AS the pitch of the Iranians calling on the regime to withdraw its revolutionary forces and the army from Syria gathers pace through protests, the last of which was witnessed in Isfahan last Friday, the peacock regime of the Mullahs saw the best way to cover internal trouble was by threatening the neighbors and the Kurds.
Since the Khomeini revolution of 1979 until date the Mullah regime has been threatening the GCC countries umpteen times, mainly the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
The same was done with the United States and Israel. Following this somebody showed up and requested us to strengthen ties with the neighbors and cooperate for the sake of peace with the world community.
The statement was made openly and this meant the regime and its politics were on the verge of collapse. If the Kurds regarded the Iranian threats as a sign of bankruptcy, of course, they would not take these threats seriously because they would know the threats were home consumption.
The regime has been defeated in Yemen, Syria and Iraq and even in Lebanon. This has left Tehran in no position to dictate terms but Iran is now seen as a noise making empty vessel.
These facts signify that it is time for the Iranian leadership to begin rescuing its people from the claws of revenge and historical animosity which is a result of frivolous interference in the internal affairs of other countries and projects to buy loyalty of African nations and other places.
Instead of spreading the Shiite doctrine the Iranian way they must embark on a mission to save the billions which are being spent on terrorist groups particularly the DAESH and Hezbollah whose Secretary-General is a well-known mercenary of the Mullah regime.
This will help Tehran feed the millions of hungry Iranians by building infrastructure projects and providing them jobs instead of embroiling them in revenge wars.
There is no doubt arrogance has blinded the peacock regime politically. Add to this the illusion of exporting its revolution overseas. These facts have blinded the Mullahs and they have failed to see the signals sent by their citizens that their slogans and childish threats will neither douse the internal rage nor break the fortified international wall.
The Iranians can no longer afford further disasters. The demonstrations along the streets have been gathering pace and the situation has been emitting extremely dangerous signals on the internal and external fronts.
Again what the Mullah regime fails to realize is that the Kurds are not alone. They have allies who will not abandon them when they take on the terrorist regime which has lost support. Everyone is fed up of the terrorist nation.
By Ahmed Al-Jarallah
Editor-in-Chief, the Arab Times