Protests in Iraq Continue Against Iran Regime’s Proxy Terrorists and Corruption

Protests in Iraq Continue Against Iran Regime’s Proxy Terrorists and Corruption

Protests in Iraq Continue Against Iran Regime’s Proxy Terrorists and Corruption

Reports from Iraq ongoing protests on November 1 and 2 against the Iranian regime’s deadly presence and systematic corruption by the government. The Iraqi people’s uprising is considered a blow to Iranian regime’s so-called “strategic depth.”


Since Iraq has a Shi’ite majority, the Iranian regime prolonged the war with Iraq, to reach its goal of creating the Shi’ite crescent.


The Iranian regime, as part of its strategy to export terrorism and chaos abroad, used the power vacuum in Iraq, after the second Gulf War, and expanded its influence in this country.


The regime’s terrorist proxy groups killed thousands of people. Many of the regime’s paid agents, including the former Iraqi Minister of Labor, Hadi-al Ameri, held top positions in the Iraqi government.


After years of the Iranian regime’s terrorism and meddling in Iraq’s affairs, in 2019 the Iraqi people started their “October Revolution” against the Iranian regime’s presence in Iraq and their government’s corruption, mostly related to Tehran’s influence.


In all southern Iraqi provinces where Shi’ite Muslims form the majority of the population, locals poured onto the street and chanted slogans against the Iranian regime.


The Iranian regime’s proxy terrorist groups assassinated many Iraqi activists in a bid to stop the uprising. But why?


Domestic oppression and export of terrorism are the Iranian regime’s pillars of existence.
The major Iran protests in 2019, and subsequent protests and anti-regime movements throughout Iran, despite the regime’s oppression, are a testament to the regime’s oppressive policies for controlling the society.


The regime has always described Iraq, Syria and Lebanon, particularly Iraq, with its overwhelming Shiite majority, as its strategic depth. This notion was one of the main reasons for the regime’s prolonging of the Iran-Iraq war and creating the terrorist Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) Quds Force. Iran’s nationwide uprising was preceded by mass protests in Iraq against Iranian interference in Iraqi society and political affairs. Both movements shocked the Iranian regime and shattered its strategic depth.


Read more at: NCRI


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