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The Quds Force was behind Bashar Assad's visit to Tehran, key commander says

IRGC commander Esmail Ghaani
IRGC commander Esmail Ghaani

 

Reported by PMOI/MEK

 

Iran, March  8, 2019 - "Bashar Assad was brought to Tehran by the Quds force", said Esmaeil Ghaani, deputy to Qassem Suleimani, the commander of the terrorist Quds Force. "Those who should know, knew, and those who shouldn't have known, didn’t. This was a sensitive operation."

"[Regime President Hassan] Rouhani was aware of this trip, and apparently there was a negligence whereby [Foreign Minister Javad] Zarif wasn’t informed, all of which was their own fault," he added.

Hours after the news of the meeting between Assad and Iranian regime Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and Rohani was aired, Zarif declared his resignation from his post as foreign minister.

It's worth noting that Khamenei and Bashar Asad met and hugged each other on Monday, February 25, in Tehran, generating a huge condemnation by the international media.

Khamenei once again expressed his full support for the bloodthirsty Syrian dictator and his criminal regime.

Khamenei said that he is proud of his support for Bashar Assad's regime, from the bottom of his heart. Asad enshrined Khamenei's unsparing support.

The meeting between two criminals against humanity in Tehran, initiated a wave of hatred among the Syrian and Iranian people.

Khamenei's unsparing support for the blood thirsty Bashar Asad has resulted in prolongment of a bloody war that has caused tthe deaths of hundreds of thousands of innocent Syrians, including women and children.

Nearly half a million Syrians have been killed so far, and 11 million people have been displaced both inside the country or seeking refuge in other countries. All of Syria's infrastructures and resources have been destroyed due to the senseless war being raged by the Assad regime and the support of the mullahs of Iran.

It is worth noting that Zarif's resignation overshadowed the news of Khamenei and Assad's meeting, and Zarif was summoned to the parliament for questioning.

15 members of the Majlis (parliament) summoned Zarif to question his decision to resign at the same time as the meeting between Khamenei and Assad. "Minimum attention to national interests would imply that such valuable achievements as the meeting between Bashar Assad and Khamenei and Rouhani, not be overshadowed by the resignation news," read the summons sent to Zarif.

The MPs said that Zarif had overshadowed the great achievements of Bashar Assad's trip to Iran, and was a serious blow to Iran's national interests. Zarif's resignation caused doubts about Assad visit to Iran.

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