MEK Iran: Terrorism Policies Intact
The incoming foreign minister of the Iranian government is expected to make terrorism a central component of Iranian diplomacy. Hossein Amir Abdollahian, who is nominated to be Ebrahim Raisi’s top diplomat, told members of the Majlis (parliament) that he will “continue the path” of Qassem Soleimani in his foreign policy, according to the report by the People’s Mujahedin of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran), and the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI).
Soleimani was in charge of the regime’s international terrorism
The commander of the Quds Force, the IRGC’s foreign arm, was Qassem Soleimani. Soleimani was in charge of the regime’s international terrorism. He was in charge of the regime’s proxy terrorist groups in the region, which included Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, and Yemen.
The US labeled Soleimani as a terrorist for his role in attacks on American forces in Iraq as well as his support for terrorist organizations. Soleimani was murdered in a drone attack in Iraq in January 2020 while on a covert mission.
Abdollahian promised to “continue Soleimani’s path.”
In a meeting between members of the Majlis cultural commission and nominees for the foreign, interior, and health ministries, Abdollahian made those remarks.
Amir Abdollahian remarked during the meeting that he gained a lot of experience while “cooperating with Soleimani in the foreign policy domain,” and he promised to “continue Soleimani’s path.”
The regime’s foreign policy based on terrorism
It’s no secret that Soleimani wielded significant influence over the regime’s foreign policy. Many of the regime’s senior diplomats and embassy personnel were Quds Force members who answered to Soleimani, notably Assadollah Assadi, a Vienna-based ambassador who is currently serving a 20-year sentence for attempting to attack a huge Iranian resistance march in France in 2018.
The Revolutionary Guards dominate the regime’s policies
Former regime president Hassan Rouhani’s foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, admitted in a recent interview that the Revolutionary Guards dominate the regime’s policies, particularly international tactics, which have resulted in countless terrorist atrocities in the region and around the world. Zarif claimed that the Quds Force, particularly Soleimani, was responsible for 98 percent of the regime’s diplomatic achievements, particularly in the Middle East.
Zarif and Soleimani had a tight friendship
Abdollahian previously worked under Zarif as the Deputy Foreign Minister for Arab and African Affairs, and he and Soleimani had a tight friendship.
The regime’s diplomacy relies heavily on terrorism and violence
While Amir Abdollahian’s remarks are unsurprising, they serve as a reminder that the regime’s diplomacy relies heavily on terrorism and violence.
In a cabinet meeting on April 8, Rouhani demonstrated the regime’s unanimity in its criminal nature. “I speak as someone who has served in the Supreme National Security Council for 32 years,” Rouhani remarked, adding that the mullahs’ system had two arms: “the frontline and diplomacy.” “If anyone believes that either the frontline or the negotiations must win, then I must say that their words are incorrect,” he continued.