Tehran … and the dreams of ants – ARAB TIMES
As long as the mindset of the mullahs’ regime is like those who live in a cave of total darkness, its members will always assume that all fingers are pointing at them. In response, they escalate their level of intimidation and threats whenever they get the chance, while the international community responds by suppressing them further.
This comes at a time when the United States of America has laid out the outline of the Vienna negotiations, in which Tehran cannot align with the United States. This would expose the juntas of Tehran, because of which they try to play on the brink by igniting the regional fronts.
This policy, anchored since 1979, has not brought any benefit to Tehran, given that what is requested internationally does not correspond to the ambitions of its leaders, who are closer to the dreams of sparrows to control the region in the face of the storm. . of Arab and international rejection.
It is for this reason that their agents are seen from time to time attempting to exert subversive pressure either in the form of a ballistic missile targeting the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia or in the form of a threat from the United States. Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah to destroy Israel, and challenge the United States by bringing tankers to Lebanon under the slogan “Breaking the American Siege” or by destroying electricity pylons in Iraq.
This is how the scenes of Tehran’s control over the four Arab capitals – Beirut, Damascus, Baghdad and Sana’a unfolded. Today, he prides himself on being able to intervene in Afghanistan as well, when there is an international and Arab consensus not to allow the mullahs’ rogue regime to cross carefully marked borders.
Moreover, the Iraqis who have tasted the bitterness of Iranian terrorism for 18 years, and the Lebanese who have been bruised by the convincing Persian occupation for 38 years, are now closer to confronting the explosion at any time. time bombs from living crises caused by sectarian gangs – agents of the Persian leadership.
There is no doubt that the growing Lebanese popular anger will lead to the erosion of Hassan Nasrallah and his puppets. As for the Iraqis who rose up almost two years ago against the bitter reality, they are now more than ever convinced that the attempt at emotional co-optation covered with sectarian envelopes is only a puff of venom in their national fabric and aimed at its destruction in order to maintain Persian control.
In this regard, the Iranians are mistaken in their argument that provoking regional fronts will push the international community to make concessions for them. However, they have no choice but to comply with the conditions imposed by Washington in the Vienna talks, especially since no one in the world will accept a repeat of the horrific death scenes of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, or another Chernobyl or Fukushima disaster, or the existence of another mad regime with weapons of mass destruction in Asia like Pyongyang.
From this point of view, Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi’s defiant stance that his country “does not enter into negotiations for the sake of negotiating” is nothing more than a palliative treatment for a terminal illness. from which Tehran suffers. And yet he continues to play with the fire of climbing in the region, which will undoubtedly burn him on its own.
This is because the world has grown stronger in the face of state terrorism. It is here that the following proverb applies to the mullahs’ regime: “If God wants to kill an ant, he would give it two wings.” According to the eighth-century dream interpreter Ibn Sirin, an ant signifies death, separation and distance.
By Ahmed Al-Jarallah
Editor-in-Chief, The Arab Times