Iran Daily, Nov 21: “We Are Forming a Single Islamic Nation in Iran, Syria, Iraq, & Yemen”

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PHOTO: Revolutionary Guards commander Mohammad Ali Jafari


The head of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards, General Mohammad Ali Jafari, has declared that Tehran’s forces are forming a “single Islamic nation” in Iraq, Syria, Iraq, and Yemen.

Jafari has led a hardline campaign promoting Iran’s intervention in the Syrian crisis while challenging the Rouhani Government over supposed “sedition” of the Islamic Republic. He made his latest declaration in an address to Basij militia on Friday:

One of the achievements of the Basij is weaving together popular forces and defenders of the revolution in Iran, Syria, Iraq, and Yemen. All of these forces are united. This means the formation of a single Islamic nation.

Jafari said that “God willing, this unity will continue until the arrival” of the Hidden Imam, tbe 12th Imam awaited by some Shia Muslims.

Last week the commander implicitly accused members of the Government of appeasing a US-led “fourth sedition” of Iran with their embrace of “liberalism and the West”. He continued the theme on Friday:

The enemy has tried very hard to destabilize our country. But with the strength and effort of security forces, all of these conspiracies were neutralized.

These instabilities now have spread beyond the region. But we must pay attention that their main goal is the Islamic Revolution and the Islamic Republic. The enemy, however, knows today that it cannot talk with the Islamic Republic of Iran with force. They admit that the Islamic Republic is a regional super power.

The deputy head of the Guards, General Massoud Jazayeri, supported Jafari’s line on intervention in Syria and elsewhere in the region while promoting co-operation with Moscow. He said in an interview with Russian outlet Sputnik News:

Data and field surveys show that Russia’s military action in Syria against Islamic terrorists [includes] very good work…and the impact has been considerable.

Fortunately, in today’s conditions there is good cooperation between Iran and Russia against terrorism in the region….[There needs to be] patience…but Iran and Russia will succeed.

Jazayeri said Iranian “advisors at various levels ranging from the strategic to the tactical to the operational have been present in Syria for some time”. He denied — despite the deaths of at least 60 Iranian personnel in Syria since October 7 — that Tehran had sent ground forces but said this would be “reviewed if the Syrian government requests it”.

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  1. If Jaafari thinks Iran’s actions will lead to the coming of the hidden Imam, then he must think the hidden imam will spend his time talking to John Kerry on the phone and attending conferences with the US, Russia and EU when he comes. Deluded.

      • No, it’s to do with the BS constantly coming from Iran. I don’t recall Hussein r.a. the prophet’s grandson, making an alliance with the russians to bomb civilians. Or cutting his nuclear program to make Obama happy.

        Or any of the people who the shia claim to be imams saying in any of the books which the shia themselves have compiled that entering into alliances with non-muslims to kill muslims is allowed.

        This isn’t the place to discuss shia theology so i’ll leave it at that. But Iran is a) in an alliance with Russia that involves bombing and killing civilians and b) in political negotiations and conferences with nations who are killing muslims. If there was such a thing as a hidden imam there is no way he would have anything to do with the Iranian regime or its military.

        And I never heard of Robert Spencer.

        • Iran said nothing about the 12th Imam, so the BS is coming from you.

          . I don’t recall Hussein r.a. the prophet’s grandson, making an alliance with the russians to bomb civilians.

          Nor has Iran. The BS about bombing civilians is just sour grapes coming from the Washington peanut gallery and the Al Nusra/ISIS fan base.

          Or any of the people who the shia claim to be imams saying in any of the books which the shia themselves have compiled that entering into alliances with non-muslims to kill muslims is allowed.

          Which books. Name and link to them.

          • This is going to be a long post. Even though its only a few lines, ahem.

            You seem to be struggling to understand English. I said there are no shia books that permit alliances with non muslims to kill muslims. And then you asked me to name them. I don’t know how it works where you are, but here you cant name books that don’t exist.

            I will quote though, a book from Bakr as Sadr, the senior, founder of Hizb ad dawa in Iraq, who was executed by Saddam, in the introduction to his book An Inquiry concerning Al Mahdi, he wrote “the belief in Al Mahdi is in reality the belief in protest against all forms of oppresion and tyranny”.

            So shame on all those who call themselves shia who have joined forces with the Russians to bomb towns and cities just to keep a dictator and tyrant in power and to sit in conferences with the Americans.

