Saturday, January 29, 2011

Iran to Egypt: Do As We Say, Not As We Did

You wonder how the guy can even say this while keeping a straight face:
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast has called on political leaders in Egypt to follow the “rightful demands” of their people.
“Iran expects Egyptian officials to listen to the voice of their Muslim people, respond to their rightful demands and refrain from exerting violence by security forces and police against an Islamic wave of awareness that has spread through the country in form of a popular movement,” Mehmanparast said Saturday.

He further pointed out that Tehran attaches great importance to the fulfillment of public demands in Egypt and added, “Iran regards demonstrations by the Muslim people of this country as a justice-seeking movement in line with their national-religious demands.”...
Of course, when folks were revolting in Ayatollahville, they were rounded up and summarily executed. So so much for Iran's regard for "the Muslim people" and their anti-government demonstrations.

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