Monday 31 August 2015

Will the nuclear deal actually destroy Iran’s nuclear bomb apparatus?

The nuclear agreement recently signed between the P5+1 and Iran is a hot topic these days in US media, and also inside the Iranian regime’s owns factions.
This agreement has also cast its shadow over the US presidential elections. The debate in Washington is very intense and both campaigns are spending huge amounts of money to influence US lawmakers.
There are those who believe this agreement only sets back Iran’s ability to obtain nuclear weapons for a decade or two, and the articles of this agreement cannot neutralize Tehran in getting hold of nuclear weapons one day. They argue that the main goal was to annihilate Iran’s ability to obtain nuclear weapons altogether, and this has not been met.

Sunday 30 August 2015

The Role of the Quds Force & Syria in Riddling the Middle East in Crisis

In the status quo of the Middle East, Syria acts as the source of mayhem and the spread of terrorism, and Iran is taking advantage of Syria as the exporter of terrorism to countries across the region and the entire globe.

Tuesday 25 August 2015

Iran’s pro-Maliki intervention in popular demonstrations in Iraq

Popular demonstrations in Iraq against government corruption, which targeted pro-Iran elements, caught Iran’s rulers by surprise. In order to control the situation in Iraq, they first attempted to enter militias and popular mobilization forces with civilian cloths and without any placards and flags into the demonstrations. By doing so they intended to derail the demonstrations towards their own objectives. 

Monday 24 August 2015

Kuwait and Iran’s terror attack

Following the terror attack on a mosque in Kuwait that left many killed and injured, authorities across this country were able to discover and confiscate a large cache of weapons, ammunition and explosives in a village adjacent to the Iraq border, and then go on to arrest the terrorist cell involved in this issue. Kuwait security said this is was the largest terrorist cell in Kuwait and they were under surveillance for 6 months that led to the confiscation of a significant amount of explosives. The Kuwaiti public prosecutor has now launched an investigation regarding this terror cell, first looking into any relations with Lebanese Hezbollah.

Sunday 23 August 2015

Iran-associated militants threaten oil companies in Basra

Iran-linked militants in Basra are threatening foreign oil companies in an attempt to sabotage popular demonstrations and the reforms launched by Iraqi Prime Minister Dr. Haider al-Abadi.
The issue of Dr. al-Abadi’s reforms in Iraq and the events in Basra Province in southern Iraq in the month of August led to the Prime Minister’s trip to this province.
What was the main reason behind this visit? In this piece we will attempt to discuss this matter in detail.

Khomeini, The Very First ISIS Man

To this day we have heard many reports upsetting us all on the crimes committed by ISIS in areas under their control. This criminal group is using various tactics and methods to murder and torture people, and today’s mankind cannot even tolerate to watch it.

Saturday 22 August 2015

Iran after the nuclear accord – Increasing or decreasing meddling in the Middle East

The main characteristic of the Iranian regime, differencing it from other dictatorial regimes, is its meddling in other countries dubbed by its senior officials as “exporting the revolution”, killings and massacre in other countries. When Khomeini was forced to give in to the 1988 ceasefire in the Iran-Iraq War, his regime began focusing on meddling in countries across the Middle East. This meant they had suffered a major defeat in the war with Iraq and sought to compensate their losses through such interferences.

Friday 21 August 2015

Iran’s measures to prevent Maliki’s prosecution in Iraq

The Iranian regime is gravely concerned of the Iraqi government’s reforms carried out by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi under pressures from popular demonstrations. The reason is these reform have targeted Iran’s top political proxy in Iraq, being former prime minister and dismissed vice president Nouri al-Maliki. I have obtained news from various sources inside Iran about Tehran’s measures to prevent the arrest and prosecution of Maliki. Below is a list of these reports shedding light on the depth of Iran’s influence in Iraq:

Thursday 20 August 2015

Introducing a Quds Force-linked terrorist militant group in Iraq and Syria

Group Name: Katayeb Imam Ali
Area of Activity: Syria and Iraq – currently 1,000 men in Syria
Date of Formation: May 2014
Group Leader: Sheikh Shebel al-Zeidi
Deputy: Ali Mousavi (Abu Hassanein)
In May 2014 under orders issued by Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Quds Force, former Iraqi prime minister Nouri al-Maliki gathered those members of the Asaeb al-Haq and Katayeb Imam Ali unhappy about their wages from their own groups, organizing them under a single command unit. Their ranks and files numbered at 2,000 back then and under Quds Force advice Maliki appointed an individual by the name of Sheikh Shebel al-Zeidi as the commander of this unit. This individual had very close relations with Quds Force chief Qassem Suleimani.

Wednesday 19 August 2015

Iran’s efforts to maintain militants in Iraq

At a time when the Iraqi people are in their massive nationwide demonstrations demanding government officials respond to their basic living necessities, and all countries across the region are emphasizing on the people’s legitimate rights, Iran is in pursuit of its own policy. 

Tuesday 18 August 2015

What is Iran looking for in Syria?

In the first week of August political traffic by senior officials escalated dramatically amongst Western and Arab capitals, all focused on the deteriorating crisis in Syria and political solutions for this issue. The latest such meeting took place in Tehran with Assad’s top diplomat Walid Mualem meeting with senior Iranian regime officials. He met with his Iranian counterpart and afterwards the Russian deputy foreign minister exchanging thoughts on the critical situation in Syria, mainly focusing on economic and security issues.

Monday 17 August 2015

Peace plan, or plan to save Assad

In the middle of August coinciding with the nuclear agreement signed between the P5+1 and Iran, the mullahs in Tehran presented a new “peace” plan for Syria with the foreign ministry being behind this new push.

