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#Ahwazna – Here is how Mullah Regime will be overthrown

 

 

Since the dawn of time, peoples have been engaged in conflicts. They fight for resources, tenets or ideologies. Some battles impose themselves, where countries are forced to engage militarily, and Operation Decisive Storm is a case in point. It is an example of the inevitable war that should be fought regardless of its cost, casualties, international pressures or media attacks.

Along with this operation, which reasserted the Arab dignity and awe, there should be a long-term strategy to face the Great Satan: the Mullahs in Iran. This regime managed to build up clout in the region over the past four decades. Now, when it meddles in a country in the region, it brings about sedition, subversion, destruction, and chaos. Syria, Iraq, Yemen, and Lebanon are cases in point.

Over these decades, Iran was the sole actor in the regional arena, with no equalizing force amid international silence and complicity.

  Toppling the regime of Iran should not be through waging a direct war, since it is so costly, and maybe it is counterproductive. It will stir up an Arab-Persian conflict, which will unify the Iranians against any attackers, whether the Arab coalition or the US.

Indeed, the Iranian regime is weaker than spider's house, and toppling it depending on the internal factors is much easier than relying on the outside ones. The country is made up of a lot of ethnicities. The current Iranian state inherited the legacy of the perished Persian Empire as it occupied Ahwaz, southern Azerbaijan, eastern Kurdistan, western Baluchistan and southern Turkmenistan.

These provinces are populated by non-Persian peoples. They are subject to ethnic and sectarian oppression and aspire to attain freedom and get rid of the regime and its racial policies.

 

A long-term strategic plan of action for non-Persian peoples in Iran's geography in collaboration with some moderate Iranian opposition forces and supporting them in international political platforms, as well as their supporting them in the media and focusing on them and their political and human rights issues will be the least costly plan to overthrow the mullahs' regime.

One may say this is interference in the affairs of states and in violation of international laws. I say to him: Did Iran observe international laws and respect the neighbor and everyone knows that Tehran supported and sponsored every single terrorist militia. It boasts publicly that it occupies five Arab capitals according to one of its senior officials. It provided Houthi militias in Yemen with, Iranian-made ballistic missiles which were launched on Saudi Arabia by Lebanese Hezbollah and hit in Mecca and Riyadh!!

Are we waiting for it to commit bigger crimes? Why shall we wait? Our sole weapon is to support the non-Persian peoples as fast as possible. They only can bring Khamenei down or force him to cease expansionism in the region.

 

 

Since the dawn of time, peoples have been engaged in conflicts. They fight for resources, tenets or ideologies. Some battles impose themselves, where countries are forced to engage militarily, and Operation Decisive Storm is a case in point. It is an example of the inevitable war that should be fought regardless of its cost, casualties, international pressures or media attacks.

Along with this operation, which reasserted the Arab dignity and awe, there should be a long-term strategy to face the Great Satan: the Mullahs in Iran. This regime managed to build up clout in the region over the past four decades. Now, when it meddles in a country in the region, it brings about sedition, subversion, destruction, and chaos. Syria, Iraq, Yemen, and Lebanon are cases in point.

Over these decades, Iran was the sole actor in the regional arena, with no equalizing force amid international silence and complicity.

  Toppling the regime of Iran should not be through waging a direct war, since it is so costly, and maybe it is counterproductive. It will stir up an Arab-Persian conflict, which will unify the Iranians against any attackers, whether the Arab coalition or the US.

Indeed, the Iranian regime is weaker than spider's house, and toppling it depending on the internal factors is much easier than relying on the outside ones. The country is made up of a lot of ethnicities. The current Iranian state inherited the legacy of the perished Persian Empire as it occupied Ahwaz, southern Azerbaijan, eastern Kurdistan, western Baluchistan and southern Turkmenistan.

These provinces are populated by non-Persian peoples. They are subject to ethnic and sectarian oppression and aspire to attain freedom and get rid of the regime and its racial policies.

 

A long-term strategic plan of action for non-Persian peoples in Iran's geography in collaboration with some moderate Iranian opposition forces and supporting them in international political platforms, as well as their supporting them in the media and focusing on them and their political and human rights issues will be the least costly plan to overthrow the mullahs' regime.

One may say this is interference in the affairs of states and in violation of international laws. I say to him: Did Iran observe international laws and respect the neighbor and everyone knows that Tehran supported and sponsored every single terrorist militia. It boasts publicly that it occupies five Arab capitals according to one of its senior officials. It provided Houthi militias in Yemen with, Iranian-made ballistic missiles which were launched on Saudi Arabia by Lebanese Hezbollah and hit in Mecca and Riyadh!!

Are we waiting for it to commit bigger crimes? Why shall we wait? Our sole weapon is to support the non-Persian peoples as fast as possible. They only can bring Khamenei down or force him to cease expansionism in the region.

By Ayed Al Shammari, a Saudi journalist and a weekly columnist for Al-Riyadh newspaper who specializes in Iranian affairs

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