News: Terrorism and fundamentalism
Albania's Prime Minister Edi Rama has shown the world that his country will not be bullied by the tyrants from Tehran
The following article by Struan Stevenson the Coordinator of the Campaign for Iran Change (CiC). and a member of the European Parliament representing Scotland (1999-2014) was published by UPI on Dec. 21, 2018.
The Albanian government ought to kick out every single Iranian diplomat in this country for what they were part of bringing terrorism to this country
On 15 December 2018 Patrick Kennedy made a Speech in Albania with the Iranian opposition members who were joining a video conference of the gatherings of Iranian communities simultaneously held in 42 cities and capitals of Europe, North America and Australia on Saturday, the following is an excerpt from this speech:
By Staff Writer
The Iranian Regime ordered a Palestinian terror cell to carry out the Lockerbie bombing in 1988, according to the daughter of a former terrorist.
Saha Khreesat, 43, said that her father Marwan Khreesat told relatives that the plot to down Pam Am 103 with explosives stored in a stowed suitcase was actually organised by Ahmed Jibril, leader of the Palestinian terrorist group Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine-General Command (PFLP-GC), of which Marwan was a member, on the orders of the Iranian Regime.
Press release- Friends of a Free Iran
Brussels- 21 December 2018
Friends of a Free Iran in the European Parliament welcomes the expelling of Iranian regime’s ambassador and another diplomat-terrorist from Albania.
In recent months, several Iran regime’s terror plots have been neutralized by European and American Security agencies. An Iranian diplomat arrested in Germany is now facing trial in Belgium for a bomb plot targeting the opposition PMOI (MEK) Free Iran gathering in Paris on 30 June 2018.
Albania said Wednesday that it has expelled two Iranian diplomats for allegedly engaging in illegal activities that threaten the country's security.
A spokesman from the Foreign Ministry told The Associated Press that the two diplomats were expelled for "violating their diplomatic status." The spokesman said the move followed talks with other countries, including Israel.
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.