I congratulate the Iranian Propaganda Ministry (or concerned department) for their untiring effort to keep the media rhetoric going even during relatively "calmer" times, even if it is meant to serve as 'distractions' away from the mess their 'ally' Bashar al Assad is in. The Arab public as well as other Muslim communities need to learn this aspect from their Iranian 'brothers'.
Propaganda is one of the major tools of warfare. USA, so called "Israel" and many other criminal entities regularly practise it, so does Iran. It's time that effective propaganda ministries are set up by the Muslim Arabs to serve their interests. They do not even propagate their own victory in the limited October 1973 War widely enough, so much so that many non Arab Muslims, who read the accounts of history from Western/Zionist sources, come to believe ridiculous figments of Zionist imagination at the peril of their own Ummah.
Originally Posted by Mosamania
UAE should keep a check on Zionist and IRGC spies or agents, and also cease trade relations with Iran. Saudis and other Arabs should immediately come up with an active plan to compensate for the stoppage of Iranian trade with UAE by increasing cooperation with UAE on all fronts. It's easy to talk, unfortunately, most Arab regimes do not act.
What is happening in South Sudan? Why does not Algeria, Egypt and Saudi Arabia, at the very least, send 2 squadrons of fighter aircrafts each (after the necessary requests from Sudan's leader Omar Al Bashir has been secured)? Why is so called "Israel" allowed to create trouble in Eritrea, Ethiopia and South Sudan along with USA, but the Saudi and other dictatorial regimes are busy thinking about saving their own hold on power.
If you think the Saudi regimes are popular, why are not the Saudi and GCC regimes 'flexing' their 'military muscles' now to show solidarity with UAE and Sudan? With fighters, with military equipment, with political and diplomatic support, with money and with faith in Allah (SWT), the Arab Muslims could start to claim their true place in the world. Don't you agree?