At this very critical stage in which the peoples and regimes of the Arab region are passing through due to the negative interventions and dangerous conspiracies of the evil forces against their countries, especially the Arab Gulf countries, it is necessary for them to be decisive and to follow a two-sides approach of using military force on one and in being wise on the other when dealing with the terrorist groups, the subversive organizations and those who tamper with the security of the region and involve in the Iranian Safavid conspiracy project.
The regime in Iran uses its Revolutionary Guard and agents in the region to threat of a war that plunges the region into chaos if regional and global powers tried to stop its expansionist project. These threats should not be taken seriously by the leaders of the Arab countries for the weak capabilities of the Iranian army and the Revolutionary Guard, hence, any folly made by the Iranian regime would mean knocking the last nail in the coffin of the mullahs.
However, it should be noted that in its implementation of the Safavid project, Tehran relies on its tools, agents and its fifth columns in the region as well as its extremist terrorist groups. That means that the destructive Persian project in the region is mostly done by non-Persian hands and by Arab agents and symbols who give up their Arabism for their own pleasures and money, until they become a puppet and a tool in the hands of the mullahs, following their orders and directed by their guidance and instructions.
It is now necessary to bring all Iran’s agents in the region and those who are involved in its crimes into an international and Arab trial, for that, every Arab country must activate its anti-terrorism law and criminalize communication with Iran, getting involved in the Iranian project or belonging to the mullahs. This should be accomplished by forming a legal and security committee within the League of the Arabic States which lists the names of those involved in Iranian terrorism and submit them to the authorities to be arrested and brought to a fair trial according to their attributed charges.
Thus, Hassan Nasrallah, the leader of the Lebanese Hezbollah, must be arrested on charges of communicating with Iran and forming terrorist militias that undermined security and stability inside and outside Lebanon as well as Abd al-Malik al-Houthi on charges of conspiracy with Iran against the legitimate government and the people of Yemen and the attempt to destabilize the security and stability of the Gulf states. In addition to those, Qais al-Khazali, founder and leader of Asaib Ahl al-Haq; Hadi al-Amiri, leader of the Badr militia, symbols of the regime of Bashar al-Assad, the Qatari regime and other Iranian agents involved in Persian conspiracies against Arab countries.
These trials must be carried out with unified Arab support and coordination between Arab governments and under the supervision of international courts and committees for being an integral part of the counter-terrorism process and in the mechanism to end Iran’s disruptive activities. As long as those agents are there in the Arab region, security and stability cannot be established there as the elimination of terrorism requires primarily the elimination of its producer i.e. Iran and its subversive tools. It must be dealt with in the same manner as in the Kingdom of Bahrain, that those involved in conspiracy against the country were arrested and brought to a fair trial that preserves the prestige and security of the state and protects its people from Iran’s evils. It is therefore clear how wise was the decision of Saudi Arabia and the UAE to intervene in Yemen in favor of legitimacy and against the coup of the Houthi rebels, Mullahs’ agents in Yemen.
The need to put an end to Iran’s agents in the Arab countries has become more urgent now than ever, not only to rein these subversive tools, but to end its role completely in the Arab countries. All of them have been radicalized and poisoned until they become poisonous dagger in the Arab countries, a hindrance to stability and peace there and a triggering sedition and fighting, disrupting the political action and in weakening the national armies, regimes and institutions.
Al Mezmaah Studies & Research Centre
9 November 2017