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'Syria and Iran united against Israel

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by MaxShimba, May 6, 2009.

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    MaxShimba JF-Expert Member

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    Article's topics: Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Hizbullah, Bashar Assad


    Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Tuesday his country and Syria are united behind Palestinian "resistance" to Israel, taking a tough tone as he met with his top Arab ally, Syria's president.

    Ahmadinejad was expected to meet with the chiefs of Hamas and other Palestinian groups during his visit to Damascus, said Khaled Abdul-Majid of the Popular Struggle Front said. Iran is a strong supporter of militant Islamic groups in the region, including Hamas and Lebanon's Hizbullah.

    Ahmadinejad's visit to Syria comes as the US is trying to improve strained ties with the two longtime adversaries. But it could turn out to be another reminder of what a divisive role he plays on the world stage.

    Sitting alongside Syrian President Bashar Assad at a press conference, Ahmadinejad said the two countries' alliance was achieving "victories" in preventing "the big powers' offensive to dominate the region." "Syria and Iran have been from the very beginning united and in agreement to stand on the side of the Palestinian resistance," Ahmadinejad said. "They will continue to do so. We see that the resistance will continue until all occupied territories are liberated."
     
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    kela72 Senior Member

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    Mimi nafikiri wangeungana kwanza kuwatuliza ndugu zao huko Pakistan, Iraq n.k wasiuane. Wakiishakuwa na amani miongoni mwao ndiyo wanaweza kufanya meengi tu, hata "kuangamiza kabisa dunia". La sivyo haya 'madogoli' watacheza hadi mwisho wa dunia!
     
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    Edo JF-Expert Member

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    I don't see the common stand of the two countries on the "Palestine/Israel Conflict" go beyond the period after Iran's election, unless the Current Iran president wins again-something I doubt!!!! He has fumbled the Iran's economy, derailed the foreign relationship etc
     
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    I-ran? waaapi? Watakimbia mwaka huu.
     
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