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

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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.

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“.

Nasrallah reveals: “I’ve convinced Khamenei to intervene in Syria”

Source: arabi21

Speaking in the annual event in the occasion of the preparation of the Ashura, the Secretary of Hezbollah Hassan Nasrallah, revealed that he was the person who convinced the Iranian Supreme Leader, to intervene in Syria. It seems that, meeting Khamenei in Tehran, Nasrallah warned him that the end of the Assad’s regime, will mean not only the fight in Hermel, Baalbek, Dahiya, Ghazieh and Bekaa, but also inside Iran, in particular in areas like Kerman, Khuzestan and Tehran.
The words of Nasrallah remind what was said by IRGC Vice Commander, Hossein Salami, few months ago. Speaking in a TV interview – see the video in Farsi on the top – Salami said that Iran decided to act in Syria, in order to defend its foothold in the Mediterranean region. Because, losing Syria, will mean losing the chain which connects the front between Iran, Syria, Lebanon and Palestine.

Another Afghan minor killed in Syria fighting for the Pasdaran. Now UN must condemn Iran!

Source: peikeiran.com

His name was Seyed Mostafa Hosseini, he was a member of the IRGC Fatemiyoun Division – the one composed by “Afghan volunteers” – and he was only 15 years old when he was killed in Syria, while fighting for Bashar al Assad. Hossein was buried in the Martyrs Cemetery of Isfahan. As well known, the UN Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Rights of the Child on the involvement of children in armed conflict, forbids the involvement of children in hostilities and conscription into armed forces. Iran has signed the optional Protocol in 2010. But, as demonstrated today and in other occasion, Iran violated this Protocol many times, using minors for military proposes. It is time for the United Nation to take a clear position, and to condemn the Iranian regime for these violations!

Arab Media, Washington sent a warning message to Tehran via Moscow: “Ready to strike sites inside Iran”

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According to Arab media, Washington has sent a secret message to Tehran, threatening to strike sites inside Iran, if the Iranian regime would hit the US troops in Iraq and Syria (it means also using proxy militias). The message was delivered to Iran via Russia, after a special meeting between American and Russia officials, to coordinate the military operations in Syria. After the publications of the articles on this news, the Spokesman of the Iranian Foreign Ministry, Bahram Qasimi, denied the rumor. But, despite the denial, it must be remembered that recently US jets have bombed the area of Al-Tanf, attacking for the first time a Shia militia controlled by the Iranian regime.

Joint declaration of 156 EU MPs: “Iranian election are a fraud”

Source: al-Arabiya

In a joint declaration, 156 members of the European Parliament declared that the Iranian election are a fraud, because they are nor free nor equal. They remember that under the Government of Rouhani, more than 3000 prisoners were hanged. In the document, sent also to Mrs. Mogherini, the EU MPs condemned the Iranian role in the Syrian conflict and asked to insert the Pasdaran in the list of the terrorist organizations. Speaking about human rights, the EU MPs asked to establish a UN special commission to inquiry the massacre of 30,000 opponents in 1988, denouncing the complicity in that massacre of the actual Minister of Justice Mostafa Pourmohammadi, and the Presidential candidate Ebrahim Raisi. At the end of the letter, the European MPs invited EU to condition the development of the relations with Iran, to the respect of the human rights by the Tehran’s regime.

Ex Iraqi Defense Minister al-Khuzaei, reveals how Iran is meddling in Iraq

Source: al-Arabiya

In a long interview with Al-Arabiya, the former Minister of Defense of Iraq Hazim al-Shaalan al-Khuzaei – who was also Governor of Al-Qādisiyyah Province in 2003 – reveals how Iranian regime started his meddling in the Iraqi internal affairs and how is also exploiting today the Iraqi territory, to achieve its geopolitical goals. Al-Khuzaei said that, the attempt of Iran to meddling in the Iraqi affairs, started long time ago.

One of the key man in this project was the Iraqi Shia cleric Muhammad Baqir al-Sadr, executed by Saddam Hussein in 1980. For al-Khuzaei, al-Sadr was killed by Saddam after a decision of Iran. Al-Sadr, in a radio interview with Tehran, had expressed his will to leave Iraq, to save the life of his son, who was sick. In that interview, the interviewer reacted saying that they (the Iranians) wanted him to remain there, in order to bring the Islamic revolution also in Iraq. Al-Kuzaei, thinks that this was the prove that Iran has sold al-Sadr to Saddam, in the moment in which it was not useful.

After the fall of the Saddam’s regime, Iran has started to sent thousands of Afghan in Iraq. Here, they receive the military training, before going to fight in Syria for Bashar al Assad. Today many of these Afghans, are living in Iraqi using documents of dead Iraqis.

Hazim al-Shaalan al-Khuzaei (who is a Shiite) told that in 2003, when he was Governor of Al-Qādisiyyah, a person came to him and said that the Iranians have requested the permission to bring 500 people in Najaf, to collect the rubbish. Between them there was also Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who became after the Mayor of Tehran. Using the excuse of the cleaning of the holy city, these Iranian men – who were Basij – have distributed book in order to attract young people to the Iranian version of the Shia Islam.

Speaking about the actuality, Hazim al-Shaalan al-Khuzaei  said tha Iran is using Iraq to have a direct connection with Syria and with the Mediterranean sea. Bashar al-Assad, unlike is father, is completely in the hands of the Iranian regime. The former Iraqi Defense Minister also revealed that, since 2005, almost all the weapons and material that Iran sent for Hezbollah, have passed through Iraq. He also added that, in his opinion, Iran is responsible for the rise of al-Qaeda (and after Isis) in Iraq, because it has given its territory to the terrorists of Osama Bin Laden, in order to use them in Iraq.  

At the end of the interview, al-Khuzaei accused Iran of printing false Dinar, and to spread them in Iraq.

 

Famous Iranian filmmaker Mohammad Nourizad: “Hezbollah is a terrorist organization and Nasrallah is a murderer”

Source: Youtube

In an interview given to the reformist journalist Hussein Dehbashi – and published also on Youtube – the famous Iranian filmmaker Mohammad Nourizad, attacked again the regime and its foreign policy. In the interview, Nourizad said that, before the Iranian revolution of 1979, the Arabs never interfered in the Iranian internal policy. He said that it was the decision to export the Shiism, which caused the creation of the Sunni terrorists organizations like al-Qaeda and Boko Haram. Nourizad attacked also the Iranian intervention in Syria and described Hezbollah as a terrorist organization and its Secretary Hassan Nasrallah, as a murderer. For the Iranian filmmaker – well known for his anti-regime positions – the export of arms to Hezbollah for the fights in Syria is “haram”. Nourizad also said that the Saudi King Salman is more wise, intelligent and popular than thousands of Iranian leaders.