            Good for Bakr as Sadr that he died before having to see the follwers of his sect doing that.

          • I said there are no shia books that permit alliances with non muslims to kill muslims.

            There’s probably no Shia books that permit men to wear women’s underwear either, but to suggest the dearth of such books proves anything is a pretty weak argument.

            I will quote though, a book from Bakr as Sadr, the senior, founder of Hizb ad dawa in Iraq, who was executed by Saddam

            Who gives a crap what this guy has to say? If I were to quote what some of the nutty rabbis in Israel have said and then present this as proof that all Jews are of the same mind, would that suffice?

            What if I were to quote John Hagee’s theory about Hitler being an agent of God, would that make all Christians complicit in that theory?

            Get real.

            So shame on all those who call themselves shia who have joined forces with the Russians to bomb towns and cities just to keep a dictator and tyrant in power and to sit in conferences with the Americans.

            In which case, you might want to shame all those who call themselves rebels and have been prepared to destroy county of Syria anmd massacre tens of thousands. just to remove one man from power.

          • …..which the shia themselves have compiled that entering into alliances with non-muslims to kill muslims is allowed.””

            Confirmation that iranian Hardliners are the true followers of the “Daesh Culture of Death of Destruction.”

            How many Iranians died today again for this?

          • Confirmation that iranian Hardliners are the true followers of the “Daesh Culture of Death of Destruction.”

            If they Iranian Hardliners are the true followers of the “Daesh Culture of Death of Destruction, then why is ISIS killing Iranian generals?

            • Hmmm isis is also killing rebels and other extremist factions, Iran has never been the target of daesh at home well not only Iran but Russia too ,isn’t that weird that the 2 forces that are supposedly puting one hell of a fight against daesh never see any tragedy happening at home ? Isn’t that funny that these 2 twisted government doesn’t take in Syrian refugee but are the main reason leading to so many refugees? Stop licking khomeinei ass h’ probably end up hanging you just like he’s done with over a hundred of innocent irannians because he didn’t enjoy them speaking of a different belief as his beloved one.

  2. So, he is saying the Syrian government has not yet requested Iranian regular combat troops but is inviting it to urgently do so.

    Sounds like Iran is finally ready and willing to make the big push, if only Assad can muster up the courage to pop the question.

    • Lol. Big Mouth Islamist Jafari is fighting for his general aim of Islamization since 30 years. Since 5 years Iran is commiting bloodshed at Syria.

      His result: A blood trail of Shiite terror is connecting Beirut, Tehran, Buenos Aires, Palestina and Berlin (just to name a few) and Jafaris Islamic Jihad has caused the additional lives of 250,000 Syrians.

      The resumen of Jafaris confirmation that he is walking on the Path of Jihad means even more Iranians in Syria are dying.

      The meaning of Jafaris late Jihadi confirmation:

      Russias and Irans intervention in Syria imply a prolongation of the syrian war.
      Jafaris bullshit Idea of an shiite Islamic State is just the other side of the deadly coin of Daesh.

      The Jafari Statement is tantamount of a declaration of war of aggression against all the Arab states, too.

      (The Hatred statements of russian trolls against arab countries on this side are confirming that Russia surpports this iranian declaration of war)

      Iran and Russia are surpporting the dissolution of state orders and they are actively supporting the syrian war to reach this aim: Both are heating the syrian crisis which will quickly reach areas beyond the Middle East.

      • At France 130 people were killed at november 13. and 17 people at
        january 7.

        That was enough to declare a state of war against brainwashed Terrorists.

        The cause is detected: As long as Khamenei and Putin are surpporting the dissolution of state structures with the help of the crazy idea of Jihadism of a more crazy religious aberration from the 6th century the more Russia and Iran will slide into a war both can not win.

        How many Iranians died today for neo-imperialist islamic aberrations?

        The price Iran paid until now were thousands of brainwashed shiite Jihadis until now and its only the question how many of the 75 milions Iranians will pay this prize, too.

        Shiite Jihadism can not win against 2 Billions sunnis.
        Thats wether a question about France nor Europe.

        It`s a question only how long it will take driving you into death promoting the dead horse of shiite jihadism.

        • At France 130 people were killed at november 13. and 17 people at january 7.

          Killed by those you call the rebels who you support.

          Khamenei and Putin are the ones defending state structures while the west and Guld States are the ones trying to break up Syria and Iraq.

