Iran stands today as a formidable drone power despite the strictures of a UN arms embargo. Iran has invested heavily in domestic drone manufacturing and benefitted from accessible technological advances in the commercial drone market. This has enabled the country to acquire an arsenal of unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) systems which have wreaked havoc around the Middle East.
NIAC has identified itself as a Washington, DC-based non-profit organization but has faced controversy in the past over allegations it has worked closely with the Iranian regime.
The IRGC is the main force of the regime, which both oppresses people inside Iran and exports chaos and terrorism abroad. But the question is how this entity is funded? In this piece, we intend to show how the world’s largest terrorist organization is funded.
Over the past 40 years, the Iranian regime has been using its embassies throughout the world for the export of terrorism and assassinating its opponents. From Austria to Albania to Iraq, an expansionist Iran has turned embassies into terrorism planning sites to meddle in host governments and hunt down the opposition
Parviz Mardani, German citizen, under instruction of IFIC is involved in money laundering and circumvention of US sanction against Iran. His latest registered company in Germany is Called Rheinbach Investment GmbH where he launder money for the government of Iran for malicious purposes and they operate under varies entities in Germany and other part of the world and in Europe
Astan Quds Razavi is under the control and supervision of the Iranian regime’s supreme leader Ali Khamenei. Astan-e Quds Razavi has played an active role in providing financial, material and logistical support to fundamentalist and terrorist groups.
Every ISP must be approved by both the Telecommunication Company of Iran (TCI) and the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance, and must implement content-control software for websites and e-mail. ISPs face heavy penalties if they do not comply with the government filter lists
Telecommunication industry in Iran will always be controlled by the IRGC mob and the mullahs one way or another IRGC and Regime will find a way to install themselves in the telecommunications sector, to control the networks and information spreading.
Bonyad Taavon Sepah acts as the IRGC’s investment arm and is currently considered to be the fifth largest holding company in Iran. It is involved in various commercial enterprises in the construction, agriculture, energy sector.
IFIC and ASCOTEC networks allows the Iranian regime to operate globally-Mostly in Europe. These entities and their subsidiaries are engaged in significant business activity according to the Iranian interest…
Despite its clear ties with the Supreme Leader and the IRGC. The fact that such an organization which holds vast economic abilities and proven ties to the “bad elements” of the Iranian regime…