Shariatmadari is still smartin’

11 Jul, '07

Al-Waqt brought the following to our attention this morning:

Shariatmadari, Iranian leadership consultant

استنكرت فعاليات سياسية ونيابية ورسمية ادعاءات أحد المسؤولين الإيرانيين الذي اعتبر البحرين جزءا من الأراضي الإيرانية. فقد جاء مقال مندوب مرشد الثورة الإسلامية الإيرانية ومدير تحرير صحيفة كيهان حسين شريعتمداري بعد يوم واحد من تسلم الرئيس الإيراني أوراق اعتماد راشد بن سعد الدوسري كسفير فوق العادة لدى الجمهورية الإسلامية الإيرانية. لقد شن مندوب مرشد الثورة الإيرانية في مؤسسة كيهان الصحافية ومدير صحيفة كيهان هجوما غير مبرر على دول الخليج العربي مدعيا أن ‘’البحرين جزء من الأراضي الإيرانية وقد انفصلت عن إيران إثر تسوية غير قانونية بين الشاه المعدوم وحكومات الولايات المتحدة الأميركية وبريطانيا’’. زاعما أن ‘’المطلب الأساسي للشعب البحريني حاليا هو إعادة هذه المحافظة التي تم فصلها عن إيران إلى الوطن الأم والأصلي، ومن بديهيات الأمور أنه لا يجب التخلي عن هذا الحق المطلق لإيران والناس في هذه المحافظة التي تم فصلها!’’.

والغريب أن يأتي هذا التصريح قبيل استقبال الرئيس الإيراني محمود احمدي نجاد في مقر الرئاسة بطهران بعد ظهر أمس سفير مملكة البحرين لدى الجمهورية محملا إياه ‘’التحيات للقيادة الرشيدة وتمنياته لمملكة البحرين حكومة وشعبا دوام التقدم والازدهار’’
الوقت – ١١ يوليو ٢٠٠٧

Apparently this guy – who is one of the Iranian leadership’s consultants – is demanding that Bahrain be returned to the folds of the Iranian Nation as the United Nations declaration to remain both Arab and independent is null and void as it was the word of the dual-Great Satans (Amerika and UK).

The real reason he wants Bahrain back (which he won’t get even in his wettest dreams) is because we beat them fair and square in football and got them kicked out of the World Cup, and this – he thinks – is the punishment we deserve!

On the serious side, he just made the major point for foreign forces to stay in the Gulf indefinitely to counter the expansionist endeavours of Iran’s mullahocracy. Of course when you have ex-parliamentarians like Abdulla Al-A’ali holding their “democracy” at such a “shining example” of how democracies should be, and when people like Isa Qassim continues to shout “Down with Liberals Secularism” on two separate occasions and demanding that Shari’a be applied in Bahrain… well, you get the picture why a lot of people are really jittery.

The political lines between Bahrain and Iran have been burning at one million Kelvin since this story broke when Shariatmadari authored his OpEd in his paper, I just hope that this will get resolved soon and that the Iranian leadership will come on and unequivocally state that they do recognise Bahrain as independent and kick this moron’s ass into oblivion.

UPDATE 18 July, ’07: full translation of original article in Arabic is available here.

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  1. I can only think that the Iranian gov’t and its mouthpieces have got to keep coming up with news worthy issues in order to take attention away from its own corruption and ineptness. This just appears to be another big news item in a string of recent controversies. On the other hand, it does bring back memories of Saddam’s march into Kuwait. They think they “own” you – see below. Let’s hope this is just a lot of hot air.

    I read this:

    The editor of the Iranian daily Kayhan, Hossein Shari’atmadari, who is close to Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, harshly attacked the Gulf countries because their representatives claim that the three islands of Greater Tunb, Lesser Tunb, and Abu Moussa belong to the U.A.E., not Iran.

    In his article, Shari’atmadari stated that these countries, “none of which are older than a century,” were being run by “the forces of arrogance” (i.e. the West and the U.S.) and that they were cooperating with Israel. He added that Bahrain was part of Iranian territory, separated from it by joint conspiracy of the deposed Shah Pahlavi, England, and the U.S., and that it must be returned to its owners.

    the MEMRI blog:
    http://www.thememriblog.org/blog_personal/en/2088.htm .

