Iranian Expansionism Destroying the Middle East

NCRI Staff

NCRI - The aggressive expansionism of the Iranian Regime has caused violence and divisions across the Middle East, while their efforts to create regional proxy militias are worsening the situation in three already unstable countries: Syria, Yemen, and Iraq.

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Draft UN Resolution to Condemn Iran Regime for Supplying Houthis With Ballistic Weapons

NCRI Staff

NCRI - A draft United Nations resolution to condemn the Iranian Regime for allowing its ballistic missiles to get into the hands of Yemen’s terrorist Houthi group, proposed by the United Kingdom, the United States and France, was welcomed on Sunday by Saudi Arabia.

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Aiding Iraq Is a Mistake While Iran Regime Is Still in Power There

NCRI Staff

NCRI - Iraq is set to get $30 billion to be used for reconstruction plans, but many are questioning why anyone would invest such a substantial sum in a country with deployed militias and rampant corruption.

Abdulrahman al-Rashed, the former General Manager of Al Arabiya News Channel, wrote: “Who would want to invest money in a country her militias are deployed and corruption is rampant? There is sectarianism there and the government is weak.”

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Iran-Backed Militia Threatens Us Troops in Iraq

NCRI Staff

NCRI - An Iranian-backed militia group that is currently supported fighting in Iraq and Syria just threated the US military in Iraq and warned the Americans to withdraw their troops.

In a televised interview, Nasr al-Shamri, an executive director of the terrorist proxy group Harakat al-Nujaba, said: “We will never forget the atrocities of the United States in our country and we still have not settled a score with America.”

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How the Iranian Regime Is Waging a Proxy War in the Middle East

NCRI Staff

NCRI - The Iranian Regime has been merging its proxy groups across the Middle East with existing local defence forces in various countries, which become a part of that country’s army.

This is evidenced in an April 2017 memo from the Syrian armed forces, which stated that the defence forces would replace the Iranian proxies eventually. This may lead you to believe that Iran is removing itself from the Syrian conflict, but this is simply untrue.

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New Sanctions Against Iran Regime-Proxy Hezbollah

NCRI Staff

NCRI -There can be no doubt that the Lebanese Hezbollah does the bidding of the Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and as such they deserved the latest round of sanctions against them.

The sanctions, passed by the US on Friday, will delay the flow of illicit money to Hezbollah’s war chest and attack its ability to help the IRGC fight for the Syrian dictator Bashar al Assad. This will be the first in a wave of sanctions against Hezbollah.

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Iran: Reaction of a Senior Official to Slogan “Neither Gaza nor Lebanon, My Life Is for Iran”

NCRI Staff

NCRI - Regarding the slogan of Iranian protesters condemning the regime's interference in other countries, Ali Akbar Velayati, senior advisor to the regime's supreme leader, Ali Khamenei, claimed, those who chant the slogan “neither Gaza nor Lebanon, my life is for Iran” are “ignorant and mercenaries”.

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Proof of Iran Regime’s Ignoring Yemen Arms Embargo

NCRI Staff

NCRI - On Monday January29th, US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley welcomed a group of UN Security Council ambassadors to Washington DC. Part of their time there was spent viewing parts of weapons and debris that is said to be proof that Iran has been meddling in the war in Yemen.

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Is Iran Regime Controlling the Taliban?

NCRI Staff

NCRI - More than 280 people have been killed and injured in a suicide bombing by the Taliban in Kabul on Saturday, one of several in recent weeks, but the question remains: who is ordering these attacks?

Some have speculated that Pakistan is responsible, but that theory doesn’t hold water. Why would Pakistan want to jeopardise its four-decade relationship with the US in order to work with the Taliban?

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