In the context of the Iranian regime’s relentless pursuit to extend its terrorist arms throughout the world, the Lebanese Hezbollah and the Iranian Revolutionary Guards (IRGC), have intensified their activities against the United States and other important foreign countries, serving as terrorist groups that exercise the tasks of reconnaissance and gathering information until they are instructed by Tehran to launch terrorist attacks, commonly in the form of sleeper cells.
The Arab League has condemned Iran’s continued interference in the internal affairs of Arab countries — both directly and through its proxies — which it said posed a risk to regional security and stability.
Last week, a powerful Iranian general went on state-run television to make an extraordinary claim: His elite military unit, the Revolutionary Guard Corps, possessed a machine that could detect the coronavirus from 100 meters away.
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.
Tehran stubbornly continues its controversial armament programs that threaten the security of the region and the entire world, especially its missile program, which the mullah regime spends lots of money on developing and supporting, even in light of the hardships facing the country such as the deterioration of the economy and the living conditions of the Iranian people.
The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) on Thursday called on Iran to release a journalist serving an 18-month sentence in a notorious Tehran prison for giving an interview to the BBC.
Several Iranian swimmers recently teamed up to make a video clip, using quarantines, coronavirus and a love of swimming as their theme. And yet the only part of the video that an outlet like Iran’s Young Journalists’ Club, a new agency, could focus on was the fact that the video included some women who were not wearing Islamic headscarves.
Qatar-owned Al Jazeera has come under fire for a podcast that glorifies Qassem Soleimani, the Iranian general killed in a US airstrike earlier this year.
Iran has been increasing dependence on its cyber militias in launching attacks against what it deems as enemy states.
Iran’s Tasnim news says that the land border with Turkey at Bazargan has re-opened to allow 60 trucks a day to cross. Iran has been suffering under sanctions, but it wants to increase trade with Ankara. Over the years, Iran has worked closely with Turkey on trade.
Top Iranian official hold talks with Taliban leaders in Qatar