  2. mahmood says:

    Looks like the following memo didn’t reach Shariatmadri yet:

    President calls on Islamic nations to thwart plots
    Tehran, July 10, IRNA

    Iran-Bahrain-Solidarity
    President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Tuesday that Islamic nations should foil conspiracies of enemies through solidarity and cooperation.

    Ahmadinejad made the remarks in a meeting with new Bahraini Ambassador to Iran Rashid bin Saad bin Zafar al-Dusari.

    The president said that the foes of the Islam and regional nations are against brotherhood and friendship among regional governments.

    Pointing to Iranians’ willingness to expand relations with regional countries including Bahrain, the president said friendly ties between Tehran and Manama will serve bilateral interests, prosperity of the two countries and helping establish peace and security in the Middle East.

    “We should make efforts to expand cooperation and solidarity among Muslim nations to foil conspiracies of the world arrogance,” he added.

    Ahmadinejad called the economic and cultural cooperation as two factors to develop Iran-Bahrain relations, saying that officials of the two countries should work hard to strengthen friendly and brotherly ties.

    The new ambassador, for his part, said that both Iranian and Bahraini nations enjoy a common religion and strong relations, adding the governments of the two countries are willing to develop ties in line with their own national interests.

    AN/2322/1416

  3. Zainal says:

    this is ridiculous …
    so is all-Waqt certain of this bull , or they actually made it up to sense the reaction … ?

  4. Anonymous says:

    ‘’المطلب الأساسي للشعب البحريني حاليا هو إعادة هذه المحافظة التي تم فصلها عن إيران إلى الوطن الأم والأصلي، ومن بديهيات الأمور أنه لا يجب التخلي عن هذا الحق المطلق لإيران والناس في هذه المحافظة التي تم فصلها!’’

    blame me when i doubt the loyalty of some people here in bahrain !!

    as we say there is no smoke without fire !

  5. Dibujante says:

    sorry … No.4 anon was me

  6. mahmood says:

    And that’s exactly what “Madri” wants to happen and you have fallen into it right proper.

    Why do you elect to mark your fellow Bahrainis as traitors to their land and identity rather than uniting against the call of this dipstick and demanding that HE, not your fellow Bahrainis, offer at least an apology and HIS government to unequivocally come out and state that they have and never will claim Bahrain as their own, ever?

    Think for goodness’ sake, don’t just throw dangerous accusations like that for nothing.

  7. Dibujante says:

    For nothing you said !! … the reality here says something else … the past and even the present indicates that !! .. no one who loves chis country harms its economy … no one who is loyal get trained by hezbollah in lebanon and in Qum to fight his fellow bahraini’s !!!

  8. Dibujante says:

    I feel sorry for anyone who considers the analysis, if you can even call it that, on this website a reliable indication of what the Bahraini people actually think.

    Get back into your cage.

  9. mahmood says:

    So why are you still hiding (or attempting to anyway) behind a proxy before you post here then?

    Or is it you choose to spread this filth of sectarianism (not to mention unwarranted personal attacks) incognito?

    Stand up behind your convictions like a man, rather than continue to just throw rocks over the wall and running for cover like the coward you are.

  10. Zainal says:

    Moo , btw im posting behind a proxy too because i cant read your blog from work … the ISP still baning your blog me think …

  11. mahmood says:

    Nah, it’s your work’s firewall methinks…

  12. Zainal says:

    im responsible for that FW i know … but methink its 2connect problemoo

  13. mahmood says:

    Ah, possibly the .TV that threw them off then… poke them, they should fix it.

  14. Dibujante says:

    the american dibujante is not me !!! im not using a proxy !!

  15. Just me says:

    Correction:

    Isa Qassim shouted “Down down Secularism” not Liberals as stated in the post above.

  16. Ammar says:

    I dont mind Iran taking us over long as they provide adequate jobs, a (much) more reliable Housing ministry, and stops deducting 1% from my salary

    lol

  17. mahmood says:

    Noted. JM. Thank you.

