Egyptians storm Iranian ‘Embassy’ in Cairo

This is indeed an interesting development. It should be known that there have been no diplomatic relations between Egypt and Iran since the Iranian regime named a major street in Tehran after the man who murdered Anwar Sadat because Sadat made a peace deal with Israel.  After the MB gained political power in Egypt there has been steady progress towards normalization of relations between the two countries and Iran’s president actually made a trip to Cairo.

So its a rather delicious irony that the ultra religious sunni cultists have decided to attack the Iranian building holding the low level diplomatic mission in Egypt because they are the wrong flavour of Islam.

Gives one hope doesn’t it? Eventually the dragon does have to eat it’s own tail.

Thanks Magic Martin.

AHRAM.Org

Updated: Salafists attack residence of Iranian charge d’affaires in Cairo

Protesters condemn Iran, Shiism and Muslim Brotherhood during demonstration in Heliopolis; Iranian chargé d’affaires blames protest on Syrian opposition

Ahram Online , Friday 5 Apr 2013

Protesters put Syrian opposition flag
Protesters put Syrian opposition flag on the gate of the Charge d’ affaires of Iran in Egypt (Source:AP)

  • Salafists to hold conference against ‘spread of Shia doctrine in Egypt’
  • Cairo, Tehran inch closer
  • Dozens of protesters attempted to storm the residence of the Iranian chargé d’affaires in Cairo on Friday.

    The protesters, mostly Salafists, threw stones at the building and daubed offensive slogans on the outer wall.

    They chanted against Iran, Shias and the Muslim Brotherhood and in support of the Syrian opposition.

    “Let all the Muslim Brothers hear, we will not accept relations between Egypt and Iran,” the protesters chanted. “Iranian ambassador, Egypt will not be Shia, Egypt is a Sunni country” and “Egypt and Syria are one hand.

    The protesters, mostly Salafists, threw stones at the building and daubed offensive slogans on the outer wall.

    They chanted against Iran, Shias and the Muslim Brotherhood and in support of the Syrian opposition.

    “Let all the Muslim Brothers hear, we will not accept relations between Egypt and Iran,” the protesters chanted. “Iranian ambassador, Egypt will not be Shia, Egypt is a Sunni country” and “Egypt and Syria are one hand.”

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    I believe the video below was a casting call for the next, ‘Return to the Planet of the Apes’

    The best part is where you can hear the main bearded clam on the shoulders of some true unfortunate as he is demanding a period of quiet self reflection for self betterment. He says it many many times. And we all know that is what jihad means, right?

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    3 Replies to “Egyptians storm Iranian ‘Embassy’ in Cairo”

    1. I always thought that the Moslem Brotherhood created the Salafists so they could have an action arm they could publicly deny and privately praise, this action says that either they have lost control of the Salafists or that they are sending a message.

    2. “The Shias: Egypt’s forgotten Muslim minority”

      The Shia Ishmailia as rulers started in Tunisia and then moved east to conquer Libya & then Egypt where they ruled as the Fatimid Dynasty. Subsequent missionary activity brought it to Lebanon & Iran.

      909 AD to 1171 AD

      It almost look like Arab Spring Tunisia, Libya & Egypt. I feel like i am doing numerology 🙁

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