Iranian official reveals how many students Tehran sent to die in Syria

Source: arabi21

Brigadier General Morteza Saffari, Chancellor of Imam Hossein Comprehensive University, revealed that in 2016, Iran sent around 100 students from the Imam Hossein University in Syria, to fight the jihad for Bashar al Assad. These students were enlisted inside the Revolutionary Guards. Recently another Iranian official, has admitted that Iran has lost 2100 people in the Syrian war.

 

Iran sends Afghan veterans to train Houthi militia in Yemen

Source: al-ainYemen Press

Iran admitted that it’s taking steps to increase its support to the Houthi militia in Yemen. The goal of Tehran is to transform the Houthi militia in a new Hezbollah. For this reason, the Quds Force is working to transfer to Sana’a more sophisticated weapons and more military advisers. As proved, the Islamic Republic sends weapons to the Houthi from Somalia, using especially small fishing boats, which are difficult to detect. In Yemen, the main port used by Iran to transfer the weapons to the local Shia militia is the Port of Mukalla. It also seems that, in order to achieve its goal, Tehran is sending the Afghan and Shi’ite Arab veterans of the Syrian war in Yemen, to train the Houthi.

Terrible in Iran: new acid attacks against women. Six people attacked in two months!

Source: al-Arabiya

Again: again the Iranian press was forced to reveal that, in less than two months, six people were attacked with acid by “unknown people”. An entire family was recently attacked in Shahreza, in Isfahan Province. Last month, two women were attacked in the Province of Ahwaz.

After a pause of less than one year, the nightmare of the acid attacks returned to scare the Iranian people. Between 2014 and 2015, hundreds of women were attacked by members of Hezbollah, for being “bad veiled” (the Iranian police revealed that, only in 2014, there were 318 attacks). The attacks provoked the protest of hundreds of Iranian people, who took the streets asking the end of these actions. Instead of arresting the responsible of the acid attacks, the Iranian regime arrested many civil rights protestors.

 

Egypt: Foreign Ministry Spox criticized the Iranian negative intervention in the region

 

Source: Egypt FM Facebook Page; alkhaleejonline.net

Speaking in a radio interview, the Spokesman of the Egyptian Foreign Ministry, Ahmed Abu Zeid, praised the relations between Cairo and Riyadh. Abu Zeid also announced that soon Saudi Arabia will restart to supply Egypt with oil. Regarding the relations with Iran, Abu Zeid said that, despite Egypt recognizes the size of a country such Iran, it also considers negatively the Iranian intervention in the region.

The interview of Abu Zeid is particularly important for two reasons: first, it represent a negative answer to the recent attempt of the Iranian speaker of the Parliament, Ali Larijani, to court Egypt, in order to strengthen the relations between Cairo and Tehran. Second, it could indicate a new wave in the Egyptian foreign policy, in which Cairo will be more close to the position of the Arab League, especially in condemning the pro Iranian axis, as requested by the Gulf States.

Pro-Iran terrorist plot foiled in Latin America: Hezbollah planned attacks against tourists in Bolivia, Chile and Peru!

Source: Okaz

The Saudi newspaper Okaz reported that a terrorist plot of Hezbollah, was foiled in La Paz, Bolivia. The Bolivian Security Forces raided a warehouse managed by terrorists of the Party of God, located in the periphery of the capital, discovering material to fabricate bombs (with a weight of 2,5 tons) and four vehicles, that would like to be used to transport the bombs during the attacks. The Saudi newspaper reports that the goal of the Hezbollah’s cell in Latin America, was to attack tourists in Bolivia, Chile and Peru.

This discovering remembers the dark years of the Hezbollah’s activity in Latin America, when the Lebanese terrorist group attack the Israeli embassy (1992) and the Jewish Center AMIA (1994). More than 100 innocent people.

Iran: Speaker of the Parliament Larijani tries to court Egypt, but admits the failure of the rapprochement with Cairo

Source: RT Arabic

Speaking in a press conference Ali Larijani – the Speaker of the Iranian Parliament – said that Tehran sees positively all the initiatives that will bring to a normalization of the relations between the Islamic Republic and Egypt. Larijani added that Tehran and Cairo have taken two different paths after the signing of the Camp David agreement between Egypt and Israel, but that today the conditions are changing and the two countries share common interests. Despite all these words, Larijani was forced to admit that until now the steps taken in the direction of the normalization of the diplomatic relations, did not achieve the strengthening of the relations between Iran and Egypt.

Iran: Six months in jail for the son of Mehdi Karroubi

Source: al-Arabiya

The son of Mehdi Karroubi, one leaders of the Green Wave Movement, was condemned to six months in jail by an Iranian Revolutionary Tribunal. Hossein Karroubi, was found guilty of having published the text of the letter that his father has sent to President Rouhani. In the letter, which was sent last year, Mehdi Karroubi asked to Rouhani to receive an open trial. It is important to remember that, since 2011, the two leaders of the Green Wave Movement, Mehdi Karroubi and Mir Hossein Mousavi, are under house arrest, for being “seditionist and traitors”. Despite the regime’s verbal attacks, no legal action was taken against them until now.

Lebanon: Maronite Patriarch Bisharah Al Rahi attacks Hezbollah and the Palestinian

Source: Youtube

In a long interview given to Sky News Arabic, the Patriarch of the Maronite Church Bechara Boutros al-Rahi attacked Hezbollah and the Palestinian community. Speaking about Hezbollah, the 77-year-old Patriarch criticized the Hezbollah’s decision to take part to the Syrian war, accusing the Shia terrorist organization to divide the political system and society of Lebanon. He also added that it cannot be possible to say that “without Hezbollah Lebanon would be an Islamic State”, because it is also possible to affirm that “because of Hezbollah in Lebanon there is an Islamic State”. The Catholic Patriarch described also as abnormal the existence of an armed political party, which is not controlled by the State (attacking indirectly Lebanese President Aoun who recently defended, despite the UN’s requests, the right of Hezbollah to posses weapons). Finally, Bechara Boutros al-Rahi launched also an harsh accusation against the Palestinian community: he accused them of being responsible for the outbreak of the Lebanese civil war in 1975.

Swiss Ambassador in Iran against Ahmadinejad: “I’m not a postman”

Source: al-Arabiya

The Swiss Ambassador in Iran, attacked former President Ahmadinejad. Speaking about the letter sent by Ahmadinejad to US President Trump, he said that the letter did not arrived to the White House, because he “is not a postman”. He also added that this kind request “violates the diplomatic norms”. In the past Ahmadinejad announced that he has sent letters to George W. Bush, Obama and Merkel, but none of these letters have reached the recipient. From the revolution of 1979, the Swiss Embassy in Iran has also the responsibility of the US interests in the Islamic Republic.

Iraq: spokesman of pro-Iran militia Kata’ib Hezbollah threatens Turkey

Source:  Aletejahtv.org 

Jafar al-Hosseini, Spokesman of the Iraqi Shia militia Kata’ib Hezbollah – trained and financed by Iran – accused Turkey for the stalling of the Mosul campaign. Al-Hosseini said that Ankara gives direct support to Daesh, from its military Camp Ba’shiqah, helping also the families of the fighters of Daesh to escape from Mosul. He also added that Turkey supplies Daesh with intelligence information, giving to the jihadists logistic support through its pilots. Because of these reasons, Jafar al-Hosseini underlined that there is no diplomatic solutions with Turkey and that the only goal must be the expulsion of the Turkish soldiers using weapons.