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Iran's hypocrisy or ostentatious attempt to preserve Islamic unity

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The Iranian issue today is the most profound reflection of all the pressing problems of modern international politics. Iran actively promotes and does not hide its geopolitical claims and demonstrates its growing appetite not only to adjacent territories, but also expanding the boundaries of its influence. Giving an example, you may recall as Advisor to the President of Iran Ali Yunasi at a meeting with students during a forum called “Iran: Statehood, история, culture ", said that Iran, in fact, returns to the times of ancient imperial grandeur and returns the territory, originally belonged to the sphere of Iranian influence. He spoke, first and foremost, about Iraq and other countries of the Middle East, but also about Azerbaijan and Tajikistan.


And as some experts note, in this entangled tangle of regional wars, crises and conflicts, Iran’s ambitions look like a time bomb - and a large amount of new dynamite accumulates in the region.

The influence of Iran on the internal political situation in a number of countries today is causing concern and caution in relations with the Persian state.

According to many foreign experts, it was in Tehran that the scenario of the civil war in Tajikistan was prepared at the beginning of the 90 - s of the last century, and Iran ideologically inspired supporters of the United Tajik Opposition. The past civil war claimed hundreds of thousands of lives, caused irreparable damage to the country's economy and caused a mass exodus of highly qualified specialists from Tajikistan.

Today, the Iranian government has launched a large-scale work to implant radical, Iranian Shiite Islam in other countries of Islam.

For example, Iran financed the education system of Tajikistan. He supported everything from teacher training to providing literature. In the capital of Tajikistan, under the pretext of teaching the Persian language, literature of a radical Shiite orientation was distributed free of charge. An important role in this process was also played by the IRPT, which was the conductor of the radical ideas of Iran, whose missionaries, by offering monetary rewards, recruited more and more followers of radical, Iranian Shiism.

I personally resented the last act of Iran. 27 December 2015 of the year to the Islamic Unity conference, which opened in Tehran, was invited by the leader of the banned in the RT, extremist and terrorist Islamic Revival Party Muhiddin Kabiri. Moreover, another fact also causes discontent; the organizers put the official government delegation of Tajikistan next to Kabiri. Of course, in my opinion, the official delegation of Tajikistan in protest had to leave the hall, which, by the way, according to the Iranian media, they did later. However, this circumstance must be carefully considered in Tajikistan.

The events followed the worst scenario, after the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Tajikistan protested about the participation of Muhiddin Kabiri at the conference, according to Iranian media, on the same day, Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei met with Muhiddin Kabiri.

It should be noted that at the conference there were a lot of words about Islamic unity, but everyone knows Iran’s hypocrisy in this matter. Today, Iran is actively promoting the idea of ​​a “Shiite axis” and, realizing its strategic objectives, sometimes in a very rude manner interferes in the internal affairs of other states without even ignoring the support of terrorist organizations. Iran intervenes in the affairs of such countries as Iraq, Azerbaijan, Lebanon, Bahrain, Yemen, where even a small number of Shiite people live. Recently, Iran has been trying to influence the policy of Tajikistan by hosting members of the terrorist IRPT declared in Tajikistan. And the question arises on the September 2015 events of the year that took place in Tajikistan, when former members of the armed forces of the United Tajik Opposition, ruled by Muhiddin Kabiri, attempted a coup d'état, isn’t it possible to follow Iran’s events? Iran did not even remember the factor of the cultural and historical community of the Iranian and Tajik people.

Speaking about Iran’s support of terrorists, let me remind you of the active cooperation and patronage of the Lebanese terrorist organization Hezbollah.

In the middle of 2013, when the foreign ministers of the EU countries decided to include the military wing of the Lebanese Hezbollah movement into the category of terrorist organizations, Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi spoke out against the European Union’s decision to introduce the military wing of the Lebanese Hezbollah to the category of terrorist organizations and declared this action contrary to all the provisions of the law .

Hezbollah members were invited to attend the last conference in Tehran on Islamic unity.

It is possible that Iran’s plans are to create an extremist group similar to Hezbollah on the IRPT platform, which will adversely affect the situation both in Tajikistan and in the Central Asia region as a whole. And the first steps towards this were made at the last international conference.

Today, Iran is preparing to become a full-fledged member of the SCO, as uneasy relations with the EU and the US are pushing it to search for new partners. Certainly, membership in the SCO will allow Iran to be one of the countries participating in integration education, along with two countries that have the status of a permanent member of the UN Security Council. In this case, the support of Tajikistan was very important to Iran, which has repeatedly expressed readiness to discuss this topic at the SCO summits. However, Iran’s positive attitude and positive attitude towards destructive forces in the person of the IRP trying to reanimate the 90’s Tajik events, by creating chaos and unrest, and even using weaponsrather, they will put before Tajikistan the question of using their vote against Iran’s entry into the SCO. We should not forget that the priority cooperation in the framework of the SCO is to unite efforts in the fight against the "three evil forces" - terrorist, separatist and extremist activities. A paradoxical situation is emerging, Iran, aspiring to the SCO, does not hide its trusting relationship and its support to terrorists and extremists.

It should also be noted that after joining the integration union, it is possible to expect Iran to use the SCO’s rostrum for its own opportunistic purposes and to sound its political ambitions. This circumstance causes the wariness of the main participants of the organization, Russia and China.

Analyzing the relations between Russia and China with the Islamic Republic of Iran, we can say that there is positive cooperation, but these countries do not always support Iran’s activities in the Middle East and Central Asia. Often the activities of Iran cause headaches to seemingly allies, which Russia and China are to Iran.

In conclusion, I would like to say that Iran’s recent actions have shown this country as an unreliable partner playing very dirty games. This should serve as a warning to other countries trying to establish positive relations with it.
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  1. Ami du peuple
    Ami du peuple 3 January 2016 09: 16
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    ... that Iran’s recent actions have shown the country as an unreliable partner playing very dirty games, which should serve as a warning to other countries trying to establish positive relations with it.

    Timely stuffing. Just when Iran is our only real ally in the Syrian conflict. And a potential leader of the anti-Saudi movement, in the light of recent events (yesterday's execution of a Shiite preacher).
    Normally, the topic suddenly surfaced about internal Tajik disassemblies, yeah. Moreover, with such conclusions about the destructiveness and unreliability of Iran’s policy.
    1. CRONOS
      CRONOS 3 January 2016 09: 27
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      ...........
      1. hrych
        hrych 3 January 2016 09: 39
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        According to many foreign experts, it was in Tehran that the scenario of a civil war in Tajikistan was prepared in the early 90s of the last century, and Iran ideologically inspired supporters of the United Tajik Opposition.

        We remember very well who the "Vovchiks" are; Wahhabis, we know what kind of state professes Wahhabism, as a state religion and who financed all this. And the phrase "in the opinion of many foreign experts" is identical to the phrase "one woman said at the bazaar"
        1. Mahmut
          Mahmut 3 January 2016 11: 40
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          It is strange that the author did not mention how many wars Iran has unleashed over the past millennium. I'm certainly not an avid orientalist, but in my opinion not one. Azerbaijan and Tajikistan for Iran are like Belarus and Ukraine for Russia. For example, more Azerbaijanis live in Iran than in Azerbaijan itself. Therefore, the author did not convince me of either his innocence or the sincerity of his delusions.
          1. Talgat
            Talgat 3 January 2016 14: 29
            +6
            That's right, Mahmut!

            All of us here are not "orientalists" - but the author's insolent lie must be exposed all the same

            In 90, when the Taliban were tearing to the borders of the CIS and it was very difficult in Tajikistan, it was Iran, together with Kazakhstan and Russia, that began to help stabilize the situation in Afghanistan

            And the author says that Iran, on the contrary, has destabilized - this is a lie

            We all know who set the Taliban on our southern "underbelly" at the time of the weakness of the collapse of our country - this is the United States with the Saudis

            And the rest of the article is just demagogy - like Iran supports Hezbollah - and they are terrorists

            I note that neither in the Russian Federation nor in KZ Hezbollah is not listed in the list of terrorist organizations

            Hezbollah fights Assad against bearded men in Syria

            Even the countries of the Bolivarian revolution, which are rightfully the standard of morality and the concept of justice and freedom. accepted both Iran and Syria as ALBA observer members, provide all possible support and Hezbollah fighters can at least relax after fighting camps on South American beaches
            1. miru mir
              3 January 2016 17: 42
              -5
              Quote: Talgat
              I note that neither in the Russian Federation nor in KZ Hezbollah is not listed in the list of terrorist organizations

              Hizbala-authorized terrorist organization in Russia laughing
              1. Weyland
                Weyland 4 January 2016 02: 26
                +4
                Quote: miru mir
                Quote: Talgat
                I note that neither in the Russian Federation nor in KZ Hezbollah is not listed in the list of terrorist organizations

