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Former Jordanian Minister: The Fall of Iran Regime Is Near


NCRI – The fall of the regime in Iran is very near, according to a Saudi Arabian daily ‘Asharq al-Awsat’ in an article written by Saleh al-Qolab, former Jordanian minister of culture.

“… Accelerating the fall of Iran regime which is exerting more pressure on the Iranian people than the people of the region, needs evicting this occupier regime from Iraq, Syria, Lebanon and Yemen. We must cooperate with the United States and other Western countries who consider Iran a supporter of terrorism.

“We have said time and again that to accelerate the mullahs’ crumbling all Iranian opposition forces must unite in a single front based on a preliminary agenda, all led by the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) as the backbone and main force of this movement.

“The only objective of all opposition organizations and groups must be overthrowing this reactionary and dictatorial regime that has maintained the great Iranian nation, with all their ethnicities and religious beliefs in disgusted caves of history. Establishing a secular, democratic and equal regime for all Iranians, despite their backgrounds, must be this opposition’s agenda.

“… Iran regime is currently involved in three devastating wars of Iraq, Syria and Yemen. The Rial, Iran’s currency, continues to fall, similar to the nosedive seen in the Soviet Union’s ruble,” he finalized.