Even as Egyptians anxiously await news of the death of their aging Pharaoh, the octogenarian president Hosni Mubarak continues to work hard to please his zionist and American masters.
July 28, 2010 - 1700 EST
Even as Egyptians anxiously await news of the death of their aging Pharaoh, the octogenarian president Hosni Mubarak continues to work hard to please his zionist and American masters. Nowhere is this more evident than in Mubarak's harsh clampdown on any aid being sent to the besieged people of Gaza.
Four Iranian Majlis members (Members of Parliament) have been denied visas to travel to the illegally-blockaded Gaza Strip by the zionists. “The Egyptian government has stonewalled the visa process... no visa has been issued for the MPs as of yet,” Mahmoud Ahmadi Bighash, one of four lawmakers, was quoted as saying.
Evaz Heydarpour, Parviz Sarouri and Shobayb Jouyjari were to travel with Bighash on July 27 but because the Egyptian government has stalled on giving them visas, they cannot go. The four had announced that they would enter Gaza through the Rafah Crossing. Obviously, they were not going to go through an Israeli checkpoint since Iran does not recognize the illegal zionist entity.
In June, the Iranian Red Crescent cancelled plans to send an aid ship to Gaza because of restrictions imposed by Israel and Egypt. Iran had announced it intended to send an aid ship after a May 31 Israeli commando raid on a Gaza-bound aid flotilla left nine Turkish pro-Palestinian activists dead and sparked international outrage.
The Egyptian government of Mubarak is complicit in Israeli crimes by enforcing the illegal blockade which even the UN, no friend of Muslims, has condemned.