Syria is a shadow, the main goal is the Iranian regime

Syria is a shadow, the main goal is the Iranian regime 2

The bombs and missiles, which were launched on April 14th to Bashar al-Assad’s chemical production and distribution centers, seem to have been hit politically to the Mullahs regime. Because some of the Iranian regime’s agents and analysts acknowledge that all the forces that support Bashar al-Assad today in Syria invited by Mullahs regime there, (Russia, Hezbollah Lebanon and other terrorist troops in Syria)

Syria is a shadow, the main goal is the Iranian regime

On the other hand, although Russia is currently the first force in Syria, the preservation of Bashar al-Assad, unlike the clerical regime of Iran, is not strategic for Russia.

This is why the Mullahs regime’s response to this attack is so hysterical and horrific, as Khamenei himself immediately came to the scene and reacted against it.

Afterwards, we witnessed a massive propaganda campaign and a huge amount of comments from the authorities and the regime’s media.

In reaction to the attacks on Bashar al-Assad and the Mullahs regime’s interests in these attacks, Khamenei deceptively said that “Their purpose of these attacks is not to hit Syria, Iraq or Afghanistan. but they want blow to the Islamic nation and Islam”. (Iran state TV, April 14, 2018) It is clear that the Islamic nation and Islam and such words in the culture of Mullahs rule are the pseudonym of the corrupt regime of Velayat-e faqih.

One of the agents of Khamenei’s gang, Saadallah Zarei, says, “Syria is a shadow, the main goal is the Iranian regime” says National Security Advisor John Bolton.

While pointing to the role of the national security adviser in the attack, Khamenei’s gang member acknowledged that since the Iran regime plays a key role in keeping President Bashar al-Assad governed in rule and even “everyone in Syria today is in defense of the people! and their government” They are invited to by Iran “(Fars News Agency, April 14). So, the target of the attack has been Iran regime.

Hermidas Bavand, a former diplomat, also asked the regime to “go beyond” with the question “What was the message of the American invasion to Syria?”

While expressing dismay at Russia’s lack of action and the fact that Russia “will not do anything other than verbal sentencing”. It does not take any other action from the verb condemnation and does not react “to the extent that it condemns or rightly states that it will make Syria’s future more difficult and prolonged.”

Another former ambassador to the regime, Qadiri Abyaneh, also said that “the ultimate goal of the United States, Britain and France of attack on Syria was to confront the Iran,” as they intended to “block the Hezbollah as a prelude to confronting Iran. In fact, the ultimate goal of the West was to confront Iran has been »

Mehdi Motahrania, a member of the Rouhani gang, warns in fear of the consequences of attacking the chemical facilities of Bashar al-Assad in Syria: “We have to keep our hat tight, so that it does not hurl us out of our heads, and we strengthen our foundations so hard and so close to us.” If the tornado comes cannot take us out of the ground. We have to make the most of our efforts to get out of this conflict. ”

As the comments from the members of both gangs come up, the fact is that after Bashar al-Assad, this Mullahs regime is a major loser to attacking the chemical facilities of Bashar al-Assad.

For many times, the international community has emphasized that Iranian regime is the source of many conflicts in the countries of the region and should stop interfering in Syria and interfering in the internal affairs of other countries in the region.

The United States Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, at the Security Council meeting, explicitly called the actions of the Iranian regime in countries like Syria and Yemen as the source of human tragedies from military conflicts in the Middle East, adding that the Mullahs regime is the source of destabilizing measures that are almost entirely in the Middle East has spread.

 

It now seems that it’s time that this regime, which has been “The wind was planting” for years with its evil presence in the region, is now “Now the storm will reap”, as Mehdi Motahrania, a gangs’ member of Mullahs regime, acknowledged “a storm has raged in the region, and the possibility The incidence of whirlwind has increased “and is in the horror of the storm, which recommends the regime to” change in different dimensions “and is ready to drink the next poison cups.

 

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Destruction Of Syrian Dictator’s Chemical Plant Is A Necessary Step To End The Catastrophe In Syria

And it must be complemented by the complete dismissal of the IRGC and their mercenary militias from across the region

The targeting of centers and facilities for the production and maintenance of the deadly chemical weapons of the brutal Syrian dictator and the dismantling of the war machine of this regime is an indispensable step to end the Syrian tragedy, which, for seven years, has killed more than 500,000 people among them children , women and The innocent and defenseless people and also displaced half of the Syrian population, and its scope has gone well beyond the borders of this country.

This action, which has been demanded by Syrian people and freedom lovers of this country and other countries in the region, must be completed by expelling the anti-human clerical regime and its Revolutionary Gurards and mercenaries from Syria, Yemen, Iraq and other countries of the region.

