🟠Qassem Soleimani and the battle against Western colonialism

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With the victory of Iran's Islamic Revolution, it has been demonstrated that Islam is the most efficient component for oppressed countries all over the world to construct their identities. Islam constructed a force capable of countering the hegemonic goals of the United States and other Western powers, which were aimed at subjugating Muslim nations. The subject of Quds became a top concern for both Iran and the Islamic world following the 1979 Iranian revolution. So far, the US has tried to undermine the Axis of Resistance through soft infiltration and military intervention. As part of Washington's soft infiltration against the Axis of Resistance, US strategists placed the following tasks on their to-do lists: 1. Widening schisms and disputes among Muslim countries, as well as bridging the Sunni-Shia split. 2. Reducing concern for Occupied Palestine in the Islamic world. 3. Providing weapons, supplies, and support to terrorist groups such as Al-Qaeda and ISIS. 4. Assassinating Iranian scientists by the CIA and Mossad 5. Military interventions across Islamic nations, hypocritically to fight terrorism. The Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) founded the Quds Force in 1990, two years after the conclusion of the conflict between Iran and the Ba'athist dictatorship in Iraq. Amid repressions against the Palestinian population, the IRGC's Quds Force escalated its efforts to resist US domination in the Middle East. It should be regarded the IRGC's golden period when Martyr Qassem Soleimani was in charge of the Quds Force. Soleimani launched a powerful force in the Islamic world that defeated many of the West's aims and diabolical plans, to the point that the Axis of Resistance now includes all oppressed nations across the globe, including Palestine, Lebanon, and Yemen. The Axis of Resistance includes countries such as Iraq, Syria, and Afghanistan, as well as African and South American countries such as Nigeria and Venezuela. Soleimani oversaw large-scale operations that reclaimed wide swathes of territory from Israeli-backed terrorists, and his acts, along with those of other Resistance commanders, aided in the strengthening of Islamic unity and morale. Many individuals have sought to build a multi-national army with all of their theoretical knowledge, weaponry, and military might, from Che Guevara to today's the United States, but none have succeeded. Martyr Soleimani came up with the concept of a worldwide army of downtrodden people in this new environment. Hezbollah in Lebanon, al-Hashd al-Shaabi in Iraq, Ansarullah in Yemen, Fatemiyounin Division in Afghanistan, Zainabiyoun in Pakistan, and other popular resistance groups in the region and the Islamic world formed the Axis of Resistance with a single goal in mind: to fight oppression and support for the oppressed all over the world. Haj Qassem Soleimani commanded and personally participated in the battles against ISIS terrorists in Syria and Iraq, providing military advice to Iraqi and Syrian officials and supporting local resistance groups and civilians, particularly women and children, while bolstering the Lebanese Hezbollah with Palestinian Resistance Forces equipment. The Resistance Front finally gained a reputation as a worldwide active political activist with a solid philosophical foundation. One of the front's most significant leaders, General Soleimani, was able to instil optimism in the people of Islamic countries, and this problem encouraged them to remain watchful and oppose Western colonization.

With the victory of Iran’s Islamic Revolution, it has been demonstrated that Islam is the most efficient component for oppressed countries all over the world to construct their identities.

Islam constructed a force capable of countering the hegemonic goals of the United States and other Western powers, which were aimed at subjugating Muslim nations.

The subject of Quds became a top concern for both Iran and the Islamic world following the 1979 Iranian revolution.

So far, the US has tried to undermine the Axis of Resistance through soft infiltration and military intervention.

As part of Washington’s soft infiltration against the Axis of Resistance, US strategists placed the following tasks on their to-do lists:

  1. Widening schisms and disputes among Muslim countries, as well as bridging the Sunni-Shia split.
  2. Reducing concern for Occupied Palestine in the Islamic world.
  3. Providing weapons, supplies, and support to terrorist groups such as Al-Qaeda and ISIS.
  4. Assassinating Iranian scientists by the CIA and Mossad
  5. Military interventions across Islamic nations, hypocritically to fight terrorism.

The Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) founded the Quds Force in 1990, two years after the conclusion of the conflict between Iran and the Ba’athist dictatorship in Iraq. Amid repressions against the Palestinian population, the IRGC’s Quds Force escalated its efforts to resist US domination in the Middle East.

It should be regarded
the IRGC’s golden period when Martyr Qassem Soleimani was in charge of the Quds Force. Soleimani launched a powerful force in the Islamic world that defeated many of the West’s aims and diabolical plans, to the point that the Axis of Resistance now includes all oppressed nations across the globe, including Palestine, Lebanon, and Yemen. The Axis of Resistance includes countries such as Iraq, Syria, and Afghanistan, as well as African and South American countries such as Nigeria and Venezuela.

Soleimani oversaw large-scale operations that reclaimed wide swathes of territory from Israeli-backed terrorists, and his acts, along with those of other Resistance commanders, aided in the strengthening of Islamic unity and morale.

Many individuals have sought to build a multi-national army with all of their theoretical knowledge, weaponry, and military might, from Che Guevara to today’s the United States, but none have succeeded. Martyr Soleimani came up with the concept of a worldwide army of downtrodden people in this new environment.

Hezbollah in Lebanon, al-Hashd al-Shaabi in Iraq, Ansarullah in Yemen, Fatemiyounin Division in Afghanistan, Zainabiyoun in Pakistan, and other popular resistance groups in the region and the Islamic world formed the Axis of Resistance with a single goal in mind: to fight oppression and support for the oppressed all over the world. Haj Qassem Soleimani commanded and personally participated in the battles against ISIS terrorists in Syria and Iraq, providing military advice to Iraqi and Syrian officials and supporting local resistance groups and civilians, particularly women and children, while bolstering the Lebanese Hezbollah with Palestinian Resistance Forces equipment.
The Resistance Front finally gained a reputation as a worldwide active political activist with a solid philosophical foundation.

One of the front’s most significant leaders, General Soleimani, was able to instil optimism in the people of Islamic countries, and this problem encouraged them to remain watchful and oppose Western colonization.

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