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Tehran regime the epicenter of terrorism and fundamentalism in the Middle East: Iranian opposition:


The clerical regime is the center of terrorism in the region
The clerical regime is the center of terrorism in the region
Mr. Mohammad Mohaddessin, chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), said during an online question and answer session on April 17, 2015 that the involvement of the Iranian regime in Yemen, that the meddling of the Iranian regime in Iraq, Syria and Yemen, as well as its nuclear projects brought nothing for the Iranian people except poverty, unemployment, and inflation and that all the people want it to stop.
Reporting on the question and answer session, the Kuwaiti Al-Seyassah newspaper wrote: “The world and especially our region is faced with the major disaster of Islamic fundamentalism with its epicenter in Tehran under the mullahs’ rule. The clerical regime has extended its interventions in recent years to Baghdad, Damascus and more recently Sanaa, the Yemeni capital, but this interference is not limited only to these countries.”
Responding to questions from Al-Seyassah about whether the operation “Decisive Storm” was a Saudi effort to prevent a nuclear deal with Iran, Mr. Mohammad Mohaddessin said: “We disagree with this opinion and believe it diverts the issue from its proper path because the importance of the Yemen occupation is more than the nuclear negotiations.”
“There is no doubt that Saudis and other coalition countries would welcome a nuclear deal that blocks Iran’s path to acquire a nuclear bomb.” He believes that “the US government and the P5+1” are not taking the necessary path to prevent the regime from acquiring a nuclear bomb, but the goal of the “Decisive Storm” operation is the liberation of Yemen from the regime’s mercenaries.
Mr. Mohaddessin emphasized: Operation “Decisive Storm”, created a lot of forces for the legitimate government in Yemen and further undermined the regime.
He explained: “We can prevent the Iranian regime’s expansionism, and it must be forced to retreat and it should be expelled from Syria and Iraq. Because the Iranian regime is fragile and unstable … Quds Force is not a powerful army. This force has spread itself in the region only because of wrong foreign policies, in particular of the US.”
Al-Seyassah quoted Mr. Mohaddessin as stressing that “if the Iranian regime is confronted with a firm policy, and if the international community and the countries of the region stand firm against the aggression of this regime, the regime will necessarily withdraw to within its borders and then quickly will be overthrown by the Iranian people and resistance”.
In another important revelation, the Iranian opposition revealed that the Iranian regime had moved hundreds of Lebanese Hezbollah forces to Yemen before the “Decisive Storm” operation.
Al Jazeera TV on April 18 reported this revelation and said: Sources of Iranian opposition disclosed to Arabic language daily Al-Sharq-al-Awsat that the Iranian regime has replaced Hezbollah forces with Afghan mercenaries for war in Syria and Iraq, and the Iranian Revolutionary Guards has formed a new force named Fatemeh Brigade in Mashhad commanded by IRGC Brigadier General Mousavi.
On the other hand, the clerical regime’s Supreme Leader, Ali Khamenei, in a gathering of his military commanders, expressed fear from the operation “Decisive Storm” in Yemen and the dangers of developments in the region for the existence of his regime. He said: “Today these tearful events in Yemen are taking place. Americans support the oppressor. Westerners support the oppressor. ..... The lug must always be heard by the authorities of the armed forces. Maintaining national security, border security, public safety, lives of the people, is the responsibility of the authorities who are active in this field.” Khamenei also expressed concern over the nuclear deal standoff and US officials’ statements about a military option should the nuclear deal fails, and emphasized the need for psychological preparedness of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards.
Seeing the atrocities and crimes committed by the Islamic fundamentalist ideology, the question arises that what is the solution?
Many dignitaries who spoke in a recent international conference in Berlin on the occasion of International Women’s Day responding to this question said: The main solution is a tolerant and democratic Islam, the antithesis to religious fundamentalism, with the leadership of Maryam Rajavi.
In the conference in which Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, keynote speaker and the Iranian opposition leader, called the heads of states in the Berlin Conference to establish and develop a strong front against Islamic fundamentalism and terrorism and barbarism in the name of Islam.
Rajavi said the crime of the appeasing governments of the West is that not only they do not seriously confront fundamentalism, but also they follow the path of compromise with its state sponsor, the Iranian regime, and they collaborate in the suppression of the fundamentalism alternative.
The crises of the region are rooted in the clerical regime and for which no solution but firmness and eviction of this regime and its overthrow exists.

Maryam Rajavi pointed out that the Iranian Resistance, which was the first whistleblower of the Iranian regime’s nuclear projects to obtain a nuclear bomb, has been repeatedly warning for the past 12 years that the Iranian regime’s meddling in Iraq and other countries of the region is a hundred times more dangerous than its nuclear program. And the appeasement policy has encouraged the Iranian regime in its aggressive policy.