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China’s success in reconciling Saudi Arabia and Iran huge blow to US hegemony

Reconciliation opens the path for Saudi Arabia and Iran to join BRICS.

Ahmed Adel, Cairo-based geopolitics and political economy researcher

After agreeing with Saudi Arabia in December to buy its oil for Chinese yuan instead of just US dollars, while at the same time Russia is successfully cooperating with Saudi Arabia and Iran in the oil sector, Beijing is helping a historic reconciliation between the two major Muslim countries.Chinese efforts are all the more impressive when consideringthe persistent efforts of the US to cause conflict between thetwo countries instead of reconciliation.

It is hoped that reconciliation will lead to a huge blow to the hegemony of the US dollar. In Beijing on March 17, followingnegotiations in Iraq and Oman during the previous two years, China, Iran, and Saudi Arabia announced an agreement which includes the restoration of diplomatic relations, a confirmation of respect for the sovereignty of states and non-interference in their internal affairs, and agreements on security, economy, trade, investment, science and culture.

In short, with the mediation of China, the two regional powers, often framed as having a Sunni-Shi’a rivalry, made it official that they are embarking on a new path of improving relations instead of further spoiling them for the sake of serving Western interests that are contrary to the interests of the Islamic World. 

Therefore, it is quite clear who the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs had in mind when it announced that overcoming differences between Iran and Saudi Arabia will have a “beneficial effect on freeing the countries of the region from external interference” – evidently this is in reference to the US. As Beijing highlighted, these two countries have now “taken their own destiny into their own hands,” adding that their agreement “corresponds to epochal development trends.”

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, who was recently in Moscow and confirmed that Russia-China relations are reaching new frontiers in building a multipolar world,emphasised that the agreement between Riyadh and Tehran represents “a victory for dialogue and peace.”

In a China Global Television Network (CGTN) article published on March 13 and titled: “Why Iran and Saudi Arabia trust China?”, the author highlights that “dialogue between Tehran and Riyadh has unfolded as negotiations took place in Iraq, where the two countries reached an important consensus. Meanwhile, the main regional

allies of Iran and Saudi Arabia, such as the United Arab Emirates and Kuwait, have restored diplomatic relations in 2022. Hence, the resumption of diplomatic relations between Iran and Saudi Arabia also is only a matter of time.”

The author’s belief in the resumption of diplomatic relations proved to be true only days after the article’s publication. The resumption signifies that a new era has dawned in the Middle East, and even more broadly when we consider the effects this could have on the hegemony of the US dollar. 

The US has been the dominant force in the Middle East since the end of British and French colonialism in the 1940’s. The region has been in a constant state of war since then, with the US now maintaining 30 military bases in the Middle East – five of them in Saudi Arabia.

For the US that relies on its global network of military bases to maintain hegemony, Beijing is showing non-Western countries how a multipolar world can function with great power diplomacy based on agreements and reconciliation, and not rooted in the idea that “might is right,” like Washington adopts.

It is noted that the day before the reconciliation in Beijing, the head of Saudi diplomacy, Prince Faisal bin Farhan al Saud, visited Moscow unannounced. And a week earlier, on March 6, Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke by phone with his Iranian counterpart Ebrahim Raisi, who visited Beijing in mid-February. After that, Wang Yi was in Moscow. This suggests that although China was the main broker of peace between Saudi Arabia and Iran, Russia certainly played a role in reconciliation efforts. 

Russia, Iran, and Saudi Arabia are three leading oil and gas producers and are accelerating their search for payment mechanisms to bypass the US dollar. China, for their part, is already discussing such arrangements with Saudi Arabia and Iran. 

The decline of the US dollar as a world currency will weakenthe American economy and military power. This in turn willcripple the US’ ability to wage perpetual wars abroad and impose its global hegemony.

Just as importantly, reconciliation between Saudi Arabia and Iran can be seen as a precursor to eventually joining BRICS in the near future. It is recalled that BRICS plans to decide this year whether to admit new members and under what conditions. 

