well that is "No Gaza, no Lebanon , My life is for Iran "
That belies contempt for anti-zionist Resistance, as well as tendential sympathy for zionism.
but everybody has its own taste .to be honest I believe we must spend a little less on Lebanon and Syria and backstabbing Hamas and use that on fixing some problem in our country . i think our priority must shift a little more toward inside our country to make the distance between people and government less so foreigners can't put a wedge between them so easily, if people were more satisfied , BBC , Iran International or ManoTo (does anyone watch it anymore?) could not achieve their goals so easily
They do not achieve their final goal easily, as a matter of fact they've failed at reaching it.
Also you just inverted cause and consequence. Some people indulge in mindless oppositionism because of the BBC, Saudi International and Manoto, not the other way around. And these three are cited in a generic manner to designate the entire spectrum of anti-Iran media including on the internet.
Iran ought to invest more in Lebanon, Syria and Palestine. More than enough would still be left for expenditures at home - not that market fanatical liberals can credibly pretend to be advocates of government spending though, that sort of fallacy won't fly with everyone.
Those advocating that the Islamic Republic should evacuate these strategic theaters, are in fact aiming to weaken Iran's deterrence power. It's the same peopled who wanted to negotiate a JCPOA II on ballistic missiles and do away with Iran's missile power. A fifth column of traitors who seek to dismantle Iran's defenses so as to enable the enemy to launch military aggression or to arm rioters at smaller cost.
both fill the criteria , to me even France and England and many others also fill the criteria . sadly Iran also fill the criteria
No, she doesn't. NATO regimes however do.