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‘Hezb Al-Shaytan’: time for retribution

IT HAS become clear that decisiveness is imminent, while the sword of retribution is close to the neck of Hezbollah and its Iran backer. This is the reason why both of them should not trivialize the messages being sent by Arab and western countries.

The current situation is different from the past when Tehran and its gangsters were playing with international contradictions. It exploited resilience of the US Administration, which made a mistake in calculations when it dealt with the Mullah regime by gambling with the possibility of Iran returning to the international barn through the nuclear deal gateway. It also exploited the Israeli policy for many years in the past concerning incidents in many Arab countries, based on the saying, “Pottery breaks its members,” such that it did not embark on direct confrontation.

Throughout the past four decades, the Mullah regime tried to use Hezbollah as an investment tool such that it would act as its warhead in the expansionist project. However, it could not achieve any of its objectives regardless of the fierce terrorist activities in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain and Yemen, as well as outside the Middle East, Latin American and Western countries. This is in spite of the variety of gangs and militias with which it shares or differs in religious faith, including the Muslim Brotherhood and al-Qaeda whose level of fraternity with the Mullah regime and how it was used for the expansionist project were revealed in the documents taken from Osama bin Laden’s hideout.

Al-Asaeb, Al-Hashd Al-Sha’abi and others, which Hezbollah gave birth to or those produced by al-Qaeda such as DAESH, are nothing but tools programmed to dent the image of Muslims across the world by tagging them with terrorism. Certain references can be derived from the nefarious activities of the gangster Al-Baghdadi that defies all norms, faiths, creeds and ethics. This is in addition to an attempt to bomb Ka’abah through the Iranian cells or targeting it with Houthi missiles that were smuggled from Iran.

The Mullah regime has been exerting frantic and futile efforts to take control of GCC countries for 38 years in a bid to change the cultural belief. Nevertheless, Saudi Arabia and other GCC countries came out of all these plans stronger – with more solid institutions and consolidated economy. This is the reason why Tehran tried to take the battle into those countries by overstepping the red lines.

The actions include pushing Hezbollah to use Yemeni territories, through Houthis, to fire missiles — the last of which was fired at Riyadh, or planting destructive cells like Abdally cell to weaken the Kuwaiti internal terrain or the cells it sponsors in Bahrain.

Today, after defeating DAESH — the bastard son of the Mullah regime, the world started studying causes of terrorism. It has been discovered more than ever before that diplomacy cannot work with the Persian evil factory. Therefore, efforts are ongoing to uproot it through the international coalition whose work should not be limited to Iraq and Syria again, so the next line of action is to cut the head of the terror reptile in Lebanon.

Indicators towards that end have been surfacing through the statements of Western and European leaders as well as positions taken by the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia led by Prince Mohammad bin Salman and Sheikh Mohammad Bin Zayed.

For this, if outcry of the Lebanese started with resignation of Prime Minister Sa’ad Al-Hariri, then it signifies beginning of the fire ball that will consume ‘Hezb Al-Shaytan’ (Party of Devil) and its backer Iran so the Middle East can enjoy calmness, stability and development. Thus, the region will be out of the so-called ‘Creative Destruction,’ which was meant to perpetuate the terror monster in the region;, and as such, extend the period for Israel to benefit from Arab weakness.

By Ahmed Al-Jarallah

Editor-in-Chief, the Arab Times



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