Iranian regime is the leading element of survival of Bashar al-Assad and the main source of terrorism and extremism and warmongering in the Middle East and the vast parts of the world.

The policy of appeasement with the ruling religious fascism in Iran has led the regime to unprecedentedly increase its crime against humanity and war crimes without paying any price at all. It is time to put an end to appeasement and neglect against these crimes, which are flagrant violations of internationally recognized rules and standards.

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran
April 14, 2018

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Iran Regime Lies About Arming Houthis

The Iranian Regime is once again lying about its involvement in the Yemeni war, which has caused thousands of deaths and triggered a humanitarian crisis; just days after Russia vetoed a UN Security Council resolution that would have condemned Iran for supplying the Yemeni Houthis with weapons and missiles, in violation of an arms embargo.

Bahram Qassemi, a spokesman for the Iranian Foreign Ministry, outright denied that Iran sent weapons to Yemen and accused the UK of “dishonest behaviour” for drafting the resolution.

He said: “We don’t send weapons to Yemen. Such allegations and attempts are made to project the blame on others by those who want to use the existing situation against Iran. We are witnessing a [sic] dishonest behaviour from the British government that uses the international mechanisms to defend the aggressor despite its slogans about a peaceful settlement of the Yemen crisis.”

He went on to claim that the situation in Yemen “is the result of the export of British and American arms”, but it is notable that UN experts have completed a report that found Iran was supplying military aid to the Houthis.

It’s not a coincidence that these comments came just days after General Joseph Votel, head of the US Central Command in the Middle East, told the House Armed Services Committee that Iran was trying to turn Yemen into a client state, as it did with Lebanon, but in a much shorter timeframe.

Votel said: “Iran has extended its tentacles across the region through numerous proxies, including Lebanese Hezbollah operating in multiple countries, hardline Iranian-backed Shia militia groups (SMGs) in Iraq and Syria, and Iranian support has enabled the Houthis.”

This is not surprising when you listen to the recent comments of Ali Akbar Velayati, a foreign policy adviser to Iran’s supreme leader Ali Khamenei.

Velayati said: “Our presence in the region is inevitable. We will continue this process, so as to become the most decisive force in the region. We are present in Iraq, Syria, Palestine, and Lebanon…We help Yemen because it is our human duty to do so. Saudi Arabia must know that this ongoing process will make Yemen its Vietnam.”

In this, Velayati is admitting that Iran deceives its enemies, when others claim that they are not building a coalition of Shiite forces in Syria and Iraq, and that Iran’s goal in aiding the Houthis is not aiding Yemen but hurting Saudi Arabia.

Iran is gaining military dominance in Yemen in the same way that it did in Iraq, which makes it easy to see why the Houthis blocked a 2016 peace deal and why Iran is interfering in Iraq’s upcoming elections.

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How The World Views Iran’s Role In Syria

By Heshmat Alavi

As protests across Iran experience a variety of ups and downs following a major surge early this year, a wide array of analysts are seen writing about this important country’s domestic and foreign developments.

More recently, concerns for Tehran are also increasing abroad as its international isolation begins to take its toll.

To stand alongside the Iranian people, the international community must raise the cost of Tehran’s belligerence.

In a piece some time ago I discussed How Iran Is Losing Europe, especially taking into consideration the distancing of France from Iran and President Emmanuelle Macron’s improving relations with the United States.

Considering the fact that Iran’s economy is in desperate need of business ties with large French firms, such developments have become increasingly concerning for the Iranian regime’s ruling elite.

President Macron recently threatened military action against the Assad regime in Syria, widely known to be remaining in power thanks to the support of Iran and Russia.

“France will strike” if the Syrian conflict witnesses the use of chemical weapons against civilians, being in violation of international treaties, according to Reuters.

“On chemical weapons, I set a red line and I reaffirm that red line,” Macron added. “If we have proven evidence that chemical weapons proscribed in treaties are used, we will strike the place where they are made.”

Last May Macron emphasized chemical weapons use would represent a “red line” crossing. Updating his position, Macron took advantage of last Friday’s telephone call with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to weigh in grave concern over signs of chlorine bomb usage against civilians in Syria.

In recent weeks, rescue workers and aid groups in Syria, and the U.S. government, have been accusing Damascus of repeatedly deploying chlorine gas as a chemical weapon against civilians in Ghouta and Idlib.

This highly dangerous chemical substance, which Syria claims to possess legally for purposes such as water purification, can be lethal when used as a weapon and causes suffocation.

The “Syrians for Truth and Justice” organization is reporting how missiles carrying poisonous gasses targeting Ghouta belonged to Iran:

“According to Bellingcat, the munitions used in the February 1 attack are Improvised Rocket Assisted Munitions (IRAMs), based on modified Iranian 107mm rockets. The standard warhead has been replaced with a large pressurized gas cylinder, and tail fins have been added to the rocket.”

Such developments go alongside further troubles brewing for Iran, emanating from strong remarks by other senior U.S. officials and figures.

Daniel R. Coats, Director of National Intelligence at a Senate Select Intelligence Committee hearing on Tuesday:

“Iran remains the most prominent state sponsor of terrorism, providing financial aid, advanced weapons and tactics, and direction to militant and terrorist groups across the Middle East and cultivating a network of operatives across the globe as a contingency to enable potential terrorist attacks.”

In yet another reminder of Iran’s troubles regarding the controversial nuclear deal, known officially as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. John Bolton emphasized in a FOX News TV interview of only three months remaining to U.S. President Donald Trump’s deadline regarding a decision over the accord’s future.

Promises were made Tehran would join the community of civilized nations as a result of this deal. The result, however, has been anything but.

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Wednesday renewed his government’s call on Iran to withdraw from Syria, accusing Tehran of destabilizing the Middle East through military presence.

“Iran needs to withdraw its military, its militia from Syria, and allow a hope for the peace process to take hold in Geneva,” Tillerson emphasized at a news conference in Amman, the capital of Jordan.

As argued extensively in the past, an interesting insight is now provided into how Washington can impose meaningful pressure on Tehran at a time when protesters are chanting for Iran’s regime to “Let go of Syria, think about us.”

New York Post article reads in part:

“Now is the time for Trump to re-establish a robust military deterrent toward Iranian expansionism in close collaboration with regional allies. His administration declared the Revolutionary Guard a terrorist entity in October, and he should target key Guards’ bases and weapons in Syria accordingly. Such an approach could help prevent a larger-scale conflict.”

Iran understands how more money pumped abroad will flame their already crisis-riddled political status quo back home.

Washington may particularly be focusing on also closing Iran’s “land bridge,” connecting Tehran to Damascus to easily influence the entire region and connect to the Mediterranean.

Iran’s regime is very vulnerable following the recent uprising. Public unrest and the protesters’ demands for fundamental change are Tehran’s Achilles’ heel.

Identifying and supporting the very element that can realize this change is crucial.

 

via How The World Views Iran’s Role In Syria — Iran Commentary

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How the Iranian Regime Is Waging a Proxy War in the Middle East

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NCRI: The Iranian Regime has been merging its proxy groups across the Middle East with existing local defence forces in various countries, which become a part of that country’s army.

This is evidenced in an April 2017 memo from the Syrian armed forces, which stated that the defense forces would replace the Iranian proxies eventually. This may lead you to believe that Iran is removing itself from the Syrian conflict, but this is simply untrue.

They are removing their proxies to go to other places in the Middle East, but once the ideology has been spread, the local defense groups will become Iranian proxies themselves and can become far more influential if everybody thinks that the Iranian Regime is not involved.

This tactic has been used by the Iranian Regime already in Iraq with the Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF) and Lebanon with Hezbollah, two groups that are now immensely in their respective countries and its political system. The Iranian Regime has deployed the PMF and Hezbollah to Syria and other areas of conflict and even used them to train terrorists.

The groups are even known to work together, as a video of Qais al-Khazali, the leader of PMF affiliate Asa’ib Ahl al-Haq, at the Lebanese-Israeli border in December shows. In the video, Khazali states that he is there with Hezbollah to oppose Israel.

 

This move doesn’t reduce the number of Iranian proxies involved in conflicts across the Middle East, but increases them. There are then more pro-Iran regional militias to help create Iran’s dream of a Shiite Crescent across the Middle East, which would make it easier to create more proxies by supporting more local defense forces.

Through the Shiite Crescent, the Iranian proxies could spread across Europe and eventually across the world if they aren’t stopped.

The Regime’s overall goal in creating more proxies is to export the Iranian Islamic ideology across the region and eventually the world, just as it already has done in Iraq and Lebanon.

Iran regime's millitias

Iran regime’s militias 

Ahmed, a Hezbollah member, said that there are also Hezbollah factions in Syria and Iraq, which share the same ideology and regional goals.

He said: “All of these factions in Iraq, Syria and Lebanon will fight side by side with each other in the next war.”

That is a very worrying prospect for anyone concerned about Iranian aggression and expansionism, national sovereignty, peace in the Middle East, and extremist Islamic ideology.

