Iran's high level unit advisers in Lebanon and Syria: Iran's mission of assistance or deception?

Iran's high level unit advisers in Lebanon and Syria: Iran's mission of assistance or deception?

Tehrān : Iran | Sep 17, 2012 at 2:24 AM PDT
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Iran's high level unit advisers in Lebanon and Syria: Iran's mission of assistance or deception?



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Gen. Mohammad Ali Jafari disclosed last Sunday the presence in Lebanon and Syria of advisers from the high level unit of the elite Iranian Revolutionary Guards. This unit is identified as the Quds Force. He admitted that members of the Quds Force have been in the two countries for a long time. The situations in both countries prompted Iran to install them there.

This invites undue suspicions that Iran indeed, has established alliances with Syria’s Assad and Lebanon’s Hezbollah. The disclosure confirmed that Iran has extended the “axis of evil” with the two Middle East nations. Nevertheless, presence of advisers does not mean Iranian military assistance in the event of outside nation attack on Syria will happen, Jafari said.

The element of deception is very apparent on that regard. It is very clear that the Quds Force members are military advisers. Iran did not send them there as civilian advisers. What reasons they were sent to Lebanon and Syria if not for military?

No matter how much lies and deceptions Iran uses to cover up the considerations of sending Quds Force to Lebanon and Syria, the Free World will not believe. It is very deducible that those advisers were sent to the two countries to prepare and train their military organizations in dealing with foreign interventions.

Syria and Lebanon harbor anti American hatreds and sentiments and it is very clear that Iran sent its advisers thereat to boost its oppositions against President Barack Obama and the United States of America in general.

In other words, Iran wages war against the United States through its advisers in Lebanon and Syria.


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