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  • Nov 30, 2023


Since its creation in 1979, the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) has been a bloodthirsty machine. Responsible for the massacre, torture, and brutal suppression of every dissident and political rival to Iran’s illegitimate theocrats, its primary role is to ensure the survival of the lethal cocktail of authoritarianism and totalitarianism present in Iran. This is accomplished through the IRGC promoting the regime’s religious fervour domestically, and fulfilling its expansionist revolutionary ideas globally. Yet its threat is not exclusive to Iran. The IRGC’s despicable influence is easily noted outside of Iran, and has the potential to destabilise countless other countries and endanger the lives of both Iranians and non-Iranians alike.

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Examples of the IRGC working outside of Iran:

The IRGC’s Quds Force intended to bomb the UK in 2015, with a raid by UK intelligence services on 3 properties in North London revealing the storage of explosive materials for their terrorist scheme.

As reported by the Sunday Times, dissidents in 2019 were being threatened by armed Iranian agents on the streets of Scotland.

Major General Hossein Salami has proudly claimed that the threats against the London-based media outlet Iran International (which prompted the suspension of its operation) were the work of the IRGC, and testimony to “how far the Islamic Revolution’s realm of power and field of infiltration and radius of influence have extended”.

Report by the Jewish Chronicles revealed deep ties between the UK branch of the Islamic Student Association and the IRGC’s top commanders, such as Mohsen Yekta. When the Association hosted him, Yekta confidently denied the Holocaust and encouraged students to prepare for a jihad on Jews.

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