  18. Anonymous says:

    post 14 is right mahmood. recently your site places random name when you try to post a comment. its happened to me a few times.

  19. mahmood says:

    Not that simple actually. Caching mechanisms do not cache input fields and cookies get served without information to automatically fill those names in. The above was an intentional identity theft which is not the first time it happened. It did before for MoClippa. But the coward just will remain a coward and not own up to his own beliefs.

  20. mahmood says:

    ah yes, the sad boy continues to intrigue me, other than stealing personalities, the coward also commented using:

    rez – enigma84@gmail.com | IP: 204.104.55.241
    News reader | IP: 204.104.55.242
    Dibujante | IP: 204.104.55.243
    Anonymous | IP: 204.104.55.243

    all emanating from the lovely city of Troy in Michigan, USA using Electronic Data Systems as the ISP.

    Enigma? Hardly!

    Let’s just ignore the twerp and carry on…

  21. ASKAD says:

    9adooh 😀 good job mahmood, show him who is the boss here.

  22. can we talk says:

    I dont mind Iran taking us over long as they provide adequate jobs, a (much) more reliable Housing ministry, and stops deducting 1% from my salary

    you cant be serious,

  23. mahmood says:

    and if I personally pay that 1% (how much is it anyway? in BD or Tuman, whichever you prefer) for the rest of your life, would you move to Iran?

  24. forzaq8 says:

    I think Iranian know that when Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says something good about other ARABIAN gulf country he is faking it , one of our diplomats in Iran was beat up , and now this ? and then they go out and wonder why can’t we trust them

  25. Ammar : better jobs ?
    are you insane ?
    you must be on crack boy …

  26. Chill Out says:

    Iran can threaten all they like, they have barely any air defense. Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and the UAE all have phenomenal air forces. Enough said about that, furthermore the US has subs in the gulf with trident missiles (nukes) so no one should really worry about anything that Iran has to say, they are going down the same road Russia did during the cold war. they are concentrating on capital goods and neglecting the needs of their people. They are already rationing petrol, and i seriously doubt Iran is self subsistent.

    Some people seem to shit bricks at the slightest threat Iran has against our little island. I just say relax fix the issues here in Bahrain with an open mind and fair practices. Bahrain is a cosmopolitan country with an Arab flair Iran will never drop their dreary quarter century old BS.

    And a word to Shariatmadari, Bahrain has existed in various forms since 4000BC.

  27. The Traveler says:

    Your site became an identity theft and spy work on proxy..
    Nice.. anyway.. for the news u posted.. I think Bahrain is Bahrain for all Bahraini People.. nothing enshallah will change by the god well.. One Community.. thats it..

  28. The fake Dibujante says:

    The aforementioned company is not an ISP, daniel-sun..

    Posting a set of public IPs may impress some of your simple-minded readers, but it shows how little you know about the Internet, daniel-sun…

    I am not hiding behind a proxy, but rather in front of one, daniel-sun…

    I am slightly West of Michigan, daniel-sun…

    I am not those other members you think I am, daniel-sun…

    You have a lot to learn my little cake-eating friend.

  29. mahmood says:

    Ah, the insecure cowardly insect is now hiding behind an anonymizer too! Brilliant! 😛

    Listen boy, if you really want to be taken seriously… oh never mind, you never will anyway.

  30. Dibujante says:

    >>Ah, the insecure cowardly insect is now hiding behind an anonymizer too!

    Jealous? I wonder how many anonymizers it would take to completely cover you from east to west.

  31. mahmood says:

    bwahahaha! now bugger off and get a life. 😀

  32. rez says:

    hmm so mahmood are you implying that someone has been posting under my name and email from EDS??

    I used to work there and they have direct satellite feeds for their internet connection

    but what I really don’t like is seeing my name being used as a cover-up for someone else’s bull

    Besides I wouldn’t throw such retarded comments like that twerp did

    anyways sorry for breaking the discussion but just wanted to prove a point that I have no relation with spammers

  33. mahmood says:

    Thank you rez, and the answer is yes they are, I can give you the trace I ran if it would help you nail the twerp. I ran it on June 28th and it did lead to EDS.

