making endeavors, the
gap (between these states and less
developed countries) is due to their
exploitation of (the wealth of) other
nations.”
The Egyptian delegation also invited
Ahmadinejad to pay a visit to
Egypt, and he replied, “As soon as I
receive an invitation from Egyptian
officials, I will make a trip to Egypt.”
The members of the Egyptian delegation
also met with Iranian Foreign
Minister Ali Akbar Salehi on Wednesday

http://tehrantimes.com/PDF/11166/11166-1.pdf

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Great stuff. We are waiting for this tie to cultivate to higher levels. This will be beneficial for both nations and the regional in general, except the Zionist entity and the corrupted leaders of the region. They will try everything to stop this and further cooperation between independent states, so everyone must be ready for harsh reactions from the bullies.

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I feel pity for the Egyptian people,their military will strangle all the chances of Egyptian-Iranian relations.The US will never allow such relations to improve.Its going to be very interesting to see how this unfolds.
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The military is just letting this sharade to continue a bit so the people get the feeling there is some change.

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The military is just letting this sharade to continue a bit so the people get the feeling there is some change.

I think so too. They already kicked out an Iranian diplomat on spying charges.

This will feed the reactionary crowds in Egypt and the Arab world who are scared of PERRRR SIAN dominance over them.
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"''melate ma neshan dade'ast ke be hadaf haye khod momen, va dar rahe on, ta nesar'e jaan eestade'ast.. chenin melati, az america va az hiiich ghodrati nemitars'ad, va be yaari'e khoda neshan khahad daad ke pirooz az on' e hagh, va momenan be hagh ast!"

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You are overestimating the power the US.
If the US were so powerful Mubarak would still be there and the Rafah crossing closed.

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You are overestimating the power the US.
If the US were so powerful Mubarak would still be there and the Rafah crossing closed.
They don't have divine power. They just have the Egyptian military leadership in their pockets.

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Its true but the Egyptians might prove better foes than US or their puppets are expecting. At least one can hope.

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A second revolution in Egypt is not far off and this time round, Tantawi and his Saudi puppet masters will be gone...

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The nature of revolutions is unpredictability. The Egyptian people surprised just about everyone with their bravery but their initial efforts have been hijacked by US and the Zionist. The only thing they're left with right now is a symbolic change but symbolism have many times changed the world because people believed in them hard enough. With a little help I believe that the Egyptian people will see their military leadership for the puppets they are. Independent countries like Iran must help keep the momentum going. Iran has enough softpower and sway among enough segments of the Egyptian populace to realize this. I especially believe that Nasrallah will have an important role to play. Ahmedinjejad is popular but Nasrallah is an Arab and unfortunately many arabs are still spooked by the iranian boogyman.
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IMF grants $3 billion loan to Egypt
http://presstv.com/detail/183369.html

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IMF grants $3 billion loan to Egypt
http://presstv.com/detail/183369.html
HO HO HO... Christmas came early this year! thats the way to go.... let them (zionists and amerikkkans) bite their own faces off with this one!
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You are overestimating the power the US.
If the US were so powerful Mubarak would still be there and the Rafah crossing closed.
where did u learn ur politics? third grade?
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where did u learn ur politics? third grade?

He clearly doesn't understand politics, geopolitics or wartime propaganda. He believes in the greatest hoax of the 21st century and he thinks its okay because its popular belief.

Popular belief use to be that the world is a square sometime ago and he probably would have been one of the idiots who shouts and yells "the world is a square, everyone knows this!"
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"There is no wealth like knowledge, no poverty like ignorance" - Imam Ali (as)

"''melate ma neshan dade'ast ke be hadaf haye khod momen, va dar rahe on, ta nesar'e jaan eestade'ast.. chenin melati, az america va az hiiich ghodrati nemitars'ad, va be yaari'e khoda neshan khahad daad ke pirooz az on' e hagh, va momenan be hagh ast!"

- Rahbar'e moazzam'e Enghlab'e Islami Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei

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He clearly doesn't understand politics, geopolitics or wartime propaganda. He believes in the greatest hoax of the 21st century and he thinks its okay because its popular belief.

Popular belief use to be that the world is a square sometime ago and he probably would have been one of the idiots who shouts and yells "the world is a square, everyone knows this!"

