/ staff writer
May 9, 2018 - Following the United State’s decision to withdraw from the nuclear deal and fully impose powerful economic against Tehran, there will be an increase in discussions on the path forward from here.
If the Middle East is to experience anything resembling peace, democracy, stability, and security, it is an inarguable necessity to first realize democratic change and end the mullahs’ rule in .
Tehran has taken advantage of several decades of appeasement, resulting in the suffering of the Iranian people and nations across the region. The history of billions flowing into Iranian regime bank accounts and pallets of cash flown into this country must come to an end.
Iran’s sinister regime, understanding no language but the language of a firm and definitive policy, is beginning to see the end of a long and fruitful journey at the expense of many others.
Tehran, being the world’s central banker of international terrorism, “has funded its long reign of terror by plundering the wealth of its own people,” according to U.S. President Donald ’s speech.
It is worth noting how the Iranian opposition coalition National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), of which the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (/) is a member of, first blew the whistle back in 2002 on ’s clandestine nuclear program, highly suspicious of seeking nuclear weapons.
Such an industrial scale effort is meaningless for a country sitting on an ocean of oil and natural gas. Especially when such a multi-billion dollar project is depriving millions of people struggling with poverty across the country.
“Eradicating the clerical regime’s nuclear and terrorism threats means getting rid of the regime in its entirety. A regime based on the principle of Velayat-e faqih (absolute rule of the clergy) cannot exist without terrorism, suppression, and weapons of mass destruction,” said NCRI President Maryam following the US decision.
All banks and companies currently doing business with are finding it extremely difficult to continue their endeavors. It is quite obvious that ’s $450 billion economy is no choice in the face of the U.S. $44 trillion economy.
It is also a moral decision placed before everyone from all walks of life in the international community: to continue seeking short-term economic interests with ’s regime, or finally deciding to stand with the Iranian people in their quest for freedom, democracy, and human rights.
Iran’s regime must also be stopped in its treks of warmongering, export of fundamentalism and terrorism, as explained by Mrs. Rajvi. It is quite interesting how standing alongside the Iranian people will actually further the long-term interests of the very parties currently appeasing the Iranian regime and only seeking short-term interests.
Such a policy will also prevent Iran from launching a new war and bring an end to the ongoing wars already causing havoc across the region.
The Iranian people proved once again in December and January how they seek liberation from the oppressive rulers sitting on the throne in Tehran.
Democratic change is coming to Iran and each and every member of the international community must decide sooner or later where they stand on this very dire matter.
As a necessity, the United Nations Security Council should take this opportunity and launch the global effort focusing on Iran’s long forgone human rights dossier, parallel to holding this regime accountable for its meddling throughout the Middle East and beyond, and advancing a dangerous ballistic missile program.
Countless crimes have been committed by the Iranian regime inside the country and abroad. Steps are being taken against Tehran. More needs to be done and the Iranian regime must be held to the ropes until all those responsible for these crimes are placed before justice.