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We stand at a very sensitive juncture of history of Iran and the Middle East. This turning point has been impacted by the most important reality of the present time: the final phase of the velayat-e faqih regime in Iran has arrived.

The eruption of popular rage among the Iraqi people has deeply disturbed the trend of occupation of Iraq by the velayat-e faqih regime.

Owing to its unique geopolitical status, Iraq was considered the most significant prey for the religious dictatorship ruling Iran since day one in order to export its fundamentalism and terrorism. Khomeini’s eight-year war, characterized by the motto of “Liberating Quds through Karbala,” was waged with an eye occupy Iraq and its holy shrines. The Iranian dictatorship was unable to conquer Iraq and had to accept the ceasefire. However, 15 years later, subsequent to the U.S. invasion of Iraq, Iran’s ruling religious dictatorship saw its long-held dream realized. The terrorist Quds Force and its paid operatives, the names of 32,000 of whom was exposed by the Iranian resistance, took control of the Iraqi people’s destiny.

A good example is what Qassem Soliemani, the Quds Force commander, and 200 other IRGC commanders doing in Iraq today.

More than a decade ago, millions of Iraqis signed statements, underscoring that they first faced a “hidden war and an undeclared occupation” by the Iranian regime, which then evolved into an open occupation and even led to the bombing of the holy Shrine in Samarra.

At the time, 5.2 million Iraqis demanded the eviction of the Iranian regime from their country. 

In December 2006, Ahmadinejad said, “Iran was the beneficiary of the windfall gains of the occupation of the two neighboring countries, Iraq and Afghanistan.” And in August 2008, Ali Larijani declared that all those who rule Iraq “listen to what we say” and “are our friends.”

American, European and Arab dignitaries have said repeatedly in recent years that Iraq was handed over to the mullahs on a silver platter. As such today Iraq is a country with
-    a government under the thumb of the Iranian regime’s Supreme Leader;
-    repressed freethinkers and intellectuals;
-    a destroyed Christian community;
-    a slaughtered Sunni population;
-    daily bombings, assassinations and explosions;
-    twenty-six assaults on Ashraf and Liberty coupled with a deadly siege;
-    many martyrs, wounded and hostages as well as a mass and illegal detention.

In August 2007, General Odierno said that 73 percent of US casualties in Iraq were due to attacks by pro-Iranian militias. 

Indeed, the United States made a historic blunder by considering the ruling religious dictatorship as part of the solution and by acquiescing to its joint governance of Iraq. 

Conversely, the combatants of Iran’s freedom who were not a party to the conflict in Iraq were heavily bombed and their weapons were confiscated in return for a betrayed promise of protection.

Over the past several years, especially since February 2010, the Iraqi people staged hundreds of demonstrations, demanding the expulsion of the Iranian regime from Iraq. Peaceful sit-ins and demonstrations continued for more than a year in six Iraqi provinces. Opposition to the Iranian regime’s dominance of Iraq became the primary issue of contention in that country.

The uprisings in Mosul and other Iraqi cities caught everyone, first and foremost Khamenei, off guard and shook the Revolutionary Guards. The Iranian regime made vain attempts to confront the Iraqi people’s uprising by characterizing the rebellion of millions of Iraqis as terrorism and actions of extremist groups. This was while tribal leaders and the people of Iraq have for weeks repeatedly condemned any form of extremism and terrorism as well as any assault and aggression against civilians.

They have underscored that they themselves had been at war with terrorism and Al-Qaeda in Iraq previously and are prepared to do so again. But, one cannot ignore the terrorism by the Maliki government and the Iranian regime, which is the root cause of this situation. 

Regardless of the prevailing analysis or opinions on the present situation, there is widespread consensus internationally that the current state of affairs in Iraq emanates from Maliki’s authoritarian and suppressive policies.

Therefore, there is only one solution, and that is to oust Maliki, to evict the Iranian regime from Iraq and to establish a democratic and inclusive government instead.

Here, I must emphasize that the only outcome of negotiating with, or seeking assistance from, the religious dictatorship would be that the Iraqi people will sink further into the carnage and civil war.

Eleven years ago, Maryam Rajavi the president-elect of the Iranian resistance said that the danger of the mullahs dominating Iraq was a hundred times more dangerous than the nuclear threat posed by Tehran. Time proved this to be correct. Now, the negative consequences of the mullahs’ losing Iraq are a hundred times more lethal than their retreat in the nuclear arena.
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