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ALWAYS AND FOREVER, THE PERSIAN GULF

Marze Por Gohar Party
June 15, 2004

(Paraphrase)

ďFront to back, shoulder to shoulder
We would rather die protecting Iran,
Than allow the enemy in our bordersĒ
- Ferdowsi

Due to the recent events involving the relatively newly formed Persian Gulf states such as Qatar and the United Arab Emirates, our territorial integrity, culture, and characteristic kindness are coming once again under attack. It seems that these small marginal countries, which only exist as a result of foreign powers, are under the impression that if they can muster enough of a ruckus perhaps they fill find an audience willing to hear their baseless declarations.

The United Arab Emirates, Qatar, and other Arabic countries, have called on the Arab League and the European Union to help resolve dispute over the Persian Gulf Islands. However there are no points of contention, the Persian Gulf Islands belong to Iran. In keeping with tradition, the Islamic Republic has in fact even worked towards legitimizing this so called conflict by declaring that they will sit and have a dialogue regarding the ownership of the islands. This is just one more instance of the clerical regime working against Iran as they have always done.

Qatar, in a desperate attempt to attract attention to its asinine demands, has even fired upon an Iranian fishing boat, injuring its crew and killing the captain. It should be firmly noted that the small fishing boat was in Iranian waters, and hence Qatarís actions can certainly be viewed as an act of war.

The fact that the clerical regime is only mildly rebuking Qatarís reckless actions should certainly not be a surprise to anyone. Instead of expelling the ambassador from Qatar, they have merely summoned him, seeking an explanation. It is only natural that the Islamic Republic will not outright condemn this act against our territorial integrity; after all, they have billions invested into the various Persian Gulf states.

The Marze Por Gohar Party once reiterates that Iranians will differentiate between friend and foe solely based on national interest.

The Persian Gulf states should take heed to the fact that they are merely tenants, and Iranians are the real owners of this land and water. The well being of these Arabic states in question lies in large part with Iran, and just because Iranians are extremely kind people, that doesnít mean we canít make their lives very difficult.

We, along with our fellow compatriots are outraged at the bellicose actions of Qatar. We can only perceive this act as an attempt to violate and undermine our territorial integrity. We will not sit idle while Arab countries make ludicrous claims regarding the ownership of the Persian Gulf and its islands.

Under no circumstances will we forgo our historical rights to the Persian Gulf, and the Persian Gulf islands.

We again condemn all actions and statements that attempt to deprive us of our ownership of the Persian Gulf and itís islands.

We once again proudly state that the sea area between the Arabian Peninsula and Iran is, and will continue to the be called the Persian Gulf, and that this body of water and itís islands are, and will continue to be part of Iranís territory.

Long Live Iran.

Marze Por Gohar Party


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