  34. Karimi says:

    WHAT?! Invade Bahrain because of a football match!? So much for an “ADVISOR TO THE IRANIAN SUPREME LEADER”, it’s the 21st century damnit!
    I’ve got 2 words for em- buzz off. 😀

  35. mahmood says:

    The question is, why isn’t there any demos other than just a handful at the Iranian embassy yesterday? I would have thought that demonstrating is a national passtime here that this is a perfect opportunity!

    Weird, must have been busy with that “down with sectarianism and victory to Islam” chanting…

  36. Karimi says:

    “national passtime” haha exactly :mrgreen:

  37. Ras Rumani says:

    So now did u get why strikes and voilence takes place in bahrain.. these youths that get hit because people backing iranian thoughts like these tell them to make mischief .. Did u get what i used to mean when i used to say that they donot want rights they want something else .. they want bahrain to be theirs and iran is backing voilence like these… dont blame the security…..

  38. Ras Rumani says:

    hehe, there were only a handful coz all these were sunnis who love bahrain,, the shias themselves what bahrain to be irans or a shia government… did u get it.. that is why they create voilence and get their ass burned by security.

  39. Ras Rumani says:

    hehe, Only a handful coz all who protested were sunnis who love bahrain,, the shias themselves want bahrain to be irans or a shia government… did u get it.. that is why they create voilence and get their ass burned by security.

  40. Chill Out says:

    What benefit will a demonstration do, oh it will really make Iran shake in its boots? Deal with it diplomatically, and bilaterally, that way we don’t look like cavemen or savages in the international community. Honestly i despise the demonstrations in Bahrain even when they are for good causes they almost always go awry i honestly believe dialog is the best resolution for most problems. In any case the foreign ministry is already in a dialog with Iran about that blunder of a comment. Iran has enough enemies as it is, and isn’t in the best position to make silly comments the last thing they need is to aggravate Bahrain and its allies.

    To be frank its really as silly a situation as Britain trying to laying claim to the US and France laying claim to Canada, Bahrain is an Independent sovereign country and will remain so inshalla so Iran had better just live with it.

  41. mahmood says:

    What benefit will a demonstration do

    Make your position known. What else are demonstrations for?

  42. Chill Out says:

    First off, demonstrating against Iran will do little to influence the politicians in Iran. What is Hussain Shariatmadari, gonna say? Oh my i was wrong the Bahrain’s don’t actualy want to be a part us after all.

    There isnt any cowboy politics on our part here, the Government of Bahrain is doing the right thing by being patient and bringing the Iranian Foreign Minister to Bahrain and having a sit down with him and setting the records straight. Someone has to be held accountable for these statements and if they don’t fall in-line with the national policies of Iran and i really hope they aren’t then, then i think this guy needs to be removed from his post.

    Furthermore, when it comes to the matter of demonstrations sadly are overdone in Bahrain and while it is a freedom and a right and I’m totally behind. People whom practice these freedoms more than not turn often violent, they hold much less potency than they did a number of years ago. Bahrainis have grown weary of demonstration after demonstration and don’t take it seriously anymore. Don’t get me wrong, people organising and marching together as one people peacefully is a beautiful thing, but of late its rarely been peaceful nor beautiful.

    That’s why i stand by dialog as a much better option. That’s why i like your blog Mahmood it encourages dialog and there are many opposing positions yet if looked at objectively all can be appreciated and learnt from.

  43. Korosh says:

    You guys need alittle bit of history. Bahrain had been part of Persia before any single arab state existed. Persians have been living there for a long time. How can you expect Iran not to claim bahrain as part of Iran when arabs try to change for ever persian gulf to arabian gulf.

  44. Zainal says:

    burp…

    are we talking ice age here ?

  45. Karimi says:

    Excuse me? Bahrain belongs to Bahraini’s, live with it.

  46. Korosh says:

    Ofcourse Bahrain belongs to Bahraini’s KARIMI.

