Why the elimination of General Qasem Soleimani is (in fact) a relief to the Iranian regime

Why the elimination of General Qasem Soleimani is (in fact) a relief to the Iranian regime

Despite the fiery war of words and threatening gesticulations promising to avenge his death, the elimination of General Qasem Soleimani, killed by an American drone on January 3, not far from Baghdad airport, is a relief for the Iranian regime! And not only for the reformist current led by President Hassan Rouhani and his Foreign Minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif.

 

Increase in the number of defections of army officers and Pasdarans

Increase in the number of defections of army officers and Pasdarans

Western confidential notes report an increase in the number of defections of Iranian officers, who use missions abroad to desert.

 

Electronic warfare

Electronic warfare

Recent tensions between Tehran and Washington have not turned into armed conflict but have given rise to a fierce electronic warfare. The latest episode of this clash is a vast Iranian cyber espionage plan discovered by the US anti-terrorist services.

 

Towards the clash?

Towards the clash?

Donald Trump’s decision to eliminate General Qasem Suleimani, N°2 of the Iranian Regime, undeniably transforms a conflict that was slowly simmering into a sudden powder keg. It is undoubtedly the most dangerous and risky decision taken by an American President since the 2nd Gulf War in March 2003.

 

An Iranian mullah launches a fatwa to throw into the sea 10,000 demonstrators against the Regime!

An Iranian mullah launches a fatwa to throw into the sea 10,000 demonstrators against the Regime!

Abolfazl Bahrampour is a prominent mullah familiar with the sets of the pro-Iranian Regime TV channels. He enjoys an undisputed notoriety throughout the Shiite world, as he is the author of a famous volume of the Tafsir (interpretation of the Koran). This is why the regime chose him to launch a fatwa ordering the excommunication of demonstrators who participate in the protest movements that are shaking the country, considering them as “mouharibeh” (fighters against the will of Allah).

 

Tehran makes its embassy in Paris the spearhead of its diplomacy

Tehran makes its embassy in Paris the spearhead of its diplomacy

The new Iranian ambassador in Paris, Bahram Ghassenmi, has received the largest budget allocation from the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Tehran intends to make its embassy in France the spearhead of its diplomacy in Europe, to counter American hostility.