Whenever any Iranian of any political orientation wants to talk about the conflict between the “Mullahs,s ” and the state of Israel, he should traditionally do his duty with the historical-ancient conflict between the residents of Palestine, which today the major and essential and advanced part has formed the country of Israel, and in the two less important and less developed areas of the Gaza Strip and the West Bank, Arab-speaking populations also live under the rule of Hamas and Mahmoud Abbas. It seems that the Iranian national, progressive, and democratic opposition should and is obliged to be neutral in this regard and neither align itself with one of the strongest governments in the region(Israel), nor take a negative stance towards the claims of oppression of the Arabs living in that region. Therefore, the position of this article about the ancient dispute between the Palestinians and the Jews over the ownership of those lands is neutrality, and basically, the traditional claim that Israel is the tip of the West’s political spear against the nations of the region is not at issue. The truth is that the Arabs want to portray their territorial claims against Israel as a war between right and wrong, which is not the case. The people of the country of Israel legally possess the territories, they have settled there tens of times more than the Palestinians and Arab countries around them. They created a country with democracy, free elections, and separation of powers, and they have the right to live in that country, and the Arabs living in Israel must also accept this fact.
Who is right in the struggle between the Israeli government and Khamenei’s guardianship?
The fact is that “Khamenei” wants to make the historical contradiction and hatred of the extreme Muslims against the Jews appear as the contradiction between Israel and Iranians. In the next few lines, we will explain the reason for Khamenei’s war against Israel. Israel took a hostile stance against our country after the extremist Muslims gained power in Iran, and after the abolition of the guardianship from power in Iran, there is no reason for continued enmity between the two governments. Therefore, the claim of Khamenei and his supporters that Israel wants to weaken Iran is invalid with the argument that Iran and Israel are two non-Arab countries in the region, which by the way both have historical conflicts with the Arabs and are natural allies and friends of each other. That is, with the destruction of the Islamic Republic, the cause of Israel’s enmity with Iran will naturally disappear.
It is assumed that in the struggle between Khamenei’s guardianship and the government of Israel, we, as Iranian democrats, are naturally not in favor of the Islamist regimes, and after the fall of the demonic guardianship in our country, we consider the government and nation of Israel as the only non-Muslim country in the region, a strategic ally of the country and the people of Iran.
What is the reason for the bloody enmity of “Mullahs,s ” with “Judaism”?
The fact is that hostility to “Judaism” is one of the strategic lines of Khamenei’s regional and ideological policies. Khamenei, of course, tries to say that he is an enemy of Israel and not of Judaism, but looking at the history of Islam and the wars between the army of Islam and the Jews, it can be said that Muslims, especially the fundamentalists, hate the Jews, if this is not the case, then why does the Islamic Republic have a questionable emphasis on the denial of the Holocaust? This enmity is not based on religious beliefs, but on a political basis, and the fact that the guardianship clergy feels that Shia, as a minority religion among the 2 billion Muslim population of the world, is disappearing, and with the weakening of Shia, the guardianship clergy are also on the verge of destruction. Khamenei, who is an ideological person, believes that if he can introduce Shia as the defender of the Palestinian people and Islamic-Arab identitarianism and defend their rights, he will be able to turn Shia into a global power in the Islamic world and raise Shia crescent green flag in the world.
It is precisely in this connection that the most backward Iranian nationalist tendencies, who consider the connection between Iran and Shiite Islam as the cause of Iran’s greatness and Iran’s return to the peak of its historical greatness, regard Qassem Soleimani as an Iranian general and Khamenei as a national leader!
But in terms of making Iran bigger by connecting it to the world full of misfortune and darkness of Islam, incidentally, being a Shiite is a negative advantage for Iranians, and the Islamic world will never accept Iranians for this reason. Perhaps, if Iranians were Sunni, they would have had the more opportunity to be assimilated into the backward world of Islam, but in the current state, the plan of Khameneie is completely imaginary and illusory.
