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Tuesday , September 17 2019

Iran in front of wind of change

Ahmed Al-Jarallah – Editor-in-Chief, the Arab Times
Ahmed Al-Jarallah – Editor-in-Chief, the Arab Times

PRELIMINARY results of the Iranian elections depicted features of the coming phase, as majority of the nation declared their intention in terms of rejecting radicals who hold on to the country and drag it into the adventures of their frivolous wars. These radicals have been depleting a big percentage of the national output in military industries just to show off or to finance gangs, militias and destructive cells everywhere.

The victory achieved by Reformists, particularly in the Assembly of Experts, has profound connotations on the expected transformation of the Iranian society; especially since the youths, who constitute 55 percent of the society, have been deprived of the right to enjoy their country’s resources for over 37 years.

These youths can no longer tolerate such deprivation and the dire consequences of the adventures of a regime which is still living in the darkness of cases in the Middle Ages, particularly since the youths have realized that the Green Revolution in 2009 was ‘slaughtered’ by Mullah’s power as the latter managed to neutralize the Army — the first tool of change in any revolution.

The Mullah regime realized this fact after seeing what happened in Egypt on June 30, 2013 when the Egyptian Armed Forces served as the main crane for toppling the Brotherhood Movement rule with 40 million citizens gathered at the squares to protest against the Brotherhood dictatorship. Thus, the Armed Forces rescued the country from the claws of a civil war which would have taken place if the Army did not act in favor of the nation.

Today, Iran proved the maturity of its popular experience and how it recognized the weak points of its regime which will absolutely face many internal challenges soon, particularly those related to life demands. This is in addition to questions about the supposed benefits of losing tens of victims in wars against Arab nations which never antagonized Iran. This will be manifested in the position of the Army which will not remain silent for a long time, especially since it acted in favor of the Khomeini revolution against the Shah in 1979. Despite that, the Army was excluded from the decision-making process and it was replaced with the Revolutionary Guard.

At the time, Iran was the economic and industrial power while it had cultural presence internationally. Now, it is a pariah and its regime barely managed to delay the confrontation on internal constitutional rights by playing the nuclear agreement charade — an agreement that was terminated when the first paper was dropped into the polling box.

Once the final results of the elections are announced, the true image of the weak Mullah regime will appear and the Iranian youths will start giving warnings after expressing their resentment over the ruling of iron, fire and famishment. These youths will work hard to reclaim their decision which was ‘abducted’ by the ‘Morshid’ of the Republic and its Revolutionary Guard, such that the revolutionary slogans could no longer calm the public outrage.

As the darkness of kidnapping is the same in Iran and Lebanon which cannot cover the light of public fury, the Mullah regime’s follower in South Beirut — Hassan Nasrallah — will face whatever the regime faces. The Lebanese have started voicing objections as they are now tired of the malpractices of a small thug that depends on the weapon of chaos in order to implement whatever they plotted inside the Mullah caves of backwardness. The Mullah regime started collapsing after the announcement of the preliminary results of the Iranian election.

By Ahmed Al-Jarallah

Editor-in-Chief, the Arab Times

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