By Reza Shafiee
July 18th 1994 is the anniversary of a terrorist attack on foreign soil carried out by the Iranian regime’s proxies in Argentina. The attack a.k.a AMIA leveled a five story building in the capital Buenos Aires. According to the information collected from local authorities 85 people lost their lives and some 300 others were injured. Soon it was made public that the bombing was planned and ordered by the Iranian regime and carried out by Lebanese Hezbollah and its offshoot Ansar Allah.
The U.S. president’s decision to quit the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) on May 8th and to resume sanctions against the Iranian Regime, was just the beginning of a dark phase for Iran’s already poor economy.
On May14th, the president of the United States released a statement on global oil resources and gave the green light for more sanctions against Iran.
By Amir Taghati
The commander of the Iranian Regime’s Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) has threatened that Iran will block all exports in the Gulf’s Strait of Hormuz if the international community abides by US calls to stop buying Iranian oil from November, when sanctions are re-imposed.