The Middle-East region has been the focal point of attention over the past centuries due to its abundant natural resources and unique geopolitical importance. Nowadays, it is an incontrovertible fact that the oil-rich Middle-East is considered the heartbeat of the 21st-century economy.
Among the foreign players in the Middle-East, the United States has always sought to overcome any obstacle in the way to cement its unchallenged hegemony and influence in West Asia. One of the means by which Washington pursues its interests in the Middle-East is forging an alliance with Israel.
In complicity with the Zionist regime, the “New Middle East” doctrine was launched to the world from Tel Aviv by the then American Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice in tandem with Israeli agendas. According to this infamous doctrine, the United States will exert its efforts to partition the Middle-Eastern large nations.
Currently, two opposing fronts exist in the Middle-East: on the one hand, the pro-western regime ruled by an undemocratic monarch and on the other hand the pro-democracy nations, such as Iran and Syria.
Prior to the 1979 Islamic revolution, Iran governed by the Pahlavi puppet regime which took its orders from its western masters. The Pahlavi servile regime could not decide independently upon Iran’s natural resources; in other words, the orders came directly from London or Washington.
But with the advent of the Islamic Republic, a dramatic change took place in the Middle-East that sent ripples through the world and jeopardized the interests of the arrogant powers as the Iranian revolution harbingered independence and freedom for other middle-eastern nations. In order to thwart the Iranian revolution from fulfilling its lofty goals, the United States incited the Saddam Hussein’s regime to launch a deadly 8-year war against Iran and also waged economic terrorism against the Iranian nation by imposing illegitimate sanctions.
For the past four decades, the United States’ nefarious policies vis-à-vis Iran had no tangible success as Iran managed to form the Axis of Resistance in the Middle-East which struggles against the American supremacy in the region and beyond.
One of the most leading Iranian personalities which frustrated the US agendas in the Middle-East was the late Qassem Soleimani, the commander of IRGC’s Quds Force.
General Soleimani was successful in organizing weak resistance factions in the Middle-East into forces to be reckoned with.
The terrorist clique in the White House, led by the American clown president, Trump, assumed that by assassinating Iran’s legendary general they halt Iran’s struggle against the oppressors, but with no avail.
Verily, one day Israel, this malignant cancerous tumour in the West Asian region will be removed by the soldiers who have been trained by Gen. Soleimani.