Saudi Arabia's foreign minister on Tuesday denounced the Iranian regime’s "support" for rebels seeking to "destabilise" neighbouring Yemen.
“We are not advocating war, but we are ready for it,” said Prince Saud al-Faisal during his speech at the weekly meeting of the Shura Council in the capital Riyadh.
The Iranian regime and world powers are beginning a final day of talks to reach an outline agreement on the country’s nuclear program, with Germany’s foreign minister saying that negotiations are at a crucial stage, the Bloomberg reports.
“We’re in a bit of a crisis with the talks; perhaps we have a bit of a new approach, we will see,” Frank-Walter Steinmeier told reporters today. At the same time, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov is returning to the talks, a sign that a deal is still within reach.
Following its defeat in the Iran-Iraq war, since a quarter of a century ago, by drawing on its experience in shaping the Lebanese Hezbollah, the Iranian regime planned to take advantage of Yemen’s religious fabric to form a mercenary group in that country to be used as a spring board for its aggression against Yemen and the Arabian Peninsula.
The clerical regime decided that the al-Houthi Tribe is a suitable candidate to organize such a venture and thus started to employ them since that time:
The Iranian regime has “no intention” of keeping its word on an agreement being negotiated in Switzerland over its nuclear programme, U.s House speaker John Boehner said on Sunday.
Speaking on CNN, Boehner said: “We’ve got a regime that’s never quite kept their word about anything”.
Khamenei orders heightened executions and rocket attack on Camp Liberty to control the situation inside the country, following the “Decisive Storm” operation
NCRI - The Supreme Leader of the Iranian regime, Ali Khamenei, fearful of the reverberations of the Arab coalition’s ‘Decisive Storm’ military operation against occupation of Yemen by the clerical regime's mercenaries, and to control the situation domestically, has ordered his regime’s officials to increase secret and overt executions, and the regime's Quds Force has missioned its Iraqi proxy group Asa’ib Ahl al-Haq to conduct rocket and terrorist attacks against Camp Liberty near Baghdad International Airport that houses Iranian opposition members.
The Iranian regime’s Foreign Ministry summoned the Turkish chargé d'affaires in Tehran on Sunday, demanding Ankara explain recent critical comments by President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan crtisizing the regime’s policy in the region.
Turkey’s president warned on Thursday that the Iranian regime is trying to dominate the region, adding that Ankara could provide “logistical support” to Saudi Arabia in its military operations against the Houthi rebels in Yemen.
The tense international negotiations aimed at preventing the Iranian regime from developing nuclear weapons are headed down to the wire with prospects darkening after Tehran rejected what Western negotiators consider a critical part of any deal.
For months, the Iranian regime tentatively agreed that it would send a large portion of its stockpile of uranium to Russia, where it would not be accessible for use in any future weapons program. But on Sunday deputy foreign minister of the clerical regime made a surprise comment to Iranian reporters, ruling out an agreement that involved giving up a stockpile that has cost the country billions of dollars to amass.
In a clear breach of the international law, Iraqi investigative judge has referred the case of the Iranian refugee to the Iranian regime's embassy in Baghdad
Call on the US and UN for the immediate release of PMOI member Safar Zakery who has been in detention for the past two weeks
All of the Iraqi officials’ daily promises in the past two weeks regarding the release of Mr. Zakery have proven to be hollow
NCRI - In the morning of Monday, 16 March 2015, Mr. Safar Zakery, who has been a Camp Liberty septic truck driver for the past 3 years, was on his way back to the camp after emptying his truck, and while he was accompanied by an Iraqi police officer in the truck, his truck was hit by an Iraqi SWAT unit HUMVEE.
As chaos and bloodshed have spread in the Middle East the White House is facing heavy pressure from its traditional Sunni Arab allies, Congress and some in the U.S. military to confront Iran more forcefully over its support for militant groups, the Washington Post reports.
Although the U.S. has supported the Saudi-led attacks in Yemen with intelligence and logistical help, and in Iraq, has pressured Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to disentangle Iranian-backed groups from government forces in exchange for the firepower of U.S. warplanes over the city of Tikrit, the critics of Administration believe the push to confront the Iranian regime has come too late.
NCRI - Members of families and relatives of the victims of 1988 massacre of political prisoners and those killed by the Iranian regime in the 1980s were banned from paying homage to their loved ones at their burial site outside Tehran.
The state security forces and agents of the Iranian regime’s Ministry of Intelligence and Security prevented the families from holding a gathering that traditionally is held on the last Friday of the ending Iranian year at the burial site in Khavaran cemetery.