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News: Terrorism and fundamentalism

Iran Regime’s Role in Recruiting for ISIS

Iran Regime’s Role in Recruiting for ISIS

By Staff Writer

U.S. President Donald Trump's national security adviser has called Iran "the central banker of international terrorism" as he laid out a wider strategy for countering Tehran in the Middle East.

John Bolton told reporters on October 4 that the U.S. strategy toward Iran would use both military and nonmilitary means to push back on Iranian-backed militants, and their financial backers.

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Ex-Houthi Official Admits Crimes Against Yemeni People

Ex-Houthi Official Admits Crimes Against Yemeni People

By Staff Writer

The Iran-backed Houthi militias have committed "heinous crimes" against the Yemeni people, according to the militant group’s former propaganda chief who defected on Friday.

Abdelsalem Jaber, a self-styled information minister for the Houthis, explained during a press conference in Riyadh on Sunday that it is the right time for allied forces to complete the “liberation” of Yemen from the Houthis before detailing a long list of abuses carried out by Iran’s militia, including turning state institutions into competing “centres of power”.

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U.S. Must Act Against Iran Regime’s Terrorists

U.S. Must Act Against Iran Regime’s Terrorists

By Staff Writer

In October 1983, the Iran-backed Hezbollah drove a bomb-laden truck into a US Marine Corps barracks in Beirut, Lebanon, killing 241 US service members and injuring hundreds more. This followed an attack six months earlier on the US Embassy in Beirut, which left 63 people dead, including 17 Americans.

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Syria Envoy: The Us Will Pressure Iran Both Financially and Militarily

Syria Envoy: The Us Will Pressure Iran Both Financially and Militarily

By Amir Taghati

The US will be focusing on putting pressure on Iran both financially and by contesting its activities in Syria, Iraq and Yemen, according to the US envoy to Syria on Wednesday.

Ambassador James Jeffrey told reporters that Iran enjoys broad influence in those three countries and that, as a minimum, the mullahs should withdraw their armed militia forces from Syria.

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U.S. Gets Tough on Iran Regime-Backed Hezbollah

U.S. Gets Tough on Iran Regime-Backed Hezbollah

By Staff Writer

The U.S. Senate has passed two bills sanctioning the Iran-back Hezbollah terrorist group.

These bills, once signed by Donald Trump, will put in place sanctions against foreign nationals and companies that provide material support (including money or technology) to the Lebanese Hezbollah and its regional affiliates.

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