Sayyidah Zaynab area in Damascus – capital for Iranian expansion in Syria

The town of Sayyidah Zaynab on the outskirts of the Syrian capital, Damascus, was just a town with a religious character among the Shiite sect, as it includes the burial site of the daughter of the caliph Ali bin Abi Talib, according to the beliefs of this doctrine.

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Iran deploys Missiles covering the Strait Of Hormuz

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2020 – the year of Iran’s Precision-Guided Missile

In the second of its new Webinar series, the Australia/Israel & Jewish Affairs Council (AIJAC) hosted Dr Jonathan Schanzer, Senior Vice President for Research at the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies in the USA. Dr Schanzer, who previously worked as a terrorism finance analyst at the US Department of the Treasury

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Iran’s terrifying Ballistic Missile Sejjil could carry a nuclear warhead

Beginning the mid-to-late-1990s, Iran began working on a medium-range ballistic missile that had a decent range and good payload. Tehran wanted a weapon that could carry both conventional high-explosive ordnance, as well as be nuclear-capable, should Iran achieve the required know-how. What came out of those design requirements was the Sejjil missile.

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41 Years of Arrest Torture and Execution of Baha’i Doctors in Iran

The shortage becomes even more glaring when we know that from the outset of the 1979 Islamic Revolution some Baha’i doctors have been executed solely for their beliefs while the rest were dismissed from their positions for the same reason. Between 1979 and 1981, the new Islamic Republic government expelled all Baha’is working in healthcare, regardless of their experience and expertise, from government hospitals and medical centers.

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