Gruesome string of fatalities as new tear gas grenades pierce protesters’ skulls

Amnesty International: Iran Regime’s Deadly Presence in Iraq

Azita Carlson 08 November 2019

By Azita Carlson

The Iraqi people continue protesting against the Iranian regime's presence in Iraq and yearning for freedom and democracy. In response, the Iranian regime has resorted to more violence. in this regard in an update on its statement over the situation in Iraq, Amnesty International revealed that "a significant portion of the deadly projectiles" causing gruesome protester deaths "are in fact M651 tear gas grenades and M713 smoke grenades manufactured by the Defense Industries Organization (DIO) of Iran."

Intensified Belligerence and Terrorism Make Expulsion of IRGC From the Region More Imperative

Staff Writer 06 February 2018

Monday, 23 October 2017 

The role of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) in the attack on Kirkuk and various cities in Iraqi Kurdistan, which displaced a large number of people in the area, once again highlighted the IRGC's destructive role in regional crises.
The Peshmarga Force commander said in Kirkuk on Sunday, October 15, "The Iraqi Army and Popular Mobilization Forces (Hashd al-Shaabi) are not the only ones who attack us. We have 100% accurate knowledge that the IRGC are also present among them."

Developments in Iraq and Lebanon, two Arab states where the Iranian regime boasted of controlling their capitals, are becoming very worrying for the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Struan Stevenson: Protests in Iraq and Lebanon Are Becoming Very Worrying for Iran

Atousa Pilger 15 November 2019

By Atousa Pilger

An article published on the National Council of Resistance of Iran’s (NCRI) website written by Struan Stevenson, former member of the European Parliament (1999-2014) and the Coordinator of the Campaign for Iran Change (CIC) on November 14, 2019 explains why the developments in Iraq and Lebanon, the countries where the Iranian regime boasted of controlling their capitals, are becoming very worrying for the regime.

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