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Vahdat, Moghavemat, Ezzat
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AHAA .. now we know .... rebels saying that the ships went to Syria to take prisoners to Iran ... they say prisons in Syria are full..  :omg:

actually they impress me with their imagination .. and stupidity

They sound EXACTLY like the Iranian opposition with their stupidity and absurd propaganda.
Ya Ali, molla Ali (as)

"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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Another important aspect: Egypt again refrained from attempting to hinder the passage of Iranian navy ships through the Suez Canal. Assuming that Cairo knew or could imagine where they were heading to, this means that the newly forming government in Cairo is not aligning its regional policies on the wahhabi / PGCC / Turkey / NATO axis, and can develop close ties with Iran in the future.

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Another important aspect: Egypt again refrained from attempting to hinder the passage of Iranian navy ships through the Suez Canal. Assuming that Cairo knew or could imagine where they were heading to, this means that the newly forming government in Cairo is not aligning its regional policies on the wahhabi / PGCC / Turkey / NATO axis, and can develop close ties with Iran in the future.


Ironically, the guaranteed right of passage that Iran is enjoying was forced on Egypt by imperial powers.



Constantinople Convention

Convention between Great Britain, Germany, Austria-Hungary, Spain, France, Italy, The Netherlands, Russia and turkey, respecting the free navigation of the Suez maritime canal signed at Constantinople, October 29, 1888.

Article I:

The Suez Maritime Canal shall always be free and of commerce or of war, without distinction of flag.
Consequently, the High Contracting Parties agree not in any way to interfere with the free use of the Canal, in time of war as in time of peace.
The Canal shall never be subjected to the exercise of the right of blockade.


http://www.suezcanal.gov.eg/ShowTreaties.aspx?show=1

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