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In the past week, Palestinian President Abbas has told Iran to shutup, and the UAE has started to build a port amidst fears that Iran would close the Strait of Hormuz on them.

Now, the most recent demonstration that the Arabs have had enough with them, Morocco has cut its relations with Iran:

Morocco has cut diplomatic links with Iran, the Moroccan Foreign Ministry said on Friday, in the wake of outcry in the Sunni Muslim world over a statement by an Iranian official questioning Bahrain’s sovereignty.

“The Kingdom of Morocco has decided to break its diplomatic relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran beginning of this Friday,” the ministry said in a three-line statement. It did not elaborate.

Officials in Rabat said the action was part of an outcry among Sunni Arab countries over the remarks by Shiite-ruled Iran casting doubt on Bahrain as a Sunni-ruled independent Gulf Arab state.

On Feb. 25, Rabat recalled its envoy in protest at what Foreign Minister Taieb Fassi Fihri said was “some inappropriate language” directed against Morocco in a communique reported by the Iranian news agency IRNA.

The Iranian statement was issued in response to a message of support sent by Morocco’s King Mohammed to the Bahraini monarch, King Hamad Bin Isa al-Khalifa, calling Iran’s remarks on Bahrain’s sovereignty irresponsible.

According to media reports, Ali Akbar Nateq-Nouri, an adviser to Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, said last month Iran had sovereignty over Bahrain.

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I can’t help but find the muslim-on-muslim hate amusing.

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