    But who are Bahraini’s?. 70% of Bahranii’s are

    being suppressed by a dynesty who doesn’t even

    belong to bahrain and got there on 18th

    century. It’s a stupid cooment made by

    sharyatmadari as Iran gave up the claim. But

    you should respect your country’s history and

    don’t deny the fact that Iranian people and

    roots have been in bahrain since 700 BC and it

    was part of iran till 17th century.

  47. Anonymous says:

    Koroosh,

    Bahrain was ruled for a couple centuries
    by Iranian ruling families who no longer
    have any power.

    But it has been inhabited mainly by Arabs
    for thousands of years. How can you say
    it’s Iranian? Because they once took it
    by force?

  48. Karimi says:

    1. Im Persian.
    2. I never denied, I know Bahrain was a part of Iran.. But it dosent mean they can just INVADE us now! It’s BAHRAIN now and no we dont need Iran to take over ❗ & if Sharyatmadari was educated enough he woudnt have said that 😀

  49. Zainal says:

    invade us ?
    I think a soccer match should decide 😉
    LOL !

    ok as in for Sharyatmadari , he was pretty doped when he threw the bull at the journalists so take it easy … he was hiiiigh !

    i would say almost the same if i was as high as he was …

  50. mahmood says:

    But who are Bahraini’s?. 70% of Bahranii’s are being suppressed by a dynesty who doesn’t even belong to bahrain and got there on 18th century.

    What’s that got to do with you, Iran or anyone else for that matter? This is a purely internal matter than we can resolve ourselves without your or anyone else’s interference.

  51. Sarah Ashoor - Cynical Irony says:

    But who are Bahraini’s?. 70% of Bahranii’s are being suppressed by a dynesty who doesn’t even belong to bahrain and got there on 18th century.

    I find all of this rather amusing. Let’s put this into perspective. Since our Iranian friend is talking about majorities having the right to rule and claim land. The entire world should be colonized by the outflow of over 40 Million Indians that have migrated and are living in Asia, Africa, America, Europe (Especially Britain where the Indian Community is the largest Ethnic Community with over 1.5 million Indians living in the UK that have been there for over 4 generations). Maybe the Queen should give part of the British Isles to the Indians to rule eh? Perhaps we should have the presence of the Ghandi Dynasty claiming British land? *Chuckle*

    Or actually why go all the way to Britain based on our friends theory, Dubai with a population of over 50% of Indians surely must rightfully belong to the Republic of India?

    *Sigh*.. What a joke! Mind you our friend should also realise that this 70% he is wailing about are principally of ARAB origin.. The majority in Bahrain are Bahraani (shia arabs) NOT Iranians! Not that this is relevant as to who must rule but anyway! *Sigh*.. what a moron.. as they say let barking dogs.. bark!

    What’s next Farsi should be the official language?!

  52. mahmood says:

    Actually teaching Farsi – even basic – in schools in Bahrain should be done as a matter of course.

    Iran is our largest neighbour and potentially can be even a bigger market than Saudi, so learning their language should be mandatory.

  53. Korosh says:

    Dear Bahraini’s,

    Bahrain belongs to Bahraini people and no one has the right to even talk about invading It. As a non-Bahraini I can’t say what’s the best for Bahrain. And please ignore that sharyatmadari guy, he is not the voice of Iranian people. Let’s hope for democracy and stability In the persian gulf. Here are the links to some websites which I recommend to BAHRAINI’S to read.

    http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20070212.wxiranbahrain12/BNStory/International/?pageRequested=2

    http://www.bahrainrights.org/node/27

    http://www.answers.com/topic/history-of-bahrain

  54. mahmood says:

    Full translation of the original article is available here, and I represented below for convenience:

