The Turkish Foreign Ministry has summoned the Iranian regime’s ambassador after several high-ranking officials in Tehran made anti-Ankara statements about the situation in Syria, Anadolu Agency reported Friday.
A spokesperson for the Turkish Foreign Ministry said “Turkey does not need to ask permission from anyone while taking measures in line with international law against threats to its national security.”
In an article published on October 15th on Townhall.com, a political commentary website in U.S., Ayatollah Jalal Ganje’i a well-known religious figure and Chairman of the NCRI's Committee on Freedom of Religions and Denominations denounced Khamenei’s Nuclear Fatwa as an irrefutable lie.
Referring to the Iranian regime’s vocabulary for expansion of regional influence – “Eqtedar” [might] he wrote: “On September 4, mullahs’ Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei declared that the way forward for his regime is to ramp up its “eqtedar” [might].”
“ 'Eqtedar' is achieved by one of two ways. One is to expand regional influence through the export of terrorism, officially described as 'export of revolution.' It is this policy that has led to the establishment of Lebanese Hezbollah, propped up the Assad regime, and most recently contributed to the rise of Islamic State. The other is development of nuclear weapons to obtain international leverage.”
The ISIS (ISIL) “will not be overcome until Iraq and Syria have inclusive governments capable of marginalising its appeal and of mounting a sustained and effective response on the ground to the military and ideological threat it poses,” British Foreign Secretary said on Thursday.
Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said he had talks with Iraqi Prime Minister al-Abadi and other Iraqi officials on “a more inclusive approach; to de-centralisation of power to Iraq’s communities; and equitable sharing of Iraq’s natural resource wealth.”
The United States, United Nations and European Union should unite to condemn the 'vile atrocities' carried out in Iraqi Sunni with the backing of Iran, the European Iraqi Freedom Association has urged.
The association's president Struan Stevenson said the outrages carried out by former Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki’s forces and the militia affiliated with Iran had pushed Iraq more than ever towards a sectarian and religious war.
Iraqi forces deprive Camp Libety residents of using their own forklift trucks forcing them to carry heavy loads with their hands or on their backs
The anti-human torture has caused residents severe orthopedic diseases
NCRI - The Iraqi forces continue to prevent residents of Camp Liberty from using their own forklift trucks. As a result of this anti-human measure, residents are forced to carry heavy loads with their hands or on their backs.
A federal court in Washington, D.C. has ruled that the Iranian regime “must be punished to the fullest extent legally possible for the bombing in Beirut on October 23, 1983.”
Judge Royce Lamberth described the bombing which killed 241 Marines and wounded many others, as “an evil and cruel attack, intended to cause death, destruction, and emotional devastation.”