A ballistic missile from Yemen has been intercepted on Thursday by Saudi air defense forces in southern city of Khamis Mushait in the south western province of Assir.
The missile attack is the second this month since the November 4 missile intercepted near King khalid International Airport in Riyadh.
The Arab League in November 19 cited that since the beggining of conflict in Yemen 78 ballistic missiles have been fired towards Saudi Arabia from Yemen.
NCRI - Officials of Afghanistan opposed the presence of Afghan militants to fight under the command of the terrorist Quds Force in Fatemiyun division and Hashed al-Sha’bi in Syria and Iraq.
Abdullah Abdullah, executive director of Afghanistan’s National Unity Government, said on Monday, November 27, at a meeting of the Council of Ministers in Kabul, “The Afghan government's policy of fighting Daesh (ISIS) is clear. We do not support the presence and participation of Afghans in the war in any country.”
NCRI - The French daily Figaro reported that the Iranian regime is launching a major cyber-espionage operation against Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri and several other government officials to help Hezbollah in the upcoming elections in Lebanon.
“The Iranian regime is planning to influence Lebanon's 2018 elections and expand its influence in the Middle East through widespread cyber hacking operations... Western intelligence services have concluded that hackers of the so-called Oil Rig cyber-attack operations are funded by Iran’s Ministry of Defense,” Figaro wrote.
NCRI - It has been reported that Mohammad Bagheri, the Iran regime’s Chief of Staff, travelled to Damascus, the Syrian capital in an effort to show that there is unity between Iran’s regime and the Syrian president Bashar al Assad’s regime.
It was also meant as a way of showing cooperation between Shia allies in the fight against the Islamic State group and the opposition fighters and that it has been successful and fruitful.
NCRI - While the Iranian regime has until January to implement its commitments to the international anti-money laundering organization, the government of Hassan Rouhani presented to the parliament the bill on accession of the regime to the international convention against financing terrorism.
The presentation of this plan, which will put the government under more international control, has become a new issue in the internal conflicts of the Iranian regime, such that Khamenei's faction described the plan as a bigger earthquake which ultimately results in the sanctions of the commander of the terrorist Quds Force, Qassem Soleimani, by government bodies.
NCRI - It has been reported that children as young as fifteen are being recruited by the Iranian regime to participate in armed conflicts. This is a blatant disregard of international law and the UN Security Council has reminded Iran that the UN Charter on children’s rights is applicable.
The International Criminal Court sees the recruitment of anyone under eighteen years old for any activities related to armed combat as a war crime.
NCRI - A council of scholars from Pakistan has warned the world that the Iranian Regime’s constant attempts to destabilise Middle Eastern countries- with help from terrorist proxy groups; Hezbollah and the Houthis- is a threat to security both in the region and around the world.
The Council of Pakistani Scholars told the international community that they must recognise the threat posed by the Iranian Regime and its proxies in order to take decisive action against it and prevent the disastrous consequences that would arise from additional Iranian-made crises in the Middle East.