Although BRICS collectively accounts for 42% of the world’s population and 24% of the world’s gross domestic product (GDP), they collectively hold less than 15% of voting rights in both the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, which are Western dominated. By admitting Saudi Arabia and Iran, BRICS’s global status will be elevated even higher as a symbol of not only peace and reconciliation, but also a path to prosperity independent of Western domination. 

EU prepares new sanctions against Russia and Iran while both countries advance military cooperation

Although new European sanctions may bring some damage, especially to Iran, they could also backfire as the previous ones have and may end up boosting Eurasian integration.

Uriel Araujo, researcher with a focus on international and ethnic conflicts

Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission, on February 15, called on EU member states to adopt yet another sanctions package (the 10th one) against Russia, this time also  including Iranian companies. The new sanctions are expected to be officially announced on February 24, the one-year anniversary of Russia’s military campaign in Ukraine, and are estimated to be worth about 11.8 billion euros in trade flows. They will require unanimous approval of all EU state members, and, if approved, will target yet another four Russian banks, as well as imports from the Russian Federation and exports to that country, including heavy vehicles.

These sanctions also include a trade ban and a technology export control package which restricts several electronic components employed in Russian armed systems, such as helicopters, drones, and missiles. They are said to be, as a whole, the heaviest one ever imposed by Europe against Moscow.

Furthermore, according to von der Leyden, this is the first time the European bloc proposes to sanction Iranian bodies and entities such as the ones linked to the Iranian Revolutionary Guards. In addition to that, European authorities in Brussels are discussing a fifth wave of sanctions against Iran pertaining to the issue of human rights, and they will include assets-freezing and visa-banning blacklists. Israeli diplomats have been pressuring for further sanctioning of Iran.

The stated goal of these measures is to make it more difficult for Russia to finance its military efforts and to build new arms.

The many sanctions so far enforced have failed to deter Moscow, which has in fact intensified its campaign – even Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg has admitted that Kiev is losing. According to Henry Foy, Financial Times European correspondent, a year of conflict has left the armories of Europe dry.  

As for Iran, its currency did fall to its lowest against the US dollar on January 21, and the country is struggling with internal problems and high inflation.

Regarding Russia, however, it is widely understood today that the sanctions thus far have backfired, and actually played a significant part in both the British and the European current energy crises. This situation has served US interests quite well, while American arms manufacturers have been profiting from perpetuating the current conflict. Europe today is facing deindustrialization (drivenby high energy costs) while its own American ally threatens the continent with a subsidy war, which is wonderful to American companies, but could be fatal for European industry.

Moreover, the sanctions and their impact have also brought about a number of unintended consequences: for example, the global rise in commodity prices has been largely  perceived as a result of Western sanction policies, and this has forced the global south to look for parallel mechanisms and alternatives. Furthermore,  international trade has been reconfigured in such a manner that may actually pave the way for new political and diplomatic opportunities, as I have written before: in the post-sanctions world, Moscow has managed to redirect much of its trade to neighboring nations, and that can in fact boost Eurasian integration; in today’s world, insulating local industries from geopolitical disputes is increasingly difficult.

Right now, the geopolitical shifts caused by the new cold war and the crisis in Ukraine has brought Russia and Iran much closer. Both countries are strengthening their military ties and Tehran plans to purchase Russia’s  Sukhoi Su-35 advanced fighter jet, as announced by Brigadier General Hamid Vahedi, Islamic Republic of Iran Air Force’s commander. This is a significant development in itself: so far, China remains the only nation to have boughtthose from Russia. Such a purchase would have the potential to change the current regional balance of air power in the Persian Gulf.

