Qatar and Iran – suspicious relationship and intersecting interests

Geography plays an important role in shaping the relationship between Qatar and Iran, bringing the two countries together via maritime borders in the Arabian Gulf. Accordingly, they also share close economic relations, linked to the oil and gas industries, as a large part of Qatari energy comes from a common field with Iran.

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Iran launches underground ballistic missiles during exercise – Video

Iran’s paramilitary Revolutionary Guard launched underground ballistic missiles Wednesday as part of an exercise involving a mock-up American aircraft carrier in the Strait of Hormuz, highlighting its network of subterranean missile sites.

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U.S. bases in the Persian Gulf go on alert after Iran fires ballistic missiles

Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) has launched underground ballistic missiles as part of a drill involving a fake U.S. aircraft carrier during military exercises in the Strait of Hormuz, a day after the IRGC fired a missile from a helicopter targeting the same carrier.

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Iran’s value of exports to UAE rises 8 percent in a quarter

As published on the TPO official website, Farzad Piltan said that Iran has exported commodities worth about $1 billion to the UAE during the first three months of this year.

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Mullah regime at its weakest

The Iranian regime’s crises are increasing day after day, including the succession of mysterious explosions throughout the country, which included civilian and military targets, in addition to the renewed crisis between the army and the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC).

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Iran offers unconditional support to Hamas and Islamic Jihad

Since Hamas and Islamic Jihad remained on the sidelines in the Syrian civil war and left their respective offices in Damascus in 2012, Iran, a staunch ally of the Syrian regime, suspended its financial support to both movements, cutting off their largest sources of funding.

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