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Iran and the created chaos

August 15, 2021
Iran and the created chaos



By Malik Obeid

The confrontations that happened during the last days can be understood only within the framework of Iran’s continuous intensive acts to spread chaos in the region.

This was evident in the attack on the Israeli cargo ship; then the exchange of shelling between Hezbollah and the Israelis during the anniversary of the bombing of the Beirut port, apart from causing escalation in the tense hotspots in the Middle East, and sending more drones to some regions of Saudi Arabia.

All of these did not happen by chance. Rather, it is a deliberate behavior similar to all other Iranian behaviors since the establishment of the Islamic Republic in Iran. However, it seems that the issue has become somewhat different during the last decade, as the Iranian strategy has become dependent on its movement in the region after examining the new orientations of the Western and American mind, in particular, towards the region and its future.

With Iraq entering its new phase after the fall of the ruling Baath regime there, and until the entire region entered the chaos of the so-called Arab Spring, and the struggle of extremist ideologies in a bid to grab power, the Iranians seem to have lost their way in monitoring the movement of the major powers in the region.

So they picked up the initial signals that became clear that the region has changed from what it was before. This also prompted the Iranians to make drastic modifications in their approach to achieving their revolutionary goals in line with the stage of created chaos that has become inherent in the region, and its fate that if it goes out of the door, it comes back through the window.

The Iranians have decided to be the executive element of the plan to dissolve and destabilize countries, in preparation for the imposition of a new and different reality from the reality of the region in which it was living before. This is after realizing the importance of benefiting from such a scheme in the hope of achieving the greater goal of obtaining the lion’s share and the largest spoils of controlling the region in the future.

This will not happen without transforming states from one centralization to conflicting centralities and multiple forces that can be taken in the form of small, inconsistent herds, with the aim of controlling them or even eliminating them, if necessary, in battles that are limited within a specific time and geographical area.

This is what has been achieved and is still obviously being achieved in Iraq. It would not be an exaggeration to say that the Iranian regime’s acceptance and mastering it in carrying out this role enabled it to obtain, in return, a reward that it had not dreamt of since its political face adopted the current radical model.

In return, the Obama administration approved the signing of the nuclear agreement, and the Iranian regime was given more gains free of charge and without any curbs that might reduce its role directly related to threatening the region’s security and its terrorism.

Perhaps this explains the ambiguity of the reaction of the major powers, led by the United States, to the Iranian bullying and destabilization of the region until the regime and its arms became more comfortable with an expansion of their operations without fear or caution.

By tracing the paths of tension and attraction that sometimes reach the point of direct confrontation, without the situation exploding contrary to all expectations, it is clear that the scenario of events and the distribution of roles are governed within a grand plan, which gives the Iranians not only freedom of movement along the length and breadth of the region, but also offers even countries one after another on a silver platter.

No matter how hard the Iranians try to justify what they are doing in the region, the results are all the same in every place where their political or military arms and even sectarianism have been extended. Chaos is the most prominent title and the common denominator among all hotbeds of tension, under mostly sketchy and unclear justifications.

Whether the Iranian regime’s justifications for creating chaos are its right to defend itself and the interests of its people, or to protect the Shiite community and its sanctities, or even to fulfill its moral duty, as it claims, to liberate humanity from the oppression and tyranny of governments, the end is the same — consolidating the plan for chaos in the region as a target no matter what cost of lives or bloodshed before pouncing on them and suffocating them.


August 15, 2021
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