Syria: Iran to fail big in Aleppo defeat

May 18
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Sanabargh Zahedi, Brigadier General Ass’ad al-Zobei, Colonel Abdul-Jabbar al-Akidi
Sanabargh Zahedi, Brigadier General Ass’ad al-Zobei, Colonel Abdul-Jabbar al-Akidi

By Staff Writer, Iran Probe
Wednesday, 18 May 2016

An Internet conference was held on Monday, May 16th, covering the role of the Iranian regime in Syria entitled “The Mullahs’ Regime Ties Fate with Aleppo”.

Brigadier General Ass’ad al-Zobei, President of the Syrian opposition negotiating delegation, Colonel Abdul-Jabbar al-Akidi of the Free Syrian Army commanders and former head of the revolutionary command council in Aleppo and the environs, and Sanabargh Zahedi, Chairman of the National Council of Resistance of Iran’s Judiciary Commission took part in this conference.

Brig. General Ass’ad al-Zobei in his remarks referred to the hatred and isolation experienced by the mullahs’ regime in the region, especially amongst Iran’s neighboring countries.

“This is the result of terrorist and aggressive policies adopted by this regime and resulted in destabilizing and disrupting security in the region. Iran is attempting to export its own crises,” he said.

Brig. General al-Zobei went on to refer to Iran’s hollow saber-rattling and its attempts to spark clashes between regional countries with the goal of destabilizing the entire region.

“This regime is attempting to claim it enjoys stability. However, all signs indicate Tehran is suffering from severe weaknesses,” he explained. “This regime has lost in Yemen. It has suffered a large number of commanders amongst its commanders. Once considering Syria its 35th province, Iran is currently focused only on Aleppo and this is as far as its efforts can go. It may even resort to only retaking and defending the village of Khan Touman. Anyhow, this regime is step by step losing and will eventually be overthrown,” he explained.

Colonel Abdul-Jabbar al-Akidi in his remarks described the mullahs in Iran as an ultra-terrorist regime. Iran has been attempting to occupy all of Aleppo for every two years now, he said, adding the criminal Assad regime first experienced this back in 2012, when he boasted of routing the “terrorists” in a mere ten days. However, he failed. Currently, Iran has brought along Iraqi Shiite militias, the Lebanese Hezbollah and the rest. However, in 2016 alone and only in Aleppo this regime has lost 340 forces, of which 56 have been senior officers. I say to the Iranian regime and all its Shiite militias that Aleppo is too powerful for you to take over. The regimes of Bashar Assad and Iran, and all who have come from the four corners of the globe, they should know that Aleppo will never surrender in the face of all the aggressors, he added.

Sanabargh Zahedi in his remarks emphasized, “Today in Syria, only the forces loyal to the Iranian regime are involved in killing and massacring the innocent people. These individuals, or the criminal Revolutionary Guards and army personnel under [Iranian supreme leader Ali] Khamenei’s orders, or foreign forces linked to the terrorist Quds Force – all trained, armed and financed by the mullahs’ regime – and commanded on the ground by the Revolutionary Guards. Coming from Lebanon, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and … they have no independent identity, and they are all considered the mullahs’ forces.”

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