These developments are part of an even larger process: in September 2021 I wrote on how Iran’s admission into the Shanghai Cooperation Organization’s (SCO) as a permanent member was the realization of a greater Eurasian concept. Iran, as well as other SCO members, has an immediate and long-term concern over Afghanistan and Central Asian stability, for instance. Moreover, the North-South Transit Corridor, once again under the spotlight, can become a new promising route and even an alternative to the Suez Canal. In defiance of sanctions, the Persian nation, with Russian help, can once again become a regional transit hub, as it always was historically

Interestingly, the US State Department has signaled that the Iran nuclear deal, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), is not necessarily dead – for instance, on February 10, Washington officially notified the US Congress that it would renew a six-month suspension of American sanctions targeting Chinese, Russian other foreign support to the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program. Such was one of the main requirements of the JCPOA.

The truth is that the global landscape has now changed, both economically and politically, and Russia needs to develop new supply chains. Iran plays a large part in this and both countries have an interest in working together to counter Western endeavors to isolate them economically. Although the new European sanctions may bring some damage, especially to Iran, they could also backfire as the previous ones have and may end up boosting Eurasian integration.

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America’s new National Security Strategy envisions greater role for its vassals

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Drago Bosnic, independent geopolitical and military analyst

The US government periodically drafts and issues a document called the National Security Strategy (NSS). The paper lists the national security concerns the country is faced with and maps out the course of action for the incumbent administration to deal with the said issues. Apart from the usual identification of major (Russia, China) and lesser adversaries (North Korea, Iran), the paper deals with other key issues such as US nuclear posturing and the greater integration between the belligerent thalassocracy and its regional allies and vassals.

According to CSIS (Center for Strategic and International Studies), a well-known think tank based in Washington DC, the NSS also provides more details about future plans than most of the Quadrennial Defense Reviews and other National Defense Strategy documents the US government has issued over the last two decades.

The new NSS (officially unclassified in late October) includes some broad sections on future priorities and force planning that provide a strategic perspective on how the US is seeking to shape and improve its military capabilities. It’s also more similar to the NSS review under the Trump administration, which identified major countries as the main security challenges. The main difference is that Donald Trump’s approach was more isolationist and focused on economic warfare, while the Biden administration shows more belligerence and a tendency to relegate much of its power projection to allies and vassals such as Israel, the UK, Australia, the European Union (particularly Germany and Poland), Japan, South Korea, etc.

There are three basic geopolitical frameworks in the new document. Firstly, the US is clearly defined as a “great power with global interests”. This can be considered a continuation of Obama’s definition of the US as an “indispensable nation”, a highly controversial claim that essentially erased the line between the US domestic and foreign policy, resulting in a series of undeclared wars due to the imposition of America’s internal laws on dozens of sovereign countries (particularly in the Middle East). This approach, while previously extremely aggressive towards smaller countries, is now effectively being expanded not only to major regional powers but global ones, too. This will be the most important prerequisite for the establishment of global US hegemony.

Just how dangerous this new strategy is can already be seen in the tragic events in Ukraine and the escalating tensions in China’s breakaway island province of Taiwan. While the US essentially turned Ukraine into an extension of itself (as opposed to a simple proxy), as evidenced by the massive amounts of weapons and other resources the belligerent thalassocracy is providing to its Kiev puppets, the deteriorating domestic situation is getting even worse and the Biden administration shows little interest in prioritizing it. This further proves the point that the line between domestic and foreign policy in the US is effectively gone at this point.

The second position taken in the NSS identifies the division of all world countries into so-called “free, democratic states” and “autocracies”. The latter are then divided into so-called “lesser (regional) autocratic states” (Iran and North Korea), and “major (global) autocracies” (Russia and China). Interestingly, while Russia is defined as “not able to change the world order, although it can cause regional instability”, the US sees China as “possessing the strength and capabilities to change the current balance of power in the world.” This distinction between Moscow and Beijing might not refer to strategic military power, but it does focus on the ideological and economic aspect of geopolitical rivalry, which is more pronounced in the case of China.

