THROUGHOUT the past 38 years, Iran’s regime has been cooking the terrorism poison and planting it on the plates of various countries, starting with its neighbors and then going on to the furthest corners of the world.
Every time, the name of the poisoned Iranian meal varies — sometimes it is called, ‘Hezbollah’, ‘resistance force for freedom’, ‘Al-Qaeda’, and currently, its best name is ‘DAESH’.
This unskilled cook used to leave behind his traces, either in the manner of bragging along with intimidation and blackmailing, or due to mismanagement of his kitchen. This is why the world’s imposition of sanction on Iran was based on a long series of terrorist crimes it has committed, backed by substantial evidence.
Today, Iran is tasting its own poison after losing control in Iraq, Syria, Lebanon or Yemen. But at the same time, Iran is trying to bicker about the issue in a bid to exonerate itself from the crimes it committed in the past decades, so that perhaps, it can enter the club of terrorism victims.
However, the arrogant administration of Iran misses the fact that pleading innocence does not prevent punishment of the criminal and does not avert its demise by rope, because rulings were written and the ink has dried up. The culprit must bear responsibility over the atrocities he committed.
The entire world remembers that Iran’s terrorist regime did not leave out in its destruction the sacred place of Muslims — the Holy House of Ka’aba in Makkah. This proves that its adoption of Islam as the name of its republic is just a smokescreen, because its aggression on Makkah was tantamount to its premeditated announcement of exiting from the words of Almighty Allah:
“We made the house (in Makkah) as a place of refuge and sanctuary for people, and designated the place where Abraham stood as a place for prayer. We advised Abraham and Ishmael to keep My house clean for the pilgrims, the worshippers and for those who bow down and prostrate themselves in worship,” (Quran 2:125).
Today, the terrorism manufactured in Iranian evil factories has hit Tehran, revealing the level of inability of this arrogant regime in even maintaining the security of its MPs and its most important constitutional establishment, in addition to the grave of Khomeini.
Therefore, if this is the internal situation in Iran, there is no need for the region to worry about the comedy dramas which Iran’s National Guard—the paper tiger — practices. It is something that those with blind insight among agents of Iran should wake up and smell the coffee for them to return to their senses.
Those with blind insight should also stop betting on the one whose pride in sin has taken over him in a manner which makes them hallucinate that Iran could protect their rebellion against their brothers.
The terrorist operation has brought down the masks without ruling out the possibility of it being a staged operation, the product of Iran itself. This makes everyone wonder, will the screen covering the hearts of Arabs let go of the illusion they have towards Iran, and instead, return to their senses, or they are used to the puppetry role?
By Ahmed Al-Jarallah – Editor-in-Chief, the Arab Times