                Hizbala-authorized terrorist organization in Russia laughing


                A common story: to whom - terrorists, and to whom - partisans! laughing If the US considers KLA "freedom fighters", why should we behave in a fundamentally different way? To please you? So you seem to be not our allies, but US allies!
                1. Antanas
                  Antanas 4 January 2016 03: 04
                  -3
                  Defining a terrorist organization is quite simple - its members, for example, purposefully fire at the civilian population. This is exactly what Hezbollah is doing. Apart from many other things - for example, the use of the civilian population of southern Lebanon as a "human shield".
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          2. Cartman
            Cartman 3 January 2016 18: 34
            0
            Are the Azerbaijanis not Turks?
            1. alecsis69
              alecsis69 4 January 2016 00: 47
              0
              Azerbaijanis are Türks, but Shiites.
            2. Weyland
              Weyland 4 January 2016 02: 30
              -1
              Turks, but in Iran they make up at least a quarter of the population. In fact, real Azerbaijan is located in Iran, and the territory on which Raz is located has been called Arran (or Aluank, Aghvania) for the last 2000 years - Stalin renamed it in order to have an excuse to chop off Azerbaijan from Iran under the pretext of "reuniting a divided people." But it didn’t grow together ...
      2. tajik-airya
        tajik-airya 4 January 2016 23: 35
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        ridiculed the author of the involvement of fraternal Iran in the grashdan war in Tadshikisan. Iran then, riotously, wanted the Islamists to win, BUT they didn’t help them a bit and did everything to make this war end sooner! So now in Afghanistan the government of the Pashtun of the President and the Tadshik helps the Prime Minister to deal with the Taliban. the author is nonsense! But about the fact that the treacherous Azerbaijan and Tadshikistan in the sphere of influence of Iran is for sure.
    2. Mikhail Krapivin
      Mikhail Krapivin 3 January 2016 09: 30
      +6
      I agree. Our Tajik friends are not like us to start stigmatizing Iran for its policy in Tajikistan. Iran now has at least some benefit to Russia in the confrontation with the United States, and the Tajiks are sleeping and see how the United States would sell more expensively.
    3. 1976AG
      1976AG 3 January 2016 09: 35
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      When sanctions were in effect against Iran, they spoke about the injustice of these sanctions, now they have sung how bad Iran is. Author mishandled Cossack?
      1. Sergey S.
        Sergey S. 3 January 2016 10: 58
        20
        Quote: 1976AG
        When sanctions were in effect against Iran, they spoke about the injustice of these sanctions, now they have sung how bad Iran is. Author mishandled Cossack?

        So.
        Perhaps he himself does not know this.
        But the virus of political prostitution worked in its entirety.

        As for Iran, it’s already serious, this state should be treated with caution for completely different reasons.

        Persians, Iranians ... have an ancient state tradition. And this is very good. It is for this reason that we are now allies.
        But the strength of their states has always been based on the contrast of military education and elitism. And when the strong, intelligent, noble, purposeful came, Persia fell apart.
        For this reason, the Iranians are strong against the Saudis, but they may not be pulled against the Europeans.
        So far, anti-American sentiment is very strong, but Iran’s Americans aren’t bombing yet ...

        As long as Russia demonstrates strength and justice, Iran will not turn away. But in the case when a friendly sacrifice is needed, it is difficult to count on Iran ...
        1. voronbel53
          voronbel53 3 January 2016 12: 54
          +8
          Quote: Sergey S.
          when a friendly sacrifice is needed, it’s hard to count on Iran ..

          In my opinion, it is not worth counting on any country to such an extent - only as partners in a given period of time, no more ...
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      3. maxcor1974
        maxcor1974 3 January 2016 11: 05
        +8
        "Comrade" wrote by order of a small smelly state located on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, which still occupies the adjacent territories of its neighbors ...
        1. miru mir
          3 January 2016 17: 44
          0
          Do not express yourself beautifully.
          1. Yegorchik
            Yegorchik 3 January 2016 17: 53
            +4
            Quote: miru mir
            Do not express yourself beautifully.

            And so it is about you, but I thought about Turkey.
      4. sssla
        sssla 3 January 2016 11: 14
        +1
        Quote: 1976AG
        . Author mishandled Cossack?

        And you remember that recently accepted sunny Azerbaijan in relation to Mattress Stats !!
        These two countries are turning a little towards Russia !!
        And now what the reaction of this eastern country will be (historical relations between the two countries of Az. And Ir. — A painful question is raised) ???
        Here you will understand what he’s sent or how hi
      5. Dryuya2
        Dryuya2 3 January 2016 13: 38
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        Quote: 1976AG
        now they sang how bad Iran is. Author mishandled Cossack?

        I saw this interview yesterday - I listened, listened and the last 30-40 seconds. put me in a "stupor" belay
        I personally believe Baghdasarov winked
        what do we see do not know ???? what
        1. tokens3
          tokens3 3 January 2016 13: 52
          +4
          Iran is an ally today. And everything else is from the evil one.
      6. Oorfene Deuce
        Oorfene Deuce 3 January 2016 13: 42
        +1
        Quote: 1976AG
        When sanctions were in effect against Iran, they spoke about the injustice of these sanctions, now they have sung how bad Iran is. Author mishandled Cossack?

        This is an ordinary mainstream. People hawala what he is served. Not so long ago, Turkey and Erdogan sang praises, and right there in VO. South Stream, all things! Recep strong prezik does not listen to the instructions of the West! And now?
        The article is called - Iran’s hypocrisy or ostentatious attempt to preserve Islamic unity. So who is the greater hypocrite, the Persians or the most respected public?
        And Iran pursues its interests and partner, as history shows, is temporary and unreliable. This should be taken into account and benefit from such cooperation.
      7. sherp2015
        sherp2015 3 January 2016 18: 05
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        Quote: 1976AG
        When sanctions were in effect against Iran, they spoke about the injustice of these sanctions, now they have sung how bad Iran is. Author mishandled Cossack?


        On the content of the Zionofashists
    4. alone
      alone 3 January 2016 10: 36
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      Quote: Ami du peuple
      Just when Iran is our only real ally in the Syrian conflict


      You only have two allies, the army and navy, why did Iran suddenly become your ally?))

      In fact, Iran had its own interests in Syria. You were not there yet, and Iran had already sent Basij and IRGC units there. By the way, now sanctions are already being lifted from oil and gas, and Iran is starting to dump oil and gas on the European market much cheaper than your oil and gas .Allies do not do that !!!
      1. Great-grandfather of Zeus
        Great-grandfather of Zeus 3 January 2016 10: 42
        +5
        Lonely, I welcome you. As it was, we only had two allies — the army and the navy, and all the others — weathervanes, dependent or temporary companions from the wind. you are all, or they just trample you.
        1. Bayonet
          Bayonet 3 January 2016 11: 39
          +3
          Quote: Great-grandfather of Zeus
          .we as it was and only two allies remained — the army and navy, and all the rest — weathervanes,

          But what about aviation? Alexander III didn’t have it, that’s understandable, but we do have one. smile
      2. Ami du peuple
        Ami du peuple 3 January 2016 11: 19
        +5
        Quote: lonely
        Iran begins to dump oil and gas on the European market much cheaper than your oil and gas. Allies do not do this

        Yeah, allies should, the same trade policy, to their own detriment? Only it will not be allies, but vassals - as, for example, the United States has the European Union. Russia also produced a record amount of oil in 2015, and what? Is it fit for Iran to take offense at us? I do not claim that the Persians are our best friends, but, as a situational ally, they are quite nothing to themselves. At least at this historical stage, Russia and Iran have no geopolitical friction and some interests coincide.
        1. alone
          alone 3 January 2016 11: 46
          +4
          Quote: Ami du peuple
          Yeah, allies should, the same trade policy, to their own detriment? Only it will not be allies, but vassals - as, for example, the United States has the European Union. Russia also produced a record amount of oil in 2015, and what? Is it fit for Iran to take offense at us? I do not claim that the Persians are our best friends, but, as a situational ally, they are quite nothing to themselves. At least at this historical stage, Russia and Iran have no geopolitical friction and some interests coincide.

          Iran is not your ally and never was. Not even situational. Iran has its own interests. Even if you did not intervene in the Syrian conflict, Iran would still support Assad. Assad and Syria in his person the only way to Lebanese Hezbollah. in order to implement the ideas of the Iranian revolution in the Middle East. Do not console yourself in the search for allies, even situational. A situational ally is worse than a woman of easy virtue, at any time can do the unexpected))

          P.S.Mne is somehow violet about the assessment. But when I, a person who has visited Iran about 15 times and knows the whole lifestyle and politics that the country pursues, try to prove the opposite, people who have never been to this country, cause perplexity. The export of the ideas of the Iranian revolution has been going on for a long time, and we, as a country that has borders with Iran, are well aware of what it is. In essence, these are the same fierce fanatics, only rely on Shiism.
          1. Ami du peuple
            Ami du peuple 3 January 2016 13: 53
            -2
            Quote: lonely
            we are like a country that has borders with Iran

            Quote: lonely
            when to me, a man who, due to circumstances, 15 times visited Iran

            What country do you live in? Obviously not in Russia. In the Russian Federation with Iran no land state border. So, I can't even imagine through which border you "visited" Iran.
            1. alone
              alone 3 January 2016 14: 02
              +6
              Quote: Ami du peuple
              What country do you live in? Obviously not in Russia. The Russian Federation and Iran do not have a land state border. So, I can't even imagine through which border you "visited" Iran.