The third position focuses on the new US attitude towards globalization. According to this revised approach, Russia and China have “benefited greatly from the process of globalization,” which supposedly shows “the need for the existing model of globalization to be changed.” This primarily refers to the introduction of various restrictions on free trade and access to modern technologies with the aim of hampering the development of both Russia and China. The end goal in this case is to derail both (Eur)Asian giants and their technological and economic strategies. This approach clearly represents a large degree of continuity between the Trump and Biden administrations. The former effectively tried to use globalization as a tool of American national interests and blackmail countries into submission through various sanctions and restrictions.

The final and most important points in the new NSS refer to the change in the US approach towards the so-called “containment” of its geopolitical rivals. Ever since the end of the (First) Cold War, the US directly engaged virtually all of its adversaries, while the strategic level of rivalry was kept dormant. However, with Russia’s return and China’s rise, as well as the expanding power of various regional players, the US is now pushing its allies and vassals into the spotlight.

In the Middle East, this is evidenced by an even greater rivalry between Israel and Iran (which will inevitably include most other Middle Eastern countries). In Europe, in addition to the Kiev regime, Berlin is being pushed towards greater militarization, with the clear goal of “containing” Russia. In Asia, the same is true for South Korea and particularly Japan, which is undergoing an unprecedented (re)militarization program.

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Iran arrests agents linked to British intelligence

Lucas Leiroz, researcher in Social Sciences at the Rural Federal University of Rio de Janeiro; geopolitical consultant.

Since the beginning of the mass protests in Iran, many suspicions have arisen that this could be another attempt of color revolution. In fact, the existence of foreign agents interested in promoting a regime change operation in the country seems increasingly clear. Recently, Iranian authorities arrested subversive agents linked to British intelligence. The case shows once again that the demonstrations are not really focused on guaranteeing women’s rights, but on attacking the West’s geopolitical enemies.

Members of the Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) announced on December 25th the arrest of seven leaders of a dissident group involved in the protests that have hit the country in recent months. According to the Guard authorities the criminals were involved with British intelligence agencies, and supposedly interested in destabilizing the Iranian political situation, making a regime change operation possible.

Although the arrest has happened now, when the suspects were finally identified and located, the investigation about the dissident group they were part of is old. The organization is called “Zagros” and would be, according to Iranian intelligence, creating a wide network of “counterrevolutionary elements” inside and outside Iran – receiving support from the British in order to foment social chaos in the Persian country. The seven leaders were found in Kerman province, where they were in constant contact with foreign agents. According to the Iranian police, the British agents have also been identified.

“An organized group called Zagros, which was led by agents from the UK and created a team of active counterrevolutionary elements inside and outside the country to lead subversive activities, especially during recent protests, has been identified as a result of a successful operation”, the Guard’s spokespeople informed Iranian media in a statement.

As well known, Iran has been the target of a drastic mutiny since September. Apparently, the reason for the start of the protests would be the alleged “murder” of Masha Amini, a 22-year-old woman who died when she was in the custody of the Iranian police after being detained for breaking some Islamic moral norms.

Iranian authorities have denied any involvement in Amini’s death, stating that the woman died of natural causes while in custody. In fact, images taken by prison cameras show that Amini was fine, healthy and without any injuries until minutes before she died, which contradicts the Western narrative that she was tortured and beaten to death.

However, even so, mass protests erupted across the country, leading to utter chaos. Quickly, the demonstrations ceased to be peaceful, and the protesters adopted extremely violent methods, resorting to acts of vandalism, sacrilege and beatings. Mosques were destroyed, religious leaders attacked, and government facilities vandalized. Later, the violence escalated to the open use of firearms by the protesters, who murdered several police officers in the streets of the country. Between late October and early November there were also two terrorist attacks, with attackers bombing civilian and military facilities.

The government implemented some counterterrorism measures to neutralize the rebellion. Several protesters were arrested, and investigations gradually progressed to find possible signs of connections between the protesters and foreign groups. Since the beginning of the unrest, the Iranian authorities made it clear that they suspected the existence of an intelligence operation to incite chaos and start a color revolution. The suspicions were corroborated by several geopolitical experts around the world. Now, with the arrest of these Iranian agents at the service of British intelligence, the veracity of suspicions of foreign involvement is even more evident.

