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Iran’s Paranoia with Mossad and the Decline of Middle East Stability
The leaders and media of almost every Arab and Muslim country, invariably and primarily accuse Jews, Israel, and or Mossad (Institute for Intelligence and Special Operations; Israel’s version of the CIA) for their economic, social, political, and military failures. Starting with their mentor of Islam, Muhammad bin Abd Allah 1400 years ago, Muslims (who are mandated by Muhammad’s Quran to imitate slavishly all actions, thoughts, and deeds of Muhammad) have a reflex and instantaneous reaction to blame their failures and misfortunes on ‘others’ (Western Imperialism, Christianity, etc.) but never themselves.
Not once in 1400 years, has any Muslim thinker or leader ever apologized for the hundreds of millions of peoples who were subjugated, slaughtered, plundered, raped, and enslaved by the Imperialist Arabs and their converts to Islam. In fact, on the contrary, Arabs, and Muslims celebrate and glorify their misdeeds.
On Friday 27th November 2020, the foremost Nuclear scientist for the Ayatollahs of Iran, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, was Terminated (he was after all not a civilian, but a Brigadier General in the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps).
Fakhrizadeh – who had overseen Iran’s nuclear weapons program – was always an obvious target. He had been publicly singled out by Israeli leaders as a threat, and Iran’s elite Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps had made his protection a top priority.
The ambush process behind this deadly attack – on the man long thought to be the mastermind of Iran’s military nuclear program – left absolutely nothing to chance and done with such precision, that his wife was spared although she was accompanying him. As his black Nissan sedan car approached a boulevard in the Damavand region, about 60 km from the capital Tehran, it was riddled with machine-gun bullets killing him and his bodyguards.
The termination of the nuclear scientist in the heart of the Islamic Republic was much more serious and ominous than the termination of general Qasim Soleimani in a foreign country such as Iraq. This event panicked the Ayatollahs so much that they gave out two completely contradictory and different explanations of the attack.
At first, they told the Iranian people that there were as many as 12 attackers, including some on motorbikes as well as a Hyundai SUV with hidden snipers who exchanged fire with his bodyguards. Iran, like all Arabs and Muslims, reflexively blamed Israel for the assassination of Fakhrizadeh. Israel, as always, did not claim responsibility or officially comment on this matter.
When not a single assailant was either killed or captured, the Ayatollahs had to find another explanation no matter how odd or remarkable it may be.
Humiliated by the killing of their top nuclear scientist in the center of the country, the Iranian officials sought to rewrite the attack as a science fiction episode.
The second version was more from a 007 James Bond movie than reality. In this description of events, there were no assailants because all of the actions were done by remote control. A pickup truck parked under an electric transmitter with machine guns was remotely activated to riddle Mohsen’s vehicle with bullets and then, the same vehicle – which was presumably packed with explosives – was also remotely blown to smithereens so as to leave no traceable evidence. Of course, these remote triggers could have only been activated from a satellite in space with humans monitoring all these actions from a headquarter somewhere in Israel.
His death was at least the fourth assassination this year of a high-profile figure under the protection of the Iranian security services in Iran itself.
The updated alleged version was deliberately concocted to exonerate the very obvious repetitive, complete, and utter failures of the Ayatollahs’ military intelligence and security services in the last few months to prevent the assassination of a top al- Qaida operative in front of his home in the heart of Tehran or the attacks on their nuclear facilities.
Like most terrorist and or dictatorial regimes, these Ayatollah criminals will invariably come up with lies blaming Israel to absolve themselves from any responsibility, thus keeping their thievery, mismanagement, and terror while thus letting their populations suffer and in a hopeless condition.
The only way an assassination squad could make sure they had finished the job would be to have eyes on the target. If the earlier version were true, then Iran’s powerful security and intelligence establishment would face the embarrassing challenge of having to hunt down a large team of assassins just a short drive from the capital. This is exactly why the Ayatollahs changed the encounter to a remote control assassination. There are therefore no assassins to hunt. An excellent way to dismiss any liability by any of the security services.
