Strategic Council Online: An international relations lecturer said Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and the United States are trying to reap their intended benefits out of the anti-government protests in Lebanon. “They seek to diminish the status and the role of the Resistance in the Lebanese power structure.”
Strategic Council Online: The Bahraini regime is now one of the weak links in opposition to Iranian regional policy in the Middle East and sees the best way to move closer to the Zionist regime to advance its anti-Iranian goals.
Davood Ahmadzadeh – Middle East Affairs Expert
Strategic Council Online: US discontent with Adel Abdul Mahdi’s foreign policy shift toward China and Russia and the issue of the Resistance are among the factors fueling the recent protests in Iraq.
Hadi Alami Fariman – Foreign Policy Expert
Strategic Council Online: Zionist regime officials’ outlook about Iraq stems from their positions vis-à-vis the countries of the Resistance. Therefore, in order to undermine the countries of the Resistance they seek to take actions at various political, military and economic levels against Iraq.
Jafar Ghanadbashi – Middle East Affairs Expert
Strategic Council Online: A regional affairs analyst pointing to the dimensions and implications of Operation “Victory from God” in Najran and Yemen’s increasing resistance power said the spontaneous improvement could cause a balance of terror and concern among the Saudis. These developments have made Saudi Arabia more inclined to seek a mutually agreed to solution.
Strategic Council Online: Former Iranian ambassador to Venezuela, referring to the country’s rich oil and natural resources, said Russia and China have great interests in Venezuela and if the current situation continues there, it could turn into a war between the major powers.