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The Iranian regime’s crises are increasing day after day, including the succession of mysterious explosions throughout the country, which included civilian and military targets, in addition to the renewed crisis between the army and the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC).

A fire broke out at a chemical company in southwestern Iran, and another new explosion in Tehran shook the surrounding buildings, increasing questions about these explosions, especially as some factories appear civilian in nature, while officials have talked of the possibility of foreign entities being behind the attacks.

Weak mullahs

The Iranian regime appears to be at its weakest, yet despite all the painful strikes that have struck it, it still does not dare to publicize its pain, as it is feared that the fact of its weakness, the large penetration of its security services, and its sensitive locations will be exposed, whether in the heart of the capital or in other provinces and regions.

This comes at a time when sharp differences have surfaced between the army and the IRGC after IRGC intelligence interrogated employees at the Iranian News Agency (IRNA) for publishing an interview with the deputy commander of the army. However, IRGC spokesman Ramazan Sharif denied the news.

During the interview, Habibollah Sayyari, the coordinating deputy commander of the Iranian army, criticized the IRGC for its interference in political and economic affairs, as well as government media for disregarding the army’s activities. But a few hours, the video of the interview was deleted.

Meanwhile, Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei believes that the current conditions do not weaken the activities of the government, demanding that it continue to carry out its duties until the last day of its mandate.

Khamenei acknowledged the existence of conflicts between heads of authorities in the country, describing them as “harmful and disturbing to public opinion.”

“In the critical situation of the last year of the government and also the first year of parliament, the two powers must manage matters in a way that does not harm the important affairs of the country,” he said.

Source » theportal-center

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