One thing is crystal clear and must be repeated: this has been a massive failure of counter-intelligence for Iran’s security chiefs and some hard questions would now be asked and maybe some heads will roll.
No matter how contorted a story the fanatic regime of Iran may concoct to explain the termination of their most important nuclear scientist in the very heart of the country, this event could not have been so incredibly successful without the help of dozens of Iranian operatives who hate the Ayatollah theocracy. This alone should give the Ayatollahs, nightmares.
People who have accused Israel of this assassination without an iota of proof, deliberately ignore the fact that the Ayatollahs had declared their intention to eradicate Israel off the face of the Earth since their 1979 revolution.
What is most disregarded also had been their publicly repeated such declarations without a single member of the United Nations objecting or even suggesting to remove the Iranian regime from the very UN which was created to stop such intentions.
Israelis have learned from Hitler that when one tells them that one wants to exterminate them, they take such a threat seriously and will do whatever is necessary to defend themselves.
It is very important to remember, that the Shia Iranian threat is also directed against the Sunni Arab Muslim leaders in Saudi Arabia, the Gulf States, Bahrain, Kuwait, and others.
Israel is rumored to have killed at least five Iranian scientists between 2007 and 2012 as part of their effort to derail Iran’s nuclear program, which Israeli officials consider an existential threat based entirely on the publicly and repeatedly declared intention of the Ayatollahs to do so.
As a Muslim country, Iran wants to project itself as a victim of Israeli terror. In 1400 years of history, Muslims were never a victim because they were always the aggressors and victimizers, starting with their mentor Muhammad bin Abd Allah who became the first and most powerful Organised Crime Syndicate leader based in Medina.
It is imperative to point out the enormous differences in size and population between Iran and Israel. Iran is 1,648,000 sq km with a population of 81,000,000 against Israel of 22,145 sq km and a population of 8,990,000, and they claim that is Israel is a threat to them. If we include the Muslim world, the differences become literally astronomical.
There is no doubt that Israel has such a weapon that was developed by Rafael Advanced Defence Systems which is an autonomous remotely controlled machine gun with a built-in optical system for aiming that they use to protect their borders against Muslim terrorists. Invariably, they are used locally on Israeli territory and monitored from the ground not from outer space as would have been necessitated in Iran.
To add to the incredible and blatant contradictions, there were eyewitnesses who described the scene as a war zone between the assassins and the bodyguards especially as reported by Fakhrizadeh’s son Hamed in an interview on state television who said that he had arrived at the scene within minutes adding “It was not an assassination but a war zone” thus endorsing a two-way gunfight with the assailants.
In the meantime, Iranian sources confirmed Saturday that “the duties and powers of the office of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei have been transferred to his son Mojtaba Khamenei, who oversees several security and intelligence departments in Iran,” according to a report posted on Twitter by Iranian journalist Mohamad Ahwaze.
With typical lack of rational thinking driven mostly by reflex emotions, and without an iota of proof that Israel was responsible for the assassination of Fakhrizadeh, top advisors to Khameini have suggested attacking the city of Haifa in Israel to cause maximum economic and civilian deaths not realizing that 18% of Haifa’s population is Muslim Arab who are presumably expendable from the point of view of Iranians.
In conclusion, whether it was Israel’s Mossad or whoever else, one thing is crystal clear: There are people in the Iranian intelligence system and others, who are providing the enemies of the regime with vital and extremely accurate information allowing them to plot and execute their plans with impunity based on these leaks.
It is tragic for the USA and the world in general, that the clueless and groveling Joe Biden may become the next president of the USA who is more than happy to add to the $150 billion that he and Obama’s treasonous gift to the very people who have been repeatedly shouting “Death to America, the great Satan” and will now reward them with having atomic weapons and their delivery systems.
Already, the Arab–Israeli peace process initiated by Trump is unraveling under the prospect of straw-man Biden, because Sudan is now backing away from peace, and Muslim countries harboring terrorists are looking forward to opening American borders.
The next few weeks do not bode well for the Middle East or world stability, especially since an Israeli strike on Iran’s nuclear facilities becomes imperative to secure her survival from a nuclear-armed Iran under a Biden administration.
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