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Cairo Conference: On Liberation Of Ahwaz From Iran

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The products of Zionists who are occupied by Israel, Britain, France and other western countries for decades and are living a life of humiliation, are actually aiming to liberate the so called Ahwaz Arab Lands from Iran. :- D

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Meanwhile, tension flared between the two countries during the conference titled "Support for the Ahwaz People," which was held in Cairo yesterday [Jan. 10] against what the conference organizers called "the Persian occupation of the Ahwaz Arab land."

Since the arrival of the Muslim Brotherhood to power, Egypt and Iran have been experiencing on-off tension in their relations, especially following the speech of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi at the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) Summit that was held in Tehran last year. Morsi confirmed that Egypt will remain the protector of Sunni Islam in the world.

However, the relations between the two countries are likely to take on a new turn following the recent controversial conference in Cairo that coincided with Salehi's visit to Egypt.

The conference included representatives of Al-Azhar Mosque, the World Islamic Coordinating Council, the Ahwazi "Justice" movement, the Forum of Muslim Scholars, and the International Humanitarian Institutions Union, in addition to the Egyptian Reform Party and the Building and Development Party, the political arm of the Gamaa Islamiya.

However, the most surprising thing was the presence of Emad Abdel Ghafour, the president's assistant for community outreach (a Salafist). This suggests that while the Egyptian regime exchanged words of praise with its Iranian counterpart, it has been sponsoring the opposing conference behind the scenes.

In his speech, Abdel Ghafour called for this conference "to be the launching pad for supporting the cause of the Arab people in every neighboring Arab country against the Persian occupation."

"We raise our voices not only in the names of Arabs but also in the names of Sunni Kurds and Ahwaz people who have been subjected to great injustice. While some countries raise the banners of justice, we seek more than that. We want to show our support for the oppressed."

Saudi preacher Mohammed al-Arifi, who delivered a speech, claimed that Iran benefits from 90% of gas resources and produces more than 87% of the Ahwaz oil and exports it to the world. "Iran used the Ahwaz oil to fight Muslims, the Islamic ideology and the Koran," he added.

The conference has overshadowed Salehi's visit. During his meeting with Salehi at the headquarters of Al-Azhar in Cairo, Ahmed al-Tayeb, Sheik of Al-Azhar addressed the "call of help" he received from Sunnites in Iran, claiming they do not enjoy their basic rights and their right to practice their own traditions and culture, according to the rights of minorities set forth in the Islamic law and other international laws.

Demanding "full rights of Sunnis in Iran," confirming that Al-Azhar rejects Iranian intervention in Bahrain's internal affairs.

In light of these tensions, questions remain about the future of Egyptian-Iranian relations. This is true in spite of a report by The Times (of London) on existing security cooperation between the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and the Iranian regime in order to learn a lesson from Iran’s experience in controlling security forces in the wake of an Islamic revolution. al-monitor.com

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Disgraceful. Will there be no end to stupidity by youknowwhos supported and funded by youknowwhoelse. They just will not learn from history. If it wasn't for Iran, more specifically if it wasn't for Ayatollah Khomeini, the whole of Islam would now be a disoriented mess. How I wish that man was alive today. Our brothers in various countries try to appease their Western masters in every way they can, they are now advertising Islam through Westernised talent shows and the like. Our Kurdish and Ahwazi brothers seem to have forgotten how the Western puppet Shah used to treat them, like second-rate animals. 40 years ago our Kurdish brothers used to live in the mountains and were denied anything like human rights, now they have the best cars, the nicest houses, the easiest lives. Shame, shame, shame.

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They are doing their best to cause internal conflict in Iran. Its very hard though, because Iran is like 95% shia. So they try to cause problems based on ethnicity and political preference. Mojahideen Khalq or the green movement and now the independence of Ahwaz.

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Disgraceful. Will there be no end to stupidity by youknowwhos supported and funded by youknowwhoelse. They just will not learn from history. If it wasn't for Iran, more specifically if it wasn't for Ayatollah Khomeini, the whole of Islam would now be a disoriented mess. How I wish that man was alive today. Our brothers in various countries try to appease their Western masters in every way they can, they are now advertising Islam through Westernised talent shows and the like. Our Kurdish and Ahwazi brothers seem to have forgotten how the Western puppet Shah used to treat them, like second-rate animals. 40 years ago our Kurdish brothers used to live in the mountains and were denied anything like human rights, now they have the best cars, the nicest houses, the easiest lives. Shame, shame, shame.

The conference was not even organized by Ahwazi folks or Kurds and etc... it was organized by Egyptians and Saudis to demand the rights of so called oppressed Arabs of Ahwaz LOL And label them as oppressed Sunni Arabs.

These are the same people who banned the Shia mosques in Egypt, oppress Shia Arabs in Saudi, and kill Shia Arabs in Bahrain, Yemen, Syria and Iraq. And instead label the Shia Arabs in their own countries as Majoosi Rawafidh Persians.

Ahwaz or Iraq, Palestine or many parts of Egypt or North Africa, they are all non-Arab lands. The Arab population expanded from Hejaz, Yemen and some parts of Syria to these lands... First of all there is no such great demand from Arabs in today’s Ahwaz for secession, but if any Arab wants that, then they can take their goods and go back to their ancestral lands, to Hejaz or Yemen....

