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A senior general of the Iranian regime’s Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) said Friday that Western demands from Teheran to allow inspection of its military sites as part of a future nuclear deal would receive “a response with lead.”
Brigadier General Amir Ali Hajizadeh, the head of the IRGC’s aerospace arm, said that his regime would never accept Western powers’ insistence on inspection of suspected nuclear sites housed in military facilities, calling it tantamount to allowing them to spy on the Iranian military.
The United Arab Emirates condemned the terrorist attack that targeted worshippers in a mosque in Saudi Arabia, in which dozens of people were killed and injured.
In a statement issued on Saturday, UAE’s Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Dr Anwar bin Mohammed Gargash said: “Such a heinous crime requires the international community to rally efforts to confront such cowardly acts and devious thoughts, which pay no respect to human lives and sacred places.”
The Iranian regime’s interest in proxy wars ‘is not a sign of its strength’ but a sign of weakness as the mullahs in Tehran stand on shaky domestic grounds, says Bruce McColm, the president of the Institute for Democratic Strategies.
Mr. McColm who in the past has been executive director of Freedom House wrote in The Hill: “In recent years and in the absence of material involvement of the United States in the region, Iran has grabbed the opportunity to fill the power vacuum. The result was an aggrandized picture of Iran’s regional power.”
NCRI - From May 19 to 21, the antihuman clerical regime in Iran executed 37 in prisons or on the streets of various cities.
Three prisoners were executed in public in the cities of Qouchan, Minab and Shiraz. The execution in Minab was carried out in football field in the town to further intensify the atmosphere of fear among the youth. In Shiraz, a prisoner that was condemned to death and about to be executed received 111 lashes.
Ambassador Giulio Terzi, former Foreign Minister of Italy will appear on a live question and answer session here entitled "Crisis in Middle East & Iran´s Destructive Role Europe´s Policy, P5+1 Nuclear Agreement With Iran."
The session will broadcast on Ncr-Iran.org at 12:00 Paris Local Time on Monday, 25 May 2015.
Former Prime Minister of Lebanon Saad Hariri on Friday condemned the suicide bombing that rocked a Shiite mosque in the eastern Saudi region of Qatif as as “terrorist” attach aimed at “stirring sedition” that serves the interests of Yemen's Iran-backed Houthis.
Hariri said in a statement: “The objectives of this criminal attack are obvious, because it is part of a vicious cycle seeking to stir sedition among the sons of the kingdom and to jeopardize its stability.”
President Barack Obama has signed legislation that gives Congress the power to review and potentially reject a nuclear deal with the Iranian regime. He signed the measure without ceremony Friday at the White House.
Negotiators from the P5+1 countries consisting of U.S., China, France, Russia, Great Britain and Germany are seeking a deal with Tehran by the end of June
NCRI - For the fourth consecutive day on Wednesday (20 May), the Iraqi agents stationed at the Iranian dissidents refugee camp located near Baghdad International Airport blocked the entry of vehicles to the camp that were carrying supplies needed for installation and maintenance of power generators and water filtration systems.
The measure that obstruct the provision water and electricity for the Iranian residents of Camp Liberty, causes failure of vital systems needed for minimum living condition in the camp.
Iraqi agents that continue to impose an inhuman siege on the Iranians in the camp said that they only would allow food to enter the camp.
Khamenei defies inspection of military sites, interview of nuclear scientists, continues duplicity bid to acquire the bomb
NCRI – The Iranian regime’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei rejected IAEA inspections of military sites and interview with nuclear scientists on Wednesday, May 20, thus disclosing his intentions to carry on the regime’s policy of concealment and duplicity in a bid to complete and advance its nuclear projects.
Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the Iranian Resistance's President-elect, made the following comment in this regard: Khamenei's remarks and his regime's conducts which coincide with the nuclear talks, reaffirm the fact that force and firmness are the only language the mullahs’ regime understands. After three decades of concealment and deception, adding six or nine months to the breakout time does not comprise a solution. Only the stringent implementation of UN Security Council resolutions can definitely prevent the regime from gaining access to the nuclear bomb. Placating negotiations with this religious fascism will not secure the world from the threat of nuclear-armed mullahs but will further incite their danger to the peoples of Iran, region and the world by giving time to the terrorist mullahs.
Over two dozen members of parliament in Bahrain issued a joint statement on the need for a close joint cooperation amongst Arab nations against "Iranian regime's animosities" in Yemen.
The statement issued Thursday, 28 Bahraini parliamentarians described Arab states' cooperation against Tehran's policies as legitimate and legal, and called for the continuation of eradication of mercenaries of the Iranian regime in Syria, Iraq and Lebanon.