    بقلم : حسين شريعتمداري ترجمة :راية الطرفي
    يوم الخميس الماضي ,دافع وزراء الخارجية والدفاع لدول مجلس تعاون الخليج الفارسي –وكعادتهم في السنوات الاخيرة- عن ادعاء الامارات العربية المتحدة لملكية الجزر الثلاث,طنب الكبرى وطنب الصغرى وابوموسى,وذلك عبر البيان الختامي لاجتماعاتهم التي دامت لمدة ثلاثة ايام في الرياض.وطالبوا الجمهورية الاسلامية بأن تنهي الخلافات الموجودة حول ملكية هذه الجزر من خلال المحادثات.
    الدول الاعضاء في مجلس تعاون الخليج الفارسي –السعودية,الكويت,الامارات,البحرين,قطر وعمان-و التي لا يتعدى تاريخ تشكيل أي منها 100 عام,تعلم تماما ان الملكية الحقيقية للجزر تعود لايران ودون منازع,وهي حتى في ابعد الافاق والتصورات لا تستطيع ان تتخيل يوما تنخدش فيه هذه الملكية .اذن الدافع وراء تكرار هذا الادعاء الواهي وغير الحقيقي ليس احتمال خروج هذه الجزر من ملكية ايران.اذن ما هي القضية؟

    للإجابة على هذا السؤال بداية يجب الاشارة للمستندات التي تثبت السيادة المطلقة لايران على هذه الجزر الثلاث :

    1.بالاضافة للخرائط المتعددة الباقية منذ عهد اليونان القديمة-قبل ميلاد المسيح-والتي تذكر ان كل الجزر الواقعة في الخليج الفارسي تعود ملكيتها لايران,فخرائط القرون الاخيرة الرسمية المُعدَّة من قبل دول مثل ,انجلترا,فرنسا,روسيا,البرتغال,اسبانياو…والتي تُحفظ كوثائق رسمية ,تعتبر جزر الخليج الفارسي ,ومن ضمنها طنب الكبرى والصغرى وابوموسى,جزءً من الاراضي الايرانية.ايضا دولة انجلترا التي كانت حاضرة في المنطقة لاكثر من قرنين والتي كانت في نزاع مع الدول المتعاقبة في ايران في بعض الامور,اعدّت في المجموع 23 خريطة رسمية عن المنطقة وفي كلها وبدون استثناء الجزر الثلاث ملك لايران.

    2.في عام 1830Ù… القبطان “جي.بي.بروكس” من قبل شركة الهند الشرقية-المتعلقة بدولة انجلترا الاستعمارية- اعد خريطة ملوّنة عن الخليج الفارسي .في هذه الخريطة التي يوجد منها نسخة في كل من وزراة الخارجية البريطانية Ùˆ مخزن الوثائق الرسمية في الامم المتحدة,الجزر الثلاث طنب الكبرى والصغرى وابوموسى ملوّنة بلون الاراضي الايرانية .القبطان بروكس سكن المنطقة ما يقارب الاثنى عشر عاما وذلك لاعداد هذه الخريطة.

    3.في عام 1835,صاموئيل هنل,عيّن مسئولا عن ترسيم حدود الدول في الخليج الفارسي.رسم هنل في خريطته خطا افتراضيا في مياه الخليج الفارسي وكانت الجزر الثلاث تقع في اعلى الخط-شمال الخط- وتُعتَبر ملكا لايران.

    4.في يناير العام التالي-1836-الرائد موريسين,خليفة صاموئيل هنل, تابع مهمة سلفه وبعد المناقشات مع مشايخ الخليج الفارسي ,اعد الخريطة التي ايّدوها.في هذه الخريطة الجزر الثلاث تقع في النقطة الاكثر عمقا ضمن الحدود الايرانية .

    5.في عام 1881 القوة البحرية البريطانية اعدت خريطة اخرى من منطقة الخليج الفارسي وكانت الجزر والاراضي الايرانية ملونة بلون واحد.

    6.في عام 1886 اعدت ادارة المعلومات البريطانية خريطة ايران بلون واحد للجزر الثلاث والاراضي الايرانية وفي 12 يونيو من نفس العام سلم الوزير المنتخب الانجليزي الخريطة لناصر الدين شاه في طهران.