              And therefore it is necessary to minus?))) What in the world except Russia there are no states? If the Russian Federation does not border with Iran, then no one can visit Iran? I am a citizen of Azerbaijan, which just the same has a common border with Iran, which I visited already , and in another (on duty wink ) and am well aware of what kind of country, what laws are there and what appetites !!
              1. Ami du peuple
                Ami du peuple 3 January 2016 15: 33
                +1
                Quote: lonely
                I am a citizen of Azerbaijan, which just the same has a common border with Iran, and therefore it is necessary to minus?)))

                Actually, that’s all I wanted to know. Naturally, you are much closer to the Turks than the Persians. Well, historically, it happened - Azerbaijanis and Turks are related Turkic-speaking peoples. Regardless of the political system in these countries - at least a monarchy, at least a democracy, at least a theocracy - Azerbaijan will support Turkey against Iran.
                By the way, I did not minus you. hi
                1. alone
                  alone 3 January 2016 19: 41
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                  Quote: Ami du peuple
                  By the way, I did not minus you.

                  In general, I wrote this not only to you))) hi And for those who simply minus not looking at the map)) Actually, Iran, to be honest, is closer to us than Turkey. There are about 20-30 million Azerbaijanis living there. And we do not support Iran because of the policy that it pursues regarding our state.
      3. KaPToC
        KaPToC 3 January 2016 12: 25
        +2
        Dear Omar Khayyam tongue , you proceed from the incorrect assumption that Russia is against a decline in oil prices, Russia is one of the main reasons for the fall in energy prices .. Russia and the United States are increasing oil production - there will be a war.
        1. Extraneous
          Extraneous 3 January 2016 13: 22
          +2
          Increasing oil production is a natural move at low prices. The lower the price, the more you need to sell to get the desired level of profit. Russia has nothing to do with the fall in oil prices. The price hit the Saudis. The Americans began to sell their stocks in order to maintain a low price level in the market in 2016, as the war on the BV eventually stimulates a price increase. It is not for nothing that Western financial analysts forecast a rise in oil prices this year to almost 100 bucks, followed by a fall to $ 60.
          1. alone
            alone 3 January 2016 13: 26
            +4
            Quote: Stranger
            Russia has nothing to do with the fall in oil prices.

            Did anyone reproach Russia for falling oil prices? It’s clear to the madman who is playing this card. The old game worked. Once lowering the price of oil, it was possible to destroy the Soviet economy, which was one of the reasons for the collapse of the country. The only interesting thing is that the current leadership did not draw any conclusions and continued to sit on this needle, nothing without doing to reduce the economy’s dependence on oil.
            1. Extraneous
              Extraneous 3 January 2016 13: 46
              +4
              : o) My post is a response to the statement:
              Quote: KaPToC
              KaPToC RU Today, 12:25 ↑
              Respected


              Well, what about the oil needle and the lack of action on the part of the Russian government in this regard: how do you imagine a real opportunity to change the cardinally existing state of affairs in the absence of a real economic base destroyed in the nineties, with strong opposition both from the outside and from the inside to a fairly short historical the term? Indeed, in addition to building a new industrial base, it is necessary to restore military potential, it is necessary to capture new sales markets, which Russia does not have so many. Without sales markets - do not get off the needle. Production can only be developed if there are appropriate markets. The military commissar is developing. But everything else is trade, which is practically nonexistent. The government’s actions to put together the Asian trade union are aimed at creating a sales market that can stimulate industrial production growth.
              1. alone
                alone 3 January 2016 14: 08
                +5
                Quote: Stranger
                how do you imagine a real opportunity to change the cardinally existing state of affairs in the absence of a real economic base, destroyed in the nineties, with strong opposition both from outside and from within within a fairly short historical period? Indeed, in addition to building a new industrial base, it is necessary to restore military potential, it is necessary to capture new sales markets, which Russia does not have so many.

                Dear Said (you have indicated your name). There are many countries in the world that the Lord God did not give in any way about natural resources, but as we see these countries not only found a way to develop, but were able to go forward in this matter so much that they are part of 20 of the strongest economies in the world. It was possible to reduce dependence on oil by a significant percentage. Of course, it’s easiest to sell raw materials and tell citizens about prosperity and development, but when the price of these raw materials falls and you can’t resist anything , that's when you have to look for the guilty there, everywhere, but not only among your own.

                For 15 years, much could be done, in addition to cutting the budget and theft.
                1. avva2012
                  avva2012 3 January 2016 14: 20
                  0
                  There are many countries in the world that the Lord God did not give in any way about natural resources, but as you can see these countries not only found a way to develop, but were able to go so far in this matter that they are included in the 20 of the world's strongest economies.
                  Excuse me for getting into your conversation with Said, but name those countries by name, to which, "God did not give anything." Incidentally, England, France, the Netherlands are not included in this list?
                  1. alone
                    alone 3 January 2016 14: 58
                    +5
                    Quote: avva2012
                    Excuse me for getting into your conversation with Said, but name those countries by name, to which, "God did not give anything." Incidentally, England, France, the Netherlands are not included in this list?

                    Why is it England, France? The Netherlands, too, have nothing but ports and agriculture. Israel, having a tiny territory, has such agriculture, you don’t even dream about it. And despite the fact that there are no proper reserves of fresh water. Singapore, South Korea, Malaysia. Do they have oil? Do they depend on the sale of oil? Is the economy skidding because of a decrease in the price of oil?

                    Alexander, to argue only because of maintaining the image of his authorities does not make sense. This is not called patriotism. A patriot is a person who loves the country and when necessary indicates the mistakes of his powers in the name of enlightenment of the motherland.
                    1. avva2012
                      avva2012 3 January 2016 15: 37
                      +1
                      The Netherlands, too, have nothing but ports and agriculture. Israel, having a tiny territory, has such agriculture, you don’t even dream about it. And despite the fact that there are no proper reserves of fresh water. Singapore, South Korea, Malaysia. They is there oil? Do they depend on the sale of oil? Because of the reduction in the price of oil, their economy is stalled
                      The Netherlands, at one time was a colonial power, just like France and England. And if France in the French-speaking countries of Africa, that is, the former colonies, still has a large percentage of profit in their economy, then why does the Netherlands not have it somewhere there? Singapore (in my opinion the protectorate of England) is a kind of worldwide offshore, the center of banking trade in Asia. Do you think it is an independent country. Yu Korea is not dependent? And how much has the United States invested in it? And after that, they will let her go. Do you propose to become like these countries? Who is Russia? And don't talk about patriotism. Moreover, do you seriously think that someone from the "powers that be" takes me or you seriously?
                    2. Awaz
                      Awaz 4 January 2016 18: 36
                      0
                      all these countries are colonies. Prosperity from is even more dependent on external factors than there is a dependence of Russia on oil and the sale of raw materials.
                      Russia has problems not so much with the oil needle, but because she (her rulers) did such a thing in time that there would be a lot of noise, but the foreign policy pressure on Russia always has been and will be afterwards. To develop a production economy, one must have sales markets. Not for nothing that the TS was worked out.
                      It is worth recalling that when the Soviet Union collapsed and all the CIS countries began to lick the ass of the United States and its sixes, for some reason the flow of investments didn’t pour into these countries, because in these countries the population was much more educated and qualified than in China and was ready to work for the same 50 bucks a month. Corruption is hardly tougher in Russia than in China or even in Italy. But China needs to create a powerful and not very friendly state near the borders of Russia, which, under certain circumstances, can be used against Russia, as it happens periodically in history. NU does not directly fight England against Russia almost never, but constantly pits its neighbors.
                2. Extraneous
                  Extraneous 3 January 2016 15: 33
                  0
                  For 15 years, much could be done, in addition to cutting the budget and theft.

                  Quite a lot has been done in fifteen years. The difference between the nineties and the current state of Russia speaks for itself. But about the fundamental changes in the economic base in such a short period of time - they are possible only with the force method of restructuring, as it was in the thirties. the gradual change in course pursued by Putin cannot be completed in such a time. Blood is already spilled enough.
                  Well, stealing and cutting the budget is a natural course of things. He was and will be always and everywhere. Including under any, the most severe, dictatorship. In any country. The so-called "Fighting Corruption" is just a tool of struggle, by the way - it is very effectively used by the states in international politics. I hope you won't argue that there is no corruption in the United States, will you?
            2. Wheel
              Wheel 4 January 2016 00: 20
              0
              Quote: lonely
              The old game worked. Once lowering the price of oil, it was possible to destroy the Soviet economy, which became one of the reasons for the collapse of the country.

              Alas and ah!
              The significance of low oil prices in the destruction of the USSR is greatly exaggerated.
              The total budget losses from the fight against alcoholism and alcoholism were incomparably greater.
              Transition in trade with social countries from a convertible ruble to a dollar = voluntary surrender of 10% of world trade.
              External enemies are not necessary; internal ones have done everything themselves.
          2. Wheel
            Wheel 4 January 2016 00: 16
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            Quote: Stranger
            Russia has nothing to do with the fall in oil prices.
            Yes, damn it, it’s not comme il faut to talk about the role of Russia in increasing supply in the oil market.
            The Saudis are to blame for everything! laughing
    5. KaPToC
      KaPToC 3 January 2016 12: 20
      -3
      Iran is not our friend and not ally; the enemy of my enemy is by no means my friend. As soon as all sanctions are lifted from Iran, they will start kissing the Americans passionately, this has already happened before and will be again.
      1. Extraneous
        Extraneous 3 January 2016 13: 29
        0
        At the expense of kissing passionately, you got a little excited. At one time, Khomeini expressed himself roughly as follows (not literally, but the meaning is accurate): ".. Russia and the United States are two bloodthirsty tigers, ready to tear apart anyone who is weak. You can’t trust them when, no matter what they promise ..."

