Three fake journalists who seeded dozens of anti-Israel and anti-American stories on social media may have been part of an Iranian disinformation plot, a report said.
Since coming to power in 1979, the Iranian regime, through The Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) has been implicated in more than three hundred sixty assassinations, terrorist plots, and terrorist attacks in more than forty countries. This does not include arrest, torture, and killing of thousands of political activists or journalists inside Iran
Gangsters are usually experts at blackmail, extortion and the protection racket. The criminal Iranian regime excels at all three.
Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei welcomes a group of artists and filmmakers while exchanging pleasantries and cracking a joke about reports a prominent filmmaker had received residency in Canada.
Alongside the continued development of its huge West Karoun oil fields, the completion of the supergiant South Pars non-associated gas offshore sector (including the implementation of Phase 11 operations), and the finalisation of the crude oil transfer pipeline
The terrorist organization Hamas received more than $22 million from slain Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) commander Qassem Soleimani when a delegation from the Palestinian militant group visited Tehran in 2006, a top Hamas official said Monday.
Mentioning his upcoming visit to Tehran for attending the two countries’ ninth Joint Economic Committee meeting, Dawood said: “This meeting was due to be held in October but following the escalation of the coronavirus spread the event was postponed…
Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei cried for healthcare workers on television on Sunday, December 20. However, it was all an act to distract people from the ten months that the ruling system has spent lying about and mishandling the pandemic.
The importance placed on Soleimani postmortem, shows Iran doesn’t have a replacement for Soleimani.
A new report released by the Alma Research and Education Center has exposed new details about suspected efforts by the Iranian-led Shi’ite axis to build civilian support networks throughout south Syria.
In April 2019, Iran’s Foreign Minister Javad Zarif was welcomed as an honored guest at the headquarters of the terrorist Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC)