London, 19 July - The Iranian Mullahs’ survival is based on sectarianism and terrorism, which are enshrined in their constitution.
The mullahs use the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) to spread sectarianism and terrorism at home and abroad through the use of their different forces. The IRGC’s Basij forces crush dissent among the Iranian people through violence, arbitrary arrests, and threats against family members. Whilst the IRGC’s foreign forces are divided into two parts. First, the Quds Force and the Iranian army, who make up the Iranian-nationality forces. Second, the proxy militias that Iran controls all over the Middle East, from Pakistan to Iraq to Afghanistan.