Ex-IRGC Commander Mohsen Rezayee said that withdrawal from the region is the inescapable fate of the American forces.
“The (anti-US) struggles and protests have undergone an outstanding increase and the US has been left with no other option, but to retreat from the region, and the theatrical relations between the betraying Arab states and the Zionist regime will not help them.
Rezayee, the current secretary of Iran’s Expediency Council (EC), said at a meeting with Secretary-General of al-Nujaba Movement Sheikh Akram al-Kaabi in Tehran on Wednesday.
He described the coming years as the years of expansion and reinvigoration of the resistance front, and said, “Not only the US will be expelled from the region, but also the plot for the Al-Saud, Bahrain and the UAE’s concession to the holy Quds occupying regime will fail.”
Rezayee underlined Iran’s support for the Islamic resistance movements in Iraq, and said, “The resistance front will not allow Israel to become a surrogate of the US in the region and this goal will be materialized with the countries’ independence from the US.
Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and the UAE should separate from the US and the next few years will be the years of controversy over separation from the US.”
In relevant remarks earlier today, Iran’s Judiciary Chief Seyed Ebrahim Rayeesi underlined that normalization deals by some Arab states may not protect Israel from annihilation.
“Any contract aiming to guarantee Israel’s survival is doomed to failure,” Rayeesi said in a meeting with outgoing Syrian Ambassador to Tehran Adnan Mahmoud on Wednesday.
He referred to the failure of previous deals with Israel, including Camp David, Oslo, and Sharm al-Sheikh, and said the recent agreements between Tel Aviv and certain Arab regimes will also fail.