Friday, September 20, 2013

You Are Falling in the Trap of Iran and Losing the Battle in Syria. Are You Aware of That or not Yet?

This is the most shocking event in my entire life, when i see how the Iranian Regime can deceive a scholar like Fareed Zakaria, an journalist like Christiane Amanpour and a politician like Jack Straw with just some simple moves and words.  We know,  Russia has been assisting Asad's regime from different angles, but the international community is losing the battle in Syria, due to Iran's tactics and maneuvers. These types of tactics and moves are not Russian. If we review the behavior of Iran in the past 34 years, we see that the Islamic Regime has used these types of maneuvers in different occasions, whether in the domestic or international arena. As such, the Islamic regime has managed to survive for so long.

In order to paralyze the Islamic Regime and Hezbollah, we should create a buffer zone in Syria. We should cut the free highway of Iran-Iraq-Syria-Lebanon in Syria. If we manage to do that, we can gradually dismantle Hezbollah in Lebanon. Otherwise, we cannot impose anything at all to this clero-totalitarian regime in a fundamental and constructive manner (I emphasize in a fundamental and constructive manner).  

The map below is a clear illustration about Iran's activities and plan in the Middle East and part of Africa.

 Figure 1: Iran’s activities in the Middle East (Sirani, 2012).
Red Arrows: Iran’s offensive activities in the Middle East.

Green Arrows: Saudi Arabia’s activities against Iran.

Black Lines:  Iran’s final plan for the Middle East.

As illustrated above, Iran has successfully occupied a free highway from its territory towards the borders of Israel through Iraq, Syria and Lebanon. In the southern part of the map, Iran has been increasing its influence in Yemen, Somalia, Djibouti, Eritrea and Sudan. The emergence of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt was a pleasant event for Iran, which later was shattered by the move of the Egyptian army. In sum, this is the plan of Iran and Qasem Soleimani for this part of the Middle East. I don't want to exaggerate, but as I follow the news, I have come up with the idea that the international community need a comprehensive lecture about some issues such as: the structure of power within the Islamic Regime, Iran's plan for the Middle East and North Africa and Iran's tactics and maneuvers. I'm pretty sure about this statement based on many reasons. 

M. Sirani                                             20.09.2013