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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.

  • Outlaw Regime: A Chronicle of Iran’s Destructive Activities

    To access the full dossier, please click on this link to the Department of State’s Iran Action Group for all 48 pages ✽   ✽   ✽   ✽   ✽   ✽   ✽   ✽   ✽   ✽   ✽   ✽   ✽   ✽   ✽   ✽   ✽   ✽   ✽   ✽  I am pleased to release the State Department’s …

  • Russia absurdly in denial of facts about the Khomeiniist Regime

    Russia: No proof that Iran backs terrorism by Joel Gehrke Source: Washington Examiner   Western powers “do not have proof” that Iran supports terrorism, according to Russia’s top diplomat. “We do not have proof that, for example, Iran is a state…

  • Noteworthy Around Twitter, Thursday, September 27th

      ISICRC Recommends:   European leaders discredit themselves by trying to triangulate on Iran’s policy of destabilization in the Middle East. They say they share “America’s concerns about Iran” but add that they woul…

  • A Swift Iran Decision

    Iranian banks have to be expelled from the global financing network. By The Editorial Board Source: Wall Street Journal   Another trans-Atlantic showdown is looming as the Trump Administration prepares its next tranche of financial sanctions on Iran, and the puzzle is why Europe keeps backing …

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IRGC appoints new chief for construction arm

BY AMIR TOUMAJ Source: FDD Long War Journal Earlier this month, Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) chief commander Major General Mohammad-Ali Jafari appointed 50-year old Saeed Mohammad as the new chief of Khatam al Anbiya Construction Base (IRGC-KAA), the …

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Fincen Claims Iran Is Using Crypto to Evade Sanctions

By Samuel Haig  Source: Bitcoin.com   The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network has warned U.S financial institutions that the Iranian government might be dodging economic sanctions by using cryptocurrencies. The document highlights challenges arising from peer-to-peer virtual …

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Iran seeks trade ties with East Africa

Iran’s VP visits Kenya and Uganda for business opportunities. By ALLAN OLINGO Source: The East African (Kenya)   IN SUMMARY Iran’s Vice President for Science and Technology Sorena Sattari was in Uganda and Kenya last week …

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Here’s How Iran Hides Its Secret Oil Trade

By Ellen R. Wald , Senior Contributor/Markets Source: Forbes Countries that depend on Iranian oil could, and likely will, continue to import Iranian oil after the sanctions deadline The data on oil movements show conclusively that Iran’s oil …

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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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