Under pressure, Iran is only growing stronger

The pressure of the US and Israel leads to a gradual restoration of the positions of conservative politicians in Iran, and Europe and international structures do not convince the threats and blackmail of Washington and Tel Aviv.

Iran is preparing for a long-term program of mutually complementary comprehensive measures to confront both direct attempts to kindle “spontaneous riots” and attempts to bring an element of undermining the integrity and stability of Iranian society from outside the country.

After June 5, there is no doubt that the enemies of the Islamic Republic will resort to combining their subversive operations with external pressure.

On this day, speaking to the media, Israeli intelligence minister Israel Katz said that Iran once used “an uncontrolled scheme of enrichment with the possibility of arming the country with nuclear weapons.”

“The allies will need to make a statement against the Islamic Republic if the Iranians do not surrender now and try to return,” he said, adding that this statement would threaten the Iranians with the fact that “a military coalition will be formed against them.” There must be a clear statement by the US president and the entire Western coalition if Iran returns to enriching “military uranium,” the Israeli minister said. “The Arabs and Israel will certainly also be there,” he added.

Thus, Tel Aviv intends to force to enter the new anti-Iranian coalition of all NATO members, that is, Turkey, not to mention the puppet monarchies of the Persian Gulf, from which only Qatar yet does not agree to a new confrontation with Tehran, and Oman has always abstained from direct anti-Iranian actions.

Statements by the Israeli Minister of Intelligence appeared when Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu went on a tour of Europe to convince the European leaders to follow the US and disrupt the nuclear deal with Iran. This happens when Iran is currently negotiating with other parties that have signed an agreement on the future of the deal. Tehran said that it would remain within the framework of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), if Europeans give guarantees that a deal without the US will continue to protect Iranian interests.

On the other hand, Katz’s statements came after Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei appealed to hundreds of thousands of Iranians gathered in the mausoleum of Emom Khomeini from all over the country to attend the ceremony on the occasion of the 29th anniversary of the death of the founding father of the Islamic Republic. The ceremony was attended by hundreds of foreign guests, including scientists and researchers. More than 300 foreign correspondents took part in the event. Addressing the participants of the event, he compared Imam Khomeini with the first Shiite Imam Ali and said:

“Imam Khomeini never trusted his enemies and believed that if you act for God’s sake, you can never lose anything. We must act in accordance with the heritage of Imam Khomeini. ”

Speaking about the achievements of the Islamic Republic, its leader noted: “Enemies will never stop the progress of the Iranian nation.” Speaking about the US withdrawal from the JCPOA nuclear agreement and the efforts made by the enemies to exert pressure on Iran, the Iranian leader added that the enemy’s measures against the Islamic Republic show how much he is desperately opposed to Iran, and this is not a sign of the enemy’s strength. He also said: “The Iranian Atomic Energy Organization should prepare for upgrading its processing facilities to 190,000 SWUs in accordance with the nuclear deal (JCPOA).”

Following the speech of the ayatollah, the representative of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (IAEA), Behrouz Kamalvandi, said that Iran sent a letter to the IAEA in order to inform the organization that it will start the production of new centrifuges. “In the letter of the IAEA we informed that we intend to strengthen the necessary capacities for the production of centrifuges uf4 and uf6 and to take preliminary steps to manufacture and assemble the plant for the production of centrifugal rotors,” he said.

On the same day, the head of the AEOI Ali, Ali Akbar Salehi, said that Iran will start the production of new centrifuges in Natanz from June 6, following the leader’s directives. “We can not abide by the JCPOA and at the same time bear the main responsibility for US sanctions,” he said, rejecting any opportunity to accept the “distorted form” of JCPOA.

Such staunchness is possible only if the authorities and the supreme clergy of Iran are 100% sure that the overwhelming majority of the population of the country unequivocally support the continuation and strengthening of the current foreign policy, no matter how difficult the internal problems of the Islamic Republic of Iran are. Both the authorities and the clergy are absolutely sure that the people understand: these internal difficulties are the result of precisely the frenzied anti-Iranian course of the West (EU, NATO, etc.) led by the United States and Israel.

Many student organizations of Iran in May began collecting signatures in favor of the renewal of uranium enrichment in the country in response to the well-known statements of Donald Trump and the announcement of new anti-Iran sanctions. May 29 a direct meeting took place; Khamenei met with students of universities and representatives of student unions. “In the revolutionary forces after the Islamic Revolution there was a false assumption that the revolution will last until the establishment of the Institution, and after achieving this goal the revolution will be completed. But each revolution consists of five stages: the first stage of each revolution is a victory. The second stage is the realization of values ​​and ideals through the revolutionary government, and then – the realization of values ​​in a revolutionary society; and finally, the last stage – the formation of an Islamic or revolutionary civilization. “The leader of the Islamic Republic added that these ideals will not be realized in the short term, and the revolution must continue until such ideals are realized. Ayatollah Khamenei described “national stability”, “political, economic and cultural independence and freedom”, including “freedom of thought, speech and practice,” as some of the ideals of an Islamic institution. What is interesting and, incidentally, useful for many countries and peoples – Ayatollah Khamenei further stressed that domestic problems did not arise because of the United States and Britain, but external factors are “to blame for most of the country’s problems”: “Although many of these problems have internal causes, the enemies use them to satisfy their politicians Sgiach interests. ” Here is an open conversation – say, between the highest official and spiritual person of Iran and the Iranian student youth, to which they continue to build their calculations for the internal “spontaneous street-area riot” specialists on subversive operations.

As a result, on June 8, about 900 (!) Iranian cities have witnessed popular rallies in support of the defenseless Palestinian population of Gaza. Millions of Iranians from all walks of life took to the streets of cities across the country to demonstrate their full and unchanged support to the oppressed Palestinian people in the fight against Israeli occupation and aggression, especially in the recent massacre of Palestinians in Gaza. Whence such activity and readiness to respond to calls of the authorities, clergy and public figures to furiously hold the International Day of Cods (ie Jerusalem), if, as the Israelis and a number of Western media continue to claim in their “prophecies,” and Ayatollah Khamenei “must soon die” , and the “mullah regime will soon fall”?

The International Day of the Al-Quds is an annual event dedicated to the opposition of Israel’s occupation of Beit ul-Mukaddas (the Holy House). Quds is arabic word for Jerusalem.

Anti-Zionist rallies and demonstrations take place on the last Friday of Ramadan in Muslim countries around the world, especially in Iran, as well as in a large number of non-Muslim states. This date was established by the late founder of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini in 1979, as a way of expressing solidarity with the Palestinians and in order to emphasize the importance of the Holy Quds to the Muslims of the world. In Tehran, the demonstrators gathered at the Tehran University, on the spot of Friday prayers – the citadel of Iranian student activity. We sum up: 1) reports of new manifestations of “civil disobedience” in Iran are not confirmed; 2) the pressure of the US and Israel leads to a gradual restoration of the positions of conservative politicians in Iran; 3) Europe and international structures do not convince the threats and blackmail of Washington and Tel Aviv; 4) within the United States there are growing trends not to indulge the Trump administration in its anti-Iranian intoxication; 5) initiatives of Iranian students and mass actions on the Day of Quds confirm both the connection of power with the people and the readiness of the young generation of Iran not to deviate from the ideology of the Islamic revolution.