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Iran Focus

London, 27 Sep - Hezbollah, the Iranian-backed terror group, recently angered the Iraqi government by arranging the safe transport of hundreds of ISIS fighters across Syria from the Lebanon border to the Iraqi one.

This was seen by Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi as an effort by Hezbollah Secretary-General Sayyid Hassan Nasrallah to undermine Iraq’s efforts to tackle both the ISIS threat and the Iranian one.

However, it was not the first time that something like this happened, nor would it be the last.

While the US is distracted by the North Korean threat, Hezbollah has begun training Iraqi militiamen in Lebanon to fight on behalf of the terror group.

Iran Focus

London, 25 Sep - Although it was common knowledge for some time now, a ranking member of the Iranian Regime has confessed that they exported terrorism across the Middle East and Africa.

Mullah Kazem Sediqi, the Friday prayer leader in Tehran, said on September 22: "We conducted a revolution in Iran, but today we are defending in Syria; today our reputation is heard all over Africa, an altar is set up in Nigeria."

He also confessed that the theocratic regime’s soft occupation of Iraq has resulted in far-reaching influence over the fellow nation’s political, military and security organs and praised Iran’s use of terror cells like Hezbollah.

Iran Focus

London, 20 Sep - The Iranian Regime is smuggling illicit weapons into Yemen to fuel the civil strife, according to the most senior American admiral in the Middle East.

Vice Adm. Kevin M. Donegan said that Iran, who has repeatedly been accused of supplying weapons to the Houthi rebels who wish to overthrow the Western-backed government, are still trafficking illegal weapons to their terrorist proxy group which they then fire on Saudi Arabia.

The weapons that Iran is providing to the Houtis include anti-ship and ballistic missiles, like deadly sea mines and explosive boats. These weapons have been used to attack ships in the Red Sea or Saudi troops along the border between Saudi Arabia and Yemen.

Iran Focus

London, 14 Sep - The US House of Representatives has voted to block the sales of commercial aircraft to Iran, over fears that American-made planes would be used to aid terrorism groups across the Middle East.

The measures, adopted on Wednesday, were proposed by Representative Peter Roskam (R-Ill.) as amendments to a 2018 government spending package.

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