Iran isolated as Egypt's Muslim president slams Syria

  • TroyAthlete

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    Aug 30, 2012 8:55 PM GMT
    http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2012/al-monitor/egypts-morsi-upsets-iran.html

    A resurgent and boldly independent Egypt on Thursday upset Iranian plans for a smoothly-oiled summit that Iranian officials hoped would demonstrate that the Islamic Republic has more friends than foes.

    Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi — whose brief trip here was criticized in advance by Israel and the United States — delivered a nuanced speech that targeted some US and Israeli policies but also adamantly backed the Syrian opposition’s struggle to overturn “the oppressive system there."

    Morsi’s tough words in support of Syrian rebels unnerved his Iranian hosts — staunch supporters of the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Iranian newscasters omitted key bits in televised coverage.


    Response from terrorism apologists: clearly Egypt's President is a Christian fundi backed by AIPAC or something.
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    Aug 30, 2012 9:28 PM GMT
    Who in the world said this ?

    quoted from Troy Athlete "Response from terrorism apologists: clearly Egypt's President is a Christian fundi backed by AIPAC or something"



    Both the Christian Fundi's and AIPAC think Morsi is the devil incarnate because of being from the "Islamist Brotherhood Party". Truth be told it wouldn't be surprising to find out that like "Al Quida" that the CIA helped them form, which similarly the US and Israel assisted forming "HAMAS" in the Gaza

    Strip which was nothing more than to take away power from the PLO, KINDA BACKFIRED JUST LIKE Al Quida DIDN'T IT !!


    But where is the Main Stream Media in getting this information out to the public ?
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    Sep 02, 2012 4:29 PM GMT
    More personal attacks in lieu of substantive discussion?
    Maybe it is sxydrkhair who will follow in ianct and RLD's footsteps and be banned next.

    Reality:

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    ** Survey includes all Arabs in UAE, not just nationals
    Source: Arab American Institute Foundation (Zogby International.)

    In Lebanon, support for Iran comes mostly from the Shia (not Sunnis or Christians).

    In fact, in Morocco, Jordan, KSA & UAE, less than 10% want to see Iran become a nuclear power.
  • gooddude1583

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    Sep 02, 2012 9:56 PM GMT
    sxydrkhair I have to say I'm disappointed by what you had to say or maybe in what lacked in what you said. The Syrian government is targeting civilians on a daily basis now as Assad tries to hold on to power. Such criminal actions should be condemned by anybody with morals. Just like any other case where a regime is fighting its own people to hold to power. Iran is definitely not the place to learn anything of that kind. Anybody heard about the green movement leaders of Iran who were under house arrest since the last elections?
    Oh, and Pouncer thank you for giving us some insights about the Iranian government perspective; it's always good to know what goes on in the Ayatollahs minds, especially since I don't really read Fars ("False") news reports.
  • gooddude1583

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    Sep 02, 2012 11:16 PM GMT
    fake interview with Morsi

    Egypt's Morsi to sue Iran's Fars news over allegedly fake interview
    http://www.globalpost.com/dispatch/news/regions/middle-east/egypt/120626/egypts-morsi-sue-irans-fars-news-over-allegedly-fake-

    Changing Morsi's words about the Syrian regime switching it with Bahrain.

    Tehran: Morsi’s criticism of Assad lost in translation

    "In fact, Morsi had told the summit that “our solidarity with the struggle of Syrians against an oppressive regime that has lost its legitimacy is an ethical duty, and a political and strategic necessity.”

    http://www.yalibnan.com/2012/08/31/tehran-morsis-criticism-of-assad-lost-in-translation/

    I'm sorry you don't like what I have to say but again I do think it's important to understand what goes on in the mind of the Iranian Ayatollahs, and that's what your're here for icon_wink.gif
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    Sep 03, 2012 12:07 AM GMT
    sxydrkhair said... I don't support Syrian, Iranian, and Israeli governments. They're all same sh!t. ...

    I don't recall or never read your specific criticisms of the Israeli government, so I can't comment on that. But to equate that government with what the Syrian government has been doing is completely absurd.
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    Sep 03, 2012 2:56 AM GMT
    gooddude1583 saidPouncer thank you for giving us some insights about the Iranian government perspective; it's always good to know what goes on in the Ayatollahs minds, especially since I don't really read Fars ("False") news reports.

    Egypt's Morsi to sue Iran's Fars news over allegedly fake interview
    http://www.globalpost.com/dispatch/news/regions/middle-east/egypt/120626/egypts-morsi-sue-irans-fars-news-over-allegedly-fake-

    AyaTrollah pouncer usually prefers the Iranian regime's mouthpiece with the innocuous-sound name, "Press TV".
    Oddly, they've gotten into similar trouble with invented - manufactured - "news".

