Iran’s sleeper cell spy network made up of Hezbollah and IRGC

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.

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Arab League slams Iran for interference in regional issues

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.

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Revolutionary Guards Play Politics with the Coronavirus

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.

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Iran’s continuing cyber-mischief during the coronavirus crisis

Iranian hackers and propaganda networks have been working overtime during the novel coronavirus pandemic. In the first week of May, Israel’s ClearSky cybersecurity reportedly discovered the attempted and possibly successful hack of American biopharmaceutical company Gilead Sciences

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Kadhimi is Iraq’s Next Iran-Backed Prime Minister

On April 9, Iraqi President Barham Salih nominated Mustafa al-Kadhimi, Iraq’s director of National Intelligence Services and a former journalist, as the nation’s next prime minister-designate, giving him 30 days to assemble his cabinet and receive a vote of confidence from the parliament. After more than four months of searching after the resignation of Adel Abdul Mahdi, Iraq may have finally found its next leader.

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Iran trying to activate trade foreign offices

The Iranian government, relevant organization of the Ministry of Industry, Mines and Trade and the country’s private sector are trying to activate the country’s foreign trade offices, said Hamid Zadboum, Deputy Minister of Industry, Mine and Trade of Iran and Chairman of the Trade Development Organization, Trend reports citing official website of Organization.

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Iran looms large in Central Asia despite sanctions

Saudi Arabia may have gotten more than it bargained for when authorities in Khujand, Tajikistan’s second-largest city, ordered that the city’s largest and most popular mosque be converted into a cinema. The order followed the closure of some 2,000 mosques in the country in the last three years, and the arrest last month of scores of Muslim clerics and teachers, many of whom were accused of being members of the Muslim Brotherhood, a group that is banned in both Tajikistan and the Saudi kingdom

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