The Iranian military said Wednesday it had successfully tested anti-missile defenses for “sensitive” sites during war games in central Iran, after Israeli and US warnings over its nuclear program.
Iran has been conducting new construction activity at an underground facility near the Bakhtaran ballistic missile base in Kermanshah Province in western Iran, The Intel Lab intelligence, an imagery consulting firm reported Saturday.
In the context of the attempts to revive the nuclear agreement with Iran, little attention is given to the Islamic Republic’s meddling beyond the Middle East — especially in Africa. The Iranian regime, as well as its main proxy Hezbollah, is a growing presence there.
Since 2014-2015, when the Houthis overthrew the internationally recognized Yemeni government in Sanaa, they have been systematically targeting Makkah, with the Saudi air defenses succeeding in shooting down many ballistic missiles aimed at the holy city.
For the first time since its establishment in 1979, the Iranian regime has successfully led a navy flotilla to the Atlantic Ocean
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported Wednesday, June 23, that Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps(IRGC), with the help of Iraqi Popular Mobilization Forces(PMF), have built workshops to locally produce missile launch platforms inside Syria.
Iran’s president-elect says he’s not willing to negotiate over Tehran’s ballistic missile program, nor its support of regional militias.
Gulf Arab states said on Wednesday it would be dangerous to separate global powers’ nuclear deal with Iran from Tehran’s missile program and destabilizing behavior, and reiterated a call that they be included in the dialogue.
Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said that he limited the range of Iran ballistic missiles capability to 2,000 kilometers, despite IRGC requests to increase the range to 4,000 and 5,000 kilometers.
The report showed a dramatic increase in the number of members and supporters from the internationally recognized terrorist movements, Hamas and Hezbollah, who are active in Germany.
NATO leaders on Monday agreed to step up their collective defence “against all threats, from all directions,” according to their final statement.