Terrorism
Sunday March 26, 2017

Aleppo Has Been Occupied by the IRGC and Its Mercenaries

The Iranian Regime and its subsidiary terror organisation, the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), played a significant role in retaking Aleppo from the democratic Syrian Resistance forces, according to a report by the democratic Iranian opposition.

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Iran Assists in the Brutal Rape of Aleppo

An extensive role in the fall of Aleppo, was played by Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Quds Force, building a network of bases around the city, and directing militiamen from Lebanon, Iraq and Afghanistan to do the killing, was revealed by an Iranian opposition groups in a new intelligence report.

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Iran's Supreme Leader Emphasises His Wish to Obliterate Israel

Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khameini, in reference to him pinning the blame on the United States for the current issues in Aleppo, has reiterated that the eradication of Israel is primordial to him. In a message on Twitter he said: “As I‘ve said before, if Muslims & Palestinians unite & all fight, the Zionist regime will not be in existence in 25 years.”

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Destabilising the Iranian regime

The fundamentalist mullahs regime in Iran has been founded on two main principles. Firstly, domestic crackdown. Secondly, the export of Islamic fundamentalism, terrorism and extremism. The Islamic Revolution as they call it. 

Since the beginning of its existence, the West has appeased the mullahs time and time again. As a result, ISIS has been born and the Middle East is a wreck.

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Iran’s presence in Syria

Iran’s criminal interference in Syria is proven by Qassem Soleimani’s presence in Aleppo. Soleimani is the commander of Iranian Revolutionary Guards (IRGC’s) terrorist Quds Force.

Al Arabiya Television reported that Iran is in Aleppo to visit the Iranian regime’s affiliated military units that are fighting in the city. There is a video proving Soleimani’s presence there.

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