        I do not think that anything has changed since then with the Iranian leadership.
        1. avva2012
          avva2012 3 January 2016 14: 06
          +1
          ".. Russia and the United States are two bloodthirsty tigers, ready to tear apart anyone who is weak. You can’t trust them when, no matter what they promise ..."
          Not sure, but instead of Russia, there was the USSR. I don’t remember that Iran had negative statements about Russia.
          At the expense of Shiite radicalism. Give examples to compare with Wahhabism? I do not remember. Iranian revolution, and what's wrong with it? Initially, the revolution was made against the values ​​of the United States and Europe. Anyone against? Islam, in recent decades, has been associated with extremism. This is mainly said and written in the West, and the initiators are the United States. Is it worth believing such an "authoritative" opinion? It is not Islam, as a world religion and culture, that is dangerous; Wahhabism is dangerous. Again the question, "who professes Wahhabism, that is, Salafism, is it Iran?"
          In my opinion, if in the east the ally is not Iran, then who?
          The article may be a stuffing, or maybe the author’s nationality failed. Who knows. For Israel, yes, Iran is an enemy. Ah, for Russia?
          1. alone
            alone 3 January 2016 14: 33
            +2
            Quote: avva2012
            Not sure, but instead of Russia, there was the USSR. I don’t remember that Iran had negative statements about Russia.
            At the expense of Shiite radicalism. Give examples to compare with Wahhabism? I do not remember. Iranian revolution, and what's wrong with it? Initially, the revolution was made against the values ​​of the United States and Europe. Anyone against? Islam, in recent decades, has been associated with extremism. This is mainly said and written in the West, and the initiators are the United States. Is it worth believing such an "authoritative" opinion? It is not Islam, as a world religion and culture, that is dangerous; Wahhabism is dangerous. Again the question, "who professes Wahhabism, that is, Salafism, is it Iran?"
            In my opinion, if in the east the ally is not Iran, then who?
            The article may be a stuffing, or maybe the author’s nationality failed. Who knows. For Israel, yes, Iran is an enemy. Ah, for Russia?

            Tell this to the relatives and friends of the employee of the USSR embassy in Lebanon, Arkady Katkov, who was shot by Hezbollah militants just like that in 1985. By the way, this organization is responsible for the attack on the Russian embassy in Beirut in 2000. The radicals were behind these attacks. Shiites. Imad Mugniyah, the head of all military structures of Hezbollah, took full responsibility for these attacks. Mughniya, who was killed by Mossad, is ranked among the holy martyrs in Iran.
            1. avva2012
              avva2012 3 January 2016 15: 11
              +3
              How Hamas was created in 1987, so for reference. And the Persians had the same relation to its creation as Qatar with Turkey to Hezbollah. Iran did other interesting things, but had nothing to do with the creation of Hamas. So wrote in the comments "Hello". And, I believe him, not you. Why? But because for Israel, Iran is an enemy. And if, a person living there writes like that, then what reasons to not trust him (he didn’t specifically go to Wikipedia). Especially about what you write, history is known. There, our special forces worked there, after which, the rest of the diplomatic workers were released with an apology and there were no more similar incidents. I can not say for the embassy in Beirut. But, it's all about reputation, you know. A person who has not correctly said, does not cause much confidence in the future.
              1. alone
                alone 3 January 2016 21: 02
                +1
                Quote: avva2012
                As if Hamas was created in 1987, so for reference.

                What has Hamas to do with it? I wrote Hezbollah, not Hamas. Hezbollah was based on the Amal Shiite movement, which was also financed by Iran and was no less brutal than Hezbollah.
                You do not confuse Hezbollah and Hamas. Hezbollah is created and financed, provided by all the necessary state of Iran
                1. avva2012
                  avva2012 4 January 2016 06: 17
                  0
                  Well, okay. We are talking about Iran. What do you think, is this Iran poisoned Hezbollah at the embassy of the USSR?
                  And even if so. Do not confuse Russia and the USSR. For Iran, completely different states. It’s about how the Weimar Republic and the Third Reich are for us.
          2. Extraneous
            Extraneous 3 January 2016 15: 21
            +2
            The violent Islamization of the Iranian population ended in the late seventies and early eighties of the last century. With the coming to power of Khomeini, a tough regime was established there, which suppresses official discrimination against religious minorities within the state. Four religions are officially recognized in Iran: Islam, Zoroastrianism, Christianity and Judaism. Each of the official religions has one guaranteed place in the Majlis. But do not think that at the household level, something has changed a lot.
            If you recall the 1939 pact, how and why it was signed, you may understand that treaties between states do not mean friendship and full cooperation. Iran is an ally. Yes. But how reliable is it? Russia has never had a cloudless relationship with this country. As with any other. No need to flatter yourself.
        2. alone
          alone 3 January 2016 14: 23
          +1
          Quote: Stranger
          At the expense of kissing passionately, you got a little excited. At one time, Khomeini expressed himself roughly as follows (not literally, but the meaning is accurate): ".. Russia and the United States are two bloodthirsty tigers, ready to tear apart anyone who is weak. You can’t trust them when, no matter what they promise ..."

          Literally, of course, they did not say, but in general they wrote correctly
          Khomeini assassinated the USSR and the USA with Satan, and Israel called Satan less. He also said that if these states were not destroyed, there would be no peace in the world. The current leaders of Iran are students of Khomeini and in their thoughts did not depart from their teachings. the teacher.
    6. Oorfene Deuce
      Oorfene Deuce 3 January 2016 13: 11
      +1
      Quote: Ami du peuple
      Timely stuffing. Just when Iran is our only real ally in the Syrian conflict. And a potential leader of the anti-Saudi movement

      All this is so. But we must take into account that Iran (as well as any other state) pursues exclusively its goals.
      And I would not idealize our relationship. Now he is our ally, but everything can change. Russia often fought with Iran (it can only deal with Turkey), and the notion of honor there is also peculiar ... I recall at least a treacherous attack on our diplomatic mission and the murder of Griboedov.
      So, no matter how interstate relations develop, one must keep an eye out, as well as with China, which is on its own mind ... The history of politics teaches healthy distrust.
      Russia has only two allies, everyone knows.
    7. SAXA.SHURA
      SAXA.SHURA 3 January 2016 13: 57
      0
      They want to be friends, let them be, and if not, then let our ships in the Caspian Sea kiss in the ass.
    8. Juborg
      Juborg 3 January 2016 16: 38
      0
      This is a stupid troll, imagining himself a great guru of the East.
    9. g1v2
      g1v2 3 January 2016 18: 04
      0
      Yeah, it seems Israel remembered our media. We are waiting for other articles - about evil Iran, treacherous Belarus, terrible Kazakhstan and the Chinese hordes awaiting orders and rushing to Siberia. good
    10. Awaz
      Awaz 4 January 2016 18: 03
      0
      you can’t trust anyone completely recklessly. Iran cooperates with Russia only to achieve its goals. When the goals are achieved, they can calmly become enemies. Therefore, the words in the post should still be treated quite reasonably.
      We have never enough examples in our history and we have never had loyal and reliable allies. Although generally it applies to everyone. There are no allies, only fellow travelers
  2. Same lech
    Same lech 3 January 2016 09: 17
    18
    Moreover, the question arises about the September events of 2015, which took place in Tajikistan, when former members of the armed groups of the United Tajik Opposition, led by Muhiddin Kabiri, attempted to carry out a coup d'etat, whether Iran is behind those events, which is very likely.


    The author of the facts in the studio ... that the article makes me vague feelings that this is a custom article.
    1. dmi.pris
      dmi.pris 3 January 2016 09: 32
      14
      This article was apparently written in Israel. To say that the author is minus? Not one, but as many as one hundred ..
      1. Asadullah
        Asadullah 3 January 2016 10: 22
        +6
        This article was apparently written in Israel.


        The author is published in CA-News.
    2. weis223
      weis223 3 January 2016 09: 36
      +9
      There is nothing vague here. A very timely custom article. So the Saudis have just accused Iran of promoting international terrorism.
      "... literature of a radical orientation of the Shiite orientation" (as in the text) - and the literature of the Sunni orientation, according to the author, is probably exclusively a fairy tale about a white bull. How did they get it all ...
    3. Asadullah
      Asadullah 3 January 2016 10: 19
      +7
      article makes me vague feelings


      The article is nonsense, like all articles of this author. Saudi money writer. Which by the way is remarkable. He always insisted that Israel’s rapprochement with the Arab monarchies is a dangerous phenomenon for this state. This is a step towards disaster. The author demonstrates the basic law of being, money does not smell. But in my understanding, should be listed. This list is useful when you have to catch criminals around the world, once again.
  3. Yegorchik
    Yegorchik 3 January 2016 09: 17
    14
    Any state has some geopolitical ambitions, why does the author consider this to be bad if Iran has them?
    1. Target
      Target 3 January 2016 09: 30
      -23 qualifying.
      But it depends on what. For example, hundreds of feces are poured here when it comes to US actions.
      1. Colonel
        Colonel 3 January 2016 09: 37
        15
        Quote: Target
        when it comes to the USA.

