Iran Takes More Ground in Afghanistan as US Diminishes Presence

08 August 2017

The Afghan Taliban and the Iranian regime were once hostile enemies. However, this all changed after the US took action after the 9/11 terrorist attack and the enemies started to cooperate. 

This is similar to the situation in Iraq in 2003 – Iran did not mind the US invasion, but it proceeded to drain its resources once the US succeeded in toppling Saddam Hussein’s regime. This is when Iran effectively took control. Iraq was handed to Iran on a plate.

US, UK, France and Germany unite against Iran’s satellite launch

04 August 2017

The US, along with three European allies, increased pressure on the Iranian Regime on Wednesday, over its supposed space launch last week.

In a letter to the United Nations Security Council and Secretary General António Guterres, US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley and envoys from Britain, France and Germany wrote that the satellite that Iran launched into orbit was “inherently capable of delivering a nuclear warhead”.

Apple: The Company Is Unable to Support Iranian Software Anymore Due to Sanctions

02 August 2017

On July 31, 2017, Apple announced in a message to Iranian parties that the Company will remove Iranian software from App Store due to new U.S. sanctions against the Iranian regime.

In response to Apple's removal of software, the Iranian regime's state TV news agency said: “Apple has not yet provided a reason for this. Removed software are programs in which there is a possibility to pay by Iranian currency, the Rial. Apple has sent a message to the developers that it is no longer able to support Iranian software.”

The NCRI Responds to Iran Regime's Denouncement of Opposition's "Free Iran" Rally

02 August 2017

The annual “Free Iran” rally hosted by the Iranian Resistance in Villepinte, in the suburbs of Paris, took place three weeks ago. 

Since then, the regime has been upset over the massive reception this event garnered, both inside the country and on the international scene. 

Meanwhile, the Justice-Seeking Movement has been calling for retribution for the victims of the 1988 massacre of political prisoners, and the regime has been criticized for its crimes against the countries in the Middle East.

Iran Listed on State Department's "Country Reports on Terrorism"

01 August 2017

The annual Country Reports on Terrorism was released by the U.S. State Department, who once again listed the Iranian regime. The report based the designation on the regime’s continued support for terrorist organizations such as Hezbollah, and its overall efforts to destabilize the Middle East.

Since 1984, the Iranian regime has been designated as such in the U.S. report, making it one of the longest-running state sponsors of terror in the world. This year, along with Iran, Sudan and Syria were officially designated in the annual report.

Training Camps in Syria Run by Iraqi Shia Militias With Ties to Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC)

01 August 2017

Within Syria, two Iraqi Shia militias have promoted training camps. These two militias are the Kata’ib Imam Ali (Imam Ali Battalions) and the Kata’ib al Sabriun (Those Who Endure Battalions), and reportedly, they are tied to Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC).

The Kata’ib Imam Ali released a photo from one of its training camps inside Syria. The photo features the militia’s deputy secretary general, Muhammad al Bawi, who is said to be one of its key leaders for operations inside Syria.  He is often featured in propaganda emanating from that region. It is unclear where the training camp is, but the Battalions have had a large presence in Aleppo province for a very long time, and recently, are also said to be in the country’s south.

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