Tuesday 29 December 2015

35-country anti-terrorism coalition leaves Iran terrified

December 2015
In various remarks made by senior Iranian regime officials and state-run media outlets we are faced with a wide range of contradictory remarks made over the 35-state coalition of Islamic countries. On one hand this coalition is ridiculed with different jokes and … while others describe it as “dangerous”, a measure aimed at “confronting the regime” and its allies, and a “ground campaign”; so, what is the truth?

Sunday 27 December 2015

Who is in charge of the Iraqi government?

December 2015
A question recently on my mind is that what individual or group is running the show in Iraq, and where is the future of this country leading to?

To answer this question I will refer to a number of recent developments in Iraq to maybe reach the answer I’m looking for.

Saturday 26 December 2015

Iranian regime inflaming “fundamentalism in Nigeria”

December 2015
In mid-September clashes between Nigerian army forces against supporters of the pro-Iran Shiite ‘Islamic Movement’ left many of the group’s members killed and led to the arrest of their leader, Sheikh Ibrahim Zagzagi.

Friday 25 December 2015

Who is the true supporter of ISIS?

December 2015
The criminal terrorist attack in California after the horrific onslaught launched in Paris once again shocked the entire world. With our deepest condolences to the victims’ families, unfortunately I must say that this latest attack, similar to the November 13th massacre in Paris, wrongly took place under the name of Islam; whereas the true spirit of Islam is abhorred of this barbarity and dreadful crimes.

Wednesday 23 December 2015

Iranian regime terrified of Syrian opposition summit in Riyadh

December 2015
Various Syrian opposition forces last week held a summit in Riyadh of Saudi Arabia where they reached important common grounds that can be a starting point to end the war and bloodshed in Syria, or at least shorten its duration significantly; however, this agreement has infuriated the mullahs’ regime in Iran. The question is why has Tehran become so angry in response to this opposition summit and a perspective of the war ending in Syria?

Riyadh conference and unprecedented unity amongst Syrian opposition

December 2015
The conference held in Riyadh was a great victory for the Syrian people and opposition and considered a serious defeat for the criminal Assad regime and its allies, being the Iranian regime and Russia as they never expected such solidarity amongst the Syrian opposition and had placed all their efforts to push this summit to a failure. On the other hand, this conference was an initiative launched by Saudi Arabia, also unprecedented, and a heavy blow to the Iranian regime. Following Operation Decisive Storm and defeating Tehran in Yemen, Saudi Arabia is pursuing a campaign to become the main force uniting Arab countries and bring an end to the Iranian regime’s meddling across the Middle East.

Sunday 20 December 2015

What is Iran’s main crisis?

December 2015
Currently the Iranian regime is suffering from numerous crises, both domestically and the international scene. The question is which crisis is considered the main issue for the Iranian regime. Understanding the main crises the Iranian regime is engulfed in helps us understand the next steps the mullahs take.

Iranian regime Revolutionary Guards retreating from Syria

December 2015

Western intelligence reports show the Iranian regime has begun pulling out its Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) forces from combat operations commanded by Russia in Syria.

Iranian regime Quds Force chief Qassem Suleimani is seriously wounded

December 2015
Qassem Suleimani is the commander of the Iranian regime’s Revolutionary Guards (extraterritorial) Quds Force and his main responsibility is to dispatch IRGC members to countries across the region, such as Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Bahrain and …, recruiting mercenary agents from these countries, and providing training, arms and organization for these forces in order to carry out terrorist attacks. Qassem Suleimani has in recent years been very active in his commuting between Iraq, Syria and Lebanon, commanding and organizing the wars in these countries. He is a main element in the Iranian regime’s export of terrorism to Middle East countries and is blacklisted in the United States’ terrorist list.

Friday 18 December 2015

Why the Iranian regime and Iraq are so sensitive about Turkey’s military presence in Mosul?

December 2015
From early this week as reports came out of nearly 150 Turkish military instructors dispatched to northern Iraq, the tension amongst the two countries flared unprecedentedly, even reaching the United Nations Security Council.

Wednesday 16 December 2015

Iran using militias against al-Abadi in Iraq

December 2015
One method Iran is imposing its hegemony in Iraq is through militia groups. Prior to 2012 before the departure of U.S. forces from Iraq these entities had diminished to a significant extent and had little military power in Iraq. Following the departure of U.S. forces, Iran’s puppet in Iraq former Iraqi prime minister Nouri al-Maliki provided political power, arms and equipment the U.S. was providing for Iraq’s army and police, all at Tehran’s behest. Currently in Iraq one can truly say that these groups are much more powerful than the Iraqi army.

Iraq collapsing under vicious Iran Quds Force affiliated militias

Due to the failed policies of the country’s political elite, Iraq is now swarming with elements of the terrorist Iranian regime and the country is going down the trail of complete annihilation.

Why Washington ignored torture by Iraqi militias

Mon Dec 14, 2015 10:16am EST
It was one of the most shocking events in one of the most brutal periods in Iraq's history. In late 2005, two years after the U.S.-led invasion toppled Saddam Hussein, U.S. soldiers raided a police building in Baghdad and found 168 prisoners in horrific conditions.