        From Iranian ambitions, Russia is not cold and not hot, at least for now. Can you say the same about US ambitions?
        1. Target
          Target 3 January 2016 10: 00
          -4
          And you want to pull to the last, when it gets hot?
          I understand that while interests coincide, they seem to be allies, but then ... in general, see Turkey.
      2. Ami du peuple
        Ami du peuple 3 January 2016 09: 39
        19
        Quote: Target
        But it depends on what. For example, hundreds of feces spill over here when it comes to the USA

        Do you want, in relation to the country, which is our main geopolitical rival and potential military adversary, pour out liters of spirits? What, explain, the pressing geopolitical interests of the United States may be in the other half of the globe, in particular, in the former Soviet republics? It is not we who approached their borders with our military bases, but they to ours.
        1. Target
          Target 3 January 2016 09: 46
          -2
          So is it bad or good that the US has geopolitical ambitions? Yegorchik says that it’s not very bad.

          PS It reminds Turkey, they wore it right on their hands, they idolized Erdogan (I saw the plot on REN-TV), and as "Drying" was shot down, they immediately turned out to be sponsors of Daesh, traitors, etc., as if ours did not know anything before.
          1. Colonel
            Colonel 3 January 2016 09: 55
            +6
            Quote: Target
            saw a plot on REN-TV

            More objective Ren TV, only TV-3. When and how was Erdogan "idolized"? Yes, they treated him as a "partner", and after his tower was blown off, they called him crazy, but right?
            1. Target
              Target 3 January 2016 10: 13
              +1
              A bit wrong. There was no tower, and they did not talk about it before the "drying".

              So far, interests coincide with Iran - to eliminate Daesh, professing the Sunni direction of Islam. And then ... let's see how Iran will behave.
              1. alone
                alone 3 January 2016 15: 04
                +1
                Quote: Target
                So far, interests coincide with Iran - to eliminate Daesh, professing the Sunni direction of Islam

                DAISH does not profess Sunni Islam. DAISH professes Khaliji Salafism, which, in addition to its teachings, denies any direction in Islam and calls all infidels (atheists). Many Sunnis of Iraq and Syria are at war with DAISH
                1. Wheel
                  Wheel 3 January 2016 16: 15
                  0
                  Quote: lonely
                  DAISH does not profess Sunni Islam. DAISH professes Khaliji Salafism, which, in addition to its teachings, denies any direction in Islam and calls all infidels (atheists). Many Sunnis of Iraq and Syria are at war with DAISH

                  Oh, damn it, special in Islam!
                  Salafia (Arabic. سلفية from Arabic. سلف - "ancestors, predecessors") - direction in Sunni Islam, uniting Muslim religious leaders who, at different times in the history of Islam, called for orienting themselves on the lifestyle and faith of the early Muslim community, on the righteous ancestors (Arabic. السلف الصالحون - al-salaf al-salihun), qualifying as a bida all the latest innovations in these areas, starting with the methods of symbolic-allegorical interpretation of the Koran and ending with all kinds of innovations brought to the Muslim world by his contacts with the West.
                  The Kharijites (Ibadites), however, survived only in Oman, by and large.
                  And Oman does not support the IG, if Che, and generally tries to stay away from all kinds of showdowns.
                  1. alone
                    alone 3 January 2016 19: 46
                    0
                    Quote: Wheel
                    Oh, damn it, special in Islam!

                    Will you teach me a Muslim, what is Sunnis, Shiism or Salafism? Daesh even declared war on Saudi Arabia, which is considered a stronghold of Salafism. For Daesh there is no concept of Sunni, Shiite, Salafi. If they are not with Daesh, they are enemies. As for Wiki from which you provide a link, you can write anything there.
                    1. Wheel
                      Wheel 4 January 2016 00: 03
                      +1
                      Quote: lonely
                      Will you teach me a Muslim, what is Sunnis, Shiism or Salafism? Daesh even declared war on Saudi Arabia, which is considered a stronghold of Salafism. For Daesh there is no concept of Sunni, Shiite, Salafi. If they are not with Daesh, they are enemies. As for Wiki from which you provide a link, you can write anything there.

                      The fact that you consider yourself a Muslim does not make you the ultimate truth, especially since a devout Muslim is obliged to listen to the opinions of "Islamic scholars", and they all, as one, agree that the Salafis belong to the Sunni branch of Islam. Does the name Ibn Taymiyyah tell you anything?

                      IS declared war on SA, where is this from?
                      The creation of an Islamic coalition under the auspices of the SA - that was, the truth about the military aspect was immediately forgotten and the sponsorship of militants by Qatar and the SA did not stop.

                      Well, a little digression ...
                      Answer one simple question: Are you a Muslim by birth or belief?
                      1. alone
                        alone 4 January 2016 16: 26
                        +1
                        Quote: Wheel
                        Are you a Muslim by birth or belief?

                        And by birth and by conviction!
          2. Asadullah
            Asadullah 3 January 2016 10: 47
            +7
            So is it bad or good that the US has geopolitical ambitions?


            Well, yes, for their sake they destroy entire states that are from them on the other side of the earth. Could this be good?

            As for Turkey, the policy was to roll Turkey into the anti-American belt, who pursued such a strategy is a question. Most likely "persons of Caucasian nationality" close to the Kremlin. It was a mistake. She was punished for her. As for Iran, the relations with it were apparently developed by the same persons, frightening the country's leadership within the confessional split, in Russia itself. As well as the deterioration of relations with Israel and all Sunni states. At the same time, Iran has been the only and consistent antagonist of the United States for decades. Living under sanctions tighter than Russia.

            As for carrying on hands, Iran was beaten in the face with a teapot more, then starting relations with it, then ceasing to please geopolitics. It is they who fear Russia, as an inconsistent, capricious partner, constantly looking back at the United States and using Iran as a scarecrow. I hope that with the change in the vectors of political winds in the Middle East, relations with Iran will change, despite the lamentations of both yours and your like-minded people.
            1. Target
              Target 3 January 2016 14: 51
              -1
              Quote: Asadullah
              Well, yes, for their sake they destroy entire states that are from them on the other side of the earth.

              And what kind of states are they destroyed?
              Quote: Asadullah
              Could this be good?

              It seemed to be only about their presence ... So I’m talking
              Quote: Target
              depends on what.

              Quote: Egorchik
              geopolitical ambitions


              Quote: Asadullah
              Iran is the only and consistent US antagonist

              But what about Cuba?
              Quote: Asadullah
              I hope that with the change of the vectors of political winds in the Middle East, relations with Iran will also change.

              It is impossible to predict which way they will change.
            2. Kaiten
              Kaiten 3 January 2016 20: 08
              +2
              Quote: Asadullah
              Most likely "persons of Caucasian nationality" close to the Kremlin. It was a mistake. She was punished for her.

              No one was punished for her. Gatilov G.M. how the Deputy Foreign Minister worked, and it works.
          3. KaPToC
            KaPToC 3 January 2016 12: 30
            0
            It's like with alcohol, one hundred grams a day is good for health, but do not get drunk every day until the pig squeals. We do not need this drunk (USA) under our fence.
  4. SeregaBoss
    SeregaBoss 3 January 2016 09: 26
    10
    I won’t be surprised that in the near future it will turn out that Iran created the villain IS ...
  5. Vadim12
    Vadim12 3 January 2016 09: 29
    +6
    They gave the command: "Blacken and bark!" The mongrels said: "Yes!" This awaits in the media all the disagreeable ones who disobey Washington. Just like 3 kopecks.
  6. zakamsk1971
    zakamsk1971 3 January 2016 09: 29
    +5
    With such ,, allies, ”we must not study judo, but take the subject,“ Chess, ”in the form of a state exam at MGIMO.
  7. Rock_n_roll
    Rock_n_roll 3 January 2016 09: 30
    +8
    It seems that the article was written, at least by a true Jew, as a maximum Wahhabi.
    1. Same lech
      Same lech 3 January 2016 09: 36
      +8
      It seems that the article was written, at least by a true Jew, as a maximum Wahhabi.

      It is true that I have such suspicions ... the very construction of the article schematically leads us to the idea that IRAN is bad and should be punished .... officer hehe information front obviously works ... these guys like to publish such articles without worrying about the thoroughness of selection actual material.
  8. Federal
    Federal 3 January 2016 09: 34
    10
    It is difficult for us at the moment to determine who is our closest ally, but today Iran is definitely not an enemy, for which the author of the article, Vladimir Abepish, makes such a throw-in, it is not clear.
  9. Severodvinsk
    Severodvinsk 3 January 2016 09: 36
    +7
    The entire article refers to incorruptible, most independent Western sources ...
  10. Yak28
    Yak28 3 January 2016 09: 43
    +4
    And why not Iran dream of a new Persian Empire, Turkey about the Ottoman Empire, and Russia about the Russian Empire.
    1. MIKHALYCH1
      MIKHALYCH1 3 January 2016 14: 19
      +2
      Quote: Yak28
      And why not Iran dream of a new Persian Empire, Turkey about the Ottoman Empire, and Russia about the Russian Empire.

