Iran hidden ballistic missile sites

Iran and Its Hidden Ballistic Missile Sites

Armin Baldwin 16 October 2019

By Armin Baldwin

It has been reported by the Daily Star publication in the United Kingdom that Iran is getting ready for war.

The main opposition to the Iranian regime, the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), has previously disclosed information and images related to missile sites that have not been seen before. The missile sites are spread the whole way across Iran.

The Iranian regime, that has been ordering clampdowns on society at home, seems to be heavily involved in the crackdown in Iraq too.

Iranian Regime’s Meddling in Iraq Under Diplomatic Cover

Azita Carlson 11 October 2019

By Azita Carlson

Where there is trouble in the Middle East, the belligerent Iranian regime is not far away. In Iraq, the people are protesting social and economic conditions and they want to see the Iranian regime removed from the country and they are calling for the end to the regime’s interference in internal affairs.

The US Ambassador to Saudi Arabia John Abizaid recently spoke about Iran’s influence in the region, saying that the Iranian regime is “always ready to have somebody else fight their fight”. Although Iran’s actions could be interpreted as it gaining strength, Mr. Abizaid said that it is, in fact, having the opposite effect.

Iraqis protest Iranian interference

Iraqis Protest Iranian Interference

Atousa Pilger 09 October 2019

By Atousa Pilger

Angry protesters in Najaf, southern Iraq, set fire to the offices of the Iran-backed Asaeb al-Haq militia group, which is led by Qeis al-Khazali, and burnt them to the ground on Wednesday.

While in Amarah, Iraqi demonstrators set fire to all offices and bases of the militia, and in Najaf and Dhi Qar, they burned two sites associated with the group run by Amar al-Hakim, an Iraqi official with known ties to Tehran.

Fayeq al-Sheikh Ali, a member of the Iraqi Parliament

Iraqi MP: Suleimani Snipers Target Iraqi Protesters

Navid Felker 07 October 2019

by Navid Felker

Fayeq al-Sheikh Ali, a member of the Iraqi Parliament, accused Iran of killing Iraqi protesters.

Ghassem Suleimani, Commander of the Quds Force of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard (IRGC), is responsible for the murder of Iraqi demonstrators, said Ahmad Al-Jabouri, another member of the Iraqi Parliament, on Saturday, 5 October 2019.

Canada’s Conservative Party Leader to list Iran's IRGC

Canada’s Conservative Party Leader to List Iran's IRGC as FTO in Case Elected

Armin Baldwin 03 October 2019

By Armin Baldwin

Canadian Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer said on Tuesday that a Conservative government would designate Iran's military unit, the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), as a terrorist organization and follow a similar decision taken by the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump earlier this year.

Iran bears responsibility for the Saudi oil attack  and there is no other plausible explanation.

Further Intelligence Details Iran’s Role in Saudi Oil Attack

Atousa Pilger 02 October 2019

By Atousa Pilger

On Saturday 14th September, a number of Saudi oil installations were attacked. Houthi rebels in Yemen claimed responsibility for the attack soon afterward, but it quickly became clear that this was highly unlikely.

Although Houthi rebels have launched numerous drone and missile attacks on Saudi Arabia over the past few years, they have usually been intercepted by Saudi defense systems. Or they have caused very little damage. So to have suddenly progressed to having the ability to be behind the Saudi attacks seems impossible.

A number of leaders were quick to point the finger at Iran. And after days of investigation, several other leaders came to the same conclusion. On the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York last week, an E3 joint statement also said that all evidence points to Iran’s involvement.

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