Excerpts produced verbatim. Azerbaijani sources routinely refer to northwestern Iran as South Azerbaijan. – RR

March 22, 2023

Regime change in Iran has become a necessity

Iran’s international situation and internal turmoil are having a negative effect. As a result of the policy implemented by the regime, Iran is facing the threat of internal disintegration in addition to being subject to international sanctions.

The 44-page document released by the “Iran International” website shows that not only the people but also the military elite oppose the regime. Indeed, it should come as no surprise that the military inside Iran opposed the regime and attempted to set fire to government buildings, including the residence of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, by the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (Sepah), which forms the core of the army.


Today, the Iranian regime’s policy does not reflect Sepah’s interests at all….Sepah no longer wants to do the regime’s dirty work. Because there are always officers who dip their hands in blood, and even if Ali Khamenei orders this blood to be spilled, he remains clean.

On the other hand, Sepah is recognized as a terrorist organization by the United States and European countries and is subject to the strictest international sanctions….The killing of General Qasem Soleimani also proves the division within this military institution. Those who launched the rocket attack knew in advance when the general, who was killed by a rocket attack at the Baghdad airport in 2019, would go to Baghdad. Although this issue was discussed a lot in the political corridors of Iran, the issue was covered up.

From the above, it can be concluded that the Iranian regime is already experiencing its end….


It is certain that the regime will change in Iran. Time will tell when that will happen. However, the processes taking place inside and outside Iran strongly suggest that change has already become a necessity.