The governments of Saudi, Egypt, Qatar and some other Sunni haters want to avenge the fall of Iraq to Shias… And they think that it is Iran who pushes people in Bahrain, Eastern Saudi or Yemen to fight for their rights… They do not and cannot face the reality… Today’s reality is that people in those regions do not want to live under Salafi and monarchist oppression or humiliation anymore and they will keep fighting for their rights…with or without Iran’s support. This has nothing to do with Iran or its interference. Some days the eastern Saudi, north Yemen or Bahrain will explode in a way that no one can control it if the oppression continues. And the outside powers such as those in the west might even change sides as well, as they always look for their financial and political interests and will leave and kick their own allies in the third world countries as soon as they feel they no longer need them.

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I might be mistaken but Morsi's assistant in this so called conference is not from MB but from the Salafist party. Furthermore, there is nothing wrong with holding such gatherings. Nothing wrong whatsoever.

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Egypt must prevent moves harmful to ties with Iran: Iranian lawmaker

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Chairman of Iran's Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Committee Alaeddin Boroujerdi

A senior Iranian lawmaker has called on the Egyptian government to prevent measures that could undermine the relations between Tehran and Egypt.

On Monday, Chairman of Iran's Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Committee Alaeddin Boroujerdi urged the Egyptian government to condemn an anti-Iran conference recently held in Cairo and prevent future measures that could undermine the relations between the two countries.

Boroujerdi made the remarks in reference to an anti-Iran conference which was held in Egypt concurrent with the recent visit of Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi to the African country.

“It seems that this measure has been carried out by the radical Salafi elements, who are led by countries such as Qatar and Saudi Arabia, and with the aim of preventing the expansion of ties and cooperation between Iran and Egypt,” the Iranian lawmaker added.

“We hope that, despite political and economic problems in the new Egypt, [Egyptian President Mohamed] Morsi does not fall into the trap of such radical groups,” Boroujerdi said.

Earlier on Monday, Head of Iran's Interest Section in Egypt Mojtaba Amani also criticized the conference and said Tehran had voiced its protest to the Egyptian Foreign Ministry with regards to this issue.

Iran had severed ties with Egypt because Cairo signed the 1978 Camp David Accords with the Israeli regime and offered asylum to Iran's deposed monarch Mohammad Reza Pahlavi.

However, Tehran and Cairo resumed their bilateral ties after the Egyptian revolution that toppled dictator Hosni Mubarak in 2011.

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I might be mistaken but Morsi's assistant in this so called conference is not from MB but from the Salafist party. Furthermore, there is nothing wrong with holding such gatherings. Nothing wrong whatsoever.

Let me get this right:

When these Salafis/Ikhwanists fund the suicide bombings such as the one the other day in Pakistan, oppress their own Shia citizens, declare that Shias are Mushrikeen and it is ok if they are murdered, they even prevent Shia citizens to become school teachers in Saudi, to join the police in Bahrain, or build a mosque in Egypt... Now the same people [like Al-Arifi and Abdel Ghafour] hold a conference in Egypt (next door to 60-yr occupied Palestine) and demand liberation, justice and equality for the Arabs of Ahwaz in Iran (whose majority population is Shia)... You think nothing is wrong with that? "to be the launching pad for supporting the cause of the Arab people in every neighboring Arab country against the Persian occupation." AND Saudi preacher Mohammed al-Arifi declares (Shia Iran) as a Kafir state and claims that "Iran used the Ahwaz oil to fight Muslims, the Islamic ideology and the Koran," But, you see no problem with such people and such gatherings? You need more racist people with more sectarian bloods to say and do even more racist things to call it something wrong?

I hope you were not serious when you said that.

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Let me get this right:

When these Salafis/Ikhwanists fund the suicide bombings such as the one the other day in Pakistan, oppress their own Shia citizens, declare that Shias are Mushrikeen and it is ok if they are murdered, they even prevent Shia citizens to become school teachers in Saudi, to join the police in Bahrain, or build a mosque in Egypt... Now the same people [like Al-Arifi and Abdel Ghafour] hold a conference in Egypt (next door to 60-yr occupied Palestine) and demand liberation, justice and equality for the Arabs of Ahwaz in Iran (whose majority population is Shia)... You think nothing is wrong with that? "to be the launching pad for supporting the cause of the Arab people in every neighboring Arab country against the Persian occupation." AND Saudi preacher Mohammed al-Arifi declares (Shia Iran) as a Kafir state and claims that "Iran used the Ahwaz oil to fight Muslims, the Islamic ideology and the Koran," But, you see no problem with such people and such gatherings? You need more racist people with more sectarian bloods to say and do even more racist things to call it something wrong?

I hope you were not serious when you said that.

No nothing wrong whatsoever!

The devil you know is definitely better than the one you dont. And what a better way to get to know your enemies and their grievances than these kinds of gatherings?

You know? I am not too scared from a stupid fatwa issued by some retarded Salafi cleric who lives in some far far away village in Saudi and lives in 8th century but from television and facebook. Because the former is stupid, pointless, and hollow; and the latter, so smart that they are going to change our traditional ways of life that has taken 1000s of years to ripen forever... and replace it with a monetized one.

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^In that regard, that is different... I thought you meant nothing is wrong with what they were doing and that they have a valid and a right mission by organization such a conference to demand the rights of Iranian Arabs.

Other than that of course they won't make any difference especially against the powerful Iran... Iran is not Iraq or Syria.. they had their chance and the best they could come up with was Jundullah in Baluchistan with a few suicide bombers where the the heads of the groups already been silenced or are serving in prisons.

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