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Lawmaker: Israel, US Shocked by Developments in Islamic States

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TEHRAN, Feb 22 (ICANA) – The US failure in supporting and keeping dictatorial regimes against popular uprisings and revolutions in the region shows the US and Israel's miscalculations and wrong assessment of the conditions in the region, a senior Iranian lawmaker stated on Tuesday.
Tuesday, February 22, 2011 9:04:53 PM
Lawmaker: Israel, US Shocked by Developments in Islamic States

Speaking to reporters on the sidelines of a parliament session here in Tehran today, Head of the parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy Commission Alaeddin Boroujerdi stated that the current developments in the Arab and Islamic states are the results of decades of wrong policies by the world powers. "Leaders of these (Arab and Islamic) countries obeyed these (wrong) policies to safeguard and maintain their rule, and this led into their long-time humiliation," Boroujerdi said. He said Americans imagined that their investments, moves and policies in these countries would lead into their stable reign over these countries and the region, and they are surprised to see the current uprisings in Egypt and other regional countries because these events came unexpected to the US policies, and Washington and the Zionist regime had never even thought of them. The comments by the Iranian lawmaker came after several revolutions and uprisings in the regional countries, including Tunisia, Egypt, Bahrain, Yemen and now Libya. The Libyan leader, Muammar Gaddafi, has recently faced an unprecedented revolt against his 41-year rule. Despite a brief 22-second television appearance on Monday, Gaddafi's grip on the country appears increasingly shaky as loyalists quit. Several fighter pilots have also defected after being ordered to fire on demonstrators. The uprising has spread to the capital, with gunfire rattling Tripoli, where protesters attacked police stations and the offices of the state broadcaster and set government buildings ablaze. Human rights groups say the Libyan government's crackdown has killed between 200 and 400.

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