Commander of Iraqi pro-Iran militia visited Lebanon border with Israel [Video]

Source: Youtube

In what appeared a dangerous move which could spark new tension, the Arab media have published a video of the Iraqi shia commander Sheikh Amin Qais al-Khazali in southern Lebanon, very close to the Israeli border (ten kilometers from the Golan Heights). Sheikh Amin Qais al-Khazali is the commander of the Iraq shia militia Asaib Ahl al-Haq, financed and equipped by the Iranian Quds Force and part of the Popular Mobilization Forces. In the video, it is possible to see al-Khazali with a commander of Hezbollah and, speaking to the phone, saying that he is “full readiness to stand together with the Lebanese people and the Palestinian cause”. The Lebanese Government was not informed of this visit, which indicates another time its incapability (and the incapability of the Lebanese Army) to control the State’s territory.


Iran: Khamenei’s adviser invites Houthis to bomb Riyadh

Source: Kayhan

The director of the Iranian newspaper Kayhan, Hossein Shariatmadari, praised the Houthis’s attack to the nuclear plant of Abu Dhabi (denied by the Government of United Arab Emirates). speaking in a radio interview, Shariatmadari said that the UAE is like a “trading company” and this attack will provoke the escaping of the “capitalist investors”. The Director of the ultra-conservative newspaper, invited the Houthis to launch their missiles against the Saudi Arabia’s capital, Riyadh. Hossein Shariatmadari is also special adviser of the Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei.

Shameful: Iran TV broadcasts video of a minor sent to Syria to fight the jihad [Video]

Source: Youtube

The Iranian TV has broadcasted a terrible video, showing a young boy arrived in Syria to fight the jihad. In the video, it is possible to see the child saying that he is from Mazandaran Province – South of Iran – and that he is 13 years old. The young boy also added that he decided to join the jihad in Syria inspired by General Qassem Soleimani, head of the Iranian Qods Force. Under the international law, ratified also by Iran, it is forbidden to send minor to fight wars. Until now Tehran sent many minors in Syria and Iraq, almost all part of the Afghan Hazara minority

Iranian Ahwazi leader killed in Netherland!

Source: Radio Farda

Ahmad Mola Abu Nahaz, known as Ahmed Nisi, leader of the Arab Struggle Movement (separatist group of the Iranian Province of Khuzestan), was killed yesterday in the city of The Hague. According to the press, he was murdered in front of his home in Netherland. No information, for the moment, about the killers (there are rumors that they have been arrested, but it is not sure). Ahmed Nisi left Iran in 2005, going to Netherland in order to find political asylum.

Iranian regime ready to hang Babak Zanjani to cover Khamenei’s corruption

Source: Amad News

There are news from Iran about the next implementation of the death penalty condemnation against Babak Zanjani. Zanjani, as well known, is an Iranian businessman who worked with IRGC and Ahmadinejad to violate the sanctions and to facilitate oil revenue hindered. In 2013 he was arrested, and accused of withholding $2.7 billion of government money. He was condemned to death penalty on March 2016.
Now, the website AmadNews, reports that the regime could soon hang Babak Zanjani. His death will serve the regime to cover the internal corruption, especially the corruption connected to the family of the Supreme Leader Khamenei. It seems that Babak Zanjani has deposited to a foreign bank account owned by the son of Khamenei, Mojtaba Khamenei, around half a billion dollars. His death will also help the head of judiciary Sadegh Larijani, to divert the public opinion attention from the story of his daughter and her secret contacts with the British embassy in Tehran.

Iran: three clerics stabbed (and killed) in few days

Source: al-Arabiya

Three clerics were stabbed in Iran in few days in the capital Tehran and in the city of Shiraz. All the three died after in the hospital, because of their wounds. This wave of anti religious violence, is the direct effect of the dramatic social unrest of these days in Iran. In the last weeks, thousands of people marched in the capital Tehran, against the corruption of many bank institutes and the role of the IRGC in the economical sector. The murderer of one of the clerics killed in Tehran was after arrested, and admitted that his gesture was in protest against the regime and its incapability to resolve his financial problems. In the video on the top, it is possible to see another huge protest in Tehran, in which the people chanted “Death to this Government of Demagogues”.

Iranian IRGC dictates their conditions for Palestinian reconciliation

Source: Tasnim News

An article published on Tasnim News – Iranian press agency with strong ties with the IRGC – spoke about the visit of the Hamas delegation in Tehran. Speaking about the agreement between Hamas and Fatah, signed recently in Cairo, the author underlined that the Islamic Republic welcomes the Palestinian national reconciliation, “but this reconciliation should not be an excuse for retaliation against Palestinian national resistance factions”. After criticizing the request of Israel to Hamas to disarm and after attacking the statement of Abu Mazen about the risk of the formation of another Hezbollah in Gaza, the author wrote: “Palestinian factions should take the advantage of the national reconciliation to strengthen the Palestinian people’s position vis-à-vis Israel, and refrain in securing the interests of the Zionist entity and some Arab reactionary regimes”.
In few words, Iran accepts the Palestinian national reconciliation agreement, provided that the Palestinian factions will continue the armed struggle and will not recognize Israel.

Thousands of Iranians protest against IRGC’s financial institutions! [Video]

Source: Youtube

Below four videos about the huge protest held in Tehran, few days ago: from all Iran arrived in the capital thousands of people, in order to protest against the corruption of the financial institutions, especially the one connected to IRGC and Hezbollah. People chanted slogans against the regime, against the Central Bank, against Rouhani and also against the Iranian presence in Syria.

Is Iranian regime ready to put ex President Khatami under house arrest?

Source: Saham News

The website Saham News revealed that the Iranian security forces surrounded the residence of former President Khatami, forbidding him to leave his house. Few hours after the deployment, the security forces left the area, permitting to Khatami to go out. In any case, this news is very important, because could mean that – in any moment in the next future – the regime could decide for put Khatami under house arrest, like it happened in February 2011 to Mousavi and Karroubi. The action of the security forces arrived after the decision of the Iranian magistrature to forbid to Khamenei the possibility to take part to public events for three months. More interesting, the fact happened even if few days ago, for the first time, Khatami has expressed his support to IRGC, after the speech of Trump