Cut off the Iranian Regime that is a Threat to Iran, the Region and World
By Avi Kaner
Thousands of innocent Iraninans were rounded up and executed in a 1988 political purge. The order was given by “supreme leader” Ayatollah Khomeini and administered by Ebrahim Raisi, current president of the Iranian regime. Since then, the mullahs’ terror has reigned well beyond Iran’s borders and has infected Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Gaza and Yemen. Its sights are now well beyond these countries.
The Iranian regime believes time is on its side, enabling it to export the revolution beyond the weak countries it has already dominated. Its sights today are squarely on the stronger Gulf nations with their substantial natural resources and economies. After that, the regime envisions exporting its revolution towards Europe in the West and the nations of the East.
Just three years ago, the Iranian regime and its terror proxies fired 25 drones and cruise missiles at Aramco oil facilities in Saudi Arabia. A few months ago, drones, ballistic and cruise missiles were fired on Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates. Iranian regime spokespeople today are actively calling for further attacks on oil installations in Saudi Arabia and the UAE.
A basic tenet of the Iranian regime and its constitution is the “export of the revolution.” Its mullahs are laser focused on expanding their warped ideologies across the region and the world. They focus on brainwashing the youth in other countries to do the regime’s dirty work including toppling governments and economies.
Saudi Arabia and the UAE are among the most powerful nations in the world, providing their citizens with a high quality of life and massive investments in their bright futures. The Iranian regime, on the other hand, squanders its nation's wealth to develop offensive weapons, fund terror groups across the region, and subjugate its own people to a dark future. The mullahs' mismanagement of Iran’s water resources has resulted in severe stress on the population across rural and urban areas. The people of Iran desperately seek to end the oppressive rule of the mullahs, and to re-enter the world stage with peace and prosperity.
The Iranian regime cannot be trusted with any agreement that would release hundreds of billions of dollars to its leaders and remove economic sanctions. The funds would be used to further “export the revolution” across the region and world, and to tighten subjugation of Iran’s population, as required by the regime’s constitution. Instead, the civilized world must stand united in cutting off this treacherous regime before it causes even more harm.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Avi Kaner is the Principal of Samawal Foundations. You can follow him on Twitter @AviKaner