In the latest of a series of military scandals behind which is the hand of the clergy of Tehran, a secretive Iranian military unit has been smuggling weapons to extremist groups in the Middle East and North Africa according to Fox News.

This secret unity is called Unit 190, and is made up of 24 soldiers. The leader of the unit is 46-year-old Benham Shahariyari, who reportedly runs a network of front companies which skirt sanctions by smuggling RPG's, night-vision equipment and long-range rockets in powdered milk, cement and spare vehicle parts.

After having spent around a decade investigating the AMIA Jewish center bombing that took place in 1994, the Argentine Prosecutor, Alberto Nisman died a mysterious death last month. Recently, however, a member of the Argentinean parliament has accused Iran of having a hand in the death of Alberto Nisman.

Sergio Bergman, openly accused Iran of having a role in the death of Alberto Nisman and stated that there was ‘absolutely no doubt’ about this fact.

The Iranian regime is actively contributing to the mess in Iraq, as Shiite militias affiliated with the terrorist Quds force continue to spill the blood of innocent Sunnis in various regions. Taking advantage of the crisis created by the Islamic State (IS), Iran is playing a game of its own through Iran Revolutionary Guard Corps, Quds force and militias, which are no less barbaric than IS.

An Argentinian prosecutor, Alberto Nisman, who accused his country’s president of covering up the investigation of the bombing of a Jewish Community Centre, was found dead, hours before he was supposed to testify. The bombing, one that has been speculated to be because of several high Iranian regime officials, laced with the abrupt death of the main prosecutor, has opened the door for the real role that Iran has been playing in international terrorism, one that it is trying to hide.

A policeman from Dubai police, identified as A.R.B, is being prosecuted for spying for the Iranian regime. The 43 years old police sergeant faces ten years in prison if the accusations leveled against him are proven in a court of law. The suspect allegedly provided sensitive information to Iranian agents pertaining to the names, contact numbers and license plates of Dubai police officials. He further delivered information about sectarian identity of Dubai police personnel as well as the force’s uniform.