Monday 14 December 2015

How to destroy ISIS?

December 2015
To fight and destroy a phenomenon we must first find its source, and in what circumstances it has been formed and grown. Afterwards we must take out the conditions that have allowed the rise and growth of this phenomenon, and literally uproot it entirely. Otherwise like Western countries we will be engulfed in confusion in our positions and actions, allowing the mentioned phenomenon grow even further.

Saturday 12 December 2015

Role of Quds Force and Iranian affiliated militias in Syria

December 2015
Following the entrance of Russia into Syria and the bombing of opposition forces’ bases, the Iranian regime entered Quds Force, Lebanese and Iraqi militias and also other militias from Pakistan and Afghanistan and initiated a widespread attack against southern Aleppo under Russian airstrikes intending to take over Aleppo city.

Friday 11 December 2015

Major rifts between al-Abadi and al-Maliki, and the role of Iran’s Quds Force

December 2015
The recent remarks made by Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and his predecessor Nouri al-Maliki made clear the deep rifts between these two figures in a country facing numerous challenges.
Al-Maliki will not rest at a simple no-confidence vote against his enemy. In fact, he will be placing his efforts for a coup d’état while enjoying the backing of the Shiite militia Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF) that is extremely loyal to him. These rifts have intensified after a report issued over Maliki’s role in the fall of Mosul to ISIS.

Tuesday 8 December 2015

Iran Quds Force ordering militia groups’ committing crimes against Iraqi people

Currently Iran is facing serious problems in Syria as no one is willing to fight for Assad and Tehran is forced to dispatch its own Revolutionary Guards and militias to take on the Free Syrian Army.
As far as the atmosphere inside Iran is concerned, Iranian youths are not willing to go to Syria and fight for Assad, and the regime is now forced to send its senior IRGC commanders to the Levant. As witnessed in recent months over 60 such IRGC commanders have been killed in Syria.

Why should Muslims take responsibility for the extremists? - Al Arabiya News

Why should Muslims take responsibility for the extremists? - Al Arabiya News

“In the aftermath of yet another atrocity carried out by vigilante violent fanatics in the name of religion…”
In any article beginning with those words one has to be referring, of course, to Islam. Because it couldn’t be the case that one would be talking about the recent mass shooting in Colorado, by a radical fanatic who claimed to be a committed Christian. Indeed, he justified those who attacked abortion clinics, claiming they were doing “God’s work”, and gave the appellation of “heroes” to members of the “Army of God”, a radical group that claimed responsibility for bombings and killings.

More powers enter Mideast fray. But still no real strategy - Al Arabiya News

More powers enter Mideast fray. But still no real strategy - Al Arabiya News

Monday 7 December 2015

Ali Larijani distancing from Khamenei faction, rifts deepening inside Iran regime

December 2015
Following the effects of the nuclear agreement on the domestic feuds between the regime’s factions, certain figures who had remained in the gray between Khamenei’s faction and that of Rafsanjani-Rouhani have been forced to take sides. These individuals used to resort to so-called centrist positions and the most significant of such figures is parliament speaker Ali Larijani.

Sunday 6 December 2015

Iranian people’s hatred of Bassiji forces

December 2015
Iranian leader Ali Khamenei in his speech back in 2005 described the use of nuclear technology as a necessity and inevitable requirement for the regime’s future.

Meaning behind Rafsanjani’s warnings on possibility of elimination by IRGC

With the sham parliamentary elections nearing in Iran, the battle for hegemony between the regime’s two factions, led by supreme leader Ali Khamenei and Expediency Council chair Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, has heated up. The very significant signs are seen in the escalation of tension between these two figures and threats of resorting to violent measures. These include Khamenei dispatching his gangs of club-wielders to disrupt gatherings held by the rival faction, and Rafsanjani’s own remarks of the possibility of being eliminated by the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC).

Thursday 3 December 2015

Flagrant meddling of Iran’s Quds Force in Bahrain

December 2015
Iran has been seeking a foothold amongst Persian Gulf countries in order to export its fundamentalism and terrorism. To this end Tehran has always considered Bahrain as the most adequate state considering its Shiite population.

Wednesday 2 December 2015

Two Quds Force agents arrested in Kenya

December 2015
The arrest of two of Iranian Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) Quds Force terrorist agent by Kenyan security forces, and the resulting remarks made by officials afterwards once again revealed the strings attaching the mullahs’ regime and vicious terrorism under the name of Islam in Africa.

Tuesday 1 December 2015

American weapons transferred by Iran’s Quds Force-associated militias from Iraq to Syria

November 2015
Recently I have received news from Syria over the dispatch of Iraqi militias to Syria in order to provide support for Bashar Assad, all under orders from the Iranian regime. These units have transferred all their American-made equipment, HUMVEE vehicles and Abrams main battle tanks to Syria. Reports also indicate that a certain amount of this equipment has been captured by the Free Syrian Army in recent battles around Aleppo.