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Ibrahim Motaghi at the Special Meeting on "Widespread Chaos from Iraq, Lebanon to Iran" Motives and Goals:
Developments in the region, especially in Iraq and Lebanon, are an attempt to change the balance of power and weaken the axis of resistance.

What is going on in the region, especially in Iraq and Lebanon, is an attempt to change the balance of power and weaken the axis of resistance, said Ibrahim Motaghi, a university professor and political analyst with reference to the events in Iraq and Lebanon.

What is going on in the region, especially in Iraq and Lebanon, is an attempt to change the balance of power and weaken the axis of resistance," said Brahimi Motaghi, a professor and political analyst with reference to the events in Iraq and Lebanon.

 

According to a Qudsna correspondent, at a meeting this afternoon on "Widespread uprisings from Iraq, Lebanon to Iran, 'motives and goals' were held at the Palestinian Office for the Defense of the Nation with the presence of Middle East experts," The regional equations are not satisfied, so there are plots to change the balance of power and weaken the axis of resistance.

 

"What is happening in Iraq and Lebanon can be evaluated in terms of the same equation and conspiracy to change the balance of power and weaken the axis of resistance," he said.

 

Motaghi emphasized that the enemy was targeting the social base of the resistance and therefore did not hesitate to engage in any conspiracy against the Axis of Resistance in a way that drove the people of these countries into the streets and created chaos and protest.

 

"If we want to understand the trends that call for regional equations to change and weaken the resistance axis, we must answer the fundamental question of whether the states opposed to the resistance are satisfied with the new developments and equations in the region," he said. It is undeniable that the US, Israel and Saudi Arabia are not happy with the current situation and that they have been behind such developments and protests.

 

 Unfortunately, minefields in all of the resistance-oriented countries have spies who can execute some of their hostile schemes, Mottaqi said. Like Natchez, it happened in Lebanon, Iraq and Iran, and some took the wave of popular protests and diverted its course.

 

He said that the US, Saudi Arabia and the Zionist regime have created a combined regional threat against Iran and the resistance movement: They seek to create social unrest in countries such as Iran in order to further their threat, and in this regard, the Inside they are used to further this goal.

 

Mottaghi added: "It may be a weak state and a strong society in a country where we have broken cohesion but when the community and the government are strong it is weak but when both the government and the government are weak it creates There is serious damage to that society, and now Iran is in a situation where both society and government are weak.

 

In this context, he argues, we see that the government sometimes makes decisions that itself are unaware of its consequences, and that its consequences are damaging to society and the government itself. The government must be the center of political rationality and its decisions must be made on this basis.

 

"When a society is unable to make decisions on issues and fails to generate a surplus of peaceful mechanisms for itself, it will take steps to increase the cost for itself and the political system," Mottaqi said. That society is weak In these societies, there is no organized discourse and leaders structured as intermediary forces between society and government, and under such circumstances the cost of society increases.

 

Royvaran: The US is working to undermine the domestic legitimacy of the countries in the region

"What happened in Iran, Lebanon and Iraq follows a fourth-generation model of war, the initial rationale for which is consensus on one issue," said a West Asian expert.

 

Hossein Royeran, speaking this afternoon at a special session on "Turbulence from Iraq, Lebanon to Iran" held by the crowd in defense of the Palestinian people, said that the end of the protests was in front of the public. Kurdish: Of course, security issues were about 10 to 12 percent effective in ending the protests, but people were more influential in that, but the people who ended their protests emphasized that the government needed to contain inflation and Improve their livelihood.




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