Indeed, Iran, regardless of any criticisms that may be made about the local government, is a revolutionary regime safeguarded by broad popular support. Even during the recent demonstrations, there was a great movement of response from the masses supporting the Shia theocracy, who also took to the streets to fight the dissidents. Also, despite maintaining strict moral rules in respect of the traditional Islamic religion, the country has a progressive stance towards women, having high rates of female representation in universities and in high level jobs.

This makes it at least difficult to believe that protests of this magnitude could have developed “naturally” in the country, without incitement to riot by destabilizing groups. What is happening in Iran is something very similar to what happened in several emerging countries during the 2010s, when mass demonstrations evolved into armed clashes and civil wars, resulting in regime change attempts in enemy nations of the West.

But Iran has managed the situation well and seems to have avoided the possibility of a civil war.

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Kiev regime accuses Western companies of delivering 75% of components for Iranian drones

Drago Bosnic, independent geopolitical and military analyst

Despite widespread support coming from the political West, the Kiev regime never seems to be happy, no matter how much money, resources or other forms of support it is set to receive. The latest claim that the Neo-Nazi junta is making is that at least 75% of the Iranian drones’ components are made in the United States, European Union, Japan, and other vassals/satellite states of the political West. According to the Kiev regime sources, the parts that were identified by the Neo-Nazi junta’s military intelligence were allegedly produced by Western companies. The regime claims that the findings were supposedly verified by the Kiev-based Independent Anti-Corruption Commission (NAKO), Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reported.

Allegedly, Western-made components include guidance systems, engines and parts of the control surfaces used to steer the drones. NAKO claims the information was acquired by examining several downed Shahed-136 loitering munitions (known as “Geranium 2” in Russian service), as well as at least one Mohajer-6 drone that was supposedly “hacked mid-flight and landed intact.” The report states that the identified components include Japanese-made servomotors, manufactured by Tonegawa-Seiko Co. and German- and US-made electronics developed by Munich-based Infineon Technologies AG and Arizona-based Microchip Technology Inc. Both companies are considered some of the leading microchip manufacturers. Other components also include telescopic infrared lenses that are reportedly identical to Israeli ones made by the Jerusalem-based Ophir Optronics Solutions Ltd.

According to the report, the majority of the aforementioned components are not under sanctions or export controls and can be acquired online. The WSJ claims that officials in the US Military Industrial Complex are saying that, following the Kiev regime’s accusations, the US Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security launched an investigation and is trying to determine how Western-made components ended up in Iranian drones. Reportedly, the Defense Ministry of Israel is also investigating the issue. NAKO made the allegations on the same day when Washington DC and Israel accused Tehran of being responsible for the attack on an Israeli-owned oil tanker off the coast of Oman.

For its part, Iran claims that the drones in question were delivered to Russia months before Moscow launched its counteroffensive against NATO’s crawling aggression in Eastern Europe. In early November, Tehran even scheduled a meeting with the Kiev regime military officials to review their claims regarding the drones, but the Neo-Nazi junta canceled it at the last minute, allegedly under pressure from the US and Germany. Soon after, during yet another pompous public address, the Kiev regime frontman Volodymyr Zelensky stated that “Iran must be punished” for selling weapons to Russia.

Security officials from the political West have “expressed concern” that Tehran’s rapidly expanding unmanned aircraft industry is a “greater immediate threat than the country’s nuclear program.” This also includes the Iranian drones’ possible export success. In October, Iranian Head Adviser for Military Affairs, Major General Rahim Safavi, stated that at least two dozen countries expressed interest in acquiring Iranian attack drones, reportedly including Armenia, Algeria, Serbia, Tajikistan and Venezuela. Major General Safavi also said that the Middle Eastern country currently produces approximately 80% of its defense equipment locally. According to Iranian sources, this also includes Iran’s own domestically-built hypersonic weapons.