          How many Iranians died today for neo-imperialist islamic aberrations?

          None. They died fighting neo-imperialist Salafist aberrations.

          Shiite Jihadism can not win against 2 Billions sunnis.

          What 2 Billions sunnis? There are only 1.5 billion Muslims you idiot. And they are fighting 30,000 Sunnis, most of whom are already giving up.

  3. So that’s why Iranian-backed militia groups are targetting Kurds in Iraq and FSA in Syria? The 12th Imam told them to do so, ahhhh….

    [Sarcasm ends]

  4. Impressive presentation of the strength of daesh (Warning – somtimes irony is used)
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    1st prisoner with glasses :
    He is from Morocco, and fights with Daesh against the kuffar, the Alawites and Shia. Then the person behind the micro said “we have been saying the shahada and why are you fighting us ? “

    The 3 others have been made prisoners by Sham Legion at Dalha. They admited to fight with Daesh. The young boy on the left is 15 and does not know why the reasons he is fighting with Daesh.

    https://yallasouriya.wordpress.com/2015/11/21/syria-aleppo-nth-rif-interview-with-the-4-daesh-prisoners/

  5. Abdel Rahman ‏/ SOHR

    YPG and SDF (Syrian democratic Forces) have captured the 121th regiment Melabiyah South of Hasakah city and the village of Khama’il

    I there anybody knowing the “”121th regiment Melabiyah South of Hasakah””?

  6. The Shia jihad and the death of Syria’s army

    “”I was living in a nightmare,” Syrian army defector explained “I need a software change after everything I saw and experienced. Most people like me want to leave, but it’s the overwhelming fear that stops you””.

    He described what life was like inside Assad’s army.

    “One important thing to realise is that there is no Syrian Army anymore, it is just militias, mostly Iranians and Lebanese.”

    Division 9 is the largest and most important military force for Assad in southern Syria. It houses the only tank division, and has around 4,000 troops within four brigades.

    However, most of the troops within the division are now non-Syrians: “Without the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and Lebanese Hezbollah the army could not stand up.

    Seventy percent of the troops in Division 9 are Iranian troops or Lebanese Hezbollah, the rest are shabiha. Only two to three percent are regular Syrian soldiers,” the Syrian army defector Khaled said.

    “Ten high-ranking Iranian officers control the division, they plan the operations. Only Iranian or Hezbollah forces can access operations rooms, no Syrian soldiers are allowed in.”

    For battles, groups of 50 fighters are deployed: 15 IRGC, 15 Hezbollah, 20 Syrians, the majority of which are shabiha. Within battles the hierarchy is clear: the commander is an Iranian IRGC officer and his deputy will be a Hezbollah officer, according to Khaled.

    http://www.middleeasteye.net/columns/shia-jihad-and-death-syria-s-army-1508759016#sthash.AAmtLKog.o7Cb3Wuc.dpuf

    The Russian – Iranian propaganda about Syria’s sovereignty get`s a
    entirely new prominency……………………..

    • If you analyze how deep Iran is involved in the war in Syria – and that SAA has already said good by to the idea to be an independent army — it`s easy to comprehend
      what has triggered IRGC commander Jafari completly drunken comments.

      Russian vodka is the drug that makes him talkative.

  7. “We Are Forming a Single Islamic Nation in Iran, Syria, Iraq, & Yemen”
    Tell me now the mullahs are not planning to rebuild the Sassanid Empire. But lest play a game its called list everything bad that the mullahs did before Daesh even existed.
    1] public beheadings; my father’s friend was in Iran and saw the mullahs chop the heads off royalist officials and they even hunted down the last royalist PM and cut his head off.
    2] Persecuting religious minorities; the mullahs have jailed and killed 1000s of Bahas because of their religion
    3] Killing gays; well that speaks for itself
    4] Mass political killings; in 1988 30,000 political prisoners were massacred
    5] Forcing women to dress like nuns; After the Shah banned the veil the mullahs made it compulsory again and beat them in the street if their hair shoes
    6] Terrorist acts abroad the mullahs; bombed the AMIA (Argentine Israelite Mutual Association) and would also bomb the Israeli embassy in Argentina too.
    7] blowing up civilian planes the literally the day after the Argentine thing we have Alas Chiricanas Flight 901 blown up.
    8] glorifying kamikaze; The mullahs have built a cult around the 12 year old suicide bomber Mohammad Hossein Fahmideh for blowing himself up in the Iraq invasion.
    9] Sexual segregation: well that’s too obvious
    10] establishing a governance system, with the legislative and judiciary being Sharia and the executive being like Plato’s philosopher king theory: The mullahs dclear themselves as the only ones who can interpret and understand sharia making them the philosopher kings who are destined to rule over the warriors and commoners.
    I sure I could list more.

