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Iran
Topic Started: Nov 29 2017, 08:47 PM (101 Views)
Wolverine
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Why we're all here today.

Egypt has certain suspicions about the growing boldness and aggressiveness of Iranian foreign policy. In a number of actions, of course.

1. Construction of an Islamic School & Mosque in Ghana(which will undoubtedly be Twelver Shia)
2. Joint Iranian/Russian military cooperation, in terms of mission and major Iranian naval assets being built in Russia. This despite an active UN arms embargo on Iran
3. Suspect food aid packages delivered to Gaza(others have expressed worry that arms are being shipped to Gaza but an Egyptian investigation is still ongoing).

Certainly, Iran is rapidly spreading influence across the Middle East. Deepening Iraqi/Iranian/Russian ties, as well as the craziness of Al-Assad, greatly worries Egypt. We don't want to see a 'Shia crescent' descend upon the Middle East.

I think this needs to be addressed, and of course, we hope Turkey & Saudi Arabia are of the same mind.

What are your thoughts?
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Saudi Arabia sees Persian Shia aggression as the biggest threat to Middle Eastern security. Their funding of vicious terror groups like Hezbollah is a direct attempt to destabilize the region. The Tehran-Baghdad-Damascus railroad has to be stopped and we will oppose it at every junction (ha).

We will support any attempt to curb their influence both financially and militarily. Riyadh will not stand for Persian influence in Arab lands.
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We agree. I think it should be rather easy to disrupt the railroad. The trickier part will be managing the regional chessboard and avoiding unnecessary losses and disasters.
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We have to get more involved in rebuilding Iraq, for my part I will donate several new mosques, look into educational investments, and general infrastructure rebuilding.
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That is a good idea. We'll start sending food aid to Gaza & Palestine as well.
BoP XVI: David Ben-Gurion, Leader of Ahdut HaAvoda

Formerly
BoP XV: Mir-Hossein Mousavi, President of the Islamic Republic of Iran
BoP 2009: Hosni Mubarak, President of the Arab Republic of Egypt
WOT II: Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Tony Blair
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Syria can't join CIS. We're rioting if that happens. Also I'm considering somewhat drastic action against Iranian food relief to Yemen. Blockading ports against Iranian aid is on the table but I'm going to try and solve it diplomatically if possible.
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Beiyang China must be destroyed!

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