NCRI - Dhahi Khalfan, deputy police chief of Dubai, tweeted a message on Monday saying Iran plays a devious role in spreading sectarianism amongst Muslims.
“The Iranian people are tired of the lying mullahs who take advantage of religion for their own personal interests. The velayat-e faqih is a dictatorship ruling with an Iron fist that kills its dissidents and plunders Muslims’ assets,” he said in a message.
NCRI - According to reports, prison officials in Kerman Central Prison have on Saturday March 25 transferred Afsaneh Bayazidi to solitary confinement, where the Kurdish girl will be held till the end of this week, namely for 15 days, according to a decision made by security officials.
An informed source from inside the prison has confirmed that Afsaneh Bayazidi has been ‘questioned and interrogated’ by Kerman Central Prison officials after writing a closed letter to Iranian regime’s supreme leader Ali Khamenei, according to a Kurdish news agency.
NCRI - The Iranian regime’s president Hassan Rouhani arrived in Sanandaj, Kordestan Saturday.
This is Rouhani’s second visit to Kordestan during his presidency that, as he claims, is aimed at launching construction projects.
Coincided with Rouhani’s visit, Kordestan steelworkers held a protest really.
Here’s how to blueprint the most effective Iran policy
Iran has been continuing its series of blatant measures in defiance of norms accepted as standard by the international community, all as the Trump administration continues to weigh on blacklisting the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC). Iran has gone as far as pledging to launch “roaring missiles” in response to threats. To this day, several ballistic missile launches – capable of delivering nuclear payloads – have been Tehran’s report card. Heshmat Alavi wrote in Al-Arabiya on March 27, 2017 and the article continues as follows:
NCRI - A Pakistani man was convicted in Germany on Monday of spying for Iran to search out potential attack targets for the Revolutionary Guards.
The defendant, 31-year-old Mustufa Haidar Syed-Naqfi, was sentenced to four years and three months in prison "for working for a foreign intelligence service", a spokeswoman for Berlin's superior court said. ‘Gulf Times’ reported on March 27 2017.
NCRI - The Iranian MP, Javad Karimi Ghodoosi affiliated with regime’s supreme leader Khamenei stated: “a person should be elected as the president that is motivated and has the revolutionary spirit, since monarchism will not resolve issues in governance."
Karimi Ghodoosi added: “concerning the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), Khamenei stressed that we shall not have the thirst for the agreement. We shall not say that our problems will not be solved unless a deal is signed.
NCRI - A meeting titled “putting Iran on notice: how to deal with the regime’s illegitimate measures” was held in U.S. Congress on March 24 by the Foundation for defense of democracies.
The meeting was participated by nuclear and terrorism experts familiar with the issues related to Iran and the region, among whom were David Albright, president of the institute for science and international security, Mark Dubowitz, CEO of the foundation for defense of democracies, as well as a number of other figures.
NCRI - Gerard Deprez, was awarded the European Parliament Member of the Year 2017 award on justice and civil liberties. Mr. Deprez is a member of European Parliament and minister in Belgium’s government, who currently holds the presidency of the Friends of a Free Iran intergroup consisting of more than 200 representatives from different European countries as well as various political groups in European Parliament,
The award was given by the Parliament magazine in a ceremony held on Wednesday March 22 in Brussels.
Bahrain arrests terror cell with links to IRGC, Hezbollah Brigades in Iraq
Bahrain security forces have arrested a terror cell that plotted to assassinate important senior government and community figures. Al Arabiya English reported on March 26, 2017.
The suspects were arrested on Sunday, a statement from Bahrain’s interior ministry has confirmed.
Think the United States has weak sanctions on Iran? Think again.
U.S. persons remain prohibited from doing business in or with Iran despite implementation of the Iranian nuclear deal, also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). The JCPOA negotiations involved China, France, Russia, the United Kingdom, the United States, Germany, the European Union, and Iran. They were completed in 2015. Under the JCPOA, the United States withdrew some of its nuclear-related secondary sanctions in exchange for Iran's compliance. However, the primary prohibitions and restrictions of the Iran sanctions program that affect U.S. persons and entities remain in place today. Wrote Doreen Edelman, in ‘The Hill’ on March 25, 2017 and the article continues as follows: