by Ragazzi di Tehran, twitter@RagazzidiTehran
Last week the Iranian capital Tehran was hit by two terrorist attacks: the first against the Iranian Parliament, and the second against the Shrine of the Imam Khomeini. On the ground, remained at least 17 people dead, named by the Iranian regime as “martyrs”.
Lets repeat what we already said here: the attacks in the Iranian capital were an act of terrorism, until someone will give a different answer. So said, there are some important things to underline.
First: The regime accused the Iranian Kurdish to be the responsible of the attacks. Between the terrorists killed by the security forces, there was also Sarias Sadeghi. Sadeghi was an Iranian Kurdish who started to support pro-Isis positions. Despite being arrested in 2014 by the agents of the Iranian Ministry of Intelligence, he was released. On the social media, the Iranian people are saying that the agents of the intelligence recruited Sadeghi and used him to promote sectarian conflict in the Iranian Kurdistan region.
Second: what happened in Tehran, is the result of a short circuit in the criminal relations between the Iranian regime and the Sunni terrorists organizations.
As well known, since 1984 the Iranian regime is considered by the US Department of State, as the main important sponsor of the international terrorism. Worse: Excluding from Hezbollah – which is in practice a puppet of the Pasdaran – the Iranian regime has preferred to finance Sunni terrorism organizations.
During the years, Tehran not only financed Sunni terrorist organizations like Hamas, the Popular Front for Liberation of Palestine and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad. Tehran also gave a free passage to the terrorist of al-Qaeda, permitting also to the members of Hezbollah to train the members of the Osama Bin Laden’s organization.
Even Isis, could be considered a product of the terrible polices of the Iranian regime: Tehran permitted to the Sunni terrorists to reach Iraq in order to attack the American soldiers. The regime has also ordered to Assad to free hundreds of Sunni extremists from the Syrian jails, in order to achieve the same goal. The Islamic Republic used also the former Iraqi Prime Minister al-Maliki to completely exclude the Sunni from the power in Baghdad: the result was the rebirth of al-Qaeda in Iraq, after the good results of the surge of Petraeus. The same al-Qaeda which became Isis under the rule of al-Baghdadi.
Last but not least, we arrive to the Syrian drama where the Iranian regime has created tens of Shia militias, which transformed the crisis in a war between the Sunnis and the Shiites. Tehran has also created militias composed by foreign fighters, especially from Afghanistan and Pakistan, which will enflame the sectarian conflict in the next future in the East Asia. More: in Afghanistan, the local politicians are accusing Tehran of arming and financing the Taliban, in order to destabilize the Government in Kabul.
Concluding, we can say that – even if it is important to condemn the terrorist attacks in Tehran – it is the same way fundamental not to support the Iranian narrative: Tehran could not be a partner for the stabilization of the Middle East. On the contrary, the best way to achieve a new balance in the area is to decrease the power of the Iranian regime, to force Tehran to end its support to the international terrorism and to force the Pasdaran (and the Shia militias) to withdraw from countries like Syria and Iraq.
(14 giugno 2017)
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