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.

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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

Pro-Hezbollah newspaper: “Geagea behind Hariri’s resignation”

Source: al-Akhbar

Lebanese pro-Hezbollah newspaper al-Akhbar, writes that Samir Geagea is behind the resignation of Saad Hariri. In September 28, Geagea visited Saudi Arabia and met with King Salman. In that meeting, Salman expressed his commitment to confront Iran and Hezbollah, helping also Saad Hariri and the financial crisis of Lebanon. Geagea answered that Hariri was not the right person to confront Iran, because he had an agreement with President of Lebanon Aoun, and also meets once a week the political advisor of Hassan Nasrallah, Hussein Khalil. After the words of Geagea, Saudis started to think about Bahaa Hariri – elder brother of Saad – as the Sunni figure which could lead the confrontation.

Leaving Saudi Arabia, Samir Geagea went in Australia, where he started to attack directly Saad Hariri, accusing his Government to push for a “normalization of the relations with Syrian regime”. When, in October 2017, the Lebanese Government decided to appoint Saad Zakhia as new Ambassador of Lebanon in Syria, the Ministers of Lebanese Force declared their reservation to the Government’s decision.

In the plan to promote the figure of Bahaa Hariri, also former Lebanese Minister of Justice Ashraf Rifi, played a role: he met Bahaa Hariri in Monaco, passing through Milan, to dispel suspicions. Rifi returned in Beirut on Saturday – passing always through Milan – the same day of Hariri’s resignation. The next day, Bahaa Hariri travelled from Monaco to Riyadh. Yesterday, broking the silence, Bahaa Hariri spoke with the Associated Press (from Monaco), supporting the resignation of his brother, praising Saudi Arabia and attacking Hezbollah.

Shameful: To exploit the GCC’s diplomatic crisis, Iran exported to Qatar rotten food

Source: ajel.sa

In order to exploit the business opportunity with Qatar and the diplomatic crisis in the Gulf, the Iranian traders have exported to Doha damaged goods and rotten food. As admitted also by the Director of the Shiraz airport, Tehran was forced to stop the shipping to Qatar, because the fruit and vegetables destined to the Arab country contained mud and were put in unhealthy cardboard boxes. Worse: the Qatari Ministry of Health denounced that the fruits imported from Iran have chemical origin, and were sent to Doha by cargos without any supervision. The result was that the Qatari people have received toxin food from Iran!

Iranian Foreign Ministry official: “the relations between us and Hamas never ceased”

Source: ILNA

In an interview with the press agency ILNA, Hossein Ansari Gabri – Foreign Minister’s assistant for Arab and African Affairs – said that, despite disagreement with Hamas, the Iranian policy on Palestine never changed. The Iranian official admitted that there have been different views on the Syrian issues with Hamas, but the two side never ceased their relations and Tehran always supported the “Palestinian resistance groups”. Speaking about the recent summit of Astana, Ansari Gabri said that Tehran, Ankara and Moscow have establishment a monitoring station in Idlib

Lebanon’s PM Saad Hariri attacks Iranian President Rouhani

Source: @saadhariri

In a tweet published on his official account on October 23, Saad Hariri reacted to the words of President of Iran Hassan Rouhani. Few days ago, speaking in TV, Rouhani said that today, no one can act in Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Gulf and North Africa, without the permission of Iran. In his tweet, Saad Hariri wrote that “Lebanon is an independent Arab State, will not accept any guardianship and refuses to infringe its dignity“.

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.

Iran asks to Hamas to maintain its “jihadist orientation”

Source: Kayhan

A delegation of Hamas visited Iran, led by Saleh al-Arouri. In Tehran, they met also with Ali Shamkhani, Secretary of the Supreme National Security Council of Iran. During the meeting, Shamkhani said that he hopes that Hamas will continue to maintain its jihadist orientation and its role in “resisting to Zionist occupation”. Shamkhani also added that the “ongoing confrontation against the Zionist entity”, must not change and expressed his regret for the “Takfir” groups active in the region. For his part, Arouri underlined that he arrived in Iran to “thank the Islamic Republic for its support to Palestine”, and praised the figure of Imam Hussein, who represent all the oppressed people.

Who finances Hezbollah?

Source: alwatannews.net

The US think tank Foundation for Defense Democracy (FDD), has published a report about who finances the Lebanese terrorist organization Hezbollah. The firs financer, as well known, is Iran, which gives around $ 800 million every year. Another financer is Venezuela, who facilitates the drug trafficking of Hezbollah, supported also by Shia communities in America Latina. But, between who gave money to the Party of God, there is also Qatar, who gave to Hezbollah $ 300 million in 2009. FDD denounces that Hezbollah used the Lebanese bank system for its money laundering, especially to “clean” the money received from the drug trafficking.