Iran TerrorismMullahs’ regime stuck in epicenter of crises

Mullahs’ regime stuck in epicenter of crises

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Source: Canada Free Press

By: Heshmat Alavi

The waves of back-to-back crises are reaching the coasts of the Iranian regime, with no stopping in sight. The economic dead-end, administrative corruption and explosive unrest and dissent in a society of 80-million, with a foreign policy engulfed in a nuclear calamity, its puppet Nouri Maliki being set aside from the Iraqi Prime Ministry and the possible fall of Bashar Assad in Syria, have all rallied to target the heart of the mullahs’ dictatorship in Tehran.

As a result of geopolitical changes following the formation of an international coalition in the region against ISIS and Fundamentalism, finally it has pinpointed the Iranian regime as the main sponsor of terrorism and fundamentalist militants in the region.

Source: Canada Free Press

By: Heshmat Alavi

The waves of back-to-back crises are reaching the coasts of the Iranian regime, with no stopping in sight. The economic dead-end, administrative corruption and explosive unrest and dissent in a society of 80-million, with a foreign policy engulfed in a nuclear calamity, its puppet Nouri Maliki being set aside from the Iraqi Prime Ministry and the possible fall of Bashar Assad in Syria, have all rallied to target the heart of the mullahs’ dictatorship in Tehran.

As a result of geopolitical changes following the formation of an international coalition in the region against ISIS and Fundamentalism, finally it has pinpointed the Iranian regime as the main sponsor of terrorism and fundamentalist militants in the region.

 Regional states such as Turkey and Pakistan joining this global coalition adds yet another crisis to the already growing list against this regime, and an element to further darken the regime’s relations with its neighbors including Ankara, Islamabad, and not to forget, Riyadh.

“Turkey is focusing its efforts to establish a new Ottoman era in the region,” said Hossein Amir Abdullahian, deputy foreign minister of the mullahs’ regime. This is while Iran’s senior leader Ali Khamenei is dreaming of establishing a ‘Shiite Crescent’ in the Middle East in line with the policies of the so-called Islamic regime’s founder.

This provoked strong remarks from Saudi Foreign Minister Saud al-Feisal against the Iranian regime’s policy of meddling in regional countries, saying Tehran itself is part of the crisis in the Middle East.

International condemnations on human rights violations in Iran are another element in the increasing crises this regime is facing. In addition to the UN Secretary-General, UN Special Rapporteur Mr. Ahmad Shaheed has in numerous reports expressed major concerns about human rights conditions in Iran under the mullahs.

Shaheed in his report referred to discrimination against women and emphasized, “Various laws, policies and institutional practices continue to undermine the conditions needed for the realization of the fundamental rights guaranteed by international and national law.”

From October 2013 onward Shaheed published six press releases focusing on various human rights subjects, including capital punishment, political prisoners and discrimination against women… Unveiling human rights violations in Iran has increased to the regime’s already boiling crises and added to its complications.

The state-run Hemayat daily wrote on 19 October 2014, “Parallel to the nuclear talks between Iran and the P5+1, and the West’s human rights leverage, and their claim to fight terrorism – overlooking the fight against ISIL – is acting as the two blades of a scissors (for the mullahs’ regime)”.

Now the question that comes to mind is what is a solution for the regime to rid itself of all these crises?

If the Iranian regime falls back on its suspicious nuclear activities and retreats from its strategic depth in regional countries including Syria, Lebanon, Yemen and Iraq and adapts itself with global and regional policies – all for engagement with the international community and relieving itself of its crises –will actually trigger the beginning of even more crises for Tehran (something the mullahs understand too well). Meddling in the internal affairs of regional countries and digging in these countries, along with escalating crackdown measures inside Iran, are – and always have been – two parallel and pillar strategic factors for the mullahs to continue their rule. The very existence of the mullahs’ rule is intertwined with the export of crises, terrorism and fundamentalism outside its geographical borders, and if this regime gives in to the international community’s demands, one of the two pillars – being the export of fundamentalism and terrorism – will fall. Another base in the regime’s foundation is internal crackdown. Currently,  various social protests, especially following recent acid attacks against women and the execution of Ms. Reyhaneh Jabbari, a 26-year-old interior decorator, have placed Iran’s society in a completely explosive state.Iranian regime is the central banker of international terrorism, main exporter of religious fundamentalism, epicenter of crises in the Middle East

The Iranian regime is the central banker of international terrorism and main exporter of religious fundamentalism, and the epicenter of creating problems and crises in the Middle East

The Iranian regime is the central banker of international terrorism and main exporter of religious fundamentalism, and the epicenter of creating problems and crises in the Middle East… it has also been, and will be, the main reason behind the foundation and growth of fundamental and terrorist groups in the region. The Iranian regime’s support of fundamentalist-terrorist groups, such as the Lebanese Hezbollah, armed militants in Iraq and Syria, Howthi insurgents in Yemen all clearly portray this regime’s destructive role in the region.

Based on the law of every action having a reaction, overcoming ISIS will not be a real, rooted and logical solution to overcome ISIS without destroying the Iranian regime’s arms in regional countries. Tehran’s outreach is obvious in destabilizing, creating insecurity and disturbing peace in the region. On the other hand, to confront extremism under the name of Islam there is a need for a cultural, democratic and secular alternatives based on gender equality, respect for human rights and world peace. Fortunately, there is such an alternative already standing against the regime ruling Iran, found in the National Council of Resistance of Iran and its center organization, the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran led by Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, a Muslim woman who ardently believes in democracy. Supporting such an alternative to rid the world of engulfing crises in the region and the Middle East is the only guarantee for a principled and scientific solution in the battle to resolve regional and global dilemmas.

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