US considers Iranian Revolutionary Guards the main source of evil in region

  • Niemals

    One starts to regard the US standpoint in the status of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards as plausible.

    The Israeli threats to destroy Iranian base in Syria is not alarming. On January 15, Morteza Nikoubazl wrote an article in Sputnik News saying that Michael McCaul, US Congressman, introduced a new bill directing the US State Department to determine whether the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) should be added to the list of terrorist groups. (source: IRAN NEWS UPDATE)
    Take for example the Iran’s reaction when U.S. designates Guards a terrorist group;
    “We are hopeful that the United States does not make this strategic mistake,” Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qasemi was quoted as saying by the state news agency IRNA.

    “If they do, Iran’s reaction would be firm, decisive and crushing and the United States should bear all its consequences,” he told a news conference reported by IRNA.
    The threats from Iranian Hezbollah (Hassan Nasrallah) is alarming, and they do it openly in various statements:
    “I’m against any reconciliation with Israel. I don’t recognize the presence of a state that is called Israel. (February 2000)
    If they (Jews) all gather in Israel, it will save us the trouble of going after them worldwide. “
    (October 2002)

    We have seen how the annual marathon turned into a pro-Hariri rally. جرائم حزب الله في سوريا
    Indications that Hezbollah is the obstacle for carefree life is more than clear.

    The anti-Israel Shia Muslim rebel movement was funded by Iran and trained by Iran’s Quds Force.
    Hezbollah has been based in Southern Lebanon since its creation and is now led by Hassan Nasrallah.

    Under Nasrallah’s leadership, Hezbollah quickly began conducting guerrilla attacks, suicide bombings, kidnappings and assassinations. In 1992, Hezbollah entered the Lebanese political arena in an effort to both take control of Lebanon and to make the world believe that it was a legitimate political movement and not a terrorist organization.

    On this forum there some inveterate supporters of Hezbollah, simply because they share the same ideology – If they (Jews) all gather in Israel, it will save us the trouble of going after them worldwide., not the so-called (pretend) – hatred against the Zionists, rather hatred against Jews – with the denying that the Jews exist at all, and all other conspiracies.

    Take the example of Abyad Hind with her persecution disorder – today hind is bringing forth “The double life of Dany Nora, chasing me on YaLibnan for 5 years…. ”

    Previously, she ‘attacked’ a twitter account owner who has NEXT the same name ( as my Disqus account name.
    “Our struggle will end only when this entity [Israel] is obliterated.” (Hezbollah open letter, february 1985), one can presume that I could change it to My struggle will end only when this user [Niemals] is obliterated.…..

  • Arzna

    “US considers Iranian Revolutionary Guards the main source of evil in region”. Us is not alone most Lebanese feel the same way about Iran and its proxy Hezbollah which is part of the Quds force of the Guards.