The Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC)

IRGC Should Be Blacklisted by Europe

Azita Carlson 15 April 2019

By Azita Carlson

The Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) was finally placed on the United States Foreign Terrorist Organizations List (FTO) where it belongs. This move, which was long overdue and heavily anticipated, was welcomed by the majority of Iranians and those in the Iranian diaspora because the IRGC is the tool that the Regime uses to crush any and all dissent.

General Qassem Soleimani, commander of Iran's Quds Force

Iran Regime's Soleimani an Extremist Like ISIS Leader Baghdadi

Saeed 12 April 2019

By Saeed

Recently, Washington designated Hezbollah as a terrorist entity. Many believe Hezbollah is funded by, and takes its orders from, Iran. Now, US President Trump has classified Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) as a terrorist organization in a move to increase pressure on Tehran.

the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC)

Iran: U.S. Cracks Down on IRGC's Terrorist Activity

Editor 11 April 2019

By Staff writer, SF

Since before he even took office, U.S. President Donald Trump had vowed to crack down on terrorist activity around the world. Iran, as the main state sponsor of terrorism, has of course been one of his targets. Iran has been involved in terrorist activities across the world and Trump has been very outspoken about how the regime has got away with its belligerence without being held accountable.

Iran arrests four for reporting on floods

Iran Arrests Four for Reporting on Floods

Armin Baldwin 09 April 2019

By Armin Baldwin

The Tehran Chief of Police admitted that four people were arrested in Iran’s capital for “spreading rumours” about the Regime’s incompetence during the recent floods that have ravaged almost all of Iran, including Tehran, for the past 21 days.

Hossein Rahimi said: “All officials, including government officials and the armed forces, made great efforts during the floods, but unfortunately some people have destroyed their image.”

Iran’s floods

Iran's Floods Show Regime Incompetence

Atousa Pilger 08 April 2019

by Atousa Pilger

You can tell a lot about the competency of a government from the way it handles domestic crises, so the flash floods that have recently besieged Iran provide an opportunity to examine the competency of the Iranian Regime.

Since March 19, at least 26 of Iran’s 31 provinces, including roughly 1,900 cities and villages, have been hit with major flooding. The official death toll is 62, according to the head of the Iranian Legal Medicine Organization, who believes fatalities will keep rising, but locals are reporting upwards of 200 deaths. While about a third of Iran’s roads have been submerged in water, blocked by mudslides, or otherwise damaged in the floods, admitted Behnam Saeedi, a representative for the National Disaster Management Organization.

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