10 serious effects on the Iranian regime and Iraqi militias after the classification of the Revolutionary Guards a terrorist organization
A recent report published by the Center for Political Studies on the impact of the classification of the United States of America to the Iranian Revolutionary Guard terrorist organization that this punishment affects the deep state and its arm in Iran, embodied by the Revolutionary Guard, as the military, economic and ideological, and the arm through which the Iranian regime is trying to find bridges to save And batons of violence and forces for internal and external interference.
The Iranian regime
According to the report, the punishment opens the file of the Revolutionary Guard, as the force that protects the Iranian regime.
Which combines the militancy in serving the bases and rules of the Iranian revolutionary revolution, and the performance of various tasks, taking military forms, trade and economic, to military manufacturing, which consumes Iranian funds and drain their resources, to meet the desires and illusions related to the ambitions of the clergy, who benefit from the state system In Iran four decades ago.
The Revolutionary Guard is responsible for Iran's nuclear program and for the ballistic missile development program. He is also responsible for the military operations carried out by Iran outside its borders. Therefore, being a terrorist organization is a painful blow to Iran at home and abroad.
Before the new slap, Iran was betting on a long dialogue with the Europeans to find an alternative financial channel to pass the needs of the financial system under US sanctions. Instead of resolving negotiations with the West, the US announcement included the Revolutionary Guard into terrorist organizations.
In the wake of the decision, US President Trump said that the most important motive of the decision was that "the Revolutionary Guard is the main instrument of the government to guide and carry out its global terrorist campaign" and that "the classification clearly shows the risks of entering into financial transactions with the Revolutionary Guard or support him, Revolutionary, you are financing terrorism. "
The Iranian regime relied heavily on the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps to provide alternatives to counteract the effects of US sanctions and has already played economic roles in an attempt to overcome the shock of sanctions, but the guards themselves have entered the sanctions.
The decision is also likely to be a shock to the leaders of the Iraqi militias, who rely heavily on the Quds Force of the Revolutionary Guard and move militarily under his supervision. When the results of the inclusion of the Revolutionary Guard on the lists of terrorist organizations are expected, the Iraqi leadership is also expected to ease the pressure of the Shiite-led Shiite insurgent groups that have imposed on the Baghdad government commitments to reject US sanctions against Iran.
and theloserswill be exposed to the punishment of the Revolutionary Guard, because its external power map is linked to hot spots in the region, particularly sectarian and sectarian bubbles hostile to peace, stability and coexistence in countries such as Yemen, Syria, Lebanon and Iraq.
Internal Fraud and Corruption
On the other hand, Iran is losing much after the classification of the Revolutionary Guard as a terrorist organization, and practically lacks the tool of circumvention, internal corruption and foreign wars. Because the Revolutionary Guard was carrying out multiple tasks, away from the regular Iranian army that was weakened and marginalized.
According to a report by the Axio Center, the classification of the Revolutionary Guard as a foreign terrorist organization will have a political and economic impact, impeding the work of the Revolutionary Guard and doubling the impact of sanctions already in place against the group.
The Iranian Revolutionary Guard is already subject to other sanctions, but its designation as a terrorist organization will further encircle it.
Economic tensions and the
transfer of the report on the Iranian expert Bhnam Bin Talbio as saying that the status of the Revolutionary Guard on the list of US sanctions on foreign terrorist organizations, consistent with the strategy of maximum pressure to Tramp, as it increases the economic pressure on Iran at home and abroad.
The classification of the Revolutionary Guard as a terrorist organization also means imposing sanctions on any financial institutions or banks dealing with the IRGC.
The classification would also increase the risk of establishing any economic or commercial relations with Iran
The Revolutionary Guard has been building its secret state, which has expanded financially and militarily at the expense of the formal Iranian institutions that appear in the front, and the Iranians believe that it is concerned with their service. If the Revolutionary Guard takes over the fate of Iran and represents a threat to regional security and provides evidence of Iran's involvement in wars and crises, Keep it burning.
The amount of shouting and panic in Iran after the US decision reveals the vital role played by the Revolutionary Guard, and that alongside its military role is Iran's economic reserve. And classifying it as a terrorist organization that deprives Iran of its arm and paralyzes it.
The first of its kind
is the first time that Washington classifies the part of the army of a foreign country officially a terrorist organization, especially since the Iranian Revolutionary Guard is one of the most important elements within the Iranian armed forces.
The ground forces of Iran's Revolutionary Guard are estimated to be about 100,000, and the Guard also runs ballistic missile programs, according to the Congressional Research Service.
The Revolutionary Guards include the Quds Force, which is charged with delivering arms shipments to Iranian militias abroad, whether in Iraq, Syria or elsewhere in the Middle East, as well as providing military advice.
The Quds Force has been under US sanctions since 2007 for its role in the Iranian ballistic missile program.
20% of the country's economy
Observers say Iranian Revolutionary Guard companies control up to 20 percent of the country's economy, according to US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in 2017, when he was head of the Central Intelligence Agency.
According to the Treasury Department, the Revolutionary Guard recruited foreign fighters from outside Iran to fight in Syria, under the supervision of the Quds Force of the apparatus, headed by Qassem Soleimani.
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