      Well, here's the task ... (remember the outline maps in schools)? Who thinks what?
    2. Kaiten
      Kaiten 3 January 2016 20: 23
      +2
      Quote: Yak28
      And why not Iran dream of a new Persian Empire, Turkey about the Ottoman Empire, and Russia about the Russian Empire.

      Do you know who owned such Russian territories as Dagestan before the conquest of their Republic of Ingushetia?
  11. jekasimf
    jekasimf 3 January 2016 09: 45
    +6
    I am especially pleased with this stuffing, or rather, throwing shit on the fan, at the moment when the Saudis (read Sunnis) staged another "democratic" execution of Shiites, only for the fact that they fought by peaceful, political methods, for their rights. I'm talking about the financing of ISIS, the war in Yemen, earlier, the financing of Chechen fighters and other dirty tricks.
    The Saudis are right exactly as long as Israel needs them, as opposed to the Shiite Hezbollah and Iran.
    Because the Saudis have all the shrines in Mecca, but the Shiite shrine, the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem. Here and draw conclusions.
    1. Dan4eG
      Dan4eG 3 January 2016 10: 44
      +3
      Because the Saudis have all the shrines in Mecca, but the Shiite shrine, the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem.

      For Sunni Islam, Jerusalem is the third holiest city after Mecca and Medina.
    2. Stirbjorn
      Stirbjorn 3 January 2016 11: 29
      0
      Quote: jekasimf
      Because the Saudis have all the shrines in Mecca, but the Shiite shrine, the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem. Here and draw conclusions.

      Nothing of the kind, Mecca, Medina and Al-Aqsa - all the shrines of Muslims in general hi
      1. Hello
        Hello 3 January 2016 11: 48
        +2
        Quote: Stirbjorn
        Nothing of the kind, Mecca, Medina and Al-Aqsa - all the shrines of Muslims in general

        The truth about Jerusalem in the Qur'an is not a word.
        1. prishelec
          prishelec 3 January 2016 12: 27
          +1
          Quote: Hello
          Quote: Stirbjorn
          Nothing of the kind, Mecca, Medina and Al-Aqsa - all the shrines of Muslims in general

          The truth about Jerusalem in the Qur'an is not a word.

          Because Jerusalem has never been a holy city, it became-made a "holy" just 150 years ago!
      2. miru mir
        3 January 2016 18: 01
        +1
        One hundred years ago, none of the Muslims knew this city. laughing Well, except for the Arabs living in Palestine ...
        1. prishelec
          prishelec 4 January 2016 02: 09
          +1
          Quote: miru mir
          One hundred years ago, none of the Muslims knew this city. laughing Well, except for the Arabs living in Palestine ...

          At the time of the writing of the tafsir "Al Jalalayn" (15th century), "Al Aqsa" was not associated with Jerusalem. This is also indicated by Professor Nisim Dana, who believes that Muslims misinterpret their holy books. In his studies, he repeatedly comes across the fact that before the beginning of the Zionist movement, before the beginning of the mass return of Jews to Eretz Yisrael (the end of the XNUMXth century), Muslims practically did not feel any special love and interest in either Erez or Jerusalem. This city never had any administrative significance for either the Arab caliphs or the Turkish sultans. Caliph Al-Walid moved the provincial capital of Palestine to the new city of Ramla he built. Jerusalem did not enter his head. And even when Eretz Yisrael became part of the Ottoman Empire, Ramla remained the capital. "Do you know," asks Dana, "that during the time of the Mamluks, Jerusalem served as a place of exile for disgraced emirs? What kind of holiness is there?"

          Is it even possible to assume that the territory sacred for a particular religion could serve as a place of exile for the guilty people? Imagine that as a punishment a Muslim is exiled to Mecca. Absurd? Of course. But how then could Jerusalem serve as a place of exile if it were perceived in those days by the Holy Land? Moreover, not just the Holy Land, but the Abrahamic Center of Monotheism, equally revered by the three major world religions? If Jerusalem really were a place of storage of the Holy Sepulcher, if it really was a holy place, representatives of all three religions would cherish it at all times. However, back in the first half of the XNUMXth century, he was a provincial town that did not attract anyone's attention!

          Jerusalem has no holiness, this is all a fictional story, Jewish scholars and professors themselves say this.
          1. miru mir
            4 January 2016 21: 31
            +1
            I am not special in theology, but the Jews have an ancient prayer in which there are such lines
            “If I forget you, Jerusalem, let my right hand dry.”
            May my tongue stick to my palate, if I do not remember you,
            if I do not exalt Jerusalem to the top of my joy ”

            And for Christianity, this city has been holy since time immemorial.
            And as for the Muslims, you're right hi
  12. surovts.valery
    surovts.valery 3 January 2016 09: 55
    15
    Here is the announcement of the site ca-news, on which this Vladimir Abepish strives, from September 17, 2012:
    Central Asian News Service Announces Start of NGO Information Support Program
    Central Asian News Service (CA-News) announces the launch of a program of information support to NGOs dealing with human rights and freedoms, the development of democratic institutions, and educational projects.
    This program is designed to promote the ideas and ideas of non-profit and human rights organizations in the media and the Internet.
    Within the framework of the program, for its participants, the Central Asian News Service offers:
    - the possibility of information support,
    -realization of joint projects,
    -the ability to consolidate public organizations and the media for the development of civil society institutions.
    Central Asian News Service (CA-News) is a rapidly growing online resource specializing in Central Asian information and gaining a reputation as a balanced and objective source. We have a wide network of correspondents in Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, and Tajikistan. Daily for our clients 100-150 news are produced in Russian, English and Uzbek. Each month, more than 160 thousand people in Asia, Europe, America and other continents use the information and services we prepare.
    Get informational support, i.e. become participants in the program, can:
    - non-profit non-governmental organizations, public organizations of the Central Asian region (Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Afghanistan and Turkmenistan).
    To participate in the program, you need to send an application by e-mail: [email protected] or [email protected]
    Questions can be asked by calling 996 (312) 65-03-09, 35-30-91.
    http://ca-news.org/news:1040690/

    After reading this set of phrases:"dealing with issues of human rights and freedoms, the development of democratic institutions, as well as educational projects", it becomes very clear - for whom, for whom, for what and for whose money this observer writes.
    1. Colonel
      Colonel 3 January 2016 10: 00
      +7
      Quote: surovts.valery
      dealing with human rights and freedoms ....

      I liked it more
      Quote: surovts.valery
      Daily for our customers are produced 100-150 news ...
  13. Fei_Wong
    Fei_Wong 3 January 2016 09: 59
    +8
    Quote: The same Lech

    The author of the facts in the studio ... that the article makes me vague feelings that this is a custom article.

    A person needs to work out a grant, why do you demand any facts from him? It was said - "in the opinion of many foreign experts." This is the same magic formula that the "British scientists proved". Explains everything in the world.
  14. Sars
    Sars 3 January 2016 10: 20
    +5
    Tajikistan for Iran is the same as Ukraine for Russia.
    I think the Iranians are not very pleased to watch the mess arranged by our supposedly friend Rahmon.
  15. Friends
    Friends 3 January 2016 10: 34
    +6
    The article, most likely, is custom-made - in the spirit of our Westerners. The author mixed a bunch of real facts and a bunch of speculation - his own and others ...

    Wonderful thoughts:

    [quote] For example, Iran funded the Tajik education system. He supported everything from teacher training to providing literature. In the capital of Tajikistan, under the pretext of teaching the Persian language, free radical literature was distributed / quote]

    [quote] It should be noted that at the conference there were a lot of words about Islamic unity, however, everyone knows Iran’s hypocrisy in this matter. Today Iran is actively promoting the idea of ​​the “Shiite axis” and, realizing its strategic tasks, sometimes intervenes very roughly in internal affairs of other states, not disdaining even the support of terrorist organizations. Iran intervenes in the affairs of countries such as Iraq, Azerbaijan, Lebanon, Bahrain, Yemen, where at least a small number of Shiite people live. Recently, Iran has been trying to influence the policies of Tajikistan by hosting members of the terrorist IRPT declared in Tajikistan. Moreover, the question arises about the September events of 2015, which took place in Tajikistan, when former members of the armed groups of the United Tajik Opposition, led by Muhiddin Kabiri, attempted to carry out a coup d'etat, whether Iran is behind those events, which is very likely. [/ quote]

    Almost everything that is written in the article can be said about Saudi Arabia and Turkey (about "supermen", because of a big puddle, I am not even talking about) ...

