NCRI - An Iranian hacking group has been caught targeting Saudi Arabia’s energy and aviation sectors, according to a cyber security firm.
FireEye, a cybersecurity vendor, revealed that a hacking group with ties to the Iranian Regime, known as APT33, has been responsible for cyber espionage operations targeting Saudi petrochemical and aviation sectors since at least 2013.
NCRI - A former Yemeni presidential guard officer loyal to deposed president Ali Abdullah Saleh revealed that women from Iran's regime train Houthi women and prepare them for using different types of weapons.
NCRI - The President of Yemen, Abdrabbuh Mansur Hadi stresses that the Houthis' obedience to Iran regime is a critical issue for Yemem. He intends to control the Houthi militias on the Strait of Bab-el-Mandeb. On Monday, September 11, the Yemeni President in an interview with Alquds Alarabi Newspaper stated that the Houthi militias violate their agreement with the Yemeni government as they receive orders from Tehran. We understand the danger of Iran regime as well as its involvements in the region.
NCRI - The Deputy Director of International Affairs of overseas schools announced that an Iranian school whose license was not renewed, was closed in Sharjah, the UAE.
On September 10, Ali Hosseini in an interview with Tasnim News, affiliated with the terrorist Qods Force, stated that the political relation of Iran and the UAE is not close and therefore, some overseas schools have faced various problems.
Veteran IRGC and MOIS Members Make Up Murderers’ Row
Iran’s new cabinet is stacked with former Revolutionary Guard (IRGC) and Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) members who have overseen most of the brutal human rights violations over the last three decades.
NCRI - The US military is paying very close attention to Iran’s violent proxy militia groups in Iraq following reports that they will start killing US troops once the Islamic State (IS) has left the country.
The IS defeat is drawing closer. It is estimated that the group which formerly had 25,000 members is now down to a few thousand. This means that the Hezbollah threat is drawing closer.
By NCRI Staff
NCRI - On Tuesday, September 5, 2017. Muqtada Sadr, leader of Sadri current in Iraq, refused to meet with Hashemi Shahroudi, the envoy of Ali Khamenei, Supreme Leader of the Iranian regime.
“The envoy of Khamenei carries a sectarian project that would cause loss and damage to Iraq,” Baghdad Press reported quoting Amir al-Kanani, a leader of the Sadr's current, in an explanation of the rejection to meet with envoy of Ali Khamenei to Iraq. "