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Mensaje por Bendel el Dom Oct 26, 2008 5:23 pm



El Rey Faisal I en su potro favorito, "
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Detalle de los participantes de la historica reunion a bordo del buque "
Lupin"

Region del golfo persa, circa 1930

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El rey Abdul Aziz (izq.) y el rey Faisal I de Irak (der.) a bordo del "
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El rey Faisal I con el general Allenby, circa 1920



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El rey Faisal I con el sargento Dawood Al Samaraee
Baghdad, Irak, circa 1927

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El rey Faisal I con algunos de sus asesores politicos
Bagdad, Irak

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Rey Faisal I de Irak

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Mensaje por Hispanoaustriaco el Dom Dic 27, 2009 7:04 pm

Irán coquetea con príncipe de la Casa Real de Irak:

Wednesday, 16 December 2009
Iran’s flirt with an Iraqi Prince continues

In Tehran Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki met Sharif Ali Bin al-Hussein, the chairman of the Iraqi Constitutional Monarchy Movement and one of the claimants to the Iraqi throne.

The Tehran Times ( http://www.tehrantimes.com/Index_view.asp?code=209916 )even published of photo of the Prince and Mr. Manouchehr Mottaki:

According to the newspaper, the Iranian foreign minister said that Iraq has been able to establish, what he called, "
legal institutions"
over the past seven years and added that Tehran has always supported these moves.

Sharif Ali said certain countries do not want to see democracy and the rule of law established in Iraq, but the Iraqi people are committed to democracy. If Tehran would tolerate a "
Crowned Democracy"
to use a term styled by King Constantine II of the Hellenes, remains an open question.


Iran is playing funny games

When it comes to the Monarchy, that Iran lost 30 years ago, the regime and its media never fail to add a disparaging adjective to the noun “Monarchist”.

Therefore it was very surprising that today the English language daily newspaper Tehran Times published an article on the visit of Sharif Ali Bin al-Hussein, the chairman of the Iraqi Constitutional Monarchy Movement and one of the claimants to the Iraqi throne.A stamp commemorating better times: Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi of Iran and King Faisal II of Iraq.

Prince Ali, a member of the Iraqi branch of the Royal Hashemite dynasty, who narrowly escaped 1958 the massacre, when King Faisal II and other members of Iraq’s Royal Family were brutally murdered, met Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani who presides Iran’s so called parliament, in Tehran.

The Tehran Times:

Sharif Ali thanked Iran for making efforts to help establish stability in Iraq after the overthrow of the Saddam regime, saying it is essential that the two countries increase their ties.

Sharif Ali said the recent terrorist incidents in Iraq were conducted by the remnants of the previous regime in order show that the government is incapable of maintaining security.



Sharif Ali Bin al-Hussein
What game is Iran playing? Why did the regime invite a member of the Iraqi Royal Family,while on the other hand, the Mullah’s and their clerks sentence Iranian Monarchists to death by hanging?

From Sharif Ali Bin al-Hussein’s point of view it is logical to hold talks with Iran considering that a majority of the Iraqi population are Shi’ite muslims. To improve his chances, the Sunni Prince must be seen to be on good terms with the Shi’ite neighbour.

But what does Iran gain from courting Sharif Ali Bin al-Hussein?

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