Iran’s Genocide In The Arab World

ISIS & Al Qaeda were born to serve the Iranian regime!

Anita Gooding
Posted on January 28, 2018, 9:28 pm
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There is now no secret that Iran and its advocates benefitted the most from the chaos that was triggered by the plan of former President George Bush to unleash the monster of democracy that the United States approved in Iraq in 2003. Shia Iran, which has incubated and developed terrorist organizations since the late seventies, managed to add a touch of window shields to its terrorists such as the Dawa Iraqi Party (responsible for terrorist attacks throughout Iraq, Kuwait, Lebanon and elsewhere) and put them in most offices in the Iraqi state. Current Prime Minister Haider Al-Abadi and his predecessor, Nouri Al-Maliki, come from the same party under the auspices of Tehran.

Before 2003, few people knew the difference between Sunnis and Shia, even amongst those who live in the Arab world. However, after rampant Iran-backed sectarianism took root in Iraq, and people were killed by the thousands for having Sunni names or for living in areas deemed “holy” to Shia Iran, the world suddenly started to associate all of the violence with events that occurred more than a millennium ago. However, the problems in Iraq have more to do with power politics and Iranian ambitions than religious issues.

These fake religious leaders are just out of touch with reality as well as morality and civility!

Not content with its new-found power and influence in its former foe, neighboring Iraq, the government in Tehran continued its long dalliance with the Syrian regime run by the Assad family. Iran stepped up its support for the Lebanese Hezbollah – a Shia organization – which makes an occasional song and dance about being in the “Axis of Resistance”, supposedly “resisting” Israeli Zionist expansionism. In reality, Israel was the excuse for Iran’s own expansionism via its terrorist proxies like Hezbollah.

Iran immediately threw its weight and proxies behind Bashar Al-Assad’s savagery and saw within the revolution a golden opportunity to eliminate the Sunni Arabs yet further, as well as to pull the Syrian dictator even deeper into its orbit by making him indebted to the mullahs. Without Tehran – and, in the past year, Russia – there is little doubt that Assad would have crumbled long ago.

Iran is now determined to quash the one enemy that can curtail its plans and annihilate any hope that Ayatollah Khomeini’s 1979 “Islamic” revolution can be exported and implanted into neighboring countries. That enemy is, of course, the Sunni Arabs who represent the largest demographic population across the region.

Iran is committing all of these crimes against the Sunni Arabs directly through the so-called Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) or indirectly through its many proxies, and using Daesh extremists as the perfect cover. By claiming to fight terrorism, the mullahs nestle themselves within a common narrative now used by imperialist powers throughout the world who claim to be restoring peace and order to a region, when they are in fact robbing them of their freedom and livelihoods.

Indeed, the former US Defence Secretary, General James Mattis, identified Iran as the country which has benefited the most from the existence of Daesh, despite the former being extremist Shia and the latter being extremist Sunni. “I consider [Daesh] just an excuse for Iran to continue its mischief [in the region],” Mattis said earlier this year. “The one country in the Middle East who has not been attacked by [Daesh] is Iran.”

While it is doubtful that the United States President Donald Trump will do anything substantial to curtail Iran’s millenarian foreign policy, it is equally doubtful that the mullahs will be able to maintain their imperialism. Sunni Arabs represent the overwhelming majority of the population in the Middle East, and even the destruction of major Sunni Arab cities such as Aleppo and Mosul will not be enough to erase the Sunnis from existence, much as the fanatical Iranian regime would like that.

Sunni Arabs of course, are united as a people, not as states – to resist the existing genocide threats facing them via Iranian sectarianism. When the time comes – and it’s fast approaching – the Iranian regime will regret the day it decided to move across the Zagros mountains to the lands of many Sunni Arabs.

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Anita Gooding
Political Analyst

My name is Anita, and I'm a UC Berkeley alumna and currently based in Minnesota but from the United Kingdom. I have been actively involved in political reportage since the days of Bill Clinton in the White House and have always kept tabs on political events in the United Kingdom and the European Union at large. I take special delight in covering the activities of frontline politicians in the US and EU I joined the Herald Reporter’s team of correspondents in October 2017 out of my passion for journalism to cover US and EU evolving and trending political news.