Arab League Takes Stand Against Iran's Malign Influence

Navid Felker 20 November 2017

by Navid  Felker

Saudi Arabia has upped its campaign against the Iranian Regime’s growing malign influence in the Middle East by persuading most of the 22 Arab League states to condemn Iranian-ally Hezbollah, as a "terrorist organization”.

At Sunday’s emergency meeting, held in Cairo, the Arabian foreign ministers gathered to address the issue which was exacerbated following the launch of a ballistic missile from Iran-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen at the Riyadh international airport in the Saudi capital on November 4.

Iran Regime-Backed Hezbollah, the Biggest Threat to Security in the Region

Editor 19 November 2017

Staff writer, SF

Iran-backed Hezbollah is the biggest threat to security in the region. Bahrain’s foreign minister stated on Sunday.

Ahmed Al Khalifa remarked during an emergency meeting of Arab League foreign ministers in Cairo to talk over ways to combat Iran regime’s interference in the affairs of Arab countries.

Iran: "Islamic Revolutionary Guards Octopus of Death"

Navid Felker 15 November 2017

by Navid  Felker

The Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corpse (IRGC) has encroached on Iran’s economy and is involved in massive plundering.

Al-Arabiya TV on November 13 in a program called “Death Production” resembled the IRGC to an Octopus which plays various roles in supporting death groups in the countries of the region.

Iran Is the Biggest Threat to the Middle East

Editor 14 November 2017

Staff writer, SF

The Iranian Regime is one of the biggest threats to peace and security in the Middle East. This has been true since the 1979 Islamic Revolutions in which the Supreme Leader and the mullahs stole power from the people and it remains true to this day.

Tensions Between Saudi Arabia and Iran

Navid Felker 13 November 2017

by Navid  Felker

Iran and Saudi Arabia have been involved in disputes for many years. They have been rivals for decades. Saudi Arabia is the powerful Sunni capital and Iran is the Shiite power. As well as religious differences, the two countries also have opposing geostrategic interests.

Iran's Plan for Hegemony in the Middle East

Navid Felker 10 November 2017

by Navid  Felker

One night in early November, a missile was fired by the Houthis at the Saudi city of Riyadh, the kingdom’s capital. After it was successfully shot down near the airport, it was examined, and the Saudi government claimed to know every detail about where it came from. Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir declared on Nov. 6th, “It was an Iranian missile, launched by Hizballah from territory occupied by the Houthis in Yemen.” The next day, Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman added, “Direct military aggression by the Iranian regime.”

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