Opinion

The mullahs… and the cowardly move

January 15, 2021
The mullahs… and the cowardly move
Jameel Altheyabi



The mullah regime is clamoring to take revenge for the killing of the bloodthirsty Qasem Soleimani, who was killed in a US missile strike near Baghdad airport a year ago.

Soleimani was the serial killer of the mullah regime, its butcher, and the greatest demon.

Soleimani sought to invade some Arab capitals with the goal of expanding the influence of the Iranian terrorist regime. The mullahs opened the coffers for the “murderous general” to squander hundreds of millions of dollars meant for the sustenance of the Iranian people to buy off the leaders of political Islam and outfits of violence and extremism, as well as to lease mercenaries throughout Iraq, Syria and Lebanon, in addition to funding the destruction and killing that Yemen is witnessing at present.

The mullah regime is still hyperventilating, claiming that it will avenge the killing of Soleimani even if it is inside the United States, thinking that the institutions in the US are currently shaken and its security has been weakened in the wake of intense political rivalries in that country. It is a "cowardly move” through which the mullahs aim to export their country’s problems abroad.

If we take a look at Soleimani’s disgraceful record, especially the massacres and slaughter, he perpetrated over the years as the commander of the foreign operations of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps, it is too obvious that he was indeed an exceptional criminal.

In an interview with the mullahs’ Al-Alam channel, Hamas leader Mahmoud Al-Zahar admitted that Soleimani paid him $22 million at Tehran airport while he was returning to Gaza. Speaking to Iranian regime television on Jan. 2, Basij leader Mohammad Reza Naqdi admitted that the mullahs’ regime had spent $17 billion on expanding its influence in Syria. Iran was considered as one of the foreign parties that made an invasion of Syria before the outbreak of the civil war in the country.

It was not surprising that Washington kept waiting for Soleimani until it caught him at Baghdad International Airport. The US along with the rest of the Western countries and its allies diligently monitored the record of Soleimani’s atrocities around the world, starting from Gaza to Argentina and from Beirut to Panama. There were no terrorist crimes without Soleimani and his guards behind it, and it was not the last of which Iran’s relationship with Al-Qaeda and the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.

In all these acts, Soleimani provided money to terrorists from the coffers of the Iranian people and then taught the terrorists how to increase their money through drug smuggling and money laundering along with the experts of the Lebanese Hezbollah.

Soleimani was a demon of terror who neither knew any border nor recognized any religion other than the mullahs’ ideology that called for hegemonizing the world. He was a terrorist whose sole aim was to shed blood regardless of the means to achieve it.

Soleimani did not hesitate to encourage hijacking of planes, bombing residential compounds, triggering explosions at mosques, and assassinating leaders, the most prominent among them was the late Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri.

After suspicious silence that took a long time, here is a successor for Soleimani – General Esmail Qaani, who raises his voice with a threat to take revenge against the United States. He follows Soleimani’s provocative habits of wandering around Iraq and Syria to incite mercenaries and agents of the Iranian regime as if he is a new demon of terrorist operations for the mullah regime abroad. But he will pay the price as Soleimani did and perhaps this may happen soon.


January 15, 2021
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