MEK Iran:Regime’s Terror Master, Qassem Soleimani’s Record
The most senior terrorist and the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) chieftain, Qassem Soleimani’s record was published on the Washington Times paper version last week, under “Iran Regime’s Terror Master, Qassem Soleimani’s Record”.
On January 3, 2020, Qassem Soleimani, the notorious commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps’ (IRGC) terrorist Quds Force was eliminated. Soleimani’s death was a major blow to the regime’s terror apparatus in the region and the world over since for the past two decades he was the chieftain for the terrorist IRGC-Quds force, and the actual second man in the mullah’s regime after Ali Khamenei, regime’s supreme leader. After his death, the Iranian regime tried to portray this war criminal and mass murderer as a “national hero” by arranging propaganda memorial ceremonies, and unprecedented mobilization of military, government staffs, schools and universities to a forced show, in order to raise the morals of its still loyal forces in the Basij and IRGC and also its proxy forces in Iraq, and Lebanon, etc.
The Washington Times “record” on Soleimani, indicates that “Soleimani left a long trail of death, destruction, and terror during his 22-year tenure as the head of the Quds Force”. The partial list of his crimes and atrocities published on the Washington Times follow:
1. Led the ruthless campaign to massacre Iranian Kurds in 1980;
2. Involved in the dispatch of tens of thousands of Iranian children to the war fronts as minesweepers during the Iran-Iraq war;
3. Planned and commissioned 150 terrorist attacks against the main Iranian opposition, the Mujahedin-e Khalq (PMOI/MEK) in Iraq from 1993 to 2003;
4. Planned and executed – via Quds Force Iraqi proxies – the murder of 141 MEK members in Iraq from 2003 to 2016, including the massacre of 52 unarmed MEK members in Camp Ashraf in September 2013;
5. Responsible for the murder of 1,500 protesters and the wounding of 4,000 more during the nationwide uprising in Iran in November 2019;
6. Directed the killing of at least 608 U.S. soldiers in Iraq between 2003 and 2011, according to the Pentagon;
7. Plotted to assassinate the Saudi Ambassador to the U.S. in Washington D.C., in 2011;
8. Commanded the genocide in Syria, including the chemical attacks killing hundreds of thousands of Syrians, including hundreds of children;
9. Sent at least 5,500 Afghan youth to their deaths in Syria, with 12,000 still missing;
10. Ordered the slaughter of Iraqi citizens by fomenting a sectarian war in that country;
11. Guided and directed all Shiite terrorist organizations in Iraq, the Hezbollah in Lebanon, the Houthis in Yemen, other terrorists in Bahrain; and
12. Involved in the 1996 Quds Force bombing of Khobar Towers in Saudi Arabia and two U.S. Embassies in Africa.”
The piece sponsored by “Alliance for Public Awareness (APA)”, the communities of the Iranian diaspora in Europe and the United States reiterates that ” It is time to hold other regime officials to account for committing crimes against humanity. The Iran regime is a threat to the Iranian people, global peace and security; the medieval theocracy must be overthrown, and the Iranian people and resistance can and will make that happen”.
Alongside Qassem Soleimani’s record on the Washington Times, several images are also published that show the activities of the defiant youths at home in torching Soleimani’s posters and banners that clearly portrays the Iranian people’s true feelings about the murderer Soleimani.
The page headline reads, “Defiant youth tear down, torch the eliminated IRGC’s terrorist Quds force chief Qassam Soleimani’s posters, displaying Iranian people’s disgust and loathing at regime and the IRGC- January 11 and 12, 2020”.