these Iranian drones of "good cause" and not very effective

A senior Iranian military official, personal military adviser to Ali Khamenei, “supreme guide” of the Islamic Republic of Iran, has just announced that Iran’s main allies outside of Asia, namely the Algeria, in North Africa, and Venezuela, in South America, are at the top of the large customers (22 countries) having ordered Iranian military drones.

The Iranian mullahs, who at the moment have worrying things to worry about because of the veil of discord, advance in this the “success” of the Iranian drones, which the Russian army uses in the conflict in Ukraine. ” Making wars smart and safe is of the utmost importance, the adviser noted. “. And to add a comment very revealing of the expansionist will of the Islamic Republic of Iran ” in recent years, Iran has used its domestic knowledge to advance its defense capabilities and is now ready to export drones due to its revolutionary ideology and motivated youth. The revolutionary ideology does not wait for the arrival of drones from other countries. She produces them “.

No open secret! Military relations between Algiers and Tehran have, since the advent of Khomeini, always been in good shape. And who says Algiers also says Tindouf where the separatists rage with impunity in the camps of the sequestered, encouraged in this by their mentor and creator Algeria. Also there is no intention to make, we know where these drones will land. Moreover, elements of Iranian, and even Lebanese, Hezbollah are at work in the Algerian desert.

Among the separatists, we do not hide it. At the beginning of October 2022, the alleged Minister of the Interior of the terrorist movement of the Polisario, Omar Mansour, announced that the separatist militias established in the Tindouf camps will immediately be equipped with drones by the Algerian army, with a view to carrying out military attacks. against Morocco.

The presence of Iran is becoming more and more evident in our region and Algeria has a lot to do with it. Also, the Moroccan army’s use of drones in its war against the Polisario militias is completely legitimate. It even constitutes an important turning point in this conflict. Indeed, the introduction of armed drones in modern conflicts, whether Iran likes it, is essential in the conduct and management of the conflict wherever it is, even for the armies of the developed countries, including Israel, which are currently leaning on new anti-drone technologies.

Iran did not come to the Saharan region on its own. She landed there in the good care of Algeria. To the east of Eden, Moroccan-Israeli military cooperation was considered fatal, to the balance of the balance of power in the sands of the Sahara desert, not to mention that of the Sahel since the signing of the Abraham Accords between Israel and some Gulf countries including Morocco.

As for Moroccan equipment with Israeli drones, it is not new. In 2014, Morocco bought three Heron drones made by Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) for $50 million. In November 2021, IAI willingly ceded Harop drones to Morocco, better known as “suicide drones”. In other words, Harop destroys himself when he attacks a target. These technologies require substantial means that far exceed those of the Polisario or even of its sponsor. For us, the situation will be even more critical for the mercenaries as soon as Morocco receives its Reapers from the United States.

The Polisario militia is in great danger of being simply overwhelmed with or without its Iranian drones. Moreover, it goes without saying that the infiltration of Iran in the region seriously jeopardizes the peace process, the work of the United Nations mission in Western Sahara as well as the diplomatic efforts of the Personal Envoy of the Secretary General of the United Nations to bring the parties to new round tables. Moreover, the continuation of instability in the Sahara and the Sahel, added to the Iranian presence negatively affects European security. Spread the word ! the danger today is at the gates of the Old Continent.

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