Iraqis say Iranian interference .. Arab unity of destiny topples the mullahs' regime in Baghdad
The Iraqi people seek to get rid of the Iranian hegemony over the country, as these demonstrations formed a new direction in the relations between [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] Iran, in light of the exposure of Iranian missions and Iranian officials to burn their pictures.
Observers said that the Iranian regime relies in its plans to export its repressive revolution to neighboring countries on the sectarian homogeneity between it and a segment of the population of these countries, forgetting that the national and historical feelings and the unity of fate have a great impact in refuting its plans.
They added that what is going on on the Iraqi scene reveals the failure of the Iranian regime, as the Iraqi people have brought down the sanctity of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] phantom mullahs, as their first demand to end Iranian influence in the country.
They pointed out that there is a new direction for the conflict between Baghdad and Tehran, which was perhaps not usual, as it was not usual to have clear differences between the two Shiite authorities in the two countries.
Never before had the Iraqi authority, Ali Al-Sistani, entered the line of anti-Iranian protests, as is happening now, and Iranian missions and Iranian officials have never been subjected to burning their images and the presence of widespread criticism of them, as is happening now in the Iraqi street, especially in cities and areas with a Shiite majority.
And they continued that the Iranian regime, which demands the Iraqi government to deal in full force with the Iraqi demonstrators and accuses external parties of standing up, calls on them, "Sistani", to stop this and even respond to their demands.
Observers emphasized that there is a state of terror in the Iranian regime because of the developments of the Iraqi uprising, which is essentially an uprising against [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] its presence and control in Iraq.
They added that [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wants neither the Iraqi people's uprising to come out with any benefit at all, nor that it achieves any of the basic demands put forth by the Iraqi people in its uprising.
Likewise, Iran, in short, wants no change in the nature and structure of the sectarian system in Iraq ... the sectarian quota system, whose existence is considered a guarantee for the survival of its existence and its power.
And they continued, Iran failed to keep Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi in his position as its man despite all the pressure it exerted, and he was forced to resign under the pressure of the uprising and the position of the Najaf authority.
They pointed out that the Iranian regime has already begun to move to implement its plan. A few days ago, Qassem Soleimani, commander of the terrorist Quds Force, went to [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] accompanied by hundreds of Iranian Revolutionary Guards, to start implementing the plan.
They added, had Soleimani succeeded, as if the Iraqi people had not revolted, as if the authority in Najaf had not taken any position on the side of the people, as if the Iranian regime was fully confident that its terrorism would ultimately settle everything.
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