Saturday August 19, 2017

The Iran Regime Has Made Western Afghanistan Insecure

The Ghor Provincial Council announced on Monday, July 24, 2017, that the Iranian regime is financially and militarily backing the Taliban in western Afghanistan to destroy the Salma Dam of Herat.

Ghor Provincial Council chairman Fazlul Haq Ehsan says the Iranian regime wants to eliminate the Salma Dam in Herat by supporting the Taliban.


Iran: Rouhani Has Provided the Maximum Financial Support for the IRGC

In continuation of the internal conflict between Iranian regime’s various bands over choosing Hassan Rouhani's upcoming Cabinet members, and the Revolutionary Guards pressure to have several ministers into the cabinet, the head of the Parliament’s Planning and Budget Commission revealed that the 11th government (Rouhani’s previous cabinet) was entirely on the path of the IRGC and Khamenei and has had the most financial support for the IRGC.


Warplanes and Thousands of Iranian Militias Will Be Based on This Site.

Iran has begun building a permanent base on Syrian soil, according to Syrian opposition TV “Orient” on July 16th.

Iran has also leased a military airbase in central Syria from the Assad regime, according to informed sources.


Iran's Involvement and Motives in Syria

Iran has been involved in the Syria civil war since it started. Its militias have backed and propped up Syrian dictator Bashar al Assad to no end and at the minute their combined forces are subduing towns and cities from Eastern Aleppo to southern ar-Raqqah. Russian battleships in the Mediterranean, as well as jets, are working to subjugate them with shells. 

The brave Syrian opposition is battling away through tough circumstances even after it was assailed by Iran and its foreign militias. The opposition has been unable to receive much needed aid and supplies because the Jordanian and Turkish passages have remained closed.


Iran’s IRGC Recruits Afghan Refugees as “Cannon Fodder”

On the front lines of Syria’s six-year war are thousands of Afghan Shi’a sent by Iran to fight against armed rebels. Some of them are poorly trained, made up of mainly Afghan migrants and refugees known as the Fatemiyoun Division. Observers say that they have suffered a high rate of attrition, and coffins of fallen soldiers are paraded and buried in Iranian cities almost every week.


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Iran: Stock Losers of Financial Firms Rally in Mashhad, 6 June 2017

Iran: Protest In Tehran, In front of Parliament against Credit Institutions, 6 June 2017