The back-breaking costs of rebuilding Lebanon, helping the dead Palestinian and Lebanese families, sending Qassem Soleimani’s daughter to Lebanon and the costly presence of the IRGC in Syria are all in line with this imaginative and childish plan. You may not believe that a political leader can be so delusional, but one of the examples of their delusion was the 4th and 5th Karbala operations during the Iran-Iraq war, when the mullahs, citing a quote from somewhere or someone claimed that If the Iranians reach Basra, Imam Zaman ( the last and disappeared imam ) will welcome them along with the Shia people of that city, and based on these superstitions, the 4th and 5th Karbala operations were carried out, which ended in complete failure with more than 10,000 soldiers killed and injured. The meaning is that for an ideological person to repeat mistakes to prove his rightness is a normal thing, and the presence of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps in southern Lebanon and Syria and the connection with the Gaza strip was in line with the plan to turn guardianship Shia into a hero of the Islamic world and turn “Khamenei” to the leader of the Islamic world. However, the Palestinian Sunni Muslims, like other Islamic trends, consider the Shiites as impure, unbeliever and infidel .
But why has the regime succeeded in its plans so far?
It can be said that until now the guardianship has been able to have the upper hand in the struggle and competition with Israel and has been successful in consolidating its foothold in the region. One of the reasons for that was the persecution of Shiites in Lebanon and Iraq, which Islamic Republic was able to turn them into a political-social power in Lebanon by giving them billions of dollars in aid, and in Iraq by cooperating with America and massacring the Sunnis, it empowered the Shiites. On the other hand, America’s desire to defeat Saudi Arabia and America’s non-interference in Syria (which was basically to maintain the balance between Shiite and Sunni power in the region), the existence of a deep crisis that causes constant conflicts between Israel and the residents of the Gaza Strip and the West Bank, and it is the guardianship’s abuse of these conflicts and crises that has given the Islamic Republic the opportunity to exploit these crises for its own benefit and in one of the most hot regions of the Middle East, a mercenary force has managed to create a force equal to a militia group that has the talent of a population of several million. On the other hand, the Arab youth living in Israel, who are under the influence of the extremist groups Hamas and Islamic Jihad, have followed the guidelines and operational lines of Hamas, Islamic Jihad and Fatah during protest movements, and the Islamic Republic has an active political-military and, of course, financial connection with Hamas and Islamic Jihad. In one of the recent protests of the Arab population living in Israel, which took place, if the scene of conflict and riots continued, it would lead to a civil war and this is Israel’s weakness in front of the Islamic Republic.
Israel’s policies in dealing with the invasion of the IRI on its borders:
In this connection, Israel, which owns one of the most powerful armies and intelligence forces in the region, has been forced to react in self-defense. These policies are summarized in the three main axes of trying to make mercenaries of opposition groups, alliance with regional governments, and sabotage and terror operations.
Making mercenaries of the opposition: Considering Israel’s support for the Pahlavi family after 40 years since the revolution, Israel is still thinking of the return of the Pahlavi family to Iran and is basically not at the stage of accepting the revolution.
As long as the nostalgic journalist “Manashe Amir” who still misses His Majesty’s era on his radio, he still bitterly regrets about the loss of great royal family. In a general opinion, it can be said that the policy governing the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Israel was also formed in such a framework.
And this is the Achilles heel of Israel politicians in understanding Iran’s issues, this point of view is that people did not appreciate great royal family in 1979, they bit the hand that fed them, they were deceived by a handful of mullahs, and now they have to make excuses for the fault and cry out to the king of Iran “Go back to Iran”.
We know that the 1979 revolution is an event that is fundamentally beyond the stupid story of the people being deceived by a handful of mullahs, which has no place to be discussed in this article. And it is based on this attitude that Israeli planners consider Iranians as idiots who have not reached the necessary level of development, and by buying some of their political-social activists, they atone for what they have done. And the occasional invitation of politically active Iranians such as Amir Abbas Fahraver, Batabi, who basically have no history of political activity , organizational work experience, and analytical and theoretical skills, to Israel is exactly in line with this line of thinking. Even Israel’s cooperation with the People’s Mojahedin Khalq Organization is in line with the implementation of this country’s information policies, such as exposing the Islamic Republic’s nuclear activities. This shows the Israelis’ lack of understanding of Iran’s issues. The all-round and unconditional support of Reza Pahlavi, although unofficially, the gathering of all the former elements of SAVAK in Israel and the media activities of “Manashe Amir” alongside the monarchists prove this claim. Generally, all Israelis officials active in Iran’s affairs are “monarchists” and this is a big weakness for Israelis in the possibility of influencing Iran’s issues. Israel’s spy and intelligence organizations have tried to provoke the ethnic issues of Kurdish political organizations such as Komleh, the Kurdistan Democratic Party of Iran, and Aliyev’ the president of Azarbaijan, and there is no doubt that these strategies have helped the regime’s propaganda in proving Israel’s efforts to divide Iran.
Let’s not forget that the former Minister of Justice of Israel “Ayelet Shaked” was one of the promoters of holding the independence referendum of Iraqi Kurdistan and she used to call for the establishment of a Kurdish state on the borders of Iran, Turkey, Iraq and Syria, which showed the political inexperience of this politician and we know that the plan, which was a threat to the integrity of Iran, ended with such a disaster. It is strange that the Israelis are so incapable of understanding Iran’s internal issues.
Another policy of the Israeli government in dealing with the efforts of the IRI have been regional alliances and Israel has not been successful in this regard. Plans such as Arabic NATO, unity with the governments of the Persian Gulf, etc. have so far not been able to force these governments, which usually do not engage in any important activities without the permission of the United States, to take action against the Islamic Republic. In an article entitled, America will lead Arab countries to Iran, it was pointed out that the pressure of Israel and the United States and the desire of the sheikhs of the Persian Gulf to get closer to Israel can have the opposite result, and these approaches will cause the reaction of the fundamentalist clergies and nationalist intellectuals of these countries and cause social unrest.
3. Terrorism and destruction have been another policy of Israel in Iran, and the assassination of Hezbollah nuclear activists, the explosion operation in Natanz and other nuclear centers of IRI can be considered as very complex operations in terms of operational value. The assassination of “Mohsen Fakhrizadeh” can be considered one of the most complicated assassination and destruction operations. In another recent operation attributed to Israel, a Quds Force colonel was killed.
But it can be said with certainty that all these complex actions and operations have not been able to deter the guardianship regime from reaching the high level of enrichment, building precision missiles, deploying in strategic areas right in the middle of Israel and most importantly sending tens of thousands of rockets for Hezbollah, Hamas and extremist groups in the region. Despite the high operational and intelligence value, Israel’s operations have little value compared to the capabilities of the Islamic Republic in the region. In other words, the allies of the guardianship in the region are the people who are willing to give their lives and participate in armed operations to fight against Israel and are considered the heroes of their people, but the Iranian allies of Israel are a handful of political activists who are looking for educational and university facilities and living a prosperous life, and in fact they deceive Israel and they do not have any independent political capacity in Iran. They are definitely not considered the heroes of their nation. It is easy that due to the lack of organizational and political work experience, they can be infiltrated by the intelligence agents of the regime.
On the other hand, Israel witnesses dozens of clashes between Arabs and residents of Israel every year, and if the Islamic Republic ever wants to, it can expand any of these conflicts and extend the contradictions. Any impartial observer can come to the logical conclusion that Israel is sitting in a glass house in front of the Islamic Republic and whistling in the forest for comfort. Did the killing of Qassem Soleimani, who can be considered the first intelligence, military and organizational person of IRI, have a decisive impact on the power of the Quds Force, or the killing of Fakhrizadeh and the explosions of nuclear centers? The answer is negative. The Islamic Republic has approached its atomic and nuclear goals as fast as it wanted. Recently, following the withdrawal of Russian forces from Syria, these areas were taken over by the Lebanese Hezbollah and the Quds Force, and they moved closer to Israel’s borders.
Israel does not have much time and must change its way of dealing with the guardianship system. The mercenary of a number of abusive, ineffective and even low-educated people, and terror and destruction, has increased the internal coherence of the system and given more motivation to the regime’s forces, and it has been a harmful and troublesome operation. Israel has not been able to keep the Islamic Republic one step away from Lebanon, Syria, and active relations with Hamas and Islamic Jihad, despite all these assassinations, destruction, regional alliances, mercenaries of the opposition, and attracting dependent elements from among the Iranians and even infiltrating the intelligence agencies of the regime. Let’s not forget that Israel is weak against the so-called intifada movements, which sometimes flare up even inside Israel, and if one day the uprising of the Arabs living in Israel continues for a few weeks, Israel will face a fundamental political-social crisis.
As a country that has a high level of vulnerability from the Islamic regime, Israel should be a little more aware and alert and change its tactics to deal with the regime. Israel does not have a lot of opportunity, especially since Israel’s supporter, the United States, is suffering from political-social crises and has easily sold its allies in several cases in recent years. In the competition between Israel and Mullah,s, unfortunately, it can be said that the Mullahs are 10 – Israel is zero.
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