Since September, numerous sources reported that Iran emerged as an important auxiliary arms supplier for Russia. The evidence that Iranian drones are being used by Russia is quite strong, although it’s unclear if Moscow acquired the UAVs directly from Tehran or if they’re being made domestically, under license. The deal reportedly includes the Shahed-136 loitering munitions, as well as higher-end drones, such as the Mohajer-6. Some reports indicate that it’s not unlikely top-end Iranian drones such as the Shahed-191 stealth unmanned combat aerial vehicle (UCAV) also might be used by the Russian military.

The extent of Moscow’s reliance on Iranian drones is still limited, albeit it has had tactically significant results. Still, determining their long-term impact on Russia’s special military operation in Ukraine is nearly impossible at this point. This is also in part because Russia is using a plethora of its own domestically-built armed drones and loitering munitions/kamikaze drones, particularly the deadly ZALA “Lancet”. On the other hand, the detrimental effect that Iranian-made drones have had on the Kiev regime forces is wholly undeniable.

The low-cost drones have dramatically depleted the Neo-Nazi junta’s air defenses. The situation on the ground suggests that the Kiev regime forces are virtually defenseless against Russian and Iranian drones. This is further reinforced by battlefield footage showing the Neo-Nazi junta troops desperately trying to shoot down these drones, including with small arms fire. All the while, their key military units and infrastructure are being targeted with impunity, as they have no ways to prevent drone strikes. This also explains why the Kiev regime is so desperate to accuse Iran and others of its failures (one of many).

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New Russian General “Armageddon” Surovikin Intends to Level all of Ukraine with “Shock and Awe” Air Campaign

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My video along with all of the links will be provided below. First up is the main story from warnews247.

Iran’s involvement in the Ukraine war is dangerously deepening as in the context of the new generalized attack prepared by Russian General S.Surovikin, he is preparing to send Fateh-110, Zolfaghar ballistic missiles as well as the most modern Arash-2 kamikaze drones.

All three Iranian weapons will multiply the strike capabilities of the Russian Army. It is now clear that the new Commander of the Russian forces in Ukraine, General S.Surovikin, wants to pulverize the Ukrainian Armed Forces and the infrastructure of Ukraine in order to reduce the risk for the ground forces.

It is hard to imagine what will be left of this Ukraine that does not have a decent anti-aircraft defense. With successive barrages of ballistic missiles, Russian and Iranian, such as Iskander, Fateh-110 and Zolfaghar combined with cruise missiles and Swarms of kamikaze drones Arash-2, Shahed-136, Russian Lancets change the whole course of the war.

The bad thing for Ukraine is that Iran’s ballistic missiles such as Fateh-110 and Zolfaghar have already been used in Syria and Iraq and have proven their reliability. They are extremely accurate with a range of up to 700 km, 200 more than the Russian Iskander!

But the attempt to flatten Ukraine by Russia and Iran sends a very clear message to the West and Israel, and here a serious problem arises for the Jewish state.

If Iran has such a large arsenal that enables it to supply Russia in huge quantities, some sources speak of 2-3,000 drones, then Israel should review the size of Tehran and Hezbollah’s arsenal!

In addition to this, Iran’s new arms deliveries to Russia will increase US and Western pressure on Israel to get involved militarily in Ukraine against Russia. Something like this will bring involvement and escalation in Syria and the Middle East as well.

And this without counting the compensation that Iran will get such as Su-35 and Su-57…

Undoubtedly, the conflict in Ukraine is globalizing to a dangerous degree. The Arash-2s were created specifically to hit targets in Israel. Therefore, their use in Ukraine is a rehearsal for the Middle East.

An Iranian analyst, speaking about Iran-Russia cooperation, emphasized that “Soon Zelensky will have to speak Farsi!”

“Military cooperation between Iran and Russia is not connected to the war in Ukraine, it just entered a new phase a long time ago.

