Iran Regime Criticised for Funding Hamas and Other Terrorist Groups in the Middle East

Navid Felker 05 February 2018

by Navid  Felker

The US Special Representative to International Negotiations censured the Hamas terrorist organization and its sponsor Iran on Sunday via Twitter.

Jason Greenblatt tweeted that the tens of millions of dollars that the Iranian Regime gives to Hamas is squandered on weapons, when the best use of the money would be to improve the lives of the citizens of Gaza.

Certain collapse of Iranian regime is approaching

Armin Baldwin 01 February 2018

by Armin Baldwin

The Iranian regime is barely standing. The recent protests that started at the end of December have rocked the already fragile regime. This is in a large part because of the young people of Iran. They make up the biggest demographic bloc in the population and they have decided that they want brighter and more prosperous futures.

The US imposes sanctions on to Iran-backed terror threats

Editor 01 February 2018

by Staff writer, SF

The US State Department imposed sanctions against a key Hamas leader and other Iran-sponsored terrorist groups on Wednesday.
Ismail Haniyeh, who became the leader of the terrorist group's political wing in May, was designated by the US government as a specially designated global terrorist.

Is the balance of power shifting against Iran regime in the region?

Atousa Pilger 30 January 2018

by Atousa Pilger

Last June, tensions between Qatar and the Gulf states came to a head because of its relationship with Iran. The Gulf States including Saudi Arabia imposed a boycott of Qatar resulting in sea, land and air routes being cut off. Qatar refused to bow to pressure from its Gulf neighbours, instead fully restoring diplomatic relations with Iran.

Iran: Trump’s tough talk needs to be followed up with actions

Saeed 30 January 2018

by Saeed

Earlier this month, President Donald Trump waived a number of sanctions against Iran in keeping with the 2015 nuclear deal but he warned Congress and European allies that it would be the last time he does this unless several changes are made to the severely flawed agreement. The next sanctions waivers are due in May.

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