Tzipi Hotovely believes it is time for “global action” to counter Iran’s danger.
Farideh Goudarzi, a 21-year-old woman in the eighth month of her pregnancy, was detained by a gang of thugs in 1983 for being a member of a Left-wing organization. In the jail where she gave birth to her son, she was constantly interrogated, beaten, and tormented. The agony, however, continued. Guards in front of her even flung her baby about.
Ebrahim Raisi, the man who was inaugurated in as Iran’s new president last Thursday after winning elections in which more than half of the public chose not to vote, was one of those in control. The Supreme Leader, Ali Khamenei, pre-screened candidates and is reportedly grooming Raisi to succeed him. The choice of The Butcher of Tehran symbolizes the danger that Iran poses not just to its own people but also to the rest of the world.
Raisi represents a continuation of Iran’s destabilizing foreign policy under the Supreme Leader, who is responsible for the killing of 30,000 people, including gays who were hanged from cranes.
This policy, led by the Revolutionary Guards Corps, is spreading jihadi ideology throughout the region, breaking international law, deceiving people, and sacrificing women and children in the process.
Iran recently demonstrated the danger it poses to the globe when it launched an explosive drone strike off the coast of Oman, killing two British and Romanian crew members.
It was the fourth attack on civilian ships in the year 2021 alone.
Iran is aiming for freedom of navigation, which is a cornerstone of international law and essential to global trade.
All of the G7 countries denounced the incident. The key issue is Iran’s denial of involvement. You have a renegade state that believes it can achieve influence by using violence and deceit.
Iran provides weapons to jihadists in Yemen, Syria, Iraq, and, of course, Lebanon. It perceives the West and its ideas of freedom, equality, and variety as a threat to its fundamentalist course, which aspires to return its people to the Middle Ages.
Iran is enriching uranium to levels that, according to the International Atomic Energy Agency’s director general. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”