Thursday, August 11, 2011

‘Party Of The Devil’ Spreads Its Tentacles

By Ahmed Al-Jarallah
The GCC states, including Kuwait, have expressed their opinions on the current situation in Syria. For the Kuwaitis, what is happening in Damascus is odd. Consequently the Iranian response came through the window of the so-called ‘Iraqi Hezbollah’ when they threatened to fire missiles at Kuwait if it pushes through with the construction of the Mubarak Al-Kabeer port.
The Iraqi group has conveyed a clear message, on behalf of the Iranians, not only to Kuwait but also the other Gulf Cooperation Council states. The port issue raised by the pro-Iran voices against Kuwait is crystal clear evidence of the Persian interference in the internal affairs of the Gulf states. This time it is trying to impede the construction of the port on Bubiyan Island, hoping that Tehran can make amends for its failures in Manama.
Meanwhile, Iran has been trying to divert international attention from the bloodbath on the streets of its ally — the Syrian regime. Once again the thugs, the Revolutionary Guards and the Hezbollah militias of Lebanon have failed to stamp their supremacy and suppress the revolution through murder and abuse of power in most Syrian cities.
The head of the snake in Tehran and its lackeys in some Arab countries do not know that Kuwait will neither bow to threats nor blackmail. The GCC states are determined to stand firm against all Iranian plots. Iran and its allies must understand that the noose is tightening around their necks because the world can no longer be cheated by slogans, empty promises and threats. All terrorist plots planned by evil minds in Tehran, Baghdad and the southern suburbs of Beirut and Damascus will only lead them towards a dead end.
We hear threats from Tehran and the top terrorist in Lebanon, Hassan Nasrallah, and their sectarian agents who have held Iraq hostage for the benefit of the ‘occupier’ Iran but all this will not scare Kuwait.
Kuwait is no longer what it was in the 1990s. It has changed a lot. Not only will the work on the Mubarak Al-Kabeer port continue, but so will all projects which have the approval of the government in areas adjacent to the border with Iraq. Kuwait will not give up any of its rights in connection with either the compensation of the attacks carried out by the Iranian militants in border areas of Iraq, or on any issue that may be raised. Kuwait’s sovereignty is not up for compromises.
The wheel of elimination of all rogue regimes and terrorist groups, which have held Islam hostage all over the world for several years, is moving forward. The end for the regimes in Syria and Iran is approaching and the downfall of their agents in Lebanon, Iraq and Yemen and all over the Arab and Muslim world is imminent. When we hear threats, we are cautious because we know the loser is on an adventure trail. Nevertheless, we are increasingly feeling reassured that their end is coming sooner than later.
-This commentary was published in The Arab Times on 11/08/2011
-Ahmed Al-Jarallah is the editor-in-chief of The Arab Times and the Kuwaiti daily Assyassah

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