Sunday 16 August 2015

IRGC’s intervention and heavy casualties in Syria

In the 3 years of war in Syria, the Quds Force has been one of the main security forces of Bashar Assad in and has suffered heavy casualties from the Free Syrian Army and the opposition.
In the beginning of the month of August there was news about the casualties of IRGC forces in Syria. The news was that to this date some 1500 IRGC forces were killed in Syria and double that number were wounded.

Friday 14 August 2015

Houthi defeats in Yemen

Losing control over Aden and afterwards the strategic al-Anad air base in Yemen to forces loyal to President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi were major blows to Iran-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen. It is now expected all cities will be liberated from Houthi occupation in a short period.

Tuesday 11 August 2015

Amendment presented by Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi in response to demonstrators

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi issued a 7-article statement on Sunday, August 9th consisting of changes made in government ranks in line with realizing the demonstrators’ demands. Al-Abadi enjoyed the support of senior religious leaders in Iraq and the declaration of this reform package by al-Abadi was considered a political earthquake by the Iranian regime, showing Tehran was caught completely off guard.

Rights groups, US Embassy gravely concerned of Shiite militants recruiting juveniles

Human rights groups have expressed grave concerns over the use of juvenile fighters under the legal age to take part in the files of Shiite militants for the fight against ISIS in al-Anbar Province. Shiite militants strongly deny any such matters.

Sunday 9 August 2015

Iran’s presence and intervention in Syria

The Iranian regime has established a religious university in Syria named the “Al-Mostafa University” in order to train theology and to mobilize forces to use in fronts.
Jama’aMostafa (Mostafa University)
Syria’s Mostafa University has 550 theology students, 350 men and 200 women.
The Mostafa University has established 4 districts in Syria for these theology students. Two districts are in Damascus, one of which is in the Zein al-Abedin area and the other in near the Hazrat-e Zeinab shrine. There is also another district in Homs and the forth is in northern Aleppo in Nable and Zahra. This area is surrounded by the al-Nosra Front and the Free Syrian Army.

Saturday 8 August 2015

Mrs. Mogherini! Don’t take advantage of Iranians’ suffering!

I was shocked to hear about a trip to Iran by EU foreign affairs chief Federica Mogherini! Yes, Mrs. Mogherini went to meet Iran’s rulers who humiliate their own people and plunge them into poverty, and she sat at one table with these bloodthirsty criminals whose hands are drenched with the blood of people in Iran and the entire Middle East.

Friday 7 August 2015

Iran’s flagrant meddling in Yemen

A number of Iranian experts and military forces have been killed or detained by Yemeni popular resistance forces during the liberation of Aden and Lahij.
Popular resistance forces in Aden have arrested a number of Iranian troops fighting alongside Houthi militants in Aden and other parts of southern Yemen, said Aden Governor Nayef al-Bakri in recent press remarks. The resistance has a number of prisoners from various nationalities and they are currently conducting investigations to clarify their origins and assignments. A number of military experts and fighters were amongst these forces, including a large number Iranian Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) members that were arrested in the Aden, Lahij and Abyan battlefronts, he added, going on to say the names, nationalities and associations of these individuals will be released soon.

Tuesday 4 August 2015

Iran supporting Houthis with arms

These days, various reports about Iranian interference and weapons supply to the Houthis, the last case, return back Iranian ship by the US government. This is the tip of the iceberg, I decided to share the following information available to the public. See on web

Monday 3 August 2015

Quds Force using high school students, youths in Iraq

Another devious method adopted by the Quds Force to increase its influence and impose its hegemony in Iraq is using various leverages to train Shiite militants and Popular Mobilization Force troops. To reach these objectives the Revolutionary Guards has according to specific planning and defined links began to expand its network of influence.

Quds Force using militants in Iraq – Part 4

6. Restructuring the Badr forces
- On June 19th a group of Quds Force commanders went to the 9th Badr office in Baghdad’s Jaderiye district and then went off to inspect various areas of the Iraqi capital. Abu Maryam Ansari, Hadi al-Ameri’s deputy was accompanying this group.

Sunday 2 August 2015

What is Maliki seeking in his remarks against Saudi Arabia?

In early July former Iraqi prime minister Nouri al-Maliki made some unexpected remarks in saying Saudi Arabia supports terrorist groups. The question is where did such a position come from out of the blue? As you are already aware on March 27th Saudi Arabia launched unanticipated measures by attacking Yemen and saving this country from falling into the hands of Iran and its Houthi proxies. This change of events disrupted all of Tehran’s calculations for the region as it had major plans for the region to completely take over Yemen and take new steps in its ridiculous dreams of becoming the ‘mother of all nations’ in the Middle East.

Illegal measures carried out by militants associated to Quds Force in Iraq

Another aspect of the actions carried out by militants associated to the Quds Force, in charge of controlling, directing and commanding the Popular Mobilization Force (PMF) in Iraq, is their illegal and out-of-control measures in all areas, without ever being questioned or held accountable by any legal or government organization for these illegal actions.
Under the pretext that they are in the front lines in the war against ISIS they are literally left free to commit any aggressions and violate people’s rights, arrest and kidnap people, carry out murders, rob and confiscate people’s property or smuggle goods, and any other illegal act one could think of. And of course, there is no judicial prosecution to be afraid of. Just like the Revolutionary Guards in Iran, militant commanders – with various leverages at their disposal – are practically organized in parallel to the army and are in charge of all their own affairs, not being liable or accountable to anyone.