By Jubin Katiraie
The Iranian and Iraqi people are being looted by the Revolutionary Guards’ Quds Force(IRGC–QF), who are hiding behind the Holy Shrines’ Reconstruction Headquarters.
By Pooya Stone
These days, two pariahs of sorts in international circles —Iran and Venezuela— are scrambling together to withstand against collapse. Both governments suffer from reputation shortage among their citizens and this issue has been become acute with more economic problems and losing their sources of revenue.
By Jubin Katiraie
An Iraqi journalist and his camera operator were murdered by Iran-linked paramilitary forces for criticizing the destructive role of the Iranian forces in Iraq.
It is possible to summarize the entire achievements of the Iranian regime in the past 40 years in bloody suppression, adventurism in the Middle East and relentless attempts for achieving nuclear weapons,
The Iranian regime’s potent espionage and assassination network around the world have operated largely without interruption since the Islamic revolution of 1979.
On January 13, U.S. Senators demanded the “Department of Justice [to] evaluate whether an investigation of NIAC is warranted for potential FARA violations and to ensure transparency regarding foreign attempts to influence the U.S. political process."
On Sunday, Iran’s foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif once again went to Syria. In a situation where the entire country is involved with the coronavirus and other countries’ foreign ministers travel around the world to find any support for their country, Zarif flew to that country to ensure the support of the regime for Syrian dictator Bashar Al-Assad.
Protests in Iraq have been continuing for months now and the people are making it clear to the Iraqi government that they will not tolerate the deplorable conditions that they have been left to deal with and the widespread corruption and interference from abroad.
Senior Iranian officials have been shocked by recent developments in Iraqand are now voicing their concerns publicly.
Iraq has been rocked by mass protests since early October, leaving 485 Iraqis dead and 17,000 injured, according to Iraq’s High Commission for Human Rights.
Reuters news agency in Iraq reported 28 November that Iraqi forces killed 14 demonstrators after they burned the Iranian consulate building.
In Lebanon, while the political turmoil escalates over the appointment of a new prime minister, protesters flooded into Beirut’s streets on Sunday, December 15. They demonstrated their denouncing of the country’s rulers by gathering in downtown Beirut.