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Falahat-pisheh on closure of Israeli embassy in Egypt:

More Muslim Nations Expected to Cut off Ties with Zionist Regime

Service : Politic
TEHRAN, Sept 14 (ICANA) – A senior member of the Iranian parliament has hailed the takeover of the Israeli embassy in Cairo by Egyptian people and said the closure of the Tel Aviv embassy in Cairo heralds closure of more Zionist regime embassies in other Muslim nations.
Wednesday, September 14, 2011 10:18:59 PM
More Muslim Nations Expected to Cut off Ties with Zionist Regime

Speaking to ICANA here Wednesday, member of the National Security and Foreign Policy Commission of the Iranian parliament, Heshmatollah Falahat-pisheh said the revolutionary movement in Egypt has three phases: it is against dictatorship; it is against Zionism; it is against imperialism. It seems that the movement has entered the third stage now, the MP said.

"In view of Egypt's special status and historical features, the Egyptian people are aware that the Muslim world has expectations from them which would eventually turn them into a country at the forefront of the justice-seeking Muslims," the lawmaker said.

He cited reopening of Rafah Crossing, halting free flights by Israeli military planes over the Sinai, border clashes and offering the first martyrs in post-1970s as new developments in the country.

The MP warned that the West is trying to create a new crisis in the region to overshadow the developments in Egypt by spreading the military and security aspects of the crisis to Syria.

Therefore, the lawmaker said, the Islamic states must be vigilant not to let new artificial crises be introduced to the region.

Falahat-pisheh said the least advantage of the Israeli embassy takeover in Cairo is that it must be closed forever and that would definitely encourage other Islamic nations to cut off their ties with the Zionist regime.

Angry Egyptian protesters destroyed parts of the protective cement wall around the Israeli embassy in Cairo after the Friday prayers and broke into the building, despite the presence of heavily armed Egyptian security forces.
The Israeli ambassador and other diplomatic staff were then forced to hurriedly leave the Egyptian capital.
According to medical sources, three people were killed and more than 1,000 people left injured in what has been described as the worst anti-Israeli outburst in Egypt in many years.
Many observers compare the storming of the Israeli embassy in Cairo with the takeover of the US embassy in the Iranian capital of Tehran following Iran's 1979 Islamic Revolution.

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