Lebanon protests are major blow to Iranian regime

Lebanon protests
(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): Lebanon protests are a major blow to the Iranian regime.
Lebanon protests

Just days after the huge explosion in the port of Beirut in Lebanon, the Lebanese people are expressing their intense anger.

They are calling out for a revolution and are expressing their rage at the politicians in the country that have been corrupt for years. They are also angry at the Iran-backed Hezbollah group – a terrorist organization that has become entangled in Lebanese politics.

Over the years, Iran has spent huge sums of money funding the Hezbollah organization, trying to gain influence in Lebanon. The current protests in the country are a huge blow to the Iranian regime.

The people of Lebanon are desperate to rid their country of the corrupt politicians who are closely linked to the Iranian regime. This is the priority of the people who cannot even trust their leaders to lead the clean up of the city.

The protests led to the current government resigning and the people now want to see the dissolution of the government. The Iranian regime, which has invested so much in its warmongering policies in Lebanon, is concerned about these latest developments, literally watching their influence in the country fade away.

A state-run publication wrote recently that the domestic unrest in Lebanon is worse than the explosion itself for the Iranian regime. The Resalat daily wrote that protesters in Lebanon are targeting government buildings such as Parliament and the Foreign Ministry.

The horrific explosion at the port of Beirut has certainly turned things upside down for both the Iranian regime and the Lebanese Hezbollah organization. In a conference organized by France, held online, the parties agreed that the Hezbollah organization will be weakened by recent events. Several countries were invited to participate in the conference – both Arab and non-Arab countries – but Iran was not asked to participate.

The Iranian regime is weakening further and further. Already at home, it has no support among the people that have held three major uprisings in the past three years. The people have made it very clear that they will not accept the regime’s rule under any circumstances and that their end-goal is the collapse of the regime.

Furthermore, the Iranian regime has been weakened in Iraq where the people there have also been holding widespread protests. The people of Iraq have made it very clear that they do not accept Iran’s interference and they want the regime to leave.

Iran, for four decades, has been plundering the people’s wealth to fund terrorist militias and proxy groups across the region. It has sparked and fuelled crises across the Middle East to further its malign policies.

The mullahs’ regime has been involved in the Syrian war since the beginning. Not only has the Iranian regime provided a huge amount of financial support, but it has also provided significant military support. The main Iranian opposition the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran) believes that the mullahs’ regime may have spent up to around $100 billion dollars trying to prevent the overthrow of Assad.

President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, said at the recent Free Iran virtual summit that the regime cannot let go of its destructive policies because it would quite simply collapse.

The recent developments in the Middle East indicate that the regime is going to weaken further and that its collapse is imminent.