The mullahs' regime is continuing its criminal attacks and killings against the people in Eastern Ghouta of Syria in violation of the UN Security Council resolution 2401, which was ratified unanimously on February 24. These attacks are a clear example of crime against humanity and war crime.
Unless Iranian regime is evicted and IRGC is expelled from Syria, war and crisis will continue
The Iranian Resistance strongly condemns the brutal bombardment and the merciless killing of defenseless people of East Ghouta and imposing a criminal siege on this area. While saluting the persistent people of Syria, it offers its sincerest condolences and sympathies to the bereaved families, and wishes a quick recovery for the wounded.
Mr. Jean-Yves Le Drian, the Foreign Minister of France, reiterated on Wednesday, February 7, that he wanted “withdrawal of all of those who ought not to be in Syria, including Iranian militia, including Hezbollah.”
Embassy of Iran regime in Tirana, Albania
Following the mullahs’ regime efforts against the PMOI in Albania, and deployment of intelligence and Quds Force agents to this country, the Ministry of Intelligence (MOIS) appointed Mostafa Roodaki, a veteran agent of MOIS, as the first secretary of the regime's embassy in Albania.
A spokesperson of the Federal Prosecutor’s Office of Germany in Karlsruhe said that the residence and working places of 10 individuals who are suspected of engaging in espionage for one of the Iranian regime’s secret services have been searched. The individuals are suspected of conducting surveillance against targets, individuals and places in Germany. According to media reports, these individuals are suspected of carrying out assignments for the terrorist Quds Force of the Iranian regime’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC).
Firing of another missile from Yemen at Riyadh by the mullahs’ regime on December 19th showed once again that the mullahs' regime will not stop war and export of terrorism and fundamentalism as long as it is in power. This insane act clearly shows the impasse this regime is facing and that it has no other option for its survival other than to intensify war in the region.
This is the second firing of missiles at Riyadh by IRGC over the past weeks. During previous months, it also fired another missile at Mecca. The mullahs’ regime views the inaction of the world community as a greenlight to continue these warmongering meddling.
While displaying the remnants of some of the ballistic missiles and weapons that the mullahs regime provided to their mercenaries in Yemen, the U.S. Mission to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, said on Thursday, December 14, 2017 that the Iranian regime is illegally providing the Houthi militants in Yemen with dangerous weapons, and evidence shows this regime “sows conflict and extremism in direct violation of UN Security Council resolutions.” She added, “Aid from Iran’s Revolutionary Guard to dangerous militias and terror groups is increasing. Its ballistic missiles and advanced weapons are turning up in warzones across the region. It’s hard to find a conflict or a terrorist group in the Middle East that does not have Iran’s fingerprints all over it.”
In an address to Majlis (the mullahs’ parliament) on Sunday, December 10, Iran regime’s president praised the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and its mercenary militias in countries in the region and ironically described them as “an element of security” in the region. In his abhorring remarks, Hassan Rouhani said, “I kiss the hands of the combatants of Islam and the combatants of resistance… They secured Syria. They secured Lebanon. God willing in future, they will also secure Yemen. They are endeavoring full force to make the region secure… Today is the day when we must get actively engaged in the region, economically, culturally, and politically."
Welcoming this act, the Iranian Resistance calls on the Argentine Government and the Judiciary as well as the international community to bring before justice all those responsible for AMIA bombing and those who murdered Judge Alberto Nisman
On Thursday, 7 December 2017, a federal judge in Argentina ordered the arrest of the country’s former president Cristina Fernandez, and a number of her aides and allies including her Minister of Foreign Affairs Hector Timerman on charge of “treason” for covering up the role of officials of the Iranian regime in a 1994 bombing of a Jewish center in Buenos Aires.