Afghan and Pakistani fighter for Syrian proxy milita

Iran Recruits Afghan and Pakistani Fighter for Syrian Proxy Milita

Armin Baldwin 22 September 2018

by Armin Baldwin

It is well known that the Iranian regime has dragged in Shiites from neighbouring countries to fight (and most likely die) in the Syrian war. It is all part of Iran’s plan for a Shiite Crescent across the Middle East, where Iran controls an area stretching from the Persian Gulf to the Mediterranean. Most media coverage focuses on the Iraqi recruits, but this article will cover the Afghan and Pakistani fighters in Iran-backed units in Syria.

Iran Regime’s threats show just how weak it is

Iran Regime’s Threats Show Just How Weak It Is

Staff Writer 27 August 2018

by Staff writer, SF

The international community should take the increased threats and malign behaviour coming from the Iranian Regime seriously, but they should also be aware that this aggression is not a sign of strength from the mullahs, instead it’s a sign of weakness.

Over the course of this summer, the Iranian Regime has lost all hope of maintaining the 2015 nuclear accord and the benefits that it reaped from that, so it’s now increasing its attacks on Iranian dissidents in the West.

On August 20, the US Justice Department released a statement about two Iranian men, Ahmadreza Mohammadi-Doostdar and Majid Ghorbani, who were caught spying on Iranian opposition group, the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK).

Iran Lobby

Iran Lobby Silent on Regime’s Crimes

Staff Writer 24 August 2018

by Staff writer, SF

When the 2015 Iranian nuclear deal was being negotiated, the Iran lobby claimed that its passage would embolden the so-called moderates within the Iranian Regime and help deliver a stable Iran that could be brought back into the global fold.

However, since the deal was signed, it appears that the opposite was true. The deal actually caused the Regime to move further away from a moderate government and towards a right-wing dictatorship, that attacks its dissenters at home and abroad.

The biggest dissenter group is the Mujahideen-e Khalq (MEK), the oldest and largest Iranian dissident groups working to promote democracy and freedom within Iran. Over the years, this group has worked tirelessly to expose the malign activities of the Iranian Regime that are hidden from the world’s view, like its then-clandestine nuclear programme in 2003.

FBI

Intelligence Agents Arrested for Spying on the Iranian Resistance in US

Staff Writer 22 August 2018

by Staff writer, SF

On Monday, The United States Department of Justice announced that two Intelligence Ministry agents of the Iranian regime, Ahmadreza Mohammadi Doostdar and Majid Ghorbani, were arrested in the US on August 9th, 2018.

Doostdar and Ghorbani are alleged to have been spying on, and plotting against, the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI or MEK) and National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI).

The indictment said that this spy operation against the PMOI has been occurring since March 2017 at least, and "the Government of Iran considers the MEK to be a primary opponent of the current regime, and has sought to eradicate the MEK."

Hezbollah militia

Iran’s Involvement in Iraq and Lebanon Is Destroying Those Countries

Saeed 21 August 2018

by Saeed

Back in 2008, regional decision-makers believed that they had found a solution to the crisis in Lebanon; namely giving the Hezbollah militia a role in the Lebanese government. However, this has only led to the Iranian Regime having vast control over the country, through their Hezbollah proxy.

Hassan Nasrallah consistently thwarts Saad Hariri’s attempts to form a government and insists on normalized relations with Syrian dictator Bashar Assad, with whom Hezbollah and the Iranian Regime collaborated to assassinate Saad’s father, Rafiq Hariri and who threatened to break Lebanon if Rafiq didn’t submit to Syria’s demands.

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