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Take out Iran Hitler to not feel sorry for Nazi Hitler




(MENAFN - Arab Times)
Ahmed Al-Jarallah Editor-in-Chief, the Arab Times

THOSE who follow the current
trend of events in the region would not find a major difference between the
present situation and what transpired two decades prior to World War II in
terms of preludes and justifications.

The
Iranian regime is currently demonstrating a trend similar to what preceded
World War II, which took place over half a century ago, in terms of dealing
with the files involving it and the world, and especially the terrorism and
attempts to blackmail the international community with conflicts and crises.

If Hitler's justification for
controlling the Nazi in 1921 was to amend the Treaty of Versailles one year
before, and German's declaration of its responsibility in World War I and
paying for the resultant damages due to its military escapades in other
countries, the Hitler of today is treading on a similar path in terms of
seeking to annul the nuclear deal.

Despite the flaws in the deal
that five major countries including Germany had agreed on after 12 years of
negotiations, Iran ended up turning against it after it was endorsed. Iran's
support for terrorist groups shot up by employing a significant amount of
money, which was the outcome of the deal, to fund those groups.

The path taken by Iran in this
regard made the US to exit from this infamous deal and sparked Europe to
increase its tone in warning Iran due to the persistence of the latter to
instigate chaos and destabilize world peace particularly through its continuous
provocations and threats to close down international maritime routes in the
Hormuz Strait and Bab-el-Mandeb Strait.

In the beginning of the 20th
century, Hitler exploited sentiments of nationalism and the so-called
'superiority of the Aryan race over other human races'. The Hitler of today is
exploiting sectarian fanaticism as its cover, which is coated with Persian
superiority and is also the origin of Aryan race, in order to achieve its
expansionism objective. Unfortunately, some Arabs are falling for it without
considering its consequences, particularly the sectarian aspect of it.

If history repeats itself as
tragedy at times and as parody at other times, the current events in the region
suggest it is a repetition of historical tragedy, with the difference being the
countries and the methods used.

Instead of directly invading
countries and expanding as the Nazis did, the Hitler-ish regime in Iran is
executing its expansionism scheme using terrorist groups in the regional
countries. This is either through the Houthis in its long attempt to infiltrate
the Saudi border in order to get to the holy places to legitimize its scheme or
via Iraq, Lebanon, Bahrain and other countries where such groups have committed
heinous crimes.

Perhaps, these facts elude the
minds of some, especially those who face constant threats against its regional
strategic interests such as what is happening today with the US. It was
recently proven that the US administration's political interest is above its
national security, its existence and reverence in the Middle East.

Therefore, this abatement will
undoubtedly end up something like the Munich Treaty that caused the disaster of
World War II because it gave Hitler the green signal to invade Europe. It is at
that moment when there will not be any strategic interests for the US to either
defend or preserve.

There is no any exit from this
impasse except by crushing Iran's 'Fuehrer' scheme of Ali Khomeini by taking
the battle inside Iran with the support of the opposition, and dismantling the
terrorist groups that continue to pump oxygen into the evil expansionism
scheme.

By Ahmed Al-Jarallah

Editor-in-Chief, the Arab
Times

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Take out Iran Hitler to not feel sorry for Nazi Hitler

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