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38 years after the revolution in Iran, the killing continues. The Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps, the IRGC, has killed an estimated 1500 U.S. soldiers in Iraq using Explosively Formed Projectiles, EFPs. Hear from two of their victims.

  • Chemical attacks in Syria; the role of the IRGC exposed

    Following the release of dozens of reports on the use of German-made agents and materials in Syria’s toxic weapon-borne missiles, the German manufacturer of this article announced that the agent had been sold to an Iranian businessman. According to the French Radio, the issue of …

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Execution to those who disturb mullas society

Tehran’s Friday prayer leader, Ayatollah Kazem Sadighi Those who disturb the security of our society, should either be executed or have their limbs amputated. Defying and opposing the Supreme Leader carries a sentence of execution

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Democrat’s FISA memo doesn’t refute GOP charges

For all the hype and breathless commentary by Democrat cheerleaders in the media, the memo released on Friday by the House Intelligence Committee Democrats fails to live up to its key claims. It provides no information to disprove the Republican …

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DEADLY THREAT FROM IRAN

Former IRGC commander threatens to nuke Israel – and why he’s for real. Maj. General Mohsen Rezai founded Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps in the early days of the revolution, upon the personal orders of Ayatollah …

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The Ayatollahs have nothing to celebrate

The Ayatollahs have nothing to celebrate The Report Card of the Islamic Republic on its 39th Anniversary Everywhere else in the world, anniversaries bring in celebration of accomplishments. The Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI) headed by …

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Iranian Protests & Mullah’s Diminishing Power

Iran’s rulers are losing their last group of supporters The chants echoing across Iran in the past month must have unsettled Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and President Hassan Rouhani. “Death to Khamenei!” “Death to Rouhani!” “We …

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The Islamic Republic of Iran Is Doomed

the protests sweeping Iran belie the once popular notion that the spirit of the Green Revolution that nearly toppled the Islamic Republic in 2009 has been extinguished. It is possible that an Islamist regime with little …

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Making Iran Great Again

Bit by bit, we are getting a fuller picture of how Tehran’s tyrants have wrecked the country. For the most part, the reports in the American press have recounted the economic woes leading up to the …

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Iran: Anatomy of a National Revolt

With its flames declining after days of high blaze, the “events” that shook Iran in December and early January are still attracting a tsunami of comment, speculation and, as always in such cases, misrepresentation. The first …

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Why Iran’s Monarchy Could Unite a Divided Country

During Iran’s now subsiding protests, which started in late December 2017, Iranians from across the country protested the country’s economic and political conditions, with many questioning Iranian interventionism in Syria and Gaza. Interestingly, not all that …

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Behind the Latest Protests in Iran

President Trump brought senior members of his national security team along with him to Camp David this weekend to brief Republican leaders in Congress about a range of foreign issues facing the U.S. In just the …

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Human Rights Violators

Mostafa Pourmohammadi

Mostafa Pourmohammadi (born 9 March 1960, Qom) is an Iranian prosecutor and politician, who has served at different positions and cabinet posts. He has been minister of justice since 15 August 2013. Pourmohammadi was prosecutor of …

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Saeed Mortazavi

Saeed Mortazavi (born 1967) is an Iranian politician, former judge and former prosecutor. He was prosecutor of the Islamic Revolutionary Court, and Prosecutor General of Tehran, a position he held from 2003 to 2009. He has …

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Sadeq Ardeshir Larijani

Sadeq Ardeshir Larijani (born 12 March 1961), more known as Amoli Larijani, is an Iranian cleric, politician and the current and fifth head of the judicial system of Iran after the 1979 revolution. Early life and …

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Abbas Jafari Dolatabadi

In April 2011, the European Union named Jafari-Dolatabadi as an individual subject to sanctions for human rights violations, according to the Official Journal of the European Union. Dolatabadi’s office indicted a number of protesters who participated …

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