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Thursday, July 05, 2012

Great news: Ahmadinejad calls to congratulate Morsy

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinjad called Egyptian President Mohammed Morsy to congratulate him on his win in Egypt's Presidential election and to invite him to a summit of the Non-Aligned Countries. Egypt and Iran have not had diplomatic relations in more than 30 years.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad called his Egyptian counterpart Mohamed Mursi on Wednesday to wish the Muslim Brotherhood politician success, the Egyptian state news agency reported.

The call appeared to be the first contact between the two leaders since Mursi was sworn in as president of Egypt, a country which has not had diplomatic relations with Tehran for 30 years.

Ahmadinejad invited Mursi to attend a summit of the Non-Aligned Movement scheduled to be held in Tehran on August 29, the state news agency said, quoting Mursi's spokesman. It did not say whether he had accepted.

Ties between Cairo and Tehran were severed in 1980 following Iran's Islamic revolution and Egypt's recognition of Israel.
Aren't you glad Obama cut Hosni Mubarak loose and brought 'democracy' to the Middle East? What could go wrong?

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At 4:37 AM, Blogger Unknown said...

Don't forget Najis

At 4:37 AM, Blogger Unknown said...

Dont forget Najis


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