Iran came out of the recent war between Israel and Hamas thinking it has achieved something. It has helped put the Palestinian “resistance” back on the map, its leadership and media think. Its analysis is that Israel’s defenses were challenged and even breached. This is why it is highlighting new threats against Israel this week.
After 18 days of cease fire with Hamas, Israel levelled serious allegations against Iran on Monday. Hamas is getting over 50% budgets, supplies, weapons and other support from Iran, an Israel foreign ministry official said.
Ismail Haniyeh (Head of Hamas Political Bureau) thanked Egypt, Qatar and the UN “for diplomatic efforts to reach a ceasefire” and Iran for providing the Palestinian resistance with “money, weapons and technical support.”
At least 24 Israelis hurt, one seriously; 23 Palestinians said killed, among them children; military says most were Hamas members or killed by errant Gazan rockets, not IDF strikes
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has in separate messages to the leaders of Lebanese and Palestinian resistance groups wished success for Hezbollah and Hamas fighters as well as voiced his support for the Palestinian cause.
The US-based security company Proofpoint said a group of Iranian hackers targeted American and Israeli senior medical professionals, the company’s report said.
British-Iranian workers’ rights campaigner Mehran Raoof, 64, has been held in solitary confinement for five months in Tehran’s notorious Evin prison after he was secretly recorded talking about politics in a cafe, human rights campaigners have revealed.
Iran’s stockpile of ballistic missiles poses a “major threat” to the Arabian Gulf, the Middle East and western nations, diplomats at a press conference hosted by the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) warned on Thursday.
Tehran supports attacks on Saudi Arabia by the Iran-backed Houthi militia in Yemen, the commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps’ overseas Quds Force has admitted.
On February 13, 2021, the FBI issued a public appeal to locate Monica Witt, a former US counterintelligence agent who defected to Iran in 2013 and was formally charged with espionage in 2019.
Activists on Wednesday expressed alarm that an Iranian “prisoner of conscience” jailed over a protest by a religious sect in 2018 had been hospitalized in a critical condition, alleging that his health had been weakened by torture.