He might be right. Everything is speculation until we see more in the future. Not everything indicates that this is just show-off by Egyptian leaders right now, but most actions indicates it is. If people keep putting pressure on the Egyptian military junta, they might show their real face sooner than later. So that's where the Egyptians should put their energy, into finding out what this new regime will do. Especially with the upcoming election things will show more clearly.

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He might be right. Everything is speculation until we see more in the future. Not everything indicates that this is just show-off by Egyptian leaders right now, but most actions indicates it is. If people keep putting pressure on the Egyptian military junta, they might show their real face sooner than later. So that's where the Egyptians should put their energy, into finding out what this new regime will do. Especially with the upcoming election things will show more clearly.
the Egyptian military wont let u get control that easily.... there has to be more bloodshed to kick the military in its behind.... remove the military and u then remove the zionist and Uz influence!
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the Egyptian military wont let u get control that easily.... there has to be more bloodshed to kick the military in its behind.... remove the military and u then remove the zionist and Uz influence!

Perhaps its because of the urgency to take out the current regime, that they agreed to sponsor the coming election. Anyone responsible for trying to take momentum at this crucial time and try to take the power back to the people will be accused of trying to destroy/sabotage the "democratic process and the upcoming election". While in fact the current regime may be out to drag out the time until they can rig a election towards the interest of USA and their barking dogs. Everyone knows how much fake money/fake power the USA will guarantee those that will do them this favour... What do you guys think?

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Perhaps its because of the urgency to take out the current regime, that they agreed to sponsor the coming election. Anyone responsible for trying to take momentum at this crucial time and try to take the power back to the people will be accused of trying to destroy/sabotage the "democratic process and the upcoming election". While in fact the current regime may be out to drag out the time until they can rig a election towards the interest of USA and their barking dogs. Everyone knows how much fake money/fake power the USA will guarantee those that will do them this favour... What do you guys think?
I agree bro.... and only then the people will realise what they are up agaisnt... and only then will there be a clear road to take... freedom or death!
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This 'democratic' elections in Egypt coming up will never be free and fair. Already the military has decided who will run and who won't! How about that for the much praised 'democratic' elections? I don't know how Egyptians will take this military dictatorship. It took them soo long to finally stand up against Mubarak. Nobody knows how long it will take them this time to stand up against their military. This false sense of freedom (with Mubarak removed) may just lull them back to sleep for another 50 years or they can use this limited freedom they have to put the military in its rightful place. That place is to protect the Egyptian people and their interests,not to be tools of other countries to subjugate the Egyptian people.
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This 'democratic' elections in Egypt coming up will never be free and fair. Already the military has decided who will run and who won't! How about that for the much praised 'democratic' elections? I don't know how Egyptians will take this military dictatorship. It took them soo long to finally stand up against Mubarak. Nobody knows how long it will take them this time to stand up against their military. This false sense of freedom (with Mubarak removed) may just lull them back to sleep for another 50 years or they can use this limited freedom they have to put the military in its rightful place. That place is to protect the Egyptian people and their interests,not to be tools of other countries to subjugate the Egyptian people.
agreed bro... looks like they are going into another hibernation period! probably 40-50 years again... and everyone forgot about the innocent blood that was lost....
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Sure...that is unfortunately the most likely outcome. Thats why one can say these nations lack leadership. There is no-one to lead them the right way when people get frustrated and revolt. Also this just shows the lack of religious spirit in the people and religious leadership if you ask me. No real Muslim would accept what is going on there and idle away such an opportunity to take the country to a higher morale standard. They have an obligation!

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This is exactly waht Gaddafi has said, so when will Iran and Egypt provide some assistance to Gaddafi?

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We have to see what are real politics of muslim brotherhood and possibilities of their implementation in Egypt.

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This is exactly waht Gaddafi has said, so when will Iran and Egypt provide some assistance to Gaddafi?

He's finished.

We have to see what are real politics of muslim brotherhood and possibilities of their implementation in Egypt.

The muslim brotherhood did not do well on planning and action before and after revolution, i think they have no role in Egyptian politics if that's how bad they always do. But i too would like to know what their role really are in the country.

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The Muslim brotherhood has shown they're too weak to rule or lead anything and so has al-azhar. That place is doomed with no leader.

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