Iran Regime’s Exploitation of Foreign Forces and Export of Terrorism

The Islamic Republic’s Exploitation of Foreign Forces, Export of Terrorism, and Manipulation of Anti-Israeli Protests: A Call for Global Accountability

The Islamic Republic’s ruthless tactics have reached alarming levels as it shamelessly employs foreign mercenaries, including Afghan migrants, alongside Lebanese, Iraqis, and Palestinians, to enforce its oppressive rule, especially in its brutal treatment of women. This expansion of its arsenal underscores the regime’s unwavering commitment to suppress dissent and violate basic human rights.

The deliberate targeting of women serves as a harsh reminder of the regime’s vile misogyny and complete disregard for human dignity. Iranian women face systematic discrimination and harsh repression, with their rights severely restricted. The involvement of foreign agents in enforcing these oppressive measures only magnifies the regime’s monstrous human rights violations and highlights its barbaric nature.

Additionally, the Islamic Republic’s harsh crackdown on protests, reveals its disdain for democratic values and fundamental freedoms. The use of foreign mercenaries to silence dissent not only violates their sovereignty but also shows the regime’s readiness to use any means necessary to maintain its grip on power, regardless of the suffering it inflicts.

Moreover, the Islamic Republic’s export of terrorism and creation of unrest abroad further exacerbate global instability and undermine efforts for peace and security. The regime’s support for extremist groups and proxy militias has fueled conflicts across the Middle East and beyond, leading to untold suffering and loss of life.

In addition to deploying foreign mercenaries to quash dissent and enforce its oppressive regime, the illegitimate Islamic government in Iran boasts a notorious track record of fervently supporting anti-Israeli sentiments and movements. This includes substantial financial backing and ideological reinforcement. Recently, this backing has expanded to orchestrating protests, particularly within Western academic institutions where impressionable young minds abound. By bankrolling these demonstrations, Iran regime seeks to escalate anti-Israeli and anti-Jewish rhetoric, stoking tensions and attracting global attention to its cause. This calculated maneuver aligns with Iran’s broader geopolitical aspirations, positioning itself as a stalwart defender of Palestinian rights while simultaneously challenging Israel’s legitimacy on the international stage.

The recent unrest in universities and colleges epitomizes Iran regime’s persistent endeavor to shape global perceptions and policies regarding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. This underscores the regime’s readiness to exploit and manipulate individuals and situations to advance its own agenda, heedless of the ramifications for human rights and regional stability.

The international community must not only condemn these actions but also hold the Islamic Republic accountable for its continued violations of human rights and support for terrorism. It is imperative that all nations work together to address the root causes of instability and conflict perpetuated by the regime’s actions.

As the Islamic Republic continues to export terrorism and sow unrest abroad, it becomes increasingly urgent for the global community to take decisive action to counter these threats and protect the rights and security of all individuals, both within Iran and around the world.

About the Author
Shabnam Assadollahi is an award-winning Canadian human rights advocate and freelance writer/journalist of Iranian origin. She has a Master’s degree in Social Anthropology and has worked extensively helping newcomers and refugees resettle in Canada and has distinguished herself as a broadcaster, writer and public speaker. Shabnam was arrested and imprisoned at age 16 for eighteen months in Iran's most notorious prison, Evin. Shabnam’s primary and heartfelt interest is to focus on the Iranian community and world events affecting women and minority communities.