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 In response to Trump’s decision, the Doha and Erdogan gangs in the Revolutionary Guard trench

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While the mullahs of Iran are working to penetrate the Arab region to sabotage their states and government systems through many ways; the Qatari regime came out of the Arab ranks, describing Iran as the “honorable state”, and Ankara completed the Qatari Foreign Minister and his Turkish counterpart, praising the Iranian state, “Different”.

 

There are several questions raised by some about the nature of Iran-Turkey-Qatar relations. The officials of these countries come out to praise some of them and send threats to neighboring countries by saying that their strategic security is the same.

 

The Turkish-Iranian praise came in tandem with their criticism of US President Donald Trump’s classification of the Revolutionary Guard as a foreign terrorist organization, in an unprecedented step.

 

Turkey and Qatar criticized the American action, saying that the resolution does not address the problems, and is unilateral, ignoring the policy pursued by the mullahs of Iran in the Arab region to spread its subversive agenda and support for armed militias through exercises and weapons.

 

The Turkish and Qatari regimes have claimed that Iran has its regional and geographical position, which requires that we view them as different, whether we agree with them or disagree. We in Qatar and Turkey believe that dialogue is the best solution in such matters, and such decisions will lead to unrest in our region.

 

These consistent statements between Qatar and Turkey put them in the trench of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard and its arms, which wreak havoc in Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Lebanon and other countries in the region.

It is estimated that the Revolutionary Guard includes 125 thousand personnel and includes military, naval and air units, and also leads the (Basij), a paramilitary volunteer forces and control of Iranian missile programs.

 

The Revolutionary Guard Corps, known as the Quds Force, is fighting Iran’s proxy wars in the region, mainly supporting Huthis in Yemen with weapons, equipment and money

While the mullahs of Iran are working to penetrate the Arab region to sabotage their states and government systems through many ways; the Qatari regime came out of the Arab ranks, describing Iran as the “honorable state”, and Ankara completed the Qatari Foreign Minister and his Turkish counterpart, praising the Iranian state, “Different”.

 

There are several questions raised by some about the nature of Iran-Turkey-Qatar relations. The officials of these countries come out to praise some of them and send threats to neighboring countries by saying that their strategic security is the same.

 

The Turkish-Iranian praise came in tandem with their criticism of US President Donald Trump’s classification of the Revolutionary Guard as a foreign terrorist organization, in an unprecedented step.

 

Turkey and Qatar criticized the American action, saying that the resolution does not address the problems, and is unilateral, ignoring the policy pursued by the mullahs of Iran in the Arab region to spread its subversive agenda and support for armed militias through exercises and weapons.

 

The Turkish and Qatari regimes have claimed that Iran has its regional and geographical position, which requires that we view them as different, whether we agree with them or disagree. We in Qatar and Turkey believe that dialogue is the best solution in such matters, and such decisions will lead to unrest in our region.

 

These consistent statements between Qatar and Turkey put them in the trench of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard and its arms, which wreak havoc in Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Lebanon and other countries in the region.

It is estimated that the Revolutionary Guard includes 125 thousand personnel and includes military, naval and air units, and also leads the (Basij), a paramilitary volunteer forces and control of Iranian missile programs.

 

The Revolutionary Guard Corps, known as the Quds Force, is fighting Iran’s proxy wars in the region, mainly supporting Huthis in Yemen with weapons, equipment and money

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