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During a televised broadcast last autumn, Rear Admiral Shahram Irani, the commander of Iran’s Navy, made a bold assertion: that Iran claims ownership of Antarctica and intends to establish a military presence in the region.

“We have legitimate rights in Antarctica. Our plan is to raise our flag there and conduct both military and scientific operations,” Rear Admiral Irani stated, as translated by the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI), based in Washington D.C.

This declaration of Iran’s territorial ambitions in Antarctica has sparked renewed concern, particularly in light of recent incidents involving Iranian-backed militias, such as the killing of three U.S. soldiers in Jordan.

In response to queries by Fox News regarding the unfreezing of $6 billion in Iranian funds held in Qatar by the U.S., a State Department spokesperson clarified that these funds may only be utilized for humanitarian purposes, such as purchasing food, medicine, medical equipment, and agricultural products. The spokesperson explicitly stated that the funds could not be used for any activities in Antarctica.

Despite the escalating tensions and aggressive behavior exhibited by Iran across various regions, including the Middle East, the Biden administration proceeded with releasing $6 billion in sanctions relief to Tehran. This decision drew criticism, particularly in light of subsequent events, such as the Iran-backed Hamas attack in southern Israel, resulting in the deaths of over 1,200 individuals, including more than 30 Americans.

Iran’s President, Ebrahim Raisi, who had previously been sanctioned by the Trump administration for his involvement in the suppression of Iranian dissidents and protesters, challenged the restrictions imposed by the Biden administration on the use of the $6 billion, asserting Iran’s intention to utilize the funds as deemed necessary.

Yonah Jeremy Bob, an authoritative figure in military and intelligence analysis, emphasized that Iran’s expansionist agenda into Antarctica not only violates international conventions but also underscores the regime’s global aggression. He stressed the importance of vigilance in curbing Iran’s destabilizing activities, particularly in light of its nuclear ambitions.

Fox News previously reported Iran’s intentions to establish a military presence at the Panama Canal, and there have been indications of Iran’s development of advanced cruise missiles for its naval arsenal. Despite Iran’s geographical proximity to the eastern hemisphere of Antarctica, legal experts caution that Iran’s actions would not hold any legal standing under the Antarctic Treaty, to which it is not a signatory.

Potkin Azarmehr, an expert on Iran, likened Iran’s grandiose plans to those of the Soviet Union in its final days, characterized by misplaced priorities and extravagant rhetoric amidst economic instability and institutional bankruptcy.

In summary, Iran’s assertion of ownership over Antarctica and its plans to establish a military presence in the region reflect its ongoing pattern of aggressive behavior and disregard for international norms, raising concerns among global observers about the regime’s intentions and the potential ramifications of its actions.