Welcoming New Sanctions Against IRGC Commanders and Affiliates

Iran Sanctions

The Iranian Resistance welcomes sanctions by the US Treasury Department against a number of Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) commanders and affiliates, engaged in suppressing and plundering the Iranian people as well as export of terrorism and proliferation of ballistic missiles. The Iranian Resistance views this as a necessary step in dealing with the clerical regime’s suppressive, belligerent, and terrorist policies and proliferation of ballistic missiles that endanger the peace and tranquility in the region.

These sanctions should be quickly extended to all the individuals, entities, institutions, and companies affiliated or dealing with the IRGC, as well as to the IRGC’s foreign mercenaries. It is even more imperative that sanctions be imposed on IRGC commanders stationed in 31 provinces throughout Iran, who are responsible for suppressing the population.

Implementing the law passed by the US Congress regarding sanctions on the IRGC, as well as designating IRGC as a terrorist entity, require adopting measures to expel the IRGC from the region, specifically Syria and Iraq,. These measures are prerequisite to ending the war and bloodshed and establishing peace in the region.

The Iranian Resistance calls on the European Union to join in sanctioning the IRGC.

A major part of the Iranian economy is controlled by the IRGC, and therefore deals with the IRGC are tantamount to fueling its belligerence, its terror and suppression machine, the expansion of its nuclear weapons program and the proliferation of ballistic missiles.

IRGC Brigadier, Gholamreza Jalali, the commander of the regime’s Passive Defense, acknowledged in an interview with the state TV on October 29 that the IRGC’s Khatam-ol-Anbiya Headquarters “carries out many projects such as building dams, power plants, and refineries… Some 5,000 companies are working with the Khatam Headquarters.”

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran
October 31, 2017

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