As the clerical regime of Iran is facing problem in sending more forces to Syria due to its extensive losses in that country, Khamenei has ordered Iranian citizenship to be granted to those Afghan citizens who are involved in the killing of the Syrian people in the Army called Fatemune, announced a mullah by the name of Mohammad-Ali Shahidi Mahallati, head of a foundation called Shahid (Javan Newspaper affiliated with the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps - IRGC, March 12, 2017)
The Iranian Resistance strongly condemns the trip of criminal cleric Hashem Hosseini Boushehri, a member of the Presidency of the Assembly of Experts and Vice Chairman of two organs of the regime for the export of terrorism and fundamentalism called "Al-Mustafa Society" and "Al-Zahra Society" to Austria and calls for its cancellation. The mandate of Al-Mustafa Society and Al-Zahra Society is the recruitment of non-Iranian mercenaries and training and organizing them for terrorist operations and expansion of Islamic extremism outside of Iran.
Position of Mr. Mohammad Mohaddessin, the Chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), on new sanctions imposed on the Iranian regime:
While welcoming the new sanctions,
The need for additional sanctions on the Revolutionary Guards and other entities involved in suppression, terrorism and fundamentalism must be recognized
Missiles launched under Khamenei authorization & Rouhani's orders
The Iranian Resistance emphasizes the need for a firm reaction vis-à-vis Iran’s mullahs for violating United Nations Security Council Resolution 2231, and continuing to build and test-launch ballistic missiles able to deliver nuclear payloads. Such action is needed to establish peace and tranquility, and stand against continued regional warmongering by Iran.
Khamenei, in order to continue and expand its criminal meddling in Iraq, has appointed Revolutionary Guard Brigadier General Iraj Masjedi, deputy commander of the terrorist Qods Force, as the new ambassador to that country. In the past 30 years, Masjedi has always played a key role in terrorist operations of the clerical regime outside Iran, particularly in Iraq and Syria.
On January 13, ‘The Hill’ published an alarming article by Struan Stevenson President of the European Iraqi Freedom Association (EIFA).former MEP and President of the Parliament’s Delegation for Relations with Iraq from 2009 to 2014 , the following is the full text.
Unofficial reports in Iran are hinting at the possible appointment of Ebrahim Raisi as the likely successor to the late Ayatollah Hashemi Rafsanjani’s position as head of the Expediency Council, a powerful body, which is intended to resolve disputes between the Iranian parliament and the Guardian Council. Rafsanjani died of a heart attack on Sunday, Jan. 8. Although relatively unknown in the West, the 56 year-old Raisi was a key member of the “Death Commission” that in the summer of 1988, oversaw the massacre of 30,000 political prisoners, mostly members of the opposition People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI or MEK).
The assassination plot targeting German politician Reinhold Robbe and spying on a business college in Paris and a professor of this facility, all by the religious fascism ruling Iran, redouble the necessity to end relations with this terrorist and fundamentalist regime, and to expel its agents from these European countries. Inaction vis-à-vis a regime described by the Iranian people as the “Godfather of Daesh (ISIS/ISIL)” has encouraged it to escalate its espionage and efforts to execute terrorist attacks.
The Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) and its affiliated militia are making every effort to breach the ceasefire and resume killing innocent people on the orders of the Iranian regime's supreme leader Ali Khamenei. The IRGC, its militia and the Assad Army continued their criminal attacks in Wadi Barada, northwest of Damascus, on Thursday and Friday (December 29 and 30) in a bid to rekindle the war.
IRGC presence, transfer of weapons to Syria are flagrant violations of UNSC resolutions
The main Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) command center and barracks in Aleppo is at “Fort Behuth,” located 30 kilometers southeast of the city (5 kilometers south of the city of al-Safire). Iran has named this site as “Fort Hazrat Roqiye,” under the command of IRGC Brigadier General Seyed Javad Ghafari, commanding all IRGC forcers in Aleppo.