Iran denied the killing of Amol’s Friday Prayer leader in Syria

Source: Anadolu Agency, Mehr News, Entekhab.ir

Different websites and Twitter accounts, reported the killing in Syria of Jalil Mortazavi, Friday prayer leader of Iranian city of Amol (in the north). Despite the news arrived from the social networks, the Iranian agencies denied the information. They also wrote that Mortazavi will return on Sunday in Amol. For the moment, it is not possible to deny, nor confirm, the killing of Jalil Mortazavi. Until now, more than 2000 members of IRGC, were killed in Syria.

Iran: President Rouhani orders to Interior Minister to “report on recent arrests of media activists”

Source: Isna

More than the Presidential election come close, more the atmosphere in Iran is becoming heavy. In the last meeting of the Government, the President Rouhani ordered to the Minister of Interior Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli, to investigate (and report) about the recent wave of arrests of media activists in the country. Rouhani also stressed that it is necessary to create the best conditions, to guarantee – to all the people – the participation to the election in security. The President also calls to avoid the intervention in the election of “illegal entities” (which means, in this case, the IRGC).

Rudaw reveals draft of anti-Iranian resolution ready to be approve by Arab League in Amman

Source: Rudaw

During the meeting in the capital of Jordan, Amman, between the Saudi King Salman and the King of Jordan Abdullah II, the two leaders approved a joint statement, condemning the Iranian meddling in the internal affairs of the countries of the region, in the Syrian war and in the Yemeni war.

It line with the words of Salman and Abudllah II, the participants to the Arab League Summit of Amman  (March 23-29), are ready to take a strong stance against the behavior of the Iranian regime. The Kurdish press agency Rudaw, revealed the draft of an anti-Iranian resolution, which will be approved during the summit. The document, composed by 15 points, condemns: the Iranian meddling in Arab internal affairs; the Iranian promotion of sectarianism; the Iranian attack against Saudi diplomatic missions in Mashhad and Tehran; the Iranian leaders animosity against the Arab countries; the Iranian occupation of the Emirate islands (Abu Musa and the Greater and Lesser Tunbs); the Iranian and Hezbollah attempt to overthrow the Bahrain’s monarchy; the Iranian role in the Syrian and in Yemeni conflicts. The document also underlined the important verify the fully commit of Iran to the respect of the UN resolution 2231 (approved after the nuclear deal signed in Vienna).

More important, the resolution contains also an article, in which it is written that a special four-party commission will be created, under the leadership of the Foreign Minister of Emirates. The other three members will be the foreign ministers of Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and Egypt (inside commission there will be also the Secretary General of Arab League, which will coordinate the activity of the special commission).

 

Berlin: Iranian spy condemned to 4 years in jail. He planned attacks in Germany and France

Source: al-Arabiya

Haider Syed Mustafa, a Pakistani man, was condemned to 4 years and 3 months in jail, for being a spy for the Iranian regime. The Court proved that Haider Syed Mustafa, 31 years old, was recruited by the Quds Force in 2015, and received a monthly salary of 2052 euros. For the IRGC, he collected information on a French-Israeli professor in University of Paris (he took more than 300 photos of him and 20 videos), and on SPD politician Reinhold Robbe, former head of the German-Israeli Friendship Society. The Pakistani man was prepared to kill both of them, in case the Iranian regime would order him.

Haider Syed Mustafa was arrested in Bremen in June 2016, after the Germany security forces discovered that he transmitted all the information to the Iranian intelligence. The German intelligence, said that the Iranian goal was to collect a list of people considered close to Israel, in order to kill them as retaliation, in case of a war between the two countries.

 

Bahrain arrests a terrorist cell linked to Iran

Source: Arabi 21 ; Bahrain Interior Ministry

The Interior Ministry of Bahrain, announced the arrest of 14 people, part of a terrorist cell linked to Iran. The statement also said that, the 14 elements, were directly coordinated by the Iranian Pasdaran. Six of the terrorists have received training by the Iranian IRGC, five by Hezbollah and 3 by local elements. The goal of the terrorist cell was to assassinate important figures of the State and carrying out operations against convoys of members of the security apparatus. In the last years, the 14 members of the cell did around 66 trips to Iran. One of the terrorists arrested, Yasser Ahmed Abdullah Ali, not only admitted to have received training by Pasdaran, but also that he had the task to attack US soldiers in Bahrain.

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.

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.

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.

Iran: Afghan Shia jihadists announce the creation of a new Basij unit

Source: Tasnim News

Speaking during a ceremony dedicated to the “Afghan martyrs” of the Syrian war, the Hojjat ol Eslam Hajjat Gonabadinejad – Fatimiyoun Brigade Cultural Deputy – announced the creation of the “Fatimiyoun Basij”. He also added that a special mosque was dedicated to the “Fatemyoun warriors” in Mashhad and this religious center serves as a base for cultural activities for the new Basij militia.