The prime objective of Iran’s mullah-led regime is to export its Islamic revolution worldwide to build a new Shiite “world order” on the “ruins” of Western civilization, declared a columnist for a daily paper affiliated with the country’s religious leadership, reports Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin..
“Iran will, in the future, become one of the poles of the world,” wrote Abdollah Motevalian in a recent column in the daily newspaper Javan.
The paper is “affiliated with the country’s ideological camp,” according to the Middle East Media Research Institute, which monitors and analyzes media in the region.
The writer cited a list of principles that provide the foundation for the Islamic revolution’s objectives.
“Identifying the enemy; believing in the need for fighting the enemy; a revolutionary discourse; a fighting strategy; persistence in fighting, with no hiatus; jihadi spirit; a plan for the fighting; tirelessness; making it a people’s war and leveraging all the human potential in the country.”
Motevalian praised the 1979 revolution in Iran that deposed the moderate shah and installed the hard-line Muslim regime.
He calls for building a “new world order” on the “ruins of the Western world order.”
Experts, he said, all recognize that the Islamic revolution “was an exceptional revolution, unlike any other in previous centuries in the world.”
Not only did it remove the shah, it launched a fight against “global arrogance,” created a “resistance axis” and directed “public opinion of the world.”
Further, it launched a plan “for creating the global rule of the Mahdi,” the personage Shiite Muslims believe will be their returning messiah figure.