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The US Needs to Cut Ties Between Iran and Iraq Fast

The US Needs to Cut Ties Between Iran and Iraq Fast

By Shahriar Kia

The US is desperate to curb Iran’s influence over Iraq, but strangely, it may try to do this by giving Iraq long exemptions from sanctions on Iran.

Last month, when US sanctions against Iran’s oil industry came into place, eight countries were given 180-day sanction waivers. Less talked about was the 45-day sanction waiver given to Iraq, which many experts expect to see extended.

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IED Attacks on US Troops in Iraq War Point to Iran Regime

IED Attacks on US Troops in Iraq War Point to Iran Regime

By Staff Writer

In the second day of a federal trial, where civilian law firms and hundreds of victims of terrorist attacks during the Iraq War are taking on the Iranian Regime, experts have been connecting the dots between the improvised explosive device (IED) attacks that killed or maimed over 1,000 US troops and the lingering pain and suffering that they caused.

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CentCom Commander: Iran Is Middle East’s Biggest Threat

CentCom Commander: Iran Is Middle East’s Biggest Threat

By Staff Writer

The incoming commander of US Central Command in the Middle East has said that Iran’s malign behaviour has only increased this year.

Nominee Marine Lt. Gen. Kenneth McKenzie Jr., director of the Joint Staff since August 2017, told lawmakers at his Senate Armed Services Committee’s confirmation hearing on Tuesday that Iran is the Middle East’s “most significant long- and short-term threat”.

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Iran Regime Behind Formation of Iraqi PMF

Iran Regime Behind Formation of Iraqi PMF

By Staff Writer

The Hashd al-Shaabi militias in Iraq, known better as the Popular Mobilization Forces, were formed thanks to a coalition between the Iranian Regime’s Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) and the Lebanese terror group Hezbollah, according to a report on Iranian state TV.

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Iran’s Hit Squads Alarm British Security Officials

Iran’s Hit Squads Alarm British Security Officials

By Staff Writer

The Iranian Regime has been dispatching hit squads across Iraq to silence those critical of the mullahs’ interference in the Iraqi political system, according to British security officials.

Qassem Suleimani, the head of the Revolutionary Guards’ (IRGC) Quds Force, is said to be the person responsible for ordering the hit squads, which were first dispatched in May, following Iran’s failed attempts to get their candidates elected to the Iraqi government.

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Iran Using Hit Squads to Silence Critics in Iraq

Iran Using Hit Squads to Silence Critics in Iraq

By Staff Writer

Iran is using hit squads to silence their critics in Iraq, according to British security officials, after the mullahs were found to be meddling in Iraq’s new government.

The officials report that Qassem Suleimani, the head of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards’ elite Quds Force, ordered the deployment of the hit squads in order to intimidate opponents of Iranian interference in Iraqi politics.

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Eviction of Iran Regime From Syria and Iraq Is Vital for the Whole Region

Evection of Iran Regime From Syria and Iraq Is Vital for the Whole Region

By Mohammad Sadat Khansari

Earlier this year, U.S. President’s national security adviser John Bolton spoke about the Iranian regime and its role in the Middle East at the UN General Assembly. He said that U.S. troops are going to remain in Syria because of Iran regime’s interference there. “We’re not going to leave as long as Iranian troops are outside Iranian borders, and that includes Iranian proxies and militias.”

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