    • What is Going On in the Islamic Republic is pre-fascist behavior.

      How IRI is fighting religious Plurality

      http://www.roozonline.com/english/news3/newsitem/archive/2015/november/10/article/what-is-going-on-in-the-islamic-republic-is-not-in-accordance-with-islam.html

      At Least 15 Bahais Arrested in 3 Cities
      Bahais in Iran Are Perplexed about Shops Closures
      http://www.roozonline.com/english/news3/newsitem/archive/2015/november/17/article/bahais-in-iran-are-perplexed-about-shops-closures.html

        • Iran on the way to islamic facism
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          Brainwashed iranian islmist authorities have executed at least nine people in 2014 whom revolutionary courts had sentenced for moharebeh (“enmity against God”)

          In January, authorities executed two Iranian Arab activists, Hadi Rashedi and Hashem Shaabaninejad, for moharebah according to rights groups.

          Security authorities continued to clamp down on free speech and dissent. In October, according to Reporters Without Borders, Iran held at least 48 journalists, bloggers, and social media activists in detention.

          In May 2014, police arrested four young men and three women after a video showing them dancing to the popular song “Happy,” went viral on YouTube. Authorities released them to face trial on charges that included engaging in “illicit relations.” In May, a Tehran revolutionary court sentenced eight Facebook users to a total of 127 years in prison for allegedly posting messages deemed to insult government officials and “religious sanctities,” among other crimes.

          Security officials arrested Saba Azarpeik, a journalist for the Etemad and Tejarat-e Farda media outlets, on May 28 and held her incommunicado for almost three months, then released her on bail, reportedly to face trial on vague charges of “propaganda against the state” and “dissemination of falsehoods.” On June 19, a judiciary official announced that 11 people convicted of “designing sites, websites, and creating content for media hostile to the regime” had received prison sentences up to 11 years. They appeared to be people associated with Narenji, a popular website, whom Revolutionary Guards had detained on December 3, 2013.

          On July 22, unidentified agents arrested Washington Post correspondent, Jason Rezaian, his wife Yeganeh Salehi, also a journalist, and two unnamed people—a photojournalist and her spouse. At time of writing, authorities continued to detain Rezaian without charge and without allowing him access to a lawyer, but had released Salehi and the two others.

          On August 7, 2014, an appeals court confirmed the manslaughter conviction of a police officer accused in connection with the November 6, 2012 death in custody of blogger Sattar Beheshti. The court imposed a three-year prison term, followed by two years of internal exile, and a flogging of 74 lashes.

          (confirmation that torture is usedby iranian officials)
          Iranian authorities are dealing with it like always: if the case is known the regime condems an official with a fake Trial. – Some hours later the torturer will be released)

          Judiciary officials also shut down at least four newspapers apparently for breaching content-based restrictions. They ordered the closure of Aseman in February and the arrest of its managing editor for an article that described the Islamic qesas retribution laws as “inhumane.” Authorities allowed some newspapers to resume publication after bans, but they continued to block websites and jam foreign satellite broadcasts.

        • It began when Khomeini captured the revolution.

          Not that the Shah’s reign was free from violence and persecution. The Islamists had fertile ground to cultivate. The jails and torture chambers were ready.

          (I define “Fascist” as the belief that violence is the best solution to any problem.)

    • Tell me now the mullahs are not planning to rebuild the Sassanid Empire.

      Always planning it according to you Iran haters, but never actually doing it.

      1) There have been over 100 beheadings in Saudi Arabia this year, none in Iran.

      2 Sunnis have killed tens of thousands of Shiites because of their religion. Israel has killed thousands of Arabs because fo their religion.

      3) When all else fail, being up the gays.

      4) You failed to mention that most of those 30,000 were MEK terrorists who were siding with Saddam against Iran at the time.

      5 The dress code for women in Iran is far more relaxed than in your little pierce of heaven in Riyadh, Afghanistan or Raqaa.
      http://www.travelphotoreport.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/IMG_3713.jpg
      http://i.imgur.com/NGDzV2x.jpg

      6) Iran had NOTHING to do with the AMIA. The FBI admits there is no evidence linking Iran to the attack.

