Servile Agents to Iran Mullahs

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Iran's record in Iraq is like an empty glass, it has only brought miseries to the Iraqi people
Iran's record in Iraq is like an empty glass, it has only brought miseries to the Iraqi people

By Ms. Mani al-Jabouri, Al-Tagheer TV (Translated to English by Iran Probe)
Sunday, 15 May 2016

Iraq - Look at the filled portion of a cup. This is a phrase used to focus on the positive aspects of a subject. Anyhow, it is important that human beings must not be focused on negative issues. However, if we take into consideration the political trend in Iraq following the 2003 U.S.-led invasion, it would be ridiculous to speak of anything positive in this political trend.

The flagrant failure of the political trend in Iraq is the result of all the efforts of the U.S. and Iran, as all their plans have been suspicious, especially those related to the mullahs’ of Iran. What has become of the Iraqi people by them is proven and utterly undeniable. It is only denied by those who speak of the “positives” of the mullahs’ regime.

If we compare the regime in Iran to a cup that has no half-full portion, it would be an empty cup with just a bit of moisture seen at the bottom of it. I don’t know what in this regime deserves to be praised? Is it the [1988] massacre of 30,000 PMOI / MeK political prisoners in a span of one month, and/or wasting the Iranian nation’s wealth, murdering and massacring nations of the region, their nuclear project which they were forced to handover, the people who are forced to live in poverty, the 12 million hungry Iranians, the army of addicts… what is there to praise?!

The writer of this article end her piece:

This regime, as admitted by its own officials, has filled its prison with double the number of their capacity. The prisoners are sleeping in turns because of lack of space and the services provided should be described actually as no services at all. The prisons are also flooded with illnesses.

On corruption, the mullahs’ regime is the epicenter and source of all the corruption in the Middle East, plundering and organized theft led by the leaders of both factions in the mullahs’ regime.

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