Ever since the formation of an international coalition that began its attacks on ISIS in Iraq and Syria, we have been hearing the moaning and howling of various officials and media in Iran.
The commander of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps proclaims that the anti-ISIS operations threaten Iran’s national security (Fars News Agency, Sep. 23), while the deputy-foreign minister considers them as a prelude to interventionist measures in the (Middle East) region (Tabnak website, Sep. 23).
Why is that? What does it have to do with Iran?
To find out the answer, one should first realize that the Iranian regime is th ... continue reading »