Iran’s president Raisi expresses skepticism on FATF accession

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi (Raeesi) Monday criticized the previous administration for insisting on Iran’s accession to the Financial Action Task Force (FATF). In a speech to families of those killed in the Iran-Iraq War (1980-1988), he suggested his government might prefer to focus on relations with “neighbors and friendly countries,” including presumably China and Russia.

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With Ebrahim Raisi as its President Iran Regime’s threats increase

Ebrahim Raisi, the Iranian regime’s new president was inaugurated last Thursday. The following day, as one of his first official actions in office, Raisi held meetings with representatives of several of the regime’s militant proxies from across the region.

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NSA reveal chatter about planned Iran terror attack in DC

The US National Security Agency intercepted communications between Iranian Quds Force operatives in January about a concrete Iranian terrorist plot on American soil – an attack on Fort McNair in Washington DC – in an effort to kill Army Vice Chief of Staff General Joseph M. Martin.

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