Last month the US put Iran “on notice” after it test-fired ballistic missiles. Two months later more sanctions were placed on 25 entities and individuals that are involved in the country’s weapons procurement. Iran, in a bold response this week, conducted another missile test in complete defiance of warnings from the US.
The Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei tried to deflect from the evident concern among the leaders of Iran and said: “No enemy can paralyze the Iranian nation. [Trump] says ‘you should be afraid of me.’ No!”
Although some have criticised the new US President for not being tough enough on Iran, it must be pointed out that there has been significant progress from the last administration. President Trump issued more sanctions on Iran following its test-firing of a ballistic missile at the end of last month. This shows that Iran’s actions will no longer be tolerated in silence.
The Iranian Regime and its core terror squad, the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC), have at least 14 terrorist training camps across Iran, with eight in the capital, Tehran.
This shocking news was revealed exclusively in a report by the National Council of Resistance of Iran, an umbrella group for all democratic forces that want regime change in Iran.
President Trump’s Secretary of Defense, General James Mattis, has declared that Iran is at the centre of the issues in the Middle East. It is one of the major challenges of the new US administration but it is first imperative to fully understand the true nature of the clerical regime ruling the country.
Tehran has exported terrorism and disregards the most basic of human rights at home. It is extremely violent towards opposition whether it is at home or abroad.
The Guards are the main force behind Iran’s nuclear program, lethal meddling across the Middle East, ballistic missile drive and domestic crackdown.
The Clarion Project, February 9, 2017, Iran has been dubbed a “de facto Islamic Caliphate” due to increasing domestic crackdown and lethal meddling across the region, especially through the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC).
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