      7) Responsibility for Flight 901 was claimed by Ansar Allah, or “Followers of God”, who are a Sunni group.

      8) Honoring the martyrdom of Mohammad Hossein Fahmideh is not creating a cult.

      9] Sexual segregation is far more extreme in Saudi Arabia, and most Gulf States.

      10) Again, see Saudi Arabia, and most Gulf States.

      • Islamistic Iran has conducted an extensive, expensive, and integrated effort to keep the massmurderer al-Assad in power as long as possible while setting conditions to retain its ability to use Syrian territory and assets to pursue its regional interests should Assad fall.

        The Iranian security and intelligence services are advising and assisting the Syrian military in order to preserve lAssad’s hold on power.

        The deployment of IRGC Ground Forces to conflict abroad is a notable expansion of Iran’s willingness and ability to project military force beyond its borders. (against international laws)

        Iran has been providing essential military supplies to Assad, primarily by air. Opposition gains in Syria have interdicted many ground resupply routes between Baghdad and Damascus, and the relative paucity of Iranian port-visits in Syria suggests that Iran’s sea-lanes to Syria are more symbolic than practical.

        The air line of communication between Iran and Syria is thus a key vulnerability for Iranian strategy in Syria. Iran would not be able to maintain its current level of support to Assad if this air route were interdicted through a no-fly zone or rebel capture of Syrian airfields.

        Iran is also assisting pro-government shabiha militias, partly to hedge against Assad’s fall or the contraction of the regime into Damascus and a coastal Alawite enclave. These militias will become even more dependent on Tehran in such a scenario, allowing Iran to maintain some ability to operate in and project force from Syria.

        Lebanese Hezbollah have had on a more direct combat role in Syria as the Assad regime began losing control over Syrian territory in 2012.

        Terrorist Hezbollah has supported Assad with a robust force whose involvement in the conflict aligns with Iranian strategic interests as Nasrallah acknowledged in Tehran.

        Hezbollah’s commitment is not without limitations. Hizbollah has lost nearly 1.000 troops and it has difficultiese to gain new islamistic fighters.

        Iraqi Shi‘a militants are also fighting in Syria in support of Assad. Their presence became overt in 2012 with the formation of the Abu al-Fadl al-Abbas Brigade, a pro-government militia that is a conglomerate of Syrian and foreign Shi‘a fighters, including members of Lebanese Hezbollah and Iraq-based Asa’ib Ahl al-Haq and Kata’ib Hezbollah.

        Like other paramilitary forces operating in Syria, these militants escalated their involvement as the conflict descended into civil war. The open participation of Iraqi Shi‘a militants in Syria is an alarming indicator of the expansion of sectarian conflict throughout the region.

        The Syrian conflict has already constrained Iran’s influence in the Levant, and the fall of the Assad regime would further reduce Tehran’s ability to project power. Iran’s hedging strategy aims to ensure, however, that it can continue to pursue its vital interests if and when the regime collapses, using parts of Syria as a base as long as the Syrian opposition fails to establish full control over all of Syrian territory.

        • Islamistic Iran has conducted an extensive, expensive, and integrated effort to keep the massmurderer al-Assad in power as long as possible while setting conditions to retain its ability to use Syrian territory and assets to pursue its regional interests should Assad fall.

          Not unlike what the US is doing with the mass murdering Saudis.

          The Iranian security and intelligence services are advising and assisting the Syrian military in order to preserve lAssad’s hold on power.

          Given that ISIS/Al Nusra is the only alternative, it makes perfect sense.

          The deployment of IRGC Ground Forces to conflict abroad is a notable expansion of Iran’s willingness and ability to project military force beyond its borders. (against international laws)

          What international laws are they violating by coming to the aid of an ally?

          Iran has been providing essential military supplies to Assad, primarily by air.

          Fair enough given that the West and it’s allies have been doing the same with ISIS/Al Nusra./

          Iran would not be able to maintain its current level of support to Assad if this air route were interdicted through a no-fly zone or rebel capture of Syrian airfields.

          There’s not going to be a no-fly zone and rebels are not going to be capturing any airfields.

          Hezbollah’s commitment is not without limitations. Hizbollah has lost nearly 1.000 troops and it has difficultiese to gain new islamistic fighters.

          Hezbollah does not rely on Islamistic fighters – it kills them.

