“Al-Bonyan for Engineering and Contracting Company” is affiliated with Hizballah that regularly receives lucrative contracts financed by international organizations as well as the Lebanese government.
The head of Iran’s Holy Shrines’ Reconstruction Headquarters, Mohammad Jalal Ma’ab, says, despite the coronavirus epidemic in Iraq, building the “Zaynab Courtyard” project in the city of Karbala “continued unabated”.
In the Iranian rhetoric playbook, every failure must be met with an equal and opposite claim to some form of success. The failure of Iran to protect critical infrastructure, as well as a series of explosions at a missile factory and nuclear site over the last week and a half
The threat posed by Iranian cyber actors has been a growing concern for the past decade, yet people have yet to see the destructive capabilities these actors could produce. Iran can affect global infrastructure, drag out and disrupt a potential Middle East peace process
The commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps Navy said Iran has established onshore and offshore missile cities all along the coasts of the Persian Gulf and the Sea of Oman that would be a “nightmare” for the enemy.
The Islamic Republic Ground Corps had announced it would receive at least 800 of the new tanks, which despite no assistance from Russia, do closely resemble the T-90S.
Iran’s government confirmed Sunday that a building damaged by fire at a nuclear facility within the country in recent days was used for centrifuge assembly after previously downplaying the location’s significance.
Iran’s missile collection is quite remarkable and draws on lessons gained during the Iran-Iraq war. During that conflict, Tehran learned that it’s cheaper and easier to have a strong defense
A US envy and one of the most high-profile member of president Donald Trump’s administration blasted the Supreme Leader of Iran on Sunday for his regime’s elimination of homosexuals.
While the rest of the world was preoccupied with other things this spring and summer, Iranian leaders — despite a severe COVID-19 epidemic in their own country, were busy creating another threat.
Kataib Hezbollah (KH), or Brigades of the Party of God, is an Iran-sponsored Shiite paramilitary group in Iraq. Although the group was officially founded in April 2007, its leaders have been actively engaged in anti-Western pro-Iran activities since the 1980s and have expanded their influence beginning in 2003