MEK Iran: Iranian Regime Moving Further into Isolation


Khamenei, Nasrallah, and Soleimani are responsible for the killing of innocent people, including thousands of Children in Iran, Iraq, and Syria

US rockets struck two vehicles on the morning of 3rd January. The most wanted terrorist, Qassem Soleimani, the leader of the Quds Force branch of the notorious Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), and Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, leader of the Iraqi Popular Mobilization Forces, were killed.

The death of Soleimani has been especially mourned by the Iranian regime. Not so much by the people of Iran who consider him to be one of the key players in the Iranian regime. He has a dark history and has played a major role in many atrocities that have taken place in past years.

The IRGC was founded shortly after Ayatollah Khomeini took power in Iran. The IRGC was, at that time, and still is, the regime’s main tool in forming an Islamic Caliphate.

It is a paramilitary force that has the aim of expanding the regime’s influence outside the country. The IRGC also heavily enforces suppression in the country and works towards eliminating dissent. The Quds Force branch works abroad – in recent years in Lebanon, Iraq, Afghanistan, and Syria, to name just a few.

Iraq has been of extreme importance to the Iranian regime and it is no secret that officials have referred to Iraq as an additional Iranian province.

The regime’s survival depends almost wholly on its ability to expand outside the country, and as the leader of the Quds Force, Soleimani’s role has been of utmost importance.

The Quds Force came into existence at the beginning of the nineties and has been considered the regime’s army. It is valued so much by the regime that foreign policy, rather than being directed by the Iranian foreign ministry, is mostly controlled by the Quds Force.  Soleimani has therefore been more of a foreign minister than any of the country’s actual foreign ministers.

Just as the IRGC and Quds Force are pillars of the regime, Soleimani was a pillar of these organizations.

His crimes know no limits.

Last year, there was a popular uprising in Iraq. The people had got so fed up with the political situation in their country that they took to the streets en masse. They called the government out for corruption and called on all the mercenaries to stop interfering in internal affairs. In a bid to control the situation,  Soleimani traveled to the country to show the leaders how to deal with the people. Basically, the methods used in Iran to quell protests were employed. Many people were killed or seriously injured as a result.

During the Syrian civil war, Soleimani presided over the deaths of a great number of Syrian children in a bid to save Bashar al Assad’s regime. He was responsible for displacing many millions of Syrians and for killing hundreds of thousands of civilians. His crimes in Syria alone have been considered by many as crimes against humanity.

The death of Soleimani is highlighting the regime’s isolation. It is getting harder and harder for the regime to hide its weakness and it is bringing it closer to collapse.

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