          The Syrian conflict has already constrained Iran’s influence in the Levant

          On the contrary, it has expanded and strengthened it.

          As usual, you are 100% wrong about pretty much everything.

          • “Hezbollah does not rely on Islamistic fighters – it kills them.”

            Hezbollah is a Shia Islamist organisation, a satellite of the Iranian state; and it has a long history of using terrorist tactics. It is no better than the Sunni Islamic State.

          • 1..Iranian shiite islamists have failed to comprehend that their support of Assad has directly contributed to further radicalizing and militarizing the Syrian conflict, leading to the emergence and empowerment of extremist groups.

            That`s why Iran, Russia and Assad are going together with Deash: More Terror will help to find senseless Propaganda for a pseudo-legitimation of Iranian and russisan troops at syria.

            The use of Iranian militias inside Syria has no hedging in UN laws.

            2..Furthermore Iranian Islamists like Khamenei and Jafari have used Daesh to consolidate its regional power. They are using Daesh as tool. That`s why fighting Daesh has no pririoty.

            Before the rise of the group, Iran had a hard time legitimizing its role in Iraq and its support of Assad. Tehran can also use Daesh to strengthen its Shiite islamist militias, which have played a crucial role in countries such as Iraq, Lebanon and Syria.

            Using shiite islamist for the fight at Syria will only heat up the conflict between Sunni and Shia.

            3..About the nature and backers of Daesh and Jabaht al Nusra you should inform yourself.

            4. Hizbollah is aterror group like Daesh. Hezbollah — “Party of God”— is a Shi’a Islamist militant group.

            Hezbollah’s paramilitary wing is the Jihad Council.

            Officially Hezbollah is classified as a terrorist organization, and Hizbollahs violent acts have been described as terrorist attacks.

            5. Quds Force Commander Brigadier General Ghaani also issued an implicit criticism of the Assad regime two days after the May 25, 2012 Houla massacre, during which Assad’s forces killed an estimated 90 people.

            Apparently frustrated with Assad’s propensity to respond disproportionately to protests, Ghaani told an Iranian media outlet, “If the IRI were not present in Syria, many more of its people would have been killed.”

            Suleimani is said to have echoed his deputy’s frustrations in September 2012. According to an Iranian nationalist opposition source, Suleimani said at that time, “We tell Assad to send the police to the streets and suddenly he dispatches the army!”

            There are some other iranian voices too who had criticized
            the Master of Syrian Concentration camps Assad for his barbarity trying to solve the syrian conflict with the means of massmurder.

            resumen:

            A.. Ihe Iranians were involved in the crackdown on internal Syrian protests – the statements of Iranian hardliners are the hard facts to prove this evidence.

            B…Assad’s mass murderer strategy itself is not unconditionally supported by iranian hardliners.

            C..That´s shows that the Syrian conflict has already constrained Iran’s influence in the Levant – because the Iranians indeed are doing everything to exacerbate militarily to the conflict – but this unsuccessful statements of Suleimani and Ghaani are the proves that Iran has lost influence on Assad.

            The Iranian attitude did obviously not prevail.

            This means two things:

            1 .. The Iranian support of Assad is a propaganda rebellion and stupidity towards the West.

            2..Iran is helping Russia to sink in a quagmire like Afghanistan reloaded.

            3..Both hard facts are outlining the way how Iran is losing influence in Syria.

      • My father’s friend saw the mullah behead people in the street and the last PM of the Shah was hunted down and had his head hacked off in France. Or are you going to explain to me how Shapour Bakhtiar magically rolled off his body?

        Also the mullahs hang 4 times as many people as the USA executes despite having a 1/4 the population. 289 people where hanged by the mullahs compered to 90+ Saudi, 61 in Iraq and 35 in the USA. http://www.amnestyusa.org/research/reports/death-sentences-and-executions-2014 The only countries to execute more people are China and North Korea.
        Oh and not the drop neck break kind but the kind that makes slowly choke to death for 20 minutes to the point where blood can start squirting out their ears. But I guess since they die more slowly but less blood is shed then its A-OK for the mullahs.

