The Chambers English Dictionary defines “diplomat” as: “1. a government official or representative engaged in diplomacy. 2. a very tactful person.” There was nothing diplomatic or tactful in the actions of Assadollah Assadi, a senior diplomat from the Iranian Embassy in Vienna.
On July 15, 2020, the trial of Assadi, an Iranian diplomat, and three other terrorists began in Antwerp, Belgium. By thwarting that terrorist plot, Belgian police foiled perhaps one of the century’s most significant terrorist plots, even bigger than Bataklan in Paris
It is no coincidence that just over a month after Israel and the United Arab Emirates declared that they would normalise relations and Israel and Bahrain did the same, Iraq has announced that it has signed a contract with Jordan to connect the electric power grids of the two countries
Iran is striving to find a foothold in Europe, especially in the Balkans because of its thorny history tinged with political and sectarian conflicts in which Tehran has invested, in order to expand its ideological influence. But Kosovo is trying to free itself from the consequences of the Iranian expansion on its soil.
Russia will build its relations with Iran without taking into account the US threat to put sanctions, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said on Thursday, Anadolu Agency reports.
In a press release on Tuesday, the British Committee for Iran Freedom (BCFIF) announced the support of over 250 lawmakers from Europe and Arab countries for the snapback of all United Nations’ sanctions on the Iranian regime for its illicit activities and trying to obtain nuclear weapons
Abolhassan Firoozabadi, the secretary of Iran’s Supreme Council of Cyberspace (ISCC), says that if Internet platforms are not compatible with the laws and standards of the Islamic Republic, they will be censored.
Amid the rising discussion about re-imposing sanctions on the Iranian regime, it is necessary to understand why it is important for the United Nations to reimpose all sanctions on the mullahs’ regime.
The United States has announced the names of 14 terrorists under the direct control of the Iranian regime’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei who was involved in the assassination of prominent opposition figure Dr. Kazem Rajavi.
Following the assassination of several human and social rights activists in Iraq by the Iranian regime’s terrorist proxy groups, protesters stormed several buildings belonging to the Iranian regime’s proxy groups in the southern cities of Iraq
On August 21, the U.S. Department of State announced visa restrictions on 14 Iranian individuals for their involvement in gross violations of human rights on behalf of the Iranian regime, the world’s leading state sponsor of terrorism