A new report released by the Alma Research and Education Center has exposed new details about suspected efforts by the Iranian-led Shi’ite axis to build civilian support networks throughout south Syria.
A French daily newspaper, founded by the famous philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre in 1973, is the latest to join the ignoble list of so-called left-wing media organs to demonize the main Iranian democratic opposition movement.
The trial of Iranian diplomat Assadollah Assadi and his three co-conspirators for the attempted bombing of the 2018 Free Iran rally in Paris began on Friday. Many people believe this trial should shine a light on terrorism as a whole, especially the role played by Iran’s embassies and diplomats.
On the morning of June 30, 2018, my family and I took an early flight to Charles de Gaulle Airport to attend the annual Free Iran Grand Gathering in Villepinte, Paris.
A Belgian court will deliver its verdict on Jan. 22 in the trial of an Iranian diplomat accused of plotting to bomb an exiled opposition group’s rally, his lawyer told AFP.
An Iranian diplomat suspected of leading a failed state-sponsored bomb attack in Europe has received a 20-year prison sentence in Belgium.
In a press conference earlier this morning, Rik Vanrusel and Christophe Marchand, the Belgian lawyers representing the 25 civil parties in the terrorism case against Assadollah Assadi, a senior Iranian regime diplomat and the station chief for the Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS), elaborated on the details of the thwarted plot to bomb the annual Free Iran Gathering held on June 30, 2018, at the Villepinte, near Paris.
Allegedly handed off by a Vienna-based Iranian diplomat to an Iranian-Belgian couple at a Pizza Hut in Luxembourg in June 2018, it was a powerful bomb intended to attack a convention of thousands of opponents of the Iranian regime just outside Paris a few days later. A tip from Israeli intelligence to European authorities stopped the attack.
A terrorist network in Belgium affiliated with the Iranian government will be on trial on November 27, 2020.
The bomb was meant to explode in a Paris suburb during a huge rally being held by an exiled Iranian opposition group. It could have caused carnage.
Would you take a commercial flight from Tehran to Vienna if you knew there was a powerful bomb on board without the crew ever knowing it? And if you knew it consisted of half a kilogram of TATP, a homemade explosive that is “very sensitive to heat, friction