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Boroujerdi Receives New South Korean Ambassador

Islamic Awakening to Open New Chapter in Regional Equations

Service : Politic
TEHRAN, Feb 21 (ICANA) – Head of the Iranian parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy Commission Alaeddin Boroujerdi underscored that the waves of Islamic awakening spreading among the Muslim nations at present will usher in an epoch-making era in the region.
Monday, February 21, 2011 3:57:50 PM
Islamic Awakening to Open New Chapter in Regional Equations

"The waves of Islamic awakening among the Muslim nations will open a new chapter in the regional developments and equations," Boroujerdi said in a meeting with the new South Korean ambassador to Tehran on Sunday.

He further noted current uprisings in a number of regional countries, and said to establish peace, stability and tranquility in the region, rulers of the regional states should heed the demands of their people.

The prominent lawmaker also underlined Tehran's emphasis on regional peace and security, and stressed, "Maintenance of stability and tranquility and consolidation of security in the region constitute the policy of the Islamic Republic of Iran."

Political observers believe that people's uprisings in Tunisia, Egypt, Bahrain, Yemen and Jordan are the result of growing "Islamic awakening" in the Middle-Eastern countries.

People in the Middle-East now believe that the western approach to the ongoing revolutions in Egypt, Tunisia, Bahrain, Jordan and Yemen has unveiled the true nature of the West's stance on democracy.

The United States and certain other western countries have adopted a double-standard approach towards the popular protests against the dictatorial regimes in the region.

Political observers also believe that the recent uprisings in Tunisia, Egypt, Yemen, Bahrain and Jordan are the result of America's double standards in the Middle-East and its biased policies against different nations.

When asked if Mubarak was a dictator, United States Vice-President Joseph Biden said, "Mubarak has been an ally of ours in a number of things."

Western analysts underline that such statements leave negative effects on the Muslim nations of the region because it reveals that the United States has double standards when it comes to human rights and democracy.

The United States and Europe supported the dictatorship of Zine El Abidin Ben Ali, the ousted Tunisian President, and showed indifference to the Tunisian people's cries of protest.

In Egypt, the United States and the West also supported Mubarak in repressing Islamic groups and intellectuals and torturing freedom-seeking Egyptian youth.

Under the pretext of human rights, the United States criticizes establishments that respect human and civil rights but stand against its authoritarian policies.

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