The fight back and total wipe out of evil forces in the war is coming along powerfully and confidently now.
Every minute, hour and day that passes.
On the American side, they have hit back in the Middle East:
Iran’s military has a number of weaknesses, including:
- Lack of modern weapons and equipment: Iran’s military is largely made up of equipment that dates back to the 1970s. This makes it vulnerable to more modern weapons and equipment.
- Lack of trained personnel: Iran’s military does not have a large pool of trained personnel. This makes it difficult to maintain a large and effective military force.
- Lack of air and naval power: Iran’s air and naval forces are relatively weak. This makes it difficult for Iran to project power beyond its borders.
- Lack of strategic depth: Iran is a relatively small country with a limited amount of strategic depth. This makes it difficult for Iran to defend itself against a large-scale attack.
These weaknesses make it difficult for Iran to project power beyond its borders and make it vulnerable to a large-scale attack.
Moving to Syria for a moment.
The Syrian Minister of Defense is Ali Mahmoud Abbas, who has held the position since 2017.
He is a career military officer and has served in a variety of positions in the Syrian military.
He is seen as a loyal supporter of President Bashar al-Assad and is known for his close ties to the Iranian military.
Now to Iran.
The Iranian Minister of Defense is General Mohammad Baqeri, who has held the position since 2018.
He is a career military officer and has served in a variety of positions in the Iranian military.
He is seen as a hardliner and is known for his close ties to the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps.
Both Abbas and Baqeri are seen as loyal to their respective governments and are committed to the expansion of their respective military forces.
They are also both seen as being very experienced and capable military leaders.
Abbas is a more pragmatic and cautious leader, while Baqeri is more ideological and aggressive. Abbas is also seen as being more open to dialogue and diplomacy, while Baqeri is more prone to confrontation.
Exploit these weaknesses.
These are bad people who deserve to go.
They must go.
Make it so.
Turn on the lights on both of them.
The Middle East partners will unite against Iran and Syria.
Peace will come in the Middle East when the bad stuff and things are gone.
Keep the good stuff.
Get rid of the bad stuff.