Iran’s Regime Pays Terrorist Quds Force Mercenaries Five Times More Than Iranian Nurses


Iran’s Regime Pays Terrorist Quds Force Mercenaries Five Times More Than Iranian Nurses
The mullahs’ regime claims that it is unable to provide medicine and medical facilities to the Iranian people due to cash shortage caused by international sanctions.
But over the past three months, as coronavirus has spread across Iran and killed many people, the regime continues to send cash to pay its foreign mercenaries in Syria and Lebanon in order to continue its terrorism and war in the region. 
The monthly salary of IRGC mercenaries in Syria averages about $1,000 a month.
According to Ministry of Health officials, the average salary of nurses in Iran is $200 a month.
A simple comparison: The $200 monthly salary paid to an Iranian nurse is a fifth of the $1,000 average salary of IRGC mercenaries in Syria.
Another comparison: The total salary paid to nurses in Iran is $30 million a month
The total salary of IRGC mercenaries in Syria is $70 million a month.
Conclusion: The total salary paid to regime mercenaries in Syria is more than double the total salary of nurses in Iran.
The monthly salary of IRGC foreign mercenaries in Syria is only a fraction of the salary of IRGC mercenaries in different countries.
In addition to Syria, the regime pays fixed monthly salaries to its mercenaries in Lebanon, Iraq, Yemen, and Afghanistan.
The IRGC is currently providing $700 million a year in financial assistance to Hezbollah in Lebanon.
Paying salaries to foreign mercenaries is only part of the cost of the IRGC’s warmongering and terrorism in other parts of the world.
In the case of Syria, the clerical regime’s cash donations to Bashar al-Assad’s dictatorship have cost the regime up to $15 billion a year.

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