    Iranian Press TV accused of faking drone strike reports; Britain bans Iran's Press TV from airwaves
    http://www.realjock.com/gayforums/2159725
  • CuriousJockAZ

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    Oct 20, 2012 5:43 PM GMT
    Pouncer saidWakeup call for TroyAthlete:

    61% of Egyptians support Iran nuclear policy
    62% of Egyptians believe Iran and Ahamdinejad friends of Egypt
    65% of Egyptians support government decision to renew Egypt-Iran relations
    74% of Egyptians disapprove of Egypt diplomatic relations with 'Israel'
    77% of Egyptians regard Egypt-'Israel' peace treaty as "useless", want it dissolved
    60% of Egyptians believe Obama has had negative effect on Arab World
    68% of Egyptians believe Obama favours Israel over Arab World
    Ahmadinejad 72% more popular in Egypt than Hillary Clinton; 169% more popular than Obama




    Pssst...Pouncer...Polls are silly and misleading. Also, based on your own statements, I think it's a pretty good bet that you don't really know what you're spewing about. Case in point...
    Pouncer said"That being said, Romney (who I predicted countless times would win the Repub nomination) hasn't got a cat's chance in hell of winning this November. Which is good, as I get the warm feeling that socal is going to invest every fibre of his being into electing Romney during the next seven months. For him, it's going to be the disillusionment of a lifetime".

    Pouncer said"Obama will get in for the same reason he got in last time. End of.
    (Believe me, I wouldn't be so presumptuous as to call an election if it was anything but certain)."

    Pouncer said
    There you have it right off the bat: Romney will lose in November, and will have only a bitter campaign to show for it.

    I honestly believe (in fact, virtually know) that. Anyone care to prove me wrong?

    Pouncer saidNot that I generally agree with Obama's language, but it's obvious that Romney is going to get "predator droned" come November.

    Pouncer saidI feel sorry for the so-called 'conservaposse'. To them, I guess this is just what November will feel like.

    Pouncer saidseeing as I'm being painted as an overweening onlooker from afar, that I highly doubt Romney's disappointment this November will surprise most Americans.
  • roadbikeRob

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    Oct 24, 2012 5:02 PM GMT
    Pouncer said
    CuriousJockAZ said
    Pouncer saidWakeup call for TroyAthlete:

    61% of Egyptians support Iran nuclear policy
    62% of Egyptians believe Iran and Ahamdinejad friends of Egypt
    65% of Egyptians support government decision to renew Egypt-Iran relations
    74% of Egyptians disapprove of Egypt diplomatic relations with 'Israel'
    77% of Egyptians regard Egypt-'Israel' peace treaty as "useless", want it dissolved
    60% of Egyptians believe Obama has had negative effect on Arab World
    68% of Egyptians believe Obama favours Israel over Arab World
    Ahmadinejad 72% more popular in Egypt than Hillary Clinton; 169% more popular than Obama




    Pssst...Pouncer...Polls are silly and misleading. Also, based on your own statements, I think it's a pretty good bet that you don't really know what you're spewing about. Case in point...
    Pouncer said"That being said, Romney (who I predicted countless times would win the Repub nomination) hasn't got a cat's chance in hell of winning this November. Which is good, as I get the warm feeling that socal is going to invest every fibre of his being into electing Romney during the next seven months. For him, it's going to be the disillusionment of a lifetime".

    Pouncer said"Obama will get in for the same reason he got in last time. End of.
    (Believe me, I wouldn't be so presumptuous as to call an election if it was anything but certain)."

    Pouncer said
    There you have it right off the bat: Romney will lose in November, and will have only a bitter campaign to show for it.

    I honestly believe (in fact, virtually know) that. Anyone care to prove me wrong?

    Pouncer saidNot that I generally agree with Obama's language, but it's obvious that Romney is going to get "predator droned" come November.

    Pouncer saidI feel sorry for the so-called 'conservaposse'. To them, I guess this is just what November will feel like.

    Pouncer saidseeing as I'm being painted as an overweening onlooker from afar, that I highly doubt Romney's disappointment this November will surprise most Americans.


    And, Romney will win on November 6, in your opinion CuriousJockAZ?
    Don't believe everything that these polls say because they are only sampling a very small percentage of the people. It is mostly propaganda. I don't believe in all these idiotic polls, they are bullshit.
  • CuriousJockAZ

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    Oct 24, 2012 5:08 PM GMT
    Pouncer said
    And, Romney will win on November 6, in your opinion CuriousJockAZ?



    Yes, by a surprisingly large margin. If I end up eating my words, so be it. I don't believe that will be necessary.
  • roadbikeRob

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    Oct 24, 2012 5:16 PM GMT
    CuriousJockAZ said
    Pouncer said
    And, Romney will win on November 6, in your opinion CuriousJockAZ?



    Yes, by a surprisingly large margin. If I end up eating my words, so be it. I don't believe that will be necessary.
    I think that if Romney does win on Nov. 6th, it will be by a relatively small margin. I think that Virginia, North Carolina, Florida, Indiana, Colorado, and probably Wisconsin will be the swing states that could go for Romney and tilt the election to his favor. A real earth shaker would be if New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Ohio go for Romney, that could cause a magnitude 8.9 earthquake. However, that all remains to be seen.
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    Oct 25, 2012 3:14 AM GMT
    Pouncer saidTroyAthlete's lies.


    Yes he does. That dishonest Rupaul in drag without the wig look-a-like is nuttier than a Christmas fruit cake, and fruitier too