    7.في عام 1908,اعطت ايران ترخيص استخراج التراب الاحمر –حجر الحديد- في ابوموسى ,لشركة ونجهاوس الالمانية واعترضت انجلترا على ذلك بسبب سوء العلاقات بين انجلترا والمانيا انذاك.طالبت انجلترا باعطاء الترخيص للشركات البريطانية مما يعني التاكيد على سيادة ايران على الجزيرة.
    ونستغني عن ذكر عشرات الوثائق الاخرى ومن ضمنها الاحكام لتنصيب المحافظين في ميناء لنجة التي تعد شبه الجزيرة المذكورة جزءا منها.

    8.الوثيقة الاصلية والوحيدة التي تبرزها الامارات لاثبات ادعاءها هي رسالة من الشيخ يوسف الحاكم الايراني في ميناء لنجه للشيخ حميد القاسمي حاكم راس الخيمة .وفيها للمجاملة وابراز الادب –الذي كان رائجا وموجود في اغلب الرسائل المشابهة- يقول : ابوموسى لكم (وتعني اننا في خدمتكم)
    والنقطة محط الانتباه ان الشيخ يوسف يضيف في الرسالة الموجهة لحاكم راس الخيمة ان “بلد لنجة بلدكم” والغريب ان الاماراتيين عندما يستندون لهذه الرسالة يحذفون الجملة الاخيرة والتي تؤكد ان الجملة السابقة مجرد مجاملة لا اكثر.

    9.في القانون الدولي والقوانين المرتبطة بالحدود والاقاليم,تثبت حاكمية الدولة على منطقة ما من عدة طرق.من ضمنها ,الملكية التاريخية,السيادة العملية-وتعني رفع العلم,تنصيب الحكام,وجود القوة العسكريةو…- وكل هذه المعايير القانونية تثبت السيادة المطلقة لايران على الجزر الثلاث.

    10.من ضمن الدول اعضاء مجلس تعاون الخليج الفارسي ,مشاركة البحرين مع سائر الدول الاعضاء لها حسابا اخر,وذلك لأن البحرين كانت جزءا من الاراضي الايرانية والتي انفصلت عن ايران ضمن عملية غير قانونية بين الشاه المقبور ودول اميركا وانجلترا .وحاليا المطلب الاصلي لشعب البحرين هو اعادة هذه المحافظة المفصولة عن ايران للوطن الاصلي والأم لها,يعني الجمهورية الاسلامية.ومن البديهي ان هذا الحق الطبيعي لايران وشعب هذه المحافظة المفصولة لا يمكن ولا يجوز نكرانه.

    11.والآن ومع النظر للوثائق المذكورة التي تدل على السيادة المطلقة لايران على الجزر الثلاث يجب العودة لهذا السؤال : ماهو الدافع الاصلي للدول الاعضاء في مجلس تعاون الخليج الفارسي من طرح الادعاء الواهي لسيادة الامارات على الجزر الثلاث؟وهل يمكن لهذا الادعاء ان يكون له سبب غير خوفهم من الزلزال الذي احدثته الثورة الاسلامية على حكوماتهم الحكومات القروسطية وغير القانونية؟كل الدول المذكورة تشكلت بتدخل مباشر من القوى الاستكبارية ولم يكن للناس أي تدخل في تعيين الدولة ,واضعي السياسة ومتخذي القرار فيها, ولن يكون لهم دورا في المستقبل ايضا.من جهة اخرى كل الدول الاعضاء في هذا المجلس متهمون من قبل شعوبهم بالتعاون مع النظام الصهيوني او على الاقل عدم الاهتمام بالجنايات التي تقع من قبل هذا النظام على شعب فلسطين المظلوم.حكام الدول المذكورة يعلمون جيدا ان في زمن الصحوة الاسلامية –مع الاقتداء بالثورة الاسلامية- أن حكم عائلة واحدة على مصير شعب ونهب الثروات الوطنية غير ممكن. ومن منطلق انهم يعتقدون ان الزلزال الذي يؤدي الى زوال حكوماتهم غير القانونية هو ناتج عن نموذج الجمهورية الاسلامية الايرانية-وهم محقون في هذه النقطة!- فهم يتخذون من العداء مع ايران هدفا استراتيجيا لهم ويا له من اختيار خطير ليس على ايران بل على استمرار حكمهم

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