War with the Iranian Regime Is Inevitable

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Raseef 22’s Interview with Reza Parchizadeh

1) Do you think President Trump will approve any military action against the Iranian regime? Will he go to war with Iran?

So far, President Trump has wanted to bring the Iranian regime to its knees through political and economic pressure. He means to bring about a regime change in Iran by any means short of war. However, if the Iranian regime wants to ignite a widespread war in the Middle East, I believe President Trump is willing to go to war with the mullahs in Iran. That will be the end of the Islamist regime in Iran.

2) Do you think the Iranian Supreme Leader will order his government to call Trump for a new round of negotiations? Or will he wait until the coming presidential election in the USA?

The Iranian regime has been trying to reach out to President Trump since the start of his term. However, what they want is negotiations behind the scenes, where they can give Trump some concessions so that they can save the regime and wait the Trump Administration out. President Trump, on the other hand, wants to humiliate the Iranian regime in front of the world by dragging them to the negotiating table. That is why the prospect of negotiations is very slim, almost none.

3) Do you think war is the best way to resolve this crisis and to stop the danger of the Iranian regime?

I believe war is inevitable. That is because the Iranian regime will not surrender, and instead will continue to stoke the fire of sectarianism and proxy wars in the Middle East.

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Reza Parchizadeh

Reza Parchizadeh is a political theorist and analyst. His area of expertise is the Middle East, the United States, the United Kingdom, and Russia. Reza has contributed to a number of international publications and other media worldwide. On October 2, 2018, Reza defended his doctoral dissertation in English Literature and Criticism at Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) under the title “The Recurring Progress of English Political Thought in Shakespeare’s Histories,” with a concentration on political thought, history of ideas, philosophy of history, cultural studies and Shakespeare, and passed it with distinction.

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