The weapons that Russia bought from Iran are not limited to drones and include other weapons as well.

After all, this road is not a one-way road!”.

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Israeli Military Deployed to border of Azerbaijan and Iran

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The Israeli military is located a few kilometers from the border with Iran.

The presence of the Israeli military has been recorded on the border with Iran for the past few months. The latter were discovered after the interception of conversations on the VHF band. Moreover, the Israeli military is suppressing the Iranian fleet and a number of military bases located near the border with Iran with the help of powerful electronic warfare systems. Information on this subject is provided by the Iranian journalist Khayal Muazzin.

As follows from the data presented, over the past few months, the Israeli military, using electronic warfare, has been jamming GPS signals in Iran and conducting electronic warfare against Iranian warships in the waters of the Caspian Sea. Moreover, thanks to the interception of communications, it was established that we are talking about the Israeli military. This, against the background of several flights of Israeli military aircraft to Azerbaijan, indicates that Azerbaijan is actively contributing to the presence of the IDF in close proximity to the borders of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

“For almost a month now, the GPS of Iranian ships in the Caspian Sea, passing near the coastal strip of the Republic of Azerbaijan, has been violated. On the VHF bands, there were several times people who spoke Hebrew , ”reports Iranian journalist Khayal Muazzin.

In all likelihood, it is precisely with this fact that the direct presence of Iranian troops on the border with Azerbaijan is connected, since earlier information has repeatedly appeared that Israeli attack drones and fighter jets may be located on the territory of Azerbaijan, preparing to strike at the Islamic Republic.

Thousands of Troops Deployed London: https://halturnerradioshow.com/index.php/en/news-page/world/bulletin-thousands-of-soldiers-deploying-on-streets-of-london

80KM Chinese Column: https://halturnerradioshow.com/index.php/en/news-page/world/something-going-on-in-china-military-convoy-80km-long-headed-to-beijing

US Navy Drones: https://warnews247.gr/thalassia-drones-ton-ipa-sta-cheria-roson-tha-ktypousan-tin-vasi-tou-rosikou-stolou-amerikanos-axiomatouchos-i-oukrania-echei-sovaro-provlima-me-ta-iranika-uav/

Iran: https://www.foxnews.com/world/protestors-clash-revolutionary-guard-northern-iran-torch-irgc-base-reports

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WW3 is Expanding Rapidly to Include Iran, Armenia, Turkey, Azerbaijan, Greece, Georgia, NATO…

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Armenia Invokes Article 4 of CTSO

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US Green Lights Attack on Iran and Putin adds 140,000 to Russian Army

A rapid escalation is coming on the Middle East front as processes are taking place to change Israel’s strategy against Iran. According to authoritative sources, Israel has entered the final stage of its preparations for a strike against Iran.

Before the attack, we will see an increase in military strikes in Syria, Iraq, and Lebanon against Shiite pro-Iranian forces.

Saudi media reports that Israeli F-35s recently entered Iranian airspace while Israeli submarines entered Iranian territorial waters. Also keep in mind that US and Iranian militias are exchanging fire in Syria as I’m typing this post.

The president of Russia, Vladimir Putin, with a surprise decree increased the size of the country’s armed forces by 137,000 soldiers.

We reported that Putin was rushed to the Kremlin late last night. This is the first decision regarding the war in Ukraine. Possibly it also concerns other fronts that will open in the long run, for example in Transnistria, Georgia.

This increase means that the size of the Russian armed forces will go from 1.9 to 2.04 million people, something that was deemed necessary because of the risks that the country faces in the Baltic and other regions with the entry of Finland and Sweden into NATO.

Then there’s been a troop deployment order given to Army Ranger troops at Fort Campbell KY and it says they’re going to Kiev ASAP. All of that and more are in today’s video report. Sources are below as well.

Bitchute Version of Today’s video

Green Light for Israel

Putin’s order

Fort Campbell Call ups

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