    Given that Tajikistan has strong Turkish influence, and the actions of Russia and Iran, the Turks and Saudis do not like much - to put it mildly - I think that you can guess who benefits from such a scribble ...
  16. Warrior Hamilton
    Warrior Hamilton 3 January 2016 10: 49
    -9
    Correctly written! Iran is the oldest sponsor of Islamic terrorism in the world, preaching radical Shiite Islam, teacher and inspirer of Afghan mujahideen, enemy and currently "accidental fellow traveler" of Russia (as the stars in the sky converged) Iran has supported international terrorism since the Islamic revolution in 1979. Iranian The Islamic regime views terrorism as a way of waging a war to purify Islam and as a legitimate way to fight heretics and non-believers. Terrorism is used by Iran to overthrow secular regimes in Islamic countries and spread the Islamic revolution. There are known terrorist attacks carried out by Iran in Germany, Switzerland, Turkey and the United States, as well as against another terrorist state - Israel. Uryakalka, with which this resource abounds, think that by praising the "new ally" of the Russian Federation, they thereby "express patriotism." Before uryakakat, ask what this beast did in his country during the "Islamic revolution" and what he taught his own kind in Afghanistan and where in Chechnya the "Sharia courts" appeared. Good, correct, rare article in our time! Uryakalki, take off your rose-colored glasses before it's too late!
    1. Yak28
      Yak28 3 January 2016 11: 28
      +4
      Saudi Arabia, Turkey, the USA, Pakistan are the creators and accomplices of the most serious terrorist organizations, such as al-Qaeda and ISIS.
      Even in England, Al Qaeda fighters were trained to fight the Soviet troops in Afghanistan. Iran is a peaceful and secular state compared to them.
      1. Warrior Hamilton
        Warrior Hamilton 3 January 2016 14: 05
        0
        A secular state is usually ruled by ministers, not mullahs. About the terrorists "Hamas" created and sponsored by Iran from the very "Muslim Brotherhood" whom the world has known since 1967, when the Saudis were still carrying oil on donkeys, and the Pashtuns peacefully wandered from Afghanistan to Pakistan after another raid and slaughtered each other in compliance with the laws blood vengeance (who was in Pakistan, he saw the cemeteries studded with black flags for the unavenged). And what, Shiite terrorists are better than Sunni terrorists! So you can compare, we type: "Mass executions in Iran" And where is ISIS, and where are the "guards of the Islamic revolution"? One field of berries ..... Do not be moved by the "allies", gentlemen!
        1. Hello
          Hello 3 January 2016 14: 27
          +1
          Quote: Warrior Hamilton
          About the terrorists "Hamas" created and sponsored by Iran from the very "Muslim Brotherhood" whom the world has known since 1967, when the Saudis were still carrying oil on donkeys.

          As if Hamas was created in 1987, so for reference. And the Persians had the same relation to its creation as Qatar with Turkey to Hezbollah. Iran did other interesting things, but had nothing to do with the creation of Hamas. He began to flirt with him in the late 90s.
          Quote: Warrior Hamilton
          And what, Shiite terrorists are better than Sunni terrorists! So you can compare, we type: "Mass executions in Iran" And where is ISIS, and where are the "guards of the Islamic revolution"? One field of berries ..... Do not be moved by the "allies", gentlemen!

          I agree with you here hi
          1. Warrior Hamilton
            Warrior Hamilton 3 January 2016 15: 45
            +1
            As if ... The Muslim Brothers "were created in 1928. Turks, Hitlerite Germany, and the British poured money into them. They just started talking about them after the Arab-Israeli conflicts, because they began to grow on the" new wave " Relying on sponsorship money, a good "Petri dish" was created for breeding various bloodthirsty animals. hi
        2. Warrior Hamilton
          Warrior Hamilton 3 January 2016 14: 55
          -7
          Fools, before minus thoughtlessly, ask yourself questions to yourself:
          1. Are you happy with the "ally" who has been working against your country for many decades and sponsoring the Mujahideen in the same way as the US, Saudis and Israel do? 2. Do you see Iran as a reliable ally of Russia in this region after the embago is lifted? 3 Do you consider a country in which intercontinental ballistic missiles and atomic weapons are created, and people according to Sharia law are hanged up like corn, in bundles on the streets - a partner with whom you can do business in a civilized way?
          1. miru mir
            3 January 2016 18: 13
            +1
            Israel sponsored the mujahideen? What nonsense ...
        3. Yak28
          Yak28 3 January 2016 20: 54
          -2
          Hamas terrorists are terrorists for you, but in Russia, Hamas and Hezbollah are not considered a terrorist organization, and ISIS, Jebhat al-Nusra are counted. And mass executions in Saudi Arabia have surpassed everyone. Your ISIS created the United States to pursue its goals in Iraq, Libya, Syria, and other countries of the Middle East. Previously, Bin Laden worked with the Alkaide and the Taliban in the USA, now they created ISIS. And you write some nonsense about Hamas. If the United States and its allies do not support terrorists, they won’t be able to breathe
    2. miru mir
      3 January 2016 18: 11
      +2
      Quote: Warrior Hamilton
      against another terrorist state - Israel

      You are deeply mistaken about Israel.
      1. Warrior Hamilton
        Warrior Hamilton 3 January 2016 19: 01
        -3
        Of course, you are there white-fluffy. Everything about you lies, only you tell the truth about the womb ..... Here are excerpts from the Israeli ru / NEWSru resource: Israel supplies weapons to states with which it does not have diplomatic relations, including Arab countries. This is evidenced by the documents of the UK government. In the past five years, the products of the Israeli defense industry have been purchased by Egypt, Morocco, Algeria and the UAE. \\\\\\\\ According to reports, in 2008-12, Israel supplied weapons to many Muslim countries. Egypt and Morocco received electronic warfare equipment and equipment for pilots, and the United Arab Emirates - a system that interferes with missile launch, equipment for pilots, refueling facilities and radars. \\\\ I do not want to be accused of fraud, google and rob because there is a lot of information on the Internet on this subject and I don’t want to spend time.
        1. miru mir
          3 January 2016 19: 15
          +2
          That is, you believe one resource, but not the other? And how do you choose the truthful and throw away the false? Share, please.
          What about fluffy white-You are right about something. Such on BV do not survive hi
          1. Warrior Hamilton
            Warrior Hamilton 3 January 2016 20: 09
            +1
            Yes, how-how, get drunk vodka, grab a tambourine and let's throw ... fellow lol
            Well, at least the interlocutor appeared, alive, not a voyeur, something can be answered ... Not in vain negative good hi
            1. miru mir
              3 January 2016 21: 29
              0
              No one to talk to? Get married laughing
              1. Warrior Hamilton
                Warrior Hamilton 3 January 2016 23: 14
                -1
                Yes, I’m already a grandfather! laughing And at the expense of talking (talking, by common people), then people on this site do not communicate, they ....... spy! They put minus signs, plus signs, like crickets from under the stove, it is not visible who, but ruined. Apparently from this, coitus includes laughing So I'm glad to talk! wassat
                1. miru mir
                  4 January 2016 21: 22
                  +2
                  Well, I look into the comments for communication drinks Well, express your opinion ...
          2. Weyland
            Weyland 4 January 2016 02: 38
            0
            Quote: miru mir
            Such on BV do not survive


            And what, outside BV there is already a place where they survive? laughing
        2. guzik007
          guzik007 4 January 2016 10: 13
          -1
          Of course, you are there white-fluffy. Everything about you lies, only you about the truth the uterus ..
          ---------------------------------------------
          Well, of course. Only we have the holy right to supply our weapons to the listed countries. You, Hamilton, at least analyze a little before you write nonsense.
          1. Warrior Hamilton
            Warrior Hamilton 4 January 2016 11: 00
            0
            Well, if you have a holy right, then sell it to Georgia or Ukraine.
            Let the Jewish mothers say thanks to the Jews, and Russians to the Russians. The analyst here is here and analyze.
        3. Warrior Hamilton
          Warrior Hamilton 4 January 2016 10: 30
          0
          Lord Jews! Set the disadvantages to yourself. It is not I who sell the products of the Israeli defense industry to countries breeding aggressive savages, and it was not I who came up with this, but published a report of the British government one of your Internet resources. Scandals about arms sales periodically surface in the press. By the way: “Money doesn’t smell!” - this is also not my idea.
          1. miru mir
            4 January 2016 21: 24
            0
            Quote: Warrior Hamilton
            I sell products of the defense industry of Israel to countries producing aggressive savages

            Nonsense smile Russian Kalash-on many flags-terrorist and wild.
            1. Warrior Hamilton
              Warrior Hamilton 5 January 2016 11: 54
              0
              Am I praising this? fool A video wanders around the Internet, where blacks presented a chimpanzee with an automaton. Well, very instructive ... laughing
  17. Friends
    Friends 3 January 2016 10: 50
    0
    Quote: The same Lech
    It seems that the article was written, at least by a true Jew, as a maximum Wahhabi.

    It is true that I have such suspicions ... the very construction of the article schematically leads us to the idea that IRAN is bad and should be punished .... officer hehe information front obviously works ... these guys like to publish such articles without worrying about the thoroughness of selection actual material.


