The Evil State : Iran {part 1} "20th Iranian strategy {2005-2025}"

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In 2005, the Iranian regime established a national document that is considered the most important after the Iranian constitution, known as the "20th Iranian strategy" or "the 20th Iranian plan, Iran: 2025." This document presents a vision of the future role of Iran in 20 years, : Iran should become a central and effective central force in the regions of Southwest Asia and the Arab region, including: the Arabian Peninsula, the Levant and Sinai. For this purpose, Iran has used various means to help it achieve its objectives and interests.

Iranian Shi'ism The principle of the Wali al-Faqih: Shiites make up between 6.7% and 13% of all Muslims around the world, and one-third of them in Iran alone, who try everything in their power to propagate an ideal image of their patronage of the interests of Shiites and Muslims in general, Islamic "and" Islamic solidarity. "In addition, the role played by Supreme Leader Al-Wali al-Faqih as a political leader and religious guide makes it easy to attract Shi'ites of all sects to Iran as a center for protecting and nurturing the interests of Shiites.

 Iran puts huge budgets at the disposal of a media empire that is the largest in the Arab region, most importantly in Southwest Asia and the world. This tool alone makes it easy to promote any idea Iran wants to plant around the world, especially in countries targeted by its 20-year plan.

Anti-Americanism, the West and Israel, in return for interest in the Palestinian cause, is also one of the means used by Iran to promote itself in the Arab countries and to acquire a popular incubator in those countries. Despite all this, Iran's most important element stems from its being a "Shiite Islamic" state that believes a significant part of its people is in the mandate of the supreme leader, a mandate that gives him a political and religious leader, and Iran grants him unlimited power. Which, for example, have made it go beyond decades of US sanctions and remain so far despite the cruelty of those sanctions?

The bottom line is that Iran plays a significant role in the Arab region, especially in Africa and Southwest Asia in general, and in seeking to dominate the region, conflicts that Iran can fuel or end, through militias and groups that recruit them to achieve Its own objectives, a force and a source of concern for many countries around the world in general, and the Arab countries in particular, as they are able to move them at any time, and in accordance with their own interests and in the way that supports only higher goals.

Iran has not stopped exporting violence in the Middle East and the world, through its terrorist arms that began to invade the Middle East, the Gulf and the world, with the aim of expanding Iran and serving the Shiite Crescent project. According to the plan, Tehran exported to many neighboring countries cells of violence and terrorism to bring the few through the” revolutionary Guard” and a large number of terrorist wings that formed armed cells to carry out terrorist operations, which posed a great danger to the fate of the stability in many Arab countries and neighboring countries, which led to the development of the Iranian interventions file.

Iran's Revolutionary Guards

Adopted the Iranian mentality to implement the twentieth Iranian strategy, which bears a vision of the future role of Iran in the Middle East and South and West Asia in the period from 2005 to 2025, and from this strategy, which aims to lead Iran to place the supreme commander of the region in the east Middle East, to inspire the Muslim world politically and economically

In this regard, the Revolutionary Guards led by Qasem Soleimani began to penetrate the Middle East region as one of the Iranian arms to implement the expansion agenda. This led him to have a great presence  inside the state of Al-Malalai, in which he sought to make a large amount of investments that contributed to the formation of a large number of terrorists cells  organization that carried out terrorist operations in Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, UAE and Yemen. In this regard, the Revolutionary Guard's policy was based on changing the sectarian balance in the region by building partnerships between cooperating governments, notably the Syrian regime, the previous iraqi’s Maliki government in Iraq, The Islamic opposition to the country's Islamic regimes like Jihad and Hamas

I will mentions some of these terrorist organizations established by the Iran's Revolutionary Guards

Al-Ashtar Brigades in Bahrain

The so-called "Al-Ashtar Brigades" in Bahrain, one of Iran’s arms in Bahrain, relied on funding and carrying out terrorist attacks inside Bahrain. One of the most prominent clerics belonging to these battalions is the Bahraini cleric Murtada Sindhi, The Sindhi accused of recruiting a number of members to carry out terrorist attacks inside Bahrain, expressed by Sindhi's statements led by the armed struggle against the regime,

Youth Alliance February 14

Such as the 14 February Youth Coalition, one of the Iranian branches in Bahrain, which faced a fierce confrontation with the ruling regime, led to the arrest of a large number its members , for involvement in the commission of terrorist crimes, through the use of incendiary bombs to the manufacture of weapons and explosives.

Hamas and the Saber Brigades

The common interest brought together the state of Al-Malalai and  Hamas movement in Palestine, based on the first achievement of the second aspiration of threatening Israel and playing the trumpets of the Palestinian issue in regional balances. This was reflected in the Hamas document, which included a clear reference to Iran, which extended Hamas with weapons and rockets Which it used in its attack on Israel. by allowing the presence of the Saberin Brigades in Gaza led by Hisham Salem, a dissident from the Islamic Jihad movement, previously accused of being an arm of Iran in Gaza and infiltrating the Palestinian fabric by providing charitable aid to the movement.


 Hezbollah, one of Iran's main arms, to achieve its ambitions in both Syria and Lebanon. Hassan Nasrallah, Secretary General of Hezbollah, admitted that he received financial and military support from Iran. However, Nasrallah did not mention it at the beginning of the establishment of his party. He later interpreted it by declaring openly that he did not want to embarrass Iran to get out of his silence and recognize on more than one occasion Iranian support for his funding.

Alhashd –Al shaeby {Popular crowd} in Iraq

The popular crowd one of Iran's arms in Iraq as a compass to achieve Tehran's ambitions in Iraq to carry out a number of terrorist operations in its quest to be a parallel army of Iraqi forces, making it highly privileged through Iranian support for a large number of its fighters to become the largest military militia in Iraq. Observers in 2015 Iran spent about 600 million dollars in Iraq, to continue its role in the war of sectarian conflict in Iraq .

BY “ Sherif Omar



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