Qassim-Abdullah-Ali-Ahmed

US Imposes Sanctions on Iran-Based Militant for Terrorism Charges

Staff Writer 15 August 2018

by Staff writer, SF

The United States has now imposed sanctions on an Iran-based militant leader, who was trying to overthrow the US-backed government of Bahrain.

The US State Department said in a statement that Qassim Abdullah Ali Ahmed (also known as Qassim al-Muamen), the leader of the Bahraini al-Ashtar Brigades militant group, recruited terrorists in Bahrain and provided funding, weapons and explosives to the members of the al-Ashtar Brigades, so that they could carry out attacks against the Bahraini government. The State Department also said that al-Muamen had facilitated the training of weapons and explosives for al-Ashtar Brigades members.

Arab NATO

Arab NATO Could Spell an End to Iranian Regime

Staff Writer 11 August 2018

by Staff writer, SF

Recently, news reports have begun circulating about the proposed establishment of a NATO-style security and military strategic alliance to confront Iranian expansion in the Middle East.

The alliance, said to be between the US, Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain, Egypt and Jordan, will likely be announced by mid-October and will form part of the growing international pressure on Iran.

One of the most important parts of the alliance will be preventing Iran from escalating military, as well as forming an air defence shield to protect the countries involved against a ballistic missile attack from Iran. Both of these goals mean extra pressure on Iran, with less likelihood for a regional conflict that could potentially kill hundreds of thousands. It would also help to stop the Iranian Regime’s Revolutionary Guards from closing the Strait of Hormuz, as they have previously threatened to do, in response to US sanctions on Iranian oil.

Iran Regime Accused of Training Those Who Killed Tourists in Tajikistan

Iran Regime Accused of Training Those Who Killed Tourists in Tajikistan

Staff Writer 01 August 2018

by Staff writer, SF

On Tuesday, police in Tajikistan appear to have blamed a banned opposition party linked with Iran for a terrorist attack that left four tourists dead and that ISIS claimed responsibility for.

The police statement read that the detained man, who was identified as leading the attack, was an “active member” of the Islamic Renaissance Party of Tajikistan. The group was banned in 2015.

Saudi Arabia halts oil shipments after attack by Iran-backed militias

Saeed 27 July 2018

by Saeed
Last weekend, the war of words between the United States and Iran became even more tense. President of Iran Hassan Rouhani threatened the United States by saying that a war with Iran would be the “mother of all wars”. U.S. President Donald Trump responded by saying that he will not put up with such threats.

Iran terror plot was attempt to distract from protests

Navid Felker 20 July 2018

by Navid  Felker
Belgian authorities arrested a married couple of Iranian origin on June 30 after finding that they were in possession of a powerful explosive that they intended to carry to Paris to bomb the Free Iran gathering that was organised by Iranian dissidents.

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