INDEFENSIBLE: Rogue State Of Iran Pushes For Destruction Of Israel

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Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian’s recent statements have heightened serious concerns among patriotic Americans and friends of Israel. Amirabdollahian, Foreign Minister of the rogue terrorist state boldly declared on Monday that the only semblance of common ground between Iran and Israel is the outright rejection of a “two-state solution” for the Palestinians. His statements highlight Iran as an unyielding and malevolent force in an already volatile Middle East.

Swiftly clarified by other Iranian officials, Tehran’s brazen stance became undeniably evident: they openly advocate for the entire expanse of Israel to be handed over to the Palestinians. For patriots and friends of Israel, this audacious position not only reaffirms their apprehension about Iran’s potential to sponsor extremist elements but also solidifies their belief that Iran poses a significant and imminent threat to the existence of Israel and stability in the region.

Speaking at a forum in Doha focused on the Israel-Hamas conflict, Amirabdollahian proposed the establishment of a “Palestinian” state through a referendum. However, this proposition immediately sets off alarm bells. The notion that voting would be restricted to “only descendants of those who lived there prior to 1948” is a blatant affront to the historical presence of Jews in the region, reinforcing conservatives’ perception of Iran’s complete disregard for the legitimacy and security of Israel.

While Iran’s state media attempts to portray this suggestion as a veneer of a “peaceful” resolution, patriotic skeptics see it for what it is—a calculated maneuver aimed at undermining Israel’s security. Amirabdollahian’s sarcastic emphasis that neither Iran nor Israel genuinely supports a “two-state solution” is viewed with suspicion, appearing to be part of a broader strategy to advance Iran’s aggressive regional agenda.

The revelation that the Biden administration reached out to Iran, requesting restraint on allied militia attacks against U.S. forces in the Middle East, only deepens conservatives’ concerns about Iran’s complicity in terrorism. Amirabdollahian’s brazen denial of control over these militia groups is met with incredulity by conservatives who firmly see Iran as a flagrant state sponsor of terrorism.

In a separate interview with Al Jazeera News, Iranian Expediency Council member Mohsen Rezaei, a former member of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), unequivocally laid out Iran’s vision of a single state between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea. For supporters of Israel, this is a glaring red flag, signaling Iran’s unapologetic intent to further destabilize an already volatile region.

Rezaei’s outright dismissal of the idea of two states, coupled with his assertion that the era of normalizing relations with Israel has definitively ended, strengthens the belief that Iran is not just a regional disruptor but an active antagonist working against the stability and security of the Middle East. His vision of a new “Islamic Army” emerging from the Gaza conflict only heightens concerns about Iran’s insidious role in supporting militant groups in the region.

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi, recognized for his hardline stance, presented a package of “ten solutions” for the Palestinian situation at a November meeting of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC). These proposals, including the “referendum” and the designation of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) as a terrorist organization, further solidify the belief that Iran poses an imminent and significant threat to the broader Middle East’s stability and security.