Iran Regime Supplied Missiles for Houthi's War in Yemen

Editor 21 December 2017

Staff writer, SF

The Saudi-led coalition is reportedly taking back 85% of Yemen from the Houthis. As Tehran faces increasing pressures both at home and abroad, the regime also understands that its involvement in Yemen is coming to an end.

Air Defenses Intercept Houthi Missile Fired at Royal Palace

Editor 19 December 2017

Staff writer, SF

The Saudi government reported today that Yemen's Houthi rebels have fired another ballistic missile into Saudi Arabia. Once again, the missile was successfully intercepted today by Saudi air defenses. According to the Saudi Ministry of Culture and Information, this occurred south of the Saudi capital of Riyadh.

Iran's Most Dangerous Agents Are Hezbollah, Houthis and Popular Mobilization

Armin Baldwin 14 December 2017

by Armin Baldwin

Three Arab agents, Hezbollah, the Houthis, and the Popular Mobilization appear to be among the greatest current threats posed by Iran.

Bahrain’s Foreign Minister, Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa, noted during the recent Manama Dialogue, that these three Iranian agents in the region are who we must focus on to prevent terrorist activities that serve Iranian interest and harm our security and stability, from being carried out by them.

In a Provocative Act, Iranian Militia Leader Visits Israel - Lebanon Border

Navid Felker 12 December 2017

by Navid  Felker

Qais Khazali, the head of the Iraqi Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF) militia was reported as having visited Kafr Kila on the Lebanon-Israel border. The Iraqi PMF is said to be affiliated with the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, commanded by Maj. Gen. Qasem Soleimani. Therefore, in the context of the ongoing regional conflict, this can be seen as a dangerous development.

Iran Supplying Ballistic Missiles to Yemen

Azita Carlson 11 December 2017

by Azita Carlson

Tribal insurgents in Yemen launched a ballistic missile to the outskirts of Riyadh at the beginning of the month. The warhead exploded near the capital’s international airport and thankfully there were no casualties. However, UN investigators looking at the debris have been able to look into claims that the Houthis in Yemen are using missiles provided by Iran.

Iran's Deadly Influence in Yemen

Armin Baldwin 07 December 2017

by Armin Baldwin 

When former president of Yemen Ali Abdullah Saleh announced that he was formally cancelling his alliance with the Houthi rebels, he was pretty much guaranteeing that he would be the target of an assassination attempt. Saleh was assassinated by Houthi rebels two days after he announced his decision and videos of his bloody and lifeless body were spread across social media.

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