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Larijani: US, Israel Crippled by Egyptian Revolution

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TEHRAN, April 18 (ICANA) – Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani underlined the importance and influence of the Egyptian uprising in the region, saying that the revolution has crippled the US and the Zionist regime.
Monday, April 18, 2011 6:09:39 PM
Larijani: US, Israel Crippled by Egyptian Revolution

"The US and the Zionist regime's backbones were broken by the Egyptian revolution," Larijani said in a meeting with Secretary-General of Egypt's Amal Party Majdi Hussein here in Tehran on Sunday evening.

He also pointed to the different aspects of the Egyptian revolution, and said, "The revolution of the Egyptian people restored the high status of the country in the world and among the Muslim nations."

Larijani announced the Iranian nation's full support for the revolution of the Egyptian people, and said maintenance of unity, solidarity and integrity among different Egyptian groups is necessary at such a sensitive juncture.

Political observers believe that people's uprisings in Egypt, Tunisia, Bahrain, Jordan, Yemen and Libya are the result of growing 'Islamic awakening' in the Middle-Eastern countries sparked over three decades ago by Iran's Islamic Revolution.

People in the Middle-East now believe that the western approach to the ongoing revolutions in these countries 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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