These latest actions by an emboldened Hezbollah have been spurred on by Iran, which is seeking to further its quest for power in the Arab Middle East. In the past six months, there have been irrefutable signs of Iran's determined effort to sabotage Egypt's attempts at regional stability. At Tehran's instigation, Hamas rejected the renewal of the six-month, Egypt-brokered cease-fire last summer between it and Israel.>>>
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Egypt's Mubarak warns Iran, Hezbollahby AP - World News (not verified) on Thu Apr 30, 2009 05:36 AM PDT
Egypt's Mubarak warns Iran, Hezbollah
AP - World News
Apr 29, 2009
CAIRO - Egypt's president warned regional adversaries on Wednesday that he would not tolerate what he called their tampering his country's security and stability, a reference to Iran and the Hezbollah guerrilla group that it supports.
President Hosni Mubarak's comments were his strongest words of warning since Egypt accused the powerful Lebanese militant group of plotting attacks in the country, and were also meant to send a strong message to the group's backers in Iran.
Egypt announced earlier this month that it had uncovered a plot by 49 men with links to Hezbollah to destabilize the country by carrying out attacks on Egyptian institutions and Israeli tourists. Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah has rejected the accusations, while admitting that a Hezbollah member was in Egypt supervising weapons shipments to the militant Palestinian group Hamas that controls the neighboring Gaza Strip.
Egypt and other Arab nations have watched with concern as Iran has deepened its regional influence through its support for Hezbollah and its development of nuclear technology, though Iran says it is not aiming to produce atomic weapons, as the U.S. and its allies suspect.
"The Arab region is passing through a delicate and hard stage ... and facing the threats of known regional powers that embrace terrorism and extremism and clearly brag of animosity to peace," Mubarak said.
"After these powers and their hirelings have encroached on Egypt's security and sovereignty, I say clearly that I don't allow this and will not tolerate those who try to tamper with Egypt's security and stability," he said in a speech. He did not mention Iran or Hezbollah by name, but it was clear he was referring to the two.
Egypt's allegations have raised concern about possible Hezbollah activity beyond Lebanon's borders at a time when the guerrilla group and political movement, together with its allies, stands a good chance of dominating the country's June 7 parliamentary elections. The United States and its allies among Arab governments like Egypt's are also fearful that an electoral win by Hezbollah and its allies would increase the sway of the group's backers Iran and Syria.
Poor adby shangool (not verified) on Wed Apr 29, 2009 07:53 PM PDT
Was this a paid advertisement by Mubarak? I'd change my ad agency if I were him.
I agree with Mazdak reportby Abarmard on Wed Apr 29, 2009 11:18 AM PDT
very funny and not too far fetched from the Western media news.
Ostaadby capt_ayhab on Wed Apr 29, 2009 09:41 AM PDT
Any crap that is reported in WSJ is pure gossip and propaganda for that fact any ways.
Very funny indeed LOL thanks
Good to know...by Ostaad on Wed Apr 29, 2009 08:41 AM PDT
that Wall Street "Rag" is trying to rival Al Ahram, the official mouth-piece of the Mobarrak's despotic regime.
I consider any opinion that starts with, "According to Egyptian authorities" as sheer gossip, period.
Target Mars!by Mazdak (not verified) on Wed Apr 29, 2009 08:40 AM PDT
In another report, a lone Hezballah cell was uncovered operating in one of Mars shallower valleys. The Martians are said to be outraged and dismayed at Iran's attempts to destabilize the Solar System and challenge Mars long standing hegemony in the region. Oh, this just in: Mars attacks Iran. Stated goal: destruction of Iran’s burgeoning trans-galactic killer ray program.
Target Americaby verytass on Wed Apr 29, 2009 08:11 AM PDT