This is another reason that the Iranian Regime should not be allowed to reach its 40th anniversary in 2019

 

 

 

 

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VIDEO: One way to counter Iran’s aggression? Change the map of the Middle East

The current political structure of the Middle East serves Iran’s interests

The current political structure of the Middle East serves Iran’s interests

Fox News, Dec. 25, 2017 – Iran’s geopolitical ascent is the most significant and dangerous development in the Middle East this century. But while the Trump administration’s new National Security Strategy properly identifies Iran as among the important challenges to U.S. security interests, it doesn’t offer a concrete strategy on how to counter Iran’s growing regional power.

President Trump should follow the example of President Reagan, who pursued an offensive strategy to undermine the Soviet Union that included supporting indigenous anti-communist insurgents around the globe. Today, America should support indigenous forces that oppose – and seek independence from – Iranian domination.
Reversing the strategic threat posed by Iran will require a continued U.S. military presence and military aid to local forces in Syria and Iraq. It will also require greater support for our regional allies, such as Israel and Jordan, which must contain the provocative actions of Iran and its proxies. But this defensive posture will not suffice even to contain Iran, let alone transform its trajectory.
The United States also needs to recognize Syria, Iraq, Lebanon and Yemen for what they are: failed, artificial constructs now dominated by Iran. Iran has taken advantage of ISIS’ crumbling caliphate to increasingly consolidate control over these four nations.

 

The current political structure of the Middle East serves Iran’s interests, and it’s time to upend it.

Maintaining Syria, Iraq, Lebanon and Yemen in their existing forms is unnatural and serves Iran’s interests. There is nothing sacred about these countries’ borders, which seem to have been drawn by a drunk and blindfolded mapmaker. Indeed, in totally disregarding these borders, ISIS and Iran both have already demonstrated the anachronism and irrelevance of the borders.
Syria, Iraq, Lebanon and Yemen are not nation-states as Americans understand them, but rather post-World War I artificial constructs, mostly created out of the ashes of the Ottoman Empire in a colossally failed experiment by international leaders.
With their deep ethno-sectarian fissures, these four countries have either been held together by a strong authoritarian hand or suffered sectarian carnage.
Indeed, the principal vulnerability of Iran’s regional strategy is its dependence on brutal regimes to rule lands riven by ethno-sectarian fissures. The United States should exploit this vulnerability by supporting those forces in Syria, Iraq, Lebanon and Yemen that oppose Iran’s domination and seek greater self-determination or independence from their own capitals.
The result could be transforming these failed states into loose confederations or new countries with more borders that more naturally conform along sectarian lines.
Any redrawing of political relationships or borders is highly complex, and the United States cannot dictate the outcomes. But we can influence them. We would need to deeply examine each country for its unique qualities and histories, and consult closely our regional allies before deciding upon a policy.
Here are some examples of policy conclusions that the U.S. government might draw:
·         We might cease supplying arms to Iraq and declare our support and strong military aid for an eventual Iraqi Kurdish state, once its warring factions unify and improve governance. We could support a federation for the rest of Iraq.
·         For Syria, we could seek a more ethnically coherent loose confederation or separate states that might balance each other – the Iranian-dominated Alawites along the coast, the Kurds in the northeast, and the Sunni Arabs in the heartland. We could also demonstrate we are not anti-Shia Muslim by improving relations with Azerbaijan, a secular Shia country bordering Iran that seeks a closer relationship with the United States.
An added potential benefit of this approach could be a fomenting of tensions within Iran, which has sizable Kurdish and Azeri populations, thereby weakening the radical regime in Tehran.
Some might argue this approach impractical, destabilizing and offers Iran new opportunities.
Perhaps, but the region’s current trajectory is more dangerous. The burden is on the United States to adapt its policy to the dissolving of borders and responding to Iran’s aggression.
Iran is not a status quo power content to consolidate its winnings; its emboldened radical regime is intended to dominate the region and destroy Israel. An Iranian-Israeli conflict looms ever closer as Iran establishes bases and missile factories in Syria, posing a second front in Israel’s north.
In addition, Americans must concentrate on Iran’s continued development of nuclear-capable ballistic missiles that could eventually reach the U.S. homeland.
Artificial states have been divided or loosened before with some success, such as the Soviet Union, Yugoslavia, and Czechoslovakia, which are all post-WWI formations. Bosnia and Herzegovina have also managed as a confederation.
President Trump should take the offensive to Iran. The current political structure of the Middle East serves Iran’s interests, and it’s time to upend it.

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Mullahs’ Regime in Crises Explosive Situation in Iran & Meddling in other Countries

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