Iran’s Revolutionary Guards develop 'mass surveillance' apps to spy on Regime Opponents

Editor 16 February 2018

 by Staff writer, SF
After an extensive investigation, Paris-based National Council of Resistance of Iran, a leading Iranian exile dissident group released a report on Thursday saying that
Iran’s intelligence services have “significantly accelerated” spying on their own citizens in the wake of anti-regime protests that rocked the nation.

More evidence that Iran regime helped al-Qaeda after 9/11

Navid Felker 12 February 2018

by Navid  Felker

Documents found at the compound of al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden in 2011 and released by the White House in 2017, show that the Iranian Regime was involved in the planning of terrorist attacks against the US after the attacks on September 11, 2001.

Iran-trained Extremists Arrested by Bahraini Government

Navid Felker 07 February 2018

by Navid  Felker

 Emergency and rescue workers were called to a fire in at oil pipeline in Buri village south of Manama, Bahrain, on November 10th, 2017.
“The incident was an act of sabotage and a dangerous act of terrorism aimed at harming the higher interests of the nation and the safety of the people,” the interior ministry said at the time. Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid bin Abdullah al-Khalifa was quoted as saying, “Terrorist acts witnessed by the country in the recent period are carried out through direct contacts and instructions from Iran.”

Iran Regime’s meddling in the region, desperate moves for survival

Armin Baldwin 06 February 2018

by Armin Baldwin

The Iranian Regime tries to diverge attentions from its unstable internal situation and nationwide protests, as can be clearly seen through their regional meddling, destabilisation campaigns, and their support for terrorist groups in the region.

Take for example, two separate visits to borders of Middle Eastern countries by high ranking Iranian Regime members and see if you can spot the dangers.

Iran official’s plundering of billions on war

Azita Carlson 29 January 2018

by Azita Carlson

The people of Iran decided, at the end of last month, to take to the streets to protest against the corrupt and negligent regime that is destroying their nation. The people are getting poorer and poorer, yet billions of dollars are sent abroad to fund terrorism, to support and arm various militias and proxy groups.

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