Protests seem to be endless in Iran, especially with water shortages getting more acute in the occupied Arab region of Ahwaz, southwest of Iran.
Iran’s mullahs are relentlessly glorifying the former commander of Quds Force, Qasem Soleimani, who was killed in an American air raid in January 2020 as his motorcade got out of Baghdad International Airport.
The website of the Al-Mayadeen television channel, which is affiliated with the resistance axis, recently posted a letter from Qassem Soleimani, the commander of the Qods Force in Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC), to Muhammad Deif, commander of Hamas’s military wing, the ‘Izz Al-Din Al-Qassam Brigades
The Assaha Hotel is a tall traditional Lebanese stone building with a large swimming pool and tables for al fresco dining at the back. The rooms are painted gold and the beds satin sheeted.
Prompted by US pressure and deteriorating economic conditions, as well as by the Iranian currency’s loss of its purchasing power, the Iranian parliament has approved a bill to redenominate the country’s national currency
“If The Zionist Entity Takes Even The Slightest Initiative, You May Rest Assured That We Will Raze The Israeli Cities To The Ground”
This year’s anti-Zionist, Quds Day rallies in Iran will go ahead online amid the coronavirus pandemic, announced Nosrtollah Lotfi, the deputy chief of the Islamic Development Coordinating Council, yesterday.
Tensions are high between the United States and Iran, days after Iranian Revolutionary Guard boats harassed American warships in the Arab Gulf off the coast of Kuwait.
Iran has acquired three bomb-carrying drones with a range of 932 miles as tensions with the US escalate following the killing of General Soleimani.
Iran has been hard hit by the coronavirus. By mid April 2020, the official statistics showed over 75,000 cases and almost 5,000 deaths. Regime critics and media outlets surmised that the real number of infected and the death toll is much higher. One estimate is that the number of dead is at least four times the declared official numbers.
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is one of the biggest challenges the world has faced in decades, with some comparing its impact to that of the Second World War. As the number of confirmed cases exceeds 1.5 million and the news of UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson being treated in intensive care baffles the world, this pandemic will nevertheless not be the end of globalization