By Staff Writer
The Yemeni Foreign Minister Abdul Malak al-Mekhlafi has stressed that Iran can never be part of the solution to the Yemeni civil war as they are involved in the war itself.
He said: “[Iran’s interference in Yemen] represents an additional disaster to the Yemeni people’s sufferings.”
NCRI - Earlier this month, the United States, the United Kingdom and France launched missile strikes on Syrian regime targets following the use of chemical weapons on civilians. It was very clear that the strikes were targeted and precise and were being carried out in response to the Syrian regime’s attack on the Syrian people.
NCRI - While the beating of a girl by Iran regime's so-called “Guidance Patrol” has caused people’s outrage, the head of the regime's judiciary says police “must not retreat a single step”.
According to the state-run IRNA news agency, on Monday April 23, Sadeq Larijani, head of the judiciary, said: “We should not allow any person to resist the legal actions of law enforcement or insult an agent.”
The need to tackle Iran’s reactionary ideology in Africa
One of the less noticed destructive and dangerous dimensions of Iranian regime’s international activities is its presence in Africa; the following article by Heshmat Alavi, published in Al Arabiya sheds light on the main aspects of this important issue.
NCRI - The Prime Minister of Yemen has stated that the ballistic missiles and drones currently being used by the Houthi militia to target Saudi Arabia are made by Iran.
Ahmed Obeid bin Daghr is the leader of the internationally recognised Yemeni government that was forced to flee in 2014 when the Iran-backed Houthis took over the capital.