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According to most analysts, American Neocons who were the driving force behind the Iraqi invasion and had prepared grounds for it for a decade could not reach their objectives in West Asia. Parts of the book “Neoconservatism and America’s Unilateral Policy” published by the Islamic Revolution Documents Center attends to the failure of the US in West Asia, a summary of which follows.
Imam Khomeini used to swiftly reject the idea of any sort of reform and would resolutely fight any sort of advantage given by the Pahlavi regime. He dismissed as unacceptable Mohammad Reza Shah’s repentance, saying it was like Pharaoh’s repentance. We also rejected the idea of any transition government. He ridiculed the Shah’s initiative of free election and called it meaningless with the Shah on hand. He said the arrest of state leaders by Mohammad Reza was an amusing game. He said Sharif Emami’s national reconciliation government as well as the national government of Bakhtiar were tricks to stop the revolution. He would directly and strongly attack those who talked of accepting the constitution and would call it treason to Islam.
The US has special plans to fight the Islamic hegemony in West Asia. The book “Neo-conservatism and America’s Unilateral Policy” published by the Islamic Revolution Documents Center discusses the point: One of the major topics introduced as part of the United States new project following the Bush administration’s policy on the Middle East was to bring in tune Middle East countries with the US plans and thus tighten the noose on Iran.
Starting late August 1978, Imam Khomeini’s house in Iraq was under siege by Iraqi security forces. The Iraqi Ba’ath party forces would prevent people from visiting him. The situation led Imam Khomeini to decide to leave, which he did in the very October. The book “Imam Khomeini’s Journey to Paris until Return to Iran” published by the Islamic Revolution Documents Center, Imam Khomeini’s son Ahmad related the journey.
Today, the Zionist lobby and the penetration of the Jew influence in the United States of America is one of the major topics that is under discussion in US power studies. What comes in the following is part of the book “Neo-conservatism and the Biased Foreign Policy of the US” published by the Islamic Revolution Documents Center. The text concerns the Zionist lobby and its influence on the United States’ domestic and foreign policies.
The events of December 7, 1953 have been mentioned biasedly in some historical accounts, where the reason for the student uprising is mentioned as a campaign solely against the UK, while the campaign at the University of Tehran was also partly against the US due to its part in the August 19 coup d’état and also it was a campaign against the Pahlavi regime prior to the reopening of the UK embassy in Tehran. This article attends to the background against which the December 7 events happened.
Although Christian Zionism is a newly born phenomenon on the political scene, it finds strong roots in the past ages. Some believe Christian Zionism was born with Protestantism. The Protestants changed the stature of the Jew in the Catholic Church, therefore, they were praised as the brothers and nephews of Jesus Christ. As Puritans entered the new world, ground was paved for the growth of Christian Zionism as a definable current which adopted a key role in the social and political dealings of the United States.
Records show that the United States of America acted as incendiary to inflame the Iran-Iraq war in the 1980s. These records clearly indicate how the US incited Iraq into a war with Iran. The book “Iran and US Challenges after the Islamic Revolution” published by the Islamic Revolution Documents Center reveals parts of the US attempts to make Iraq enter war with Iran.
Contrary to what Mohammad Mosaddeq, Iranian prime minister from 21 July 1952 to 19 August 1953, believed, although Harriman had been dispatched to Iran by Washington as intermediary, the American guy’s real business was to politically pressurize Iran