Arabs: Why Is the EU Mourning This Iranian Scientist?
by Khaled Abu Toameh
December 4, 2020
While the European Union has condemned the killing of Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, widely regarded as the father of Iran’s modern nuclear program, many Arabs and Muslims expressed relief over the assassination. By condemning the killing of Fakhrizadeh, the EU has found itself on the side of Palestinian terror groups such as the Iran-backed Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad. These factions, together with Lebanon’s Hezbollah terror group, another Iran proxy, and the Muslim Brotherhood, have also voiced outrage over the killing of the scientist. Iran’s proxies are upset , apparently, because they view the killing of the scientist as an obstacle to achieving Tehran’s goal of eliminating the “Zionist entity.” READ MORE
ALGEMEINER Make No Mistake, Iran Is a Nazi Regime The regime that rules Iran has been described as many things: “Islamic republic,” “Islamist dictatorship,” “the mullahs’ regime,” and so on. All of these terms make the same mistake: they assume the Iranian regime is something new. The problem is that this simply isn’t true. The Iranian regime is something we have very much seen before. Put simply, Iran is a Nazi regime.