The news of the drone attack on the Iraqi Prime Minister’s residential house, after the initial global coverage, has now received a lot of attention in Iran’s state-run media.
Most of the international media and even some of the officials of the countries pointed their fingers at the Iranian regime and its proxy forces in Iraq as the main culprit behind this terror attack.
Over the past years as many of the analysts are saying the main source of nearly all the terror attacks is the Iranian regime. Destabilizing this country to hide its domestic weaknesses.
A look at the situation of the regime’s mercenaries in Lebanon, Syria, Yemen, and Iraq confirms this fact. The comfort, tranquility, stability, and security of the people of the Middle East have been taken away from them by the interventions and crimes of the regime’s proxy forces who are die-hard loyalists of the Velayat-e-Faqih (regime of supreme religious rule) in Iran.
The regime’s supreme leader is performing these crimes with the excuse of his regime’s ‘strategic depth’ and is even proud of it, as many of its officials announced that many times in their speeches.
But now this has become a problem for the regime because they have poisoned the atmosphere so much that it has become for themselves toxic.
And in the light of the people’s awareness and protests, the ground for their destruction has been created. This is something that many of the regime’s officials are speaking about.
The humiliating defeat of the regime’s affiliated factions in Iraq’s recent election is also the manifestation of the demands of the people who are tired of the crimes and looting of the regime’s groups and will undoubtedly change the political sphere of Iraq.
Thus, the regime’s attack against Iraq’s prime minister has become a crisis that is reflecting the regime’s other crises. The media affiliated with the regime’s supreme leader’s faction were forced to describe this terrorist act as a show and fabrication and the work of the Iraqi Prime Minister himself.
Kayhan newspaper, the main mouthpiece of Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, wrote an article about this issue with a strange title, “The unprofitable terror of Iraq’s prime minister, real or show?”
The state-run daily Resalat labeled, “Al-Kadhimi’s assassination alleged by Iraqi security sources.” Meanwhile, the state-run daily Siasat Rooz, with the title, “Foreign think tank sedition with the suspected attack on Iraqi Prime Minister’s house”, questioned the principle of the assassination.
Media outlets from the regime’s so-called reformist faction have shown the same reaction more or less. For example, Hassan Danaeifar, the regime‘s former ambassador to Iraq, claimed in the Etemad newspaper that the incident was a conspiracy against the regime and implicitly referred to the United States and Saudi Arabia. Ali Shamkhani had the same reaction which was reflected by the state-run daily Aftab-e-Yazd.
Now the wave of this terror act is moving back to the regime. The examples are very clear. For example, the state-run daily Arman in an article entitled, ‘Consequences of the assassination attempt on the Iraqi Prime Minister’, pointed to the disarming of the regime’s proxy forces in Iraq and wrote:
“What seems important is the consequences of today’s drone strikes; even considered as a show as the allies (of the regime) say, or if it was real; as the Iraqi government and other political currents emphasize, it is usually the official narrative that is accepted by the region and the international community.
“One of the most important consequences could be the serious consideration of the issue of ‘unbridled weapons’ and its conversion into a national demand. The mean of the government and its allies are the weapons of Hashad al-Shaabi.”
It also emphasized: “The plan of the Iraqi, regional and international opponents to the system, is preventing the Hashad al-Shaabi to become another Hezbollah in the region.”
“Kazemi’s failed assassination and potential crisis for Iran’ is the title of another article in the state-run Arman daily that highlights other dimensions of this crisis for the regime. It also said:
“In my opinion, the story of the ‘field’ (so-called the regime is military actions) in Iraq has reached its final stages and calls for the arrival of ‘diplomacy’. Is the system ready for this scenario in Iraq? Apparently seems that it is not. From the conscience, only God is aware! So, is the instability of Iraq and the entry of the (system) into its possible quagmire certain?”