May 26, 2019, 4:15 PM
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"Team-B", dreaming of confronting Iran

Tehran, May 26, IRNA - The “Team B” consisting of Bolton, Bin Salman, Benjamin Netanyahu and Bin Zayed are still dreaming of military engagement with Iran to meet their demands, and they have no regard for the aftermath of the war for the countries of the region and the world.

This comes as the Iranian and American leaders have emphasized that they are not interested in conflict and war,

Under the circumstances, the international community does not support the idea of ​​military action against Iran, and the US allies have rejected the idea, and major powers such as Russia and the European Union have called for the sides to avoid increasing tensions, and American politicians have a slight tendency towards military engagement with Iran, and a number of US Congressmen have criticized the government for not providing complete information, members of the “Team B”, consisting of Bolton, Benjamin Netanyahu, Bin Salman and Bin Zayed, are among limited numbers who support the idea of ​​a military option and have used a hostile tone against Iran.

The members of the team are not paying attention to the consequences of the tension and continue to increase their saber rattling against Iran and try to drag President Trump to a war with Iran. However, many analysts and observers consider the aftermath of any adventure against Iran to be serious for the United States and its allies.

** Team B; directors of anti-Iranian puppet show

The Egyptian magazine Al-Majd in a part of its report written by "Toufeq al-Madani" says, “Warlords of the current US government, including US National Security Adviser Bolton and Secretary of State Pompeo and Zionist leaders are struggling to wage a war against Iran, but Congress is helpless. The presence of extremist leaders in the Arab states of the Persian Gulf, especially Saudi Arabia and the UAE, has also strengthened this approach. These leaders have a tremendous impact on Trump and have reached a coalition on Trump policy.

According to Al-Ray- al-Youm, the three sides are looking for tensions. First is a group of US warlords such as Bolton, Pompeo, Jared Kushner, and second are the leaders of Arab countries like Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, and the third is the Israeli regime. London-based Al-Arabi al-Jadid newspaper wrote that Tehran and Washington say they are not looking for a war, but what has increased the risk of a conflict is that people like Bolton threatened Iran with a war. In the meantime, some Arab officials are pouring fuel into fire of the war without paying attention to the aftermath of the war. In essence, the United States has begun creating tensions against Iran with obvious partnerships of the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain, and the Israeli regime. The country has taken steps in this direction last year by withdrawing from the nuclear deal and imposing sanctions on Iran and lifting the exemptions for Iran’s oil sanctions.

"The Trump's real goal of creating tension with Iran is a personal issue and he has become megalomanic," the daily said, adding that the nuclear deal was a problem for the region, which was one of the reasons for his retreat. Since the invasion of Iraq, the United States has been the biggest threat to peace and stability in the region since 2003. It does not care about the UN resolutions, and protects the Israeli regime and its devastating policies in the region as well as dictators in the Arab countries.”

Al-Ray- al-Youm highlighted, “The more disastrous is that the US administration, headed by Trump, criticizes Iran's behavior in the region while has ignored the crimes by its allies in the Arab countries of the region. Meanwhile, the Saudi Arabia and UAE's hostile policies in Yemen, Libya and Sudan have swept the region to the brink of volcano. Trump has removed the United States from the nuclear deal while, the US allies in Europe, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and even neutral US officials have admitted that Iran has committed itself to a nuclear deal. Now, Iran is considering to withdraw from the nuclear deal if the European countries do not try to establish a mechanism for oil and banking sectors in Iran. As a result of Iran's considerations, Trump finds itself in the face of the difficult equation. Or he will surrender or continue his tensions. This is while just his entourage, including Bolton and the regime of Israel, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, no one want tension. "

Lebanon's daily Al-Bana also wrote that “All the supporters and opponents of the war against the Islamic Republic were surprised at the explosions of tankers in the port of Al- Fujairah. Because Trump did not respond positively to the demands of the warlords despite the provision of the war excuse, and did not exploit the explosions of al- Fujairah. But Trump assured the world that he did not intend to wage war. This issue was repeated after Ansarullah's attack on Saudi oil facilities. After the event, Washington did not restore to tension. Riyadh leaders received this message, and after that, Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al- Jubeir declared that Saudi Arabia was not seeking a war with Iran. In the occupied territories, Zionist officials have provoked Trump to retreat from the nuclear deal and simmering tension against Iran, after which the two events kept quiet in the region. They realized that the issue needed an analysis with calmness and far from saber rattling not to lead to war. Because in the event of a war, its consequences for the interests of the United States and its influence, as well as the stability of its allies, and at the head of their Zionist regime, are unclear. Although Netanyahu did not take any stance after these developments, the energy minister, Yuval Steinitz, broke the silence and uncovered the Israeli regime's concern over the war and activities of Hezbollah and the Islamic Jihad in Gaza.”

** The consequences of military option for the region, world

The newspaper Ray-al-Youm, wrote, "If a war occurs, its spread will take up the region. On the one hand, Iran and its allies will be on the axis of resistance, and on the other hand it will be the United States and its Arab allies. But the dangers of war will include all over the world. Because the battlefield will be the region that will form the vital artery of the global economy, and the global economy will rely more heavily on oil and gas in the region, and in the event of a war, more oil fields will be destroyed. According to the Ray-al-Youm, the Trump government does not have a proper assessment of the power of Iran and its allies. Iran and its allies are likely to target the US fighter jets and bases. Iran and its allies can also target the interests of Arab countries, cities and economies of these countries, and everyone will be in the range of missiles.”

Egypt's al-Majd magazine in part of its report noted that Iran has been planning to use the power of the resistance groups in the region since the Islamic Revolution. Now the situation is different, and Iran has a great influence in the Middle East. Hezbollah has more facilities than the Lebanese army. Allies of Iran are strong in Iraq, Syria and Yemen. Yemeni forces now send drones to hit their enemies. Hezbollah, the Hamas and Islamic Jihad group are at the helm of the Islamic Republic of Iran’s strategy by attacking the Zionist regime. The Jihad movement can take revenge on its Zionist regime by firing its missiles. These issues have made Washington itself not to open the front against Iran.”

Al-Araby al-Jadid also wrote in a part of its report, "In the end, if the United States strengthens its military power in the region with the intention of threatening Iran, the Arab countries will face two alternatives, one that will be even more bitter than the other one. If a general or limited tension is created, Arab countries will certainly be its ground, and if Iran and the US negotiate and reach an agreement, they will still not consider the interests of the Arab countries. Perhaps the destruction of oil ships in front of the port of al-Fujairah and Ansarullah's attack on Saudi oil facilities shows that those Arab officials who are looking for simmering tensions do not have a comprehensive and balanced view of the future of tension, and they do not know that if war begins, they will be firewood of a war who have waged.


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