Sanctioning Iran’s Revolutionary Guards will have positive impact in the Region

Navid Felker 23 May 2018

by Navid  Felker
A report was recently released by The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) that confirms that chlorine gas was used by the Assad regime in the attack on northern Syrian town of Saraqeb in early February. As we know, this was not the first time the regime used chemical weapons against civilian populations. Apparently, it was also not even the most recent incident.

Bolton's Quest for Justice for 80 Million Iranian People Is Not "Warmongering"

Navid Felker 28 March 2018

by Navid  Felker

As always when Iran faces a new threat, the pro-Iran lobby has been working hard to falsify and distort events. When it was announced that the US national security adviser H.R. McMaster is to be replaced by former United Nations Ambassador John Bolton, the lobby got to work.

Iraq's Interest in the Protests in Iran

Atousa Pilger 12 January 2018

by Atousa Pilger

The ongoing protests in Iran are making the Iranian regime extremely concerned about its future. The country is in a state of chaos with the people calling out for an end to the rule of the corrupt regime. The people want freedom, democracy and human rights, and they are quite rightly very concerned about their future.

Iran Conducts Further Missile Tests

08 February 2017

Just days after being put “on notice” by the White House for conducting a ballistic missile test, Iran has fired off five advanced surface-to-air missiles in a military exercise.

The Hunter missiles were successfully launched from Dasht-e Kavir, a remote desert area in the middle of Iran, on Sunday.  That type of missile in used to down aircraft and incoming missiles.

Hillary Clinton’s private reservations about Iran nuclear deal

25 October 2016

In the English edition of Asharq Al-Awsat, Eli Lake wrote an article about Hillary Clinton and her private scepticism and concerns about the Iranian regime. 

Hillary Clinton allegedly said after the 2013 elections in Iran that Hassan Rouhani had only won because it was allowed by Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and the Revolutionary Guard Corps.

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