The US government is rewarding $ 15 million for information about an Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Qods commander, Abdolreza Shahlaie.
The US special envoy for Iran, Brian Hook, told reporters December 5 that the United States has set a multi-million dollar prize for information about Brigadier General Abdul Reza Shahlaie.
According to a US State Department official, US officials are trying to obtain information about him and to help him disrupt the "Revolutionary Guards operation".
"Haqqani controls many organizations responsible for attacks on Americans and their allies around the world," Hook said. He has planned the killing of many coalition soldiers in Iraq and supplies ammunition and weapons to extremist Shiite groups that killed 5 American soldiers and wounded 3 more in Operation January 20, 2007 in Karbala. In 2011, he led the assassination attempt on Saudi Arabia's ambassador to the United States, John Adel Al Jabira.
Sputnik news agency about the details of the US claim Mojtaba Jalalzadeh Expert in International Affairs and Iranian Foreign Policy, US Policy and Interaction with Iran She had a conversation.
To what extent is America's claim true?
The Quds Force, known as the military and international wing of the Islamic Republic of Iran's Revolutionary Guards Corps, has always been exposed to ambiguities and security concerns by its foreign activities. Although the Quds Force is a military force, the military and armed missions it has carried out outside the Iranian border have rarely been focused on combating terrorism. What we are witnessing today is the presence of the Quds Force in Syria that has led to the defeat of ISIS and the capture of ISIS in Iraq and the loss of their lands. Although the defeat of ISIS was not by the Quds Force alone and other countries such as Russia or some US and regional and extra-regional coalitions were present, the undeniable role of the Quds Force in this regard cannot be ignored.
The Americans claim that the Commander-in-Chief launched an operation against them in 2007, but why are they now making such claims in 2019?
What Americans are saying today, and the accusations that Americans are making, can be examined in several ways. One of those aspects is the discussion of the victory and effective presence of the Islamic Republic of Iran in the region, and in particular the fight against ISIS.
Americans have voiced ambitious slogans about combating terrorism since the 9/11 attacks. Since that year, Americans have sought to portray themselves as fighting terrorism. What we are seeing is that in the recent developments since 2011, the Islamic Republic of Iran has played a key and effective role in the fight against terrorism. Americans may make such accusations to confiscate the role of other countries, including Iran, in defeating ISIS. Other Americans' motives for why they made such accusations 12 years later are their own nuclear case, the outcome of their pledge. In fact, Americans want all the relevant and unrelated issues of the past and present to be tied to Zimbabwe to justify their abandonment of the Zimbabwe first, and to be able to intervene in issues such as international security and endangering peace and interference. Other countries' domestic affairs use such accusations as the missile program, the international consensus against Iran. As we have seen, the European and Asian powers did not accompany him in the debate in the United States. China, Russia, Britain, France and Germany remained in the brokerage, and even Europeans implemented the Intex mechanism to persuade Iran to remain in the brokerage, or even the Russians and Chinese who engaged in trade. . In fact the role of the Revolutionary Guards. The role of the Quds Force in the region is undeniable, as were the commanders of the militia and militia. And they have repeatedly said that the oppressed nation and the liberation movements.
What will be Iran's response in this regard?
The US-Iran relationship is an unbalanced one. The Islamic Republic of Iran can only respond to Americans through diplomacy and diplomacy, as US sanctions are unilaterally imposed on Iran. The Islamic Republic of Iran does not appear to be able to take action in the field, but in the political arena it can condemn US actions through timely political bias through the State Department through its own UN representation. In previous years, the US had also claimed that it had never been confirmed that it was about the assassination of Saudi Arabia's ambassador to the United States by Iran, in which a person with an inadequate history of alcohol and drug abuse was arrested and charged with Iran was linked and Shahla'i was identified as the liaison with the Iranian military and intelligence officer.
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