        As for your points on sexual segregation and dress code, saying their not as bad as KSA, dose not make IRI better, it just means that someone is doing it worse. That’s like trying to defend Menguistu by saying “Well he wasn’t as bad as Pol Pot”. Still dose not change the fact that Mengistu was also a murdering maniac, who just didn’t kill as many as Pol Pot. Also why dose ANY nation in the 21st century have an official state enforced dress code, when oh you know the rest of the world got rid of that ages ago. Same goes with your “Israel has killed thousands of Arabs because of their religion. (not ture it a fight over who controls the land-no more to with religion than atheism/confusionism has with China annexing Tibet)” That again dose not make it right, especially since the Ballahullah’s followers have done nothing to no one, they are persecuted because he said that they don’t need a clergy. “How dare he suggest the mullahs are important, they are more important than farmers and doctors”

        Cyrus the Great was the 1st man ever to allow freedom of religion in his country. What an insult to his legacy the mullahs are, what do think he would feel if came back to life to see that?

        Oh so those 30,000 were all traitors where they? Isn’t that exactly what Stalin said of all the Gulag inmates? Your convincing no one. And they had no trial to prove any of that. Oh and considering that Saddam “Three things god shouldn’t of made, Jews, flies and Persians” Hussein as die hard Baathist saw the Iranians the way the Nazis viewed Slavs, I just finding that story some people would join him some what far fetched to say the least. Care to explain all the Tudeh and royalists and socialists and nationalists democrats and liberals killed by the mullahs then? Oh wait they didn’t agree with Khomeini so they must be traitors!

        “When all else fail, being (I assume you mean bring) up the gays.” Oh so people being killed for their sexual orientation is not a crime to you? You really are a homophobic git, no wonder you love those medieval mullahs. I guess then if someone stabs a gay man in the street, you likely don’t see that as a crime.

        Oh the Argentine government issued an arrest warrant for Imad Mughniyah for bombing the Israeli embassy. And at keep in mind they still pretty angry at the UK for the Falklands war and the US for supplying the Junta, so they not exacly going to blame people the US and UK hates. Oh and that hardly the only Hezballs terrorist crime.
        “Honoring the martyrdom of Mohammad Hossein Fahmideh is not creating a cult”, no but naming dozens of streets, parks schools and hospitals after him is and writing children’s books encouraging them to kill themselves for the mullahs like he did is. Is ok for the Japanese to begin “Honoring the martyrdom” of the men who killed themselves defending Empire of the Sun? Or the Germans Luftwaffe pilots who crashed into bridges to slowdown the Russian advance into Germany? Or for the South Koreans to teach their school kids to be like the ones who blew themselves up to take out invading northern tanks?
        Oh and did I mention that OBL was inspired by the Beirut Barracks bombing by Hezballs? Oh where do you think he got the suicide bombing idea from? The Tamil Tigers? 19th century Russian Anarchists?

        Still nice to know that you support Kamikaze tactics. When to sane person they are disgusting barbaric action, with no place anywhere . Oh and killing yourself is not martyrdom, martyrdom is dying in pursuit of your cause like Martin Luther King or William Wallace, not killing yourself for a cause. I somehow don’t think Andrew Murray (the Scottish rebel not the tennis player) would of been considered a martyr if instead of dieing of his wounds sustained at Stirling Bridge he strapped gun powder to himself and blow and English knight with him.

        So all in all the mullahs pet dog’s only response has been “Well the sunnis and jews are bad too” or “we were framed by the FBI”. Dose not make the mullahs good. Any more than people who argue that Stalin killed more than Hitler, that might be true and even it is that not some how make Hitler less bad because someone did worse.

        Basically a bunch of what-aboutism. That being said I grate full your response was not “they all deserved it”, but yours is like teing a ribbion around a turd and expecting it to hide the smell it don’t work

        • “Always planning it according to you Iran haters, but never actually doing it.”

          Oh quite the opposite my dear Andrew the English, I have no qualms with the Aryan race, Persian couture, Dari language or Iranian nation. I hate the mullahs because they pigs in human from.

          You hate Iran because you support the mullahs who stole their human rights, steal their money(something which as men of god they shouldn’t want-if the priests and reverends in my home town had 1/10 the money the mullahs do they would be millionaires), torture their family and kill their friends.

          So don’t you dare suggest that the mullahs are pro-Iran, other than the Iraqi Baathists, the mullahs have more Iranians than any other country has in the last 100 or so years. More Iranians have been killed by the mullahs than the Allied invasion. They turned the once proud nation of Iran into a global laughing stock, North Korea’s twin. The Mullahs have brought nothing to Iran that is any good. SAVAK has become bigger, executions have tripled, womans rights have gone back to the Victorian era.

