"Brotherhood is paying its mistake”

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Middle East
Wednesday, 17 July 2013

brotherA member of Iran’s Assembly of Experts referred to overthrow of Egyptian President Mohammad Morsi saying that topple will be a warning to Arab leaders that US would soon pull the rug out from under their feet too.
Grand Ayatollah Hassan Mamdouhi, member of Iran’s Assembly of Experts, noted that one of the most

important reasons for topple of Morsi government was its trust to the US government and the Zionists, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).

He quoted first Shia Imam Ali (AS) that,” You are dead even when you are alive but dominated by others.” And said Morsi toppled because the US and Zionist regime unseated him.

Member of Iran’s Association of Qom Seminary Teachers referred to the close ties between Morsi and the US, KSA and Qatar saying that overthrow of Morsi is a lesson for other regional countries.

He said that Saudi Arabia and Qatar governments are not stronger than Libya’s Qaddafi and stressed, ”Pro-US Arab governments will receive a good answer for their trust in the US, same way that Mohammad Morsi did.”

“Muslim Brotherhood has to pay for its mistakes and know that the nation that has awakened will not submit its liberty easily.” said Ayatollah Mamdouhi.

He hailed a determined leadership as the strong point of Islamic Revolution in Iran saying that lack of a popular and determined leadership is the most important factor for failure of Egypt revolution.

The cleric also touched upon Syria situation and said, “Although Syrian government is involved in a big crisis, it is one of the liveliest countries of the world.” And added the Syrian nation and government are hailed for their liberal thoughts and brevity across the world.

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