Sunday, March 5, 2017

The Revolutionary Guards pursue Iran’s warmongering and export of terrorism



The Revolutionary Guards pursue Iran’s warmongering and export of terrorism.


Iran’s Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) should be designated as a foreign terrorist organization, making it clear this is a foreign-based entity threatening the interests of not only the United States but all countries, especially its Middle East neighbors. Citizens of numerous regional states and widespread national security interests of Iran’s neighboring governments are threatened as the IRGC is “involved in terrorism or terrorism engagement,” or retains the “ability and intention to engage in terrorism or launch terrorist activities.” If there is one entity that unquestionably fits such a legal criteria, it is none other than Iran’s IRGC.
Khamenei had officially dispatched the IRGC to Syria to protect the Assad regime following the spark of unrest and revolution in 2011.
Quds Force offices in Tehran and Iran’s eastern areas resort to threatening and bribing Afghan nationals in Iran to register to fight in Syria. There are also many cases where Afghan prisoners, or death row inmates, are released on the condition of being dispatched to Syria.
Under orders issued by the Quds Force, Iraqi militias such as the al-Nojba, the Badr Organization, Sarayaye Khorasani, Asaeb Ahl al-Haq and Kataeb Hezbollah have sent forces to Syria. They have first gone from Iraq to the southwest Iranian city of Abadan, and from there to Syria through a number of Mahan Air charter planes.
Khamenei had officially dispatched the IRGC to Syria to protect the Assad regime following the spark of unrest and revolution in 2011.
Quds Force offices in Tehran and Iran’s eastern areas resort to threatening and bribing Afghan nationals in Iran to register to fight in Syria. There are also many cases where Afghan prisoners, or death row inmates, are released on the condition of being dispatched to Syria.
Under orders issued by the Quds Force, Iraqi militias such as the al-Nojba, the Badr Organization, Sarayaye Khorasani, Asaeb Ahl al-Haq and Kataeb Hezbollah have sent forces to Syria. They have first gone from Iraq to the southwest Iranian city of Abadan, and from there to Syria through a number of Mahan Air charter planes.
The result of Iran’s meddling in Syria:
Over half a million people dead
More than 12 million displaced
More than 15,000 children dead
More than 600,000 children orphaned
More than 1,500 medical aid personnel killed
Four cities completely levelled
Aleppo
Hama
Homs
Dera
The IRGC must be designated as terrorists.
Source: The Revolutionary Guards pursue Iran’s warmongering and export of terrorism

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