          The only improvements to Iran today to its pre-mullah days like more homes have electricity, improved literacy ect are due to the passage of time, this same case compared to nearly any other country, be it Botswana, Egypt, South Korea, China, India, Romania, Brazil, Mexico, Kenya Cambodia, Poland, Hungry, Greece, Morocco, Jordan, Gabon, Togo, Bhutan and Paraguay. Why because things generally change and improve in 35 years.

          But the mullahs say otherwise so it mmmmmmmuuuuuuuusssssssssttttttttttt be true.

          • You hate Iran because you support the mullahs who stole their human rights, steal their money(something which as men of god they shouldn’t want-if the priests and reverends in my home town had 1/10 the money the mullahs do they would be millionaires), torture their family and kill their friends.

            You musty hate Saudis and the citizens of all the Gulf States seeing as the tyrants in those states stolen their human rights, their money, and tortured their families.

            More Iranians have been killed by the mullahs than the Allied invasion.

            Invasion of which country?

            They turned the once proud nation of Iran into a global laughing stock, North Korea’s twin

            That’s funny. France and Germany are desperately doing deals with Iran as we speak – so much for being a laughing stock.

            Literacy does not come with the passage of time, it comes with investment in education. After all, literacy in the US is falling or remains unchanged.

      • “Israel has killed thousands of Arabs because of their religion.”

        Muslims. You are talking about Palestinians, not Arabs.

        The reason Israelis killed Muslims was because they were attacked. And this is because many Muslims believe that their religion requires them to kill Jews.

        When the Gazans stop firing rockets into Israel, the Israelis leave them alone (apart from providing medical support and electricity).

        When local Muslims stop stabbing Jews, they will no longer be shot.

  8. K9 wait the 12 iman is in my head, and he says you are to deliver this message to Khamenie, you to tell him that if his brian was made of chocolate, it would not fill an M&M.

  9. Edition iranian Jihadis met religiously crazy at Moscow
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    Mayor of Tehran meets with Russia Muftis Council Chairman. Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf met with Chairman of Russia Muftis Council Sheikh Ravil Gaynutdin on November 20 in Moscow. The Mayor of Tehran and former IRGC commander called for Muslim unity and concerted efforts to portray authentic Islamic values, such as peaceful coexistence. (Tasnim News Agency) (E)

  10. “If they Iranian Hardliners are the true followers of the “Daesh Culture of Death of Destruction, then why is ISIS killing Iranian generals?”

    Same expansionist ideology just a different group is marked as the “superior”.

    Hungry has fascists see themselves as the master race and thus want to annex parts of Romania as part of Greater Hungary. But believe it or not the Romanian supremacist Iron Guard disagrees and instead want to take over parts of Hungary to expand Romanian territory. So similar ideology of we are the master race better than all others, anti-Semitism, territorial expansion, militarism, cult of personality of the vanguard party leader, but different “chosen ones”. In WW2 they only worked together because the communist threat and because the Germans made them, even though the Arrow Cross openly hated Ion Anontescu and vice versa.

    Likewise its the same reason Hitler killed the Austro-Fascist chancellor. Or why communist Yugoslavia and USSR did not get along. Or why the communist Khmer Rouge attacked the Veit Kong and why latter attacked by red China. Or why the Argentine Junta planned to invade Chile which was also ruled by a right wing military regime. Or why republican Libya tried to invade republican Egypt. Or why Baathist Hafez supported Iran rather than fellow Baathist Saddam. Or why many socialist rebel groups in Ethiopia fought against the communist Derg regime. I go on and on about groups and countries with similar ideologies that fought each other.

  11. […] Whilst the dominant role of pro-regime foreign militias has been relatively underplayed in general media coverage (especially when compared to the attention given to foreign fighters travelling to Syria to fight for groups such as ISIS), what in particular has been little covered is the role of Iraqi state-backed brigades in the fighting: sectarian Iraqi Shia brigades known collectively as part of the “Popular Mobilisation Units” (PMUs) or al-Hashd al-Sha’abi (Hashd for short). Possessing a sectarian-doctrinal loyalty to the Iranian theocracy, the PMUs receive simultaneous Western and Iranian military backing in the fight against ISIS and other Sunni insurgents inside Iraq. However like ISIS their fighting is not limited just to the borders of Iraq; they are a transnational force who believe in fighting for Iran’s cross-border “Islamic nation”. […]

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