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The Saudi Defense Ministry announced on April 22 that on the request of President of Yemen, Operation Decisive Storm that has successfully achieved its goals ends and Operation “Renewal of Hope” in Yemen begins. General Ahmed al-Assiri said that in Operation Decisive Storm, Houthis weapons and ballistic missiles were destroyed and threats to the region and neighboring countries was removed.
President of Yemen Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi told Yemeni people in a TV message that due to the animosity of the Houthis, with the assistance from the Iranian regime, Yemen was at a very dangerous juncture.
According to a survey released by Fox News on Friday, over 60 percent of those polled said respondents believe that “Iran poses a real national security threat to the United States,” and the U.S. fight against Islamic extremists was going “very badly” or “somewhat badly”.
A majority of Americans also disapprove of U.S. President Barack Obama’s handling of the Iranian nuclear issue and 50% said negotiating with the Iranian regime was the “wrong thing” to do “because Iran can’t be trusted to honor any agreement so a deal won’t stop them from getting nukes”.
On Thursday, the Iranian regime’s henchmen hanged a group of nine men including a 70-year-old who had been held in prison for the past fourteen years, allegedly for drug-related offences.
The prisoners were all hanged in the main prison in the city of Bandar Abbas in the southern province of Hormozgan.
U.S. Senators began a debate on the bipartisan Iran bill that would give Congress the authority to review any final nuclear deal with the Iranian regime, aimed at curbing the clerical regime’ nuclear program.
Sens. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) and Ben Cardin (D-Md.) made their opening statements about the proposal on Thursday.
A convoy of Iranian ships in the Arabian Sea, believed to be carrying arms to Houthi rebels in Yemen are moving away from that country, a U.S. military official said on Friday.
The official, speaking anonymously, calls this a "promising sign" adding that the Pentagon will continue to watch the ships carefully.
NCRI - On April 14 and 21, 2015, the Iraqi Governmental Committee at Iraqi Prime Ministry tasked to suppress residents of Camp Liberty took Iranian regime’s Ministry of Intelligence (MOIS) and terrorist Qods Force agents to the camp under the pretext of residents’ families. The travel of these agents to Iraq and their stay has been arranged by regime’s embassy in Baghdad.
Text of speech by Dr Sanabargh Zahedi, chair of the Judicial Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), at European Parliament Conference on religious freedom in Iran, 22 April 2015:
Good afternoon dear friends,
It is a great pleasure for me to be here to address a very painful issue that has been going on for so many years in my bleeding country. I wish to thank honourable MEPs Mr Andrew Lewer and Mr Peter Van Dalen for organizing this important conference on Religious Freedom in Iran.
Mr. Mohammad Mohaddessin, chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, said during an online question and answer session on April 17, 2015 that the involvement of the Iranian regime in Yemen, that the meddling of the Iranian regime in Iraq, Syria and Yemen, as well as its nuclear projects brought nothing for the Iranian people except poverty, unemployment, and inflation and that all the people want it to stop.
This measure has been carried out in two consecutive weeks by mullahs’ regime embassy and agents of Iraqi suppressive Committee
NCRI - On Tuesday, 21 April 2015, for the second consecutive week, agents of the Iraqi Committee tasked to suppress Ashraf took a number of agents of Iranian regime’s Ministry of Intelligence (MOIS) and the terrorist Qods Force to the police station of Camp Liberty under the pretext of camp residents’ families. These agents whose travel to and residence in Iraq have been organized by regime’s embassy in Baghdad had to go through several checkpoints to get to Camp Liberty that could have only been managed through the assistance of Iraqi security forces.
NCRI - On Tuesday, April 21, Mr. Hamid Farrokhi, a deprived peddler in Tabriz who had committed self-immolation in protest to mullahs’ regime oppression on April 13 in front of the municipal building of District Eight in Tabriz, lost his life due to severity of his burns.
This man of 43 had referred to the municipality to get back his petty property that had been confiscated by the suppressive forces. They not only refused to return his trivial property as the only means of earning a living for his family, but ridiculed him who had threatened to commit suicide out of all kinds of pressures in his life and provoked him to do it.