Iran’s war in Syria

Staff Writer 17 April 2018

by Staff writer, SF
Iran has been involved in the Syrian civil war from its inception. Iran holds Syria with so much importance with regards to its future plans that it is ready to do whatever it takes.

When the war emerged around 2011, Iran and Assad worked hard to quash all moderate opposition and they attempted to indulge the radical Islamists. This gave the West an impossible choice. Did it want the jihadists or did it want Assad in power?

The Iranian Regime’s Atrocities in Douma, Syria

Staff Writer 12 April 2018

by Staff writer, SF
The recent chemical attack in Douma in Syria has been condemned by nearly all leaders in the West. Still, many wonder how far the international community is prepared to go to appease Assad, Iranian Supreme Leader Khamenei, and Putin.

Iran’s involvement in the Syrian crisis

Armin Baldwin 11 April 2018

by Armin Baldwin
Syrian President Bashar al Assad’s allies Iran, Russia and China have advised against military action following the recent chemical weapon attack in the rebel-held town of Douma in the outskirts of Damascus. However, it appears that the United States will be joined by allies Saudi Arabia and France in going against their advice.

Don’t believe Iran’s excuses for Syrian Civil War

Staff Writer 10 April 2018

by Staff writer, SF
The Iranian Regime entered the Syrian Civil War for two main reasons. They thought that by crushing the Syrian uprising and helping to keep the Basar Assad dictatorship in power, they would discourage the Iranian people’s protest and make Assad so grateful to them that he would allow Syria to become an Iranian proxy.

Iran is supplying Houthis with advanced weaponry

Azita Carlson 05 April 2018

by Azita Carlson
The Saudi-led Arab coalition to defeat the Iran-backed Houthi militia in Yemen and restore the internationally recognized government has said that Iran is violating the UN arms embargo on the Houthis by attempting to supply them with advanced Iranian-built surface-to-air missile systems.
They say this could increase the air-defence threat to US allies in the region and weaken the chances for a peaceful resolution to the Yemeni crisis.

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