840 Iranian academics ask IRGC Aerospace commander to fire on any intruding B-52s

“A sum of 840 university professors in the fields of soft power and soft war, in a letter to Brigadier General Hajizadeh, urged him to shoot down any hostile warplane and warship, especially the American B-52s, as soon as they are detected in the territorial waters and skies of Iran,” the academics said in an open letter on Monday, according to the Fars news agency.

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Classifying Houthis as terrorist organization terrifies Iran

In a move that confirms the true intentions of the Iranian-backed terrorist Houthi militia, the internationally recognized Yemeni government welcomed Washington’s designation of the Houthis as a terrorist organization, while the group affirmed that the classification would not affect their militant path and that it reserves the “right to respond.”

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Pompeo to accuse Iran of Al-Qaeda links in Tuesday speech

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo plans to use newly declassified US intelligence on Tuesday to publicly accuse Iran of ties to Al-Qaeda, two people familiar with the matter said, as part of his last-minute offensive against Tehran before handing over to the incoming Biden administration.

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Claims by Hamas about 22 million from Soleimani sparks outrage in Iran

Recent statements by Mahmoud al-Zahar that Qassem Soleimani transferred bundles of cash to Gaza in 2006 is undermining Tehran’s propaganda campaign on the anniversary of the Quds Force commander’s assassination.

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GCC summit sends a clear message to belligerent Iran

We are only one week into 2021 and already the leaders of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) have set this region on a new path following a historic summit in Al Ula, Saudi Arabia — setting differences aside, turning the page and beginning a new chapter in cooperation and security, and focusing too on the clear and present danger posed by aggressive Iran.

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Iran influenced U.S. recognition of Moroccan Sahara

The former Director-General of the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Dore Gold, has declared that Iran’s attempts to increase its influence in North Africa was one of the reasons that led the US to recognize Moroccan sovereignty over Western Sahara.

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