A report by Iran’s state-run TV
Tomorrow, the president’s speech in UN General Assembly will be certainly different from the last year’s, and it will be with more confidence. But why?
“Consecutive developments in Yemen, particularly Houthis’ dominance in the capital of this country, Sanaa, have created questions about Houthis’ relationship with Iran in the light of Iran’s influence in the Arab region, especially in Syria, Lebanon, Iraq and other Islamic countries such as Afghanistan.”
First, let’s look at Yemen—a country with a special condition which is close to one of the most significant waterways in the world. For years, this country was under the influence of Saudi Arabia, and Saudis considered it their own backyard. Today, Sanaa is controlled by revolutionaries who have raised the flags of Houthis and Ansarullah. Developments in Yemen are recent signs of Islamic Republic’s influence in the region.
As usual, Iran has taken general, diplomatic position towards Yemen. But political circles know that Yemeni Ansarullah is the same as Hezbollah in Lebanon.
“We must deal with the new situation. Such big events in Yemen cannot be ignored. Iran’s long-term policy in Yemen resulted in shaping a strong current in Yemen. These issues cannot be ignored.
Rather it should be considered as a victory of Iran’s revolutionary policy, which has created a new arm for itself in Yemen.”
Let’s go from Sanaa to Damascus. Syria is the outcome of Iran’s most influential, decisive role in the region. And developments in this country during past three years testify to that.
It has been three years that America, EU, Israel, other reactionary countries of the region, and Turkey have used all their political, military, intelligence and financial resources to topple Bashar Assad’s government with bloody hand of Takfiri groups.
So that they can severely strike the Resistance. Iran stood by Syrian people. And now there are no talks of toppling Bashar Assad in words of those who claim to be global powers. On the contrary, their’ rockets and fighter jets are targeting Takfiris.
“During past 6 to 9 months, equations in Syria have changed to the Bashar Assad’s advantage.
The Syrian regime has received a lot of help from both Iran and Hezbollah, that are actually present on the battlefield. This help has given a certain capability and capacity to Syrian army which it lacked two years ago.”
More than anywhere else, Iran powerful hands can be seen in a 50-day war in Gaza.
Three months ago, Israeli army attacked Gaza for 7 weeks from land, sea and air
to completely destroy the Resistance. The west and reactionary countries of the region shamelessly kept quiet and supported it. But eventually, the Zionists hate to retreat with their tail between their legs, giving into a ceasefire. And that was because the Resistance was revived with Iranian rockets, becoming a pain in the neck for Israel.
“Iran helped the Resistance militarily, and at least, took part in transferring military technology.
Iran and all the countries that have supported the Resistance in past years had a share in this victory.”
“Destroying Hamas is not that easy. The U.S. with all its power was not able to destroy organizations that are half as powerful as Hamas. Hamas in not a small organization. It is rather an organization that is supported by a big country called Iran.”
To see Iran’s powerful hand, let’s go from Gaza to our western neighbor, Iraq.
Iraq’s military and political developments highlighted Iran’s firm standing in the region more than before. There is no doubt that if it were not for Iran’s management, no order would be restored to Iraq’s complicated political situations. As for ISIL Takfiri forces, although the west as usual lied, even they do not doubt that if it were not for Iran’s help, 04:30
ISIL terrorists would be marching in Baghdad.
“Iran was the first country to give us weapons and military equipment.”
While various countries are looking for a way to fight ISIL, there is one name which is proposed as a key figure in the fight against this militant group. And that is General Qassem Suleimani.
Right now, he plays a key role in preventing the collapse of Baghdad by ISIL operatives.
“If it weren’t for Iran, we would be all dead.”
In Afghanistan, the situation that was heading towards a political sedition became quiet three days ago. Let us tell you that without Iran’s opinion, this political peace was not achievable.
“People of Afghanistan will never forget Iran’s positive role in political developments in the past 13 years.”
In this short program, we won’t say anything about Lebanon and Hezbollah whose deep relationships with the Islamic Republic is quite obvious. Here is one sentence by the honorable master of the Resistance.
“Hezbollah’s presence in Lebanon is one of the most significant signs of Iran’s exporting revolution. Iran’s influence in Lebanon has a military and political dimension in such a way that political process in this country is tied to Iran.”
Now Iran’s president will give his speech in UN General Assembly, backed by Iran’s powerful presence in the region, as well as people’s support.
There about 200 countries expect to listen to Iran’s words. The president will surely appreciate this unprecedented national power. And he will talk from a position worthy of Iranian people—from the position of the most powerful and influential country in the region. Particularly now that Iran’s enemies are in their weakest position in the past decade.