Amidst threats of war and in some instances actual wars against innocent people, especially Muslims, Islamic Iran has offered a peace initiative aimed at ending conflict and developing good neighborliness in the region.
When Iran’s Foreign Minister Javad Zarif appeared at the G7 summit in France, it took most people by surprise. He had come at the express invitation of French President Emmanuel Macron signaling that the US no longer calls the shots in global politics.
By standing firm on its principled stand, Islamic Iran was able to get its oil tanker released from UK-Gibraltar pirates and refused to make a deal to release the British tanker involved in illegal activities.
Last month there were several incidents in the Persian Gulf that have raised fears of a shooting war between Iran and the US and its sidekick Britain. The rogue regimes in Washington and London are playing with fire.
The Americans and the British continue to indulge in illegal acts against Iran while threatening “grave consequences” if Tehran does not submit to their demands. Iran refuses to surrender its sovereignty and dignity.
It is revealing no secret to state that Donald Trump has a pretty low IQ. The Donald, of course, would contest this and insist he is a “stable genius” but 27 American psychiatrists have said he is a nutcase. Take his twitter threats that do not scare Iran.
Trump abandoned the Iran nuclear deal more than a year ago. Tehran waited for 14 months in hopes the other signatories would fulfill their obligations under the JCPOA. Beyond empty promises, they have done nothing.
Iran has reacted angrily to Britain’s seizure of it oil tanker in the early hours of July 4 near Gibraltar. British commandos seized the supertanker Grace 1 as it sailed through the Strait of Gibraltar. It was carrying 2 million barrels of oil, reportedly destined for Syria.
The Washington war dogs’ loud barking is an attempt to camouflage the total failure of their policy vis-à-vis Islamic Iran. Trump and his mad dog advisors have gone berserk and don’t know what to do.
Only a mental retard will say he wants to negotiate and impose sanctions on the other side at the same time. This is what Donald Trump has done vis-a-vis Iran and then he expresses surprises that Tehran is not taking up his offer of talks.
It is astonishing that a number of attacks on oil tankers in the Persian Gulf and a rocket blasted near the US embassy in Iraq’s Green Zone have not ignited a full scale conflagration in the volatile region.
By shooting down a US spy drone that deliberately violated Iranian air space, Tehran has signaled that it will defend its sovereignty and territorial integrity with full force.
After huffing and puffing like the big bad wolf for several weeks against the Islamic Republic of Iran, Donald Trump was forced to make a climb-down. On a visit to Tokyo on May 27, Trump said he was not after “regime change” in Iran; he only wanted to make sure they do not have nuclear weapons. Iran does not, but who gave Trump the right to decide that anyway?
The US has targeted Monica Witt, a US air force whistler-blower, as well as Press TV and the New Horizon conference in order to cover its own nefarious acts globally.
There is a vicious campaign underway instigated by the enemies of Islam and Muslim unity to create divisions between Pakistan and Iran and get them entangled in conflict. Pakistanis must resist this plot.
If two leading powers in the Muslim world were to establish a common framework for operations, it would lead to dramatically positive developments in the Muslim world. It is time for Turkey and Iran to come together.
Islamic Iran has survived for 40 years because it adhered to Islamic principles but sectarianism and nationalism are gradually creeping in. These must be guarded against just as the Ikhwan must re-evaluate their conduct over the last 40 years to rectify their mistakes.
That the US was forced to choose drab Warsaw in the middle of winter to hold an anti-Iran hate fest that few major European powers attended merely exposed US isolation.