NCRI - Lebanon is a small country with an incredible amount of outside influence but due to domestic instability, it remains intrinsically involved many regional crises.
When Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri resigned at the start of the month from Riyadh, some members of the government, such as the foreign minister and president himself, chose to escalate the situation by refusing to accept the resignation and accusing Saudi Arabia of kidnapping Hariri.
NCRI - When Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri resigned in early November, he noted that it was because of threats on his life by the Iranian Regime and the Hezbollah terrorist group that Iran controls.
Many Hezbollah allies, including Lebanese President Michael Aoun, denied this and instead claimed that there was a plot by Saudi Arabia who had kidnapped Hariri. This could not be further from the truth.
In fact, Lebanon is the one who has been kidnapped by a terrorist cell whose only loyalty is to the Iranian Regime.
Iranian Resistance welcomes the decisions adopted by the extraordinary summit of the foreign ministers of Arab States, such as condemnation of the mullahs’ regime for "its continued involvement in Arab affairs which feeds sectarian and religious strife" and "support for terrorism and terrorist groups in Arab States with advanced weapons and ballistic missiles," and the referral to the United Nations Security Council for "violations of Resolution No. 2231 on the development of the ballistic missile program" and "violations of the Resolution (2216)" with regard to Yemen….and considers it as a necessary step to confront the policy of exporting fundamentalism and terrorism of the mullahs regime ruling Iran that must be completed with a series of practical measures.
NCRI - If happened in Tehran, the recent earthquake in Western Iran could’ve left one million dead and injured 19 million Iranians live in 14 thousand hectares of dilapidated urban areas across the country.
How many people will die in Iran’s next major earthquake? How many children will be left orphan and how many houses will be destroyed?
In an article by Majid Rousta, board member of Urban Construction and Renovation Holding Company, state-run Shahrefarda website writes “140 thousand hectares of Iran’s urban areas are dilapidated, historic, or residing place of poor marginal dwellers, in which more than 19 million Iranians live. Besides, many of these places are unlawfully built and not officially listed.”Aside from all the problems and issues involved with dilapidated areas, lives of more than 19million Iranians is threatened by such natural disasters as earthquake, flood, or even a heavy rain.
According to reports received from the mullahs’ regime, Revolutionary Guards’ (IRGC) Maj. Gen. Mohammad Bagheri, the head of the Iranian regime’s Armed Forces, has made an urgent trip to Syria on October 17, 2017. Some details are as follows:
1. The planning for the trip, during which Bagheri met with Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad, and the Minister of Defense and the head of Armed Forces of the Assad regime, was done only a few days in advance and was carried out in an unusual and special manner.
NCRI - Iranian media have stated that a commander in the powerful Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) has been killed in fighting against Islamic State (IS) militants in Syria.
The IRGC has been fighting in support of Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad, a key collaborator of Tehran, during the six-year civil war in Syria.
The state-run Fars news agency reported on November 19 that Khairollah Samadi, an IRGC commander in charge of a unit in Syria, was killed in fighting on November 16 in the town of Albu Kamal, near the Iraqi border.
CAIRO, Nov 19 (KUNA) -- Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir said Sunday Saudi Arabia would not remain silent against "Iranian regime’s blatant aggression," and would defend itself to guarantee safety and security of its people.
Al-Jubeir, addressing an urgent Arab Foreign Ministers' meeting over Iranian regime’s interference in Arab affairs, urged Arab countries to address "Iran's hostile policies." Al-Jubeir, who thanked the Arab countries for accepting Saudi Arabia's request for this urgent meeting, said the Iranian regime was meddling in affairs of the Arab countries to undermine their security and stability, as well as inciting sectarian sedition.
NCRI - JEDDAH: US President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron on Saturday agreed on the need to partner with allies to respond to the destabilization activities of Hezbollah and Iran in the region. Arab News reported on November 19.
The two leaders’ telephone conversation came in the aftermath of Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri’s resignation, which he announced during a recent trip to Saudi Arabia.
Earthquake in Iran – No. 4
A week after the deadly earthquake in Iran’s western regions, people are still lacking even minimum supplies. Many villages still have no tents, food, water and electricity. The Iranian regime, known for stealing and plundering the people, has left the quake-stricken residents in the winter cold under the rubbles. This has resulted in increasing public hatred.
A helicopter pilot in Fort Abuzar of Sarpol-e Zahab said the following about what he witnessed flying over the earthquake stricken region: “We saw many scenes… different from what you are seeing on [state TV]… the catastrophe we witnessed is far worse and expanded than what is shown on [state TV] