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Tehran terrorism system of glass

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

A CRIMINAL always pretends to be the victim, trying to convince the people as a way to avoid punishment. This is applicable to the policy of Iran in the region and the world.

The Mullah regime did not see any alternative to depicting itself as the victim of alleged Saudi interference in front of the huge crowd at the Iranian opposition conference in Paris. The regime has forgotten that the opposition never approached anybody throughout its history and it is not a product of the dark room intelligence as the case with its mercenaries called the Hezbollah in Lebanon, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Yemen and Syria.

Considering this fact, Saudi Arabia does not need to defend itself. Participation of political personalities from Saudi Arabia in the conference was the least expected action against daily interference in Saudi affairs through the series of terrorist acts perpetrated by the Mullah regime’s cells in the Kingdom. These crimes were committed in Makkah, Khobar and other places; in addition to inciting the regime’s proxies to cause unrest in the Eastern province. They hold military trainings for these proxies in Iraqi camps while supplying them with large quantities of weapons, ammunition and explosives to attack security operatives in broad daylight.

The interference of Iranian spies in Bahrain is not farfetched, especially after the full confessions of criminals. At the same time, the Iranian terrorism record in Kuwait is not hidden to anybody. It is enough to cite about 19 bombings, assassination attempts and aircraft hijacking in the 1980s. We are about to commemorate the 31st anniversary of the public café bombing. This is in addition to the so-called Abdally Cell which received large quantities of weapons, enough to fight a war instigated by the Revolutionary Guard and Hezbollah. Prior to that, the popular espionage cell surfaced. Are these the charitable acts of the Mullah regime toward its neighbors?

They are shedding crocodile tears over what they regard as Saudi interference in Iranian affairs while saying, “Tehran is permitted to interfere in the affairs of the region”. Their hands are stained with blood from Iraq moving through Syria, Lebanon and Bahrain to Yemen where they failed to push that country into the mouth of the expansion monster. For this, nobody in this world will accept the lies of hired terrorist mouthpieces.

It is enough for the world to listen to the threats of Mullah regime leaders, either in relation to shutting down global navigation passages such as Hormuz and Bab el-Mandeb or burning the region with missiles and creating criminal groups, even in some African countries. This is enough to understand extent of the brutality of the regime which cannot be trusted regardless of the justifications.

Therefore, if the rope of isolation continues to spiral round the neck of the peacock regime; the ‘he beat me and wept, he preceded me and complained’ politics will not be beneficial to the regime. This politics will rather serve as a catalyst for the regime’s end to be determined by its own hand through conspiracies in the region. Whoever built a glass house of interfere in the affairs of others should not throw a stone of pretention, because every crime has a corresponding punishment and history is a judge that can never be banned.

By Ahmed Al-Jarallah

Editor-in-Chief, the Arab Times


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