Iran's Plan for Hegemony in the Middle East

Navid Felker 10 November 2017

by Navid  Felker

One night in early November, a missile was fired by the Houthis at the Saudi city of Riyadh, the kingdom’s capital. After it was successfully shot down near the airport, it was examined, and the Saudi government claimed to know every detail about where it came from. Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir declared on Nov. 6th, “It was an Iranian missile, launched by Hizballah from territory occupied by the Houthis in Yemen.” The next day, Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman added, “Direct military aggression by the Iranian regime.”

Iran Defends Houthi's Attack on Saudi Arabia

Editor 09 November 2017

by Azita Carlson

Last weekend, the Houthi rebels in Yemen launched a ballistic missile towards the capital of Saudi Arabia. It was intercepted by air defence in the Kingdom and was brought down near the city’s international airport. Luckily there were no casualties because such a missile could have caused numerous injuries and deaths.

Iran Urges Pakistan to Follow in Its Footsteps

Navid Felker 09 November 2017

by Navid  Felker

The Iranian regime supports many different militias and proxy groups and has various different special forces that back up the country’s military abroad and at home. Iran is now urging Pakistan to do the same.

Iran's Links With Al-Qaeda Confirmed

Navid Felker 04 November 2017

by Navid  Felker

Earlier this week, the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) released a number of documents that were seized in 2011 proving that there is a relationship between the Islamic Republic of Iran and Al-Qaeda.
The documents were taken during the raid in which leader of Al-Qaeda Osama bin Laden was killed.

Links Between Iran Regime and Al-Qaeda

Editor 01 November 2017

by Navid  Felker

Iran has been particularly persistent in its fuelling of the Shiite Sunni war in the Middle East, so it seems odd to hear that there are links between Iran and al-Qaeda. However, the Shiite Iranian regime, which has persecuted much of the Sunni population in Iran, has a deep hatred of the United States, and so does Sunni group al-Qaeda.

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