    Probably.
  18. Mjohn
    Mjohn 3 January 2016 11: 05
    +2
    How Shiite Iran can influence Sunni Tajikistan, crazy article laughing
  19. ALEA IACTA EST
    ALEA IACTA EST 3 January 2016 11: 11
    +2
    Undisguised provocation.
  20. 31rus
    31rus 3 January 2016 11: 31
    +3
    Dear, each state pursues its own goals, pursues its own policy (well, the EU doesn’t already) and this is an indicator that the World is developing no matter what. Iran is one of the key players in the region and quite possibly soon in the World. That’s why we need to get closer to Iran and not only on regional issues, then we will know the intention, understand the actions of the leadership of this country, that is, maintain normal relations and not demanding anything more from the partner. We will miss this opportunity, other countries will take our place
  21. tehnokrat
    tehnokrat 3 January 2016 11: 59
    +3
    Quote: Warrior Hamilton
    Correctly written! Iran is the oldest sponsor of Islamic terrorism in the world, preaching radical Shiite Islam, teacher and inspirer of the Afghan mujahideen, enemy and currently "accidental fellow traveler" of Russia


    I can’t say that I completely agree.

    Islam today is the only one of the world religions that carries the bacillus of extremism, and which of the branches of Islam is most struck by this bacillus, and who their oldest sponsor there is, probably, even a question for orientalists.

    As for the Afghan Mujahideen: so they fought against the USSR, the country of atheism. And atheism is unacceptable for all areas of Islam. An atheist for all of them is the main unfaithful!

    Here with the general idea of ​​the Warriors of Hamilton I agree, plus. Iran is a dangerous beast because it is strong and independent.

    And to use to your advantage the coincidence of interests with the interests of the strong is correct and reasonable, if "keep your ear on the alert"
  22. fzr1000
    fzr1000 3 January 2016 12: 04
    +4
    Yes, everyone needs to keep an eye out. With the same Syria. And then we’ll disperse all bearded men, and the Americans will develop the deposits, as they already spoke in Iran. Or worse.
  23. Babayka
    Babayka 3 January 2016 14: 07
    +3
    We need to take note of the information. It is good that Iran is now our ally, but more recently he considered us an enemy. We do not need to idealize the allies. We too often burned on this.
    1. MIKHALYCH1
      MIKHALYCH1 3 January 2016 14: 34
      0
      Quote: Babayka
      We need to take note of the information. It is good that Iran is now our ally, but more recently he considered us an enemy. We do not need to idealize the allies. We too often burned on this.

      Russia learned a good lesson in the 80s and 90s ... We know all the "brothers" and "partners"!
  24. colotun
    colotun 3 January 2016 14: 37
    +4
    This author’s article about Iran is surprisingly deceitful, dirty, and commissioned. The main accusation of the author towards Iran in starting and supporting the civil war in Tajikistan is the unsubstantiated provocation of clean water. In fact, there are three times more Tajiks living in Iran than in Tajikistan itself, and if Iran wanted to, given the actual transparency of the Iran-Turkmenistan border, there would have been a blood bath in Tajikistan for a long time. But Iran does not want this and he used all his influence together with Russia to end the civil war in Tajikistan in 1992-1997. Iran is also a religious authority for Chechnya, since they have one common direction in the Islamic religion and Iran offers Chechens to live and develop in the world as part of the Russian Federation and never sent their military advisers to bandits in Chechnya, unlike other well-known Arab countries. Iran is Russia's natural geopolitical ally in the Middle East region. Russia and Iran have foreign interests and no contradictions in foreign policy and trade (economy). Iran has repeatedly warned Russia that if it renounces friendship with it, it will quickly lose the Caucasus. It was necessary 10 years ago to help Iran rearm the army and conclude with it the closest alliance in all directions. But the United States and its allies in the Middle East do not want this and are very successful in preventing it. Both Russia and Iran are in an international political and economic blockade, and even here they would understand and naturally unite in the fight against common enemies.
    1. MIKHALYCH1
      MIKHALYCH1 3 January 2016 14: 47
      +5
      Quote: colotun
      But the United States and its allies in the Middle East do not want this and are very successful in preventing it.

      That's why we will continue to interact with Iran! In spite of the United States and Israel ... but very carefully!
    2. sleeping sayan
      sleeping sayan 3 January 2016 18: 58
      0
      In Tajikistan, in 1990, during the riots, Tajiks stopped passers-by and asked: Do you know who Wahhab is? Those who did not know were beaten. In the riots in Tajikistan, which went into civil war, Arabs were noted.
  25. VSkilled
    VSkilled 3 January 2016 14: 43
    +1
    Iran’s hypocrisy ...


    “Well, whose cow would moo, and yours would shut up and die ...” ©

    Or: oh, after all, who would say "for hypocrisy", only - not Jewish trolls ...
  26. Gora66
    Gora66 3 January 2016 15: 00
    +2
    "Vladimir Abepish" ... it's strange, but the impression is that this "expert" was born to write a single article, this article ... no other publications, behind this author, are not observed ...
    1. Same lech
      Same lech 3 January 2016 17: 37
      +3
      "Vladimir Abepish" ... strange but it seems that this "expert" was born to write one single article


      Actually, this can be said as a marker that clearly shows that a person works in the service of the interests of a state ... so to speak, the daughter of a Crimean officer hailing from WASHINGTON smile

      how these people are not disguised, they still pierce the details and trifles that are unusual for us.
  27. Oquz
    Oquz 3 January 2016 19: 01
    -1
    oh Russian Russian, you know PERSOV very poorly!
    1. padded jacket
      padded jacket 3 January 2016 20: 22
      0
      I read up to these words and then simply did not:
      Quote: article
      For information on the last conference in Tehran on Islamic unity, members were invited Hezbollah.

      Quote: article
      Perhaps Iran’s plans to create a similar one on the IRPT platform Hezbollah extremist group which

      Do you even agree among yourself how to write correctly - Hezbollah or Hezbollah .
      The article is translated and clearly ordered either by Wahhabis or Israel or by terrorists, which is basically the same thing.
  28. sleeping sayan
    sleeping sayan 3 January 2016 20: 41
    0
    What are you, scaring us, Persians. Or are you afraid that the vegetable markets will be taken from you. And how you won’t come to the market. And there, there’s a humpbacked nose, a big cap, an airfield. Fucking, tomato, buy. Yes.
  29. Weyland
    Weyland 4 January 2016 02: 34
    +1
    In the capital of Tajikistan, under the pretext of teaching the Persian language, free literature of a Shiite orientation was distributed free of charge.

    It's five! laughing The author is unaware that Tajiks call their native language "force" and that Persian and Tajik differ about as much as the Moscow and Vologda dialects (not counting the borrowed words of the last century - Tajiks borrowed technical terms from Russian, and Iranians from English)
  30. guzik007
    guzik007 4 January 2016 10: 23
    +1
    I am amazed at the naivety of many commentators! Why did you decide that our "allies" should kiss us passionately? We're not talking about neighbors over the fence. when it comes to relations between states, personal interests are pursued, first of all, which can be promoted at a certain stage and through some kind of agreement with a neighbor - no more! Everything else is pure vassals and no more. That sooner or later results in inciting old grievances. Remember the Warsaw Pact and the subsequent showdown with the "friends" in the bloc. There are no friends in the world until the grave! China and Turkey and many others. So to call Iran either a traitor or something else is an indicator of the complete naivety of ideas about international relations.
  31. Old26
    Old26 4 January 2016 11: 10
    +1
    The article put PLUS. And not because I agree with the opinion of the author in everything, with many of the things that he wrote I do not agree. And he put the plus for one thought, which experts in the East have been voicing for about 10 years, no less, but they are not stubbornly heard.
    And the idea (idea) expressed by the author is as follows (not verbatim, but in essence):
    IRAN BY ALL FORCE AIMS TO DOMINATE IN THE REGION USING ANY MEANS

    And this NEVER not worth it FORGET. There may be some momentary allied relations with Iran, but no more. Do not forget that this state will always put forward its own interests (as in principle others).
    FAVORABLE NOW IRAN has good relations with Russia - they will talk about fraternity, friendship. They will not be profitable - we will become for them both accomplices of Satan, and enemies. And Iran will extend its geopolitical interests not only to Iraq, Syria or some other countries in its region, but also to the north. Central Asia, Azerbaijan - all this will be in the zone of their interests ...

    But we, as always, have a majority who believe that there are only two opinions: their and the wrong one. Therefore, such a reaction to the article, labels and more.
    Some (not on this thread) go even further in the development of relations with Iran. They propose to place nuclear weapons and their delivery vehicles on the territory of Iran. Probably on the principle "to spite grandmother ..."

    That is, Iran should be treated as a temporary, I emphasize, TEMPORARY ally. And solve the relationship problems based on all of this. I hope our leadership listens to the opinion of Orientalists, including and in Iran.

    Do not forget that Iran is a country with a well-developed military industry, capable of producing long-range missiles that are already capable of covering the European part of Russia. Do not forget that Iran is a threshold country.
    Yes, the agreement on their nuclear program pushed the threat of Iran getting nuclear weapons, but once done, experts already know how to do the next ...

    Very interesting posts LONELY. I read with interest his opinion and vision of the situation not from outside, and not from a distance of thousands of kilometers, but literally from the border itself
  32. Santjaga_Garka
    Santjaga_Garka 4 January 2016 12: 03
    0
    And after all, they themselves do not hurt a big pimple, but there, they climb to command and manage the region ...