Written by: CBN News/George Thomas
Article source: www.charismanews.com
Iran is facing a wave of internal turmoil and covert attacks that are undermining the radical regime’s nefarious plans. Even as the violence escalates, hope is rising among Iranian citizens who are finding salvation in Jesus Christ.
Whether it’s the exploding coronavirus, mysterious fires at nuclear and military facilities or protests, Iran’s ruling Islamic clerics are facing unprecedented challenges as the regime tries to maintain an iron grip on the nation.
In the latest military incident, Israel struck an Iranian-backed weapons facility and military positions in Syria today. The missile strike south of Damascus reportedly killed five Iranian fighters and injured a dozen others.
Recently the government executed a man convicted of spying for the CIA and Israeli intelligence.
Mahmoud Mousavi-Majd received that sentence for allegedly passing information to the CIA about the whereabouts of General Qasem Soleimani. The powerful leader was killed in a U.S. drone strike earlier this year.
“This is a regime that’s facing a possible rebellion in the near future, regime officials talk about it, so they are executing a lot of people to put fear into the public,” Alireza Nader, an Iranian expert with Foundation for Defense of Democracies, told CBN News.
The execution follows a string of mysterious fires and explosions around the country.
On Sunday, fires broke out at a military installation near Tehran, a shipyard in Bushehr, and a key power plant connected to Iran’s Natanz nuclear facility in Isfahan. Similar incidents have happened across Iran since June.
“This cannot be a coincidence,” said Dr. Ronen Bergman, author of Rise and Kill First. “This cannot be just a series of accidents without malicious intent from someone.”
Some pointing to Israel’s ongoing overt, and at times covert war, against the Islamic regime.
“Israel is specifically trying to stop the transfer of very advanced, precise munitions to the regime’s proxies, like Hezbollah, and also wants to slow down the Iranian nuclear program,” said Nader.
And President Trump has reportedly given the CIA a green light to launch more offensive cyber attacks to cripple or destroy some of Iran’s critical infrastructures.
All this comes against the backdrop of ongoing government protests and a remarkable revival that’s witnessing thousands of Muslims turning to Christianity in the midst of COVID-19.
Date published: 26/07/2020
Feature image: Iranian Christians pray during the New Year’s mass at the Saint Sarkis church of Armenians in Tehran on Jan. 1, 2015. (AP)
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