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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.

  • Total still in South Pars Phase 11, report claims

    Source: Offshore TEHRAN, Iran – There have been no changes to Iran’s multi-billion-dollar agreement with Total for Phase 11 of the South Pars gas field in the Persian Gulf, according to a report by news service Shana. Mohammad Mostafavi, director of business and investment at National Iranian Oil Co., said: …

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Editorial Choice:

A possible ‘Plan B’ for Iran

Source: The Washington Times By Kambiz Mahmoudi Wednesday, August 15, 2018   ANALYSIS/OPINION: As the economic situation in Iran continues to deteriorate due to renewed sanctions imposed by the Trump administration and protesters point fingers at the regime, …

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Worse Is Ahead for Iran Regime

By Benny Avni Source: The NY Sun As the Iranian regime reels under the strain of renewed sanctions, the Trump administration is already preparing the next phase. We see too little of it in our press, but …

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Study: Iran Carrying Out More Cyberattacks for Profit

Michael Lipin Source: Voice of America (VOA) A U.S.-based cybersecurity intelligence group says Iranian state institutions have perpetrated a growing number of international cyberattacks for profit in recent months. In a VOA Persian interview, Accenture Security …

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Admission and retraction Khomeiniist style

Top IRGC Official Gen. Sha’bani In Fars News Agency Interview: ‘We Told The Yemenis To Attack The Two Saudi Tankers, And They Attacked’ Source: Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) On August 6, 2018, the Iranian …

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What Trump Could Do For Iran

By Amir Taheri Source: Asharq Al-Awsat “To resist or not to resist?” In Tehran’s political circles these days that is the question. The prospect of fresh sanctions to be imposed by the United States and its …

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Why is MEK Group So Unpopular Among Iranians?

By Babak Taghvaee Source: The Global Post Despite all the efforts, the exiled Iranian political-militant organization Mojahedin-e Khalqm’s (MEK) remains unpopular among ordinary Iranians, Iranian dissidents, and opposition figures in the United States.   When the U.S. …

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Iran: Neither Bread nor Freedom

by Ali Alfoneh August 1, 2018 Source: The Arab Gulf States Institute in Washington On July 31, the Islamic Republic was once again shaken by rallies beginning in Gohardasht, in Alborz province, and Isfahan, the third largest …

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Iran’s attack on Bab al-Mandeb

 By Abdulrahman Al-Rashed Source: Asharq Al-Awsat Tehran’s regime is cunning, and this is what distinguishes it from other evil regimes like Saddam’s regime in Iraq. The Houthis’ targeting of Bab al-Mandeb Strait in the Red Sea is …

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Why Khamenei Can’t Do a Kim Jong-Un?

By Amir Taheri Source: Asharq Al-Awsat English The other day in Tehran, the arrival at the International Airport of a US-registered passenger plane triggered an avalanche of rumors that, for brief moment, buried the anxieties that …

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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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