A strong defense pact in the wider region against Iran should include as many relevant countries as possible. This should include Israel, Azerbaijan, the five post-Soviet central Asian nations, as many Gulf states as possible as well as Jordan, Egypt, Sudan and Morocco. These are countries that are intended victims of the Khomeinist regime’s neo-imperialist expansionist project. It is imperative to build a new region-wide security architecture to stem Iranian nefarious regional ambitions. An attack on one should be considered as an attack on all. Crucially would such a defense alliance be able to police a no-fly zone over Iran in partnership with the United States and other NATO allies.
It is essential to build international unity against Iran as well as to fragment the Khomeinist empire from within by giving regional rebellions vital air support. With a coherent strategy will it not be particularly difficult to break up the Khomeinist empire within a few years time or even faster. However, external unity is important to protect against Iranian aggression and ensure Iran’s internal implosion.