Foreign Policy: The resistance factions are stronger than before
18:40 - 16/10/2019
Information / Translation…
Although the United States has exercised a policy of so-called maximum pressure on Iran, it has failed to achieve its broader goal of changing Iran's foreign policy, according to a report by Foreign Policy magazine.
"This policy did not limit the strength of the resistance factions, but the US sanctions did not affect Hezbollah, while the other resistance factions continued to operate without disturbance. Saudi Arabia and the UAE as a result of their continued aggression against Yemen
"Resistance groups have become more self-reliant by integrating into their countries' political processes and economic activities and helping them build their own defense industries - including by giving them the ability to make weapons and military equipment in their countries," he said.
“The UN arms embargo on Iran is
due to expire a year from now, in October 2020. Although it is aimed at Iran's nuclear program, the embargo also contains a specific ban on materials that can be used in The missile program, a particular concern under the existing nuclear agreement, is supposed to lift the blockade next year. ”
"The Trump administration does not understand the diversity of the resistance factions and understands that they cannot be unified in a unified way by harming the Iranian economy," the report said. Fmqatlo Hezbollah differ from the Houthis, and the different factions of the popular crowd
, in many respects from the Afghan and Pakistani factions operating in Syria. "These forces have different capabilities and goals, which is why the attempt by America and thinks it suits everyone will surely fail." Finished / 25 z