Thursday March 23, 2017

Iran: How Will Death of Rafsanjani Impact Regime?

The former president of Iran, Ali-Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, died on 8th January at the age of 82 of a suspected heart attack. He has been described as one of the main pillars and ‘key to the equilibrium’ of the Iranian regime as well as one of its founding fathers. 

For nearly four decades Rafsanjani has played a major part in the suppression of the Iranian people. He has also had a major role in the regime’s export of terrorism abroad and its quest for nuclear weapons. 

After the Iran-Iraq war in the eighties, Rafsanjani was the Parliament Speaker and deputy commander of armed forces.


Germany: Assassination Plot and Espionage Proves Necessity of Ending Relations With Iran

German politician Reinhold Robbe was the recent target of an assassination plot. Additionally, a business college in Paris and a professor of that facility were spied upon.  These actions are all attributed to the regime in Iran, and prove the need to end relations with this regime, as well as to expel its agents from European countries. Inaction regarding a regime described by the Iranian people as the “Godfather of Daesh (ISIS/ISIL)” has encouraged it to escalate its actions.


Syrian Journalist and Writer: Iranian Regime Is an Example of Sectarianism and Fascism

In an interview with Orient TV, affiliated to Syrian opposition, renowned Syrian writer and journalist, Ahmad Kamel, exposes the destructive and sectarian role of Iranian regime in Syria.

The following is part of his interview:


Why Iran Displayed Photos of Qasem Soleimani in Aleppo

The commander of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Quds Force, Qasem Soleimani’s presence in Aleppo proves the failure of US President Barack Obama’s foreign policy regarding Iran.

In an article for Al-Arabyia, Heshmat Alavi, a political and rights activist, writes that, “We are talking about a man grossly responsible for massacring innocent people across the Middle East,” and says that seeing photos of Soleimani touring the city shows how desperately Iran “needed to boast its tactical victory in Aleppo, knowing its future in Syria is actually quite gloomy.”


Aleppo Has Been Occupied by the IRGC and Its Mercenaries

The Iranian Regime and its subsidiary terror organisation, the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), played a significant role in retaking Aleppo from the democratic Syrian Resistance forces, according to a report by the democratic Iranian opposition.


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