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Iran and el-ikhwan and the same old tricks

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jan 9, 2013 at 07:17

Dr. Pipes

I wanted to bring to your attention that the chief of Iranian Intelligence Qasimi Sulimani just visited Cairo and the reason, as per the BBC Arabic, was to help the Muslim Brotherhood to establish an intillegnece service with the help of Sulimani that will, in due time, be run by ikhwanees and will be the end of the intillegence service or amn al-dawla that is under control of the army and here is the article and read "qasimi fi al-qahira" or qasimi in Cairo

http://www.diigo.com/annotated/a5723a0b8b48c7a45668f5c740169df5

And in typical Ikhwan fashion and with billions in dollars of loans from the infidel west the above report by the BBC was rejected by a certain Mr Ghazlan, who is a spokesman for el-ikhwan, as untrue

http://www.fj-p.com/article.php?id=39511#.UO1cGuRfDwi

I read this as el-ikhwan are back to their dirty tricks and they have been exposed and they are liars and cannot be trusted

Where is our free press to report all of this?

Israel should be aware of this!

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