A report by the opposition People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI), revealed the death rates under the regime of Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, which reached about 277 people in 2020, placing Iran at the forefront of the countries that carry out executions in the world.
Iranian conventional arms proliferation poses a persistent threat to regional and international security, as evidenced by Iran’s continued military support and confirmed arms transfers that fuel ongoing conflict in Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, Yemen, and elsewhere.
One of the commanders of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps, Brigadier General Amir Ali Hajizadeh, announced on Friday, the birth of a “new force” in the Revolutionary Guard due to the merging of two military forces.
Iran’s paramilitary Revolutionary Guard conducted a drill Friday that saw “suicide drones” crash into targets and explode, triangle-shaped aircraft that strongly resembled those used in a 2019 attack in Saudi Arabia that temporarily cut the kingdom’s oil production by half.
Iran has once again reverse engineered an Israeli weapon that was likely transferred to them from Syria after it was used in the Arab Republic.
Iranian forces and their proxy militias redeployed in the past few hours in areas attacked last Wednesday by a series of airstrikes in eastern Syria.
The commander of the border guards of the Iranian internal security forces, Brigadier General Ahmed Ali Kuderzi, said that his country is coordinating with Turkey in the field of providing security for the border areas, pointing out that this cooperation will be strengthened in the future.
A cyber-espionage group linked to the Iranian government timed a mobile phishing campaign with the Christmas holidays, using email and text messages to target individuals at think tanks, universities and elsewhere, according to new research.
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Meanwhile, the family members of the victims of a downed Ukrainian plane have no hope for justice, while Tehran and Havana are set to produce their own coronavirus vaccine
Iran has sent drones to Yemen, enabling the creation of a base for so-called “suicide drones” or what are known as loitering munitions, according to Newsweek. The report claims that “Shahed-136” drones are now based in Al-Jawf. These are supposedly “advanced UAVs.”