U.S. warns Venezuela and Cuba to turn away Iranian ships believed to be carrying arms

The Biden administration is urging Venezuela and Cuba to turn away two Iranian warships believed to be carrying arms intended for transfer to Caracas, while vowing that the U.S. will take “appropriate measures” to deter what it sees as a “threat” to America’s partners in the Western Hemisphere.

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The U.S. should harbor no illusions about Iran

Before he became president, Joe Biden spent decades seeking reconciliation in the Middle East. By his second term as vice president, his frustration with feuding nations and factions was palpable.

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Muslim leaders and government officials denounce Iran’s persecution of Baha’is

Leading Muslims, government officials, and parliamentarians around the world have joined a growing outcry at the unjust confiscation of properties owned by Baha’is in the farming village of Ivel in Iran. The ruling to allow Iranian authorities to confiscate the properties, clearly motivated by religious prejudice, was recently upheld in an appeals court and has left dozens of families internally displaced and economically impoverished.

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Asadullah Asadi – Extremist Iranian diplomat threatening Europe

The ruling against the Iranian diplomat Asadullah Asadi reignited talk about the espionage network led by Tehran against the countries of the European Union through diplomatic missions and religious and cultural centers.

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Iranian militias besiege Syrian cities as part of IRGC plan to change demographics

Iranian militias in Syria continue to spread to the east and south as part of a plan to change the demographics, led by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), including the Afghan Fatemiyoun, the Pakistani Zeinabiyoun, the Lebanese Hezbollah, the Abu al-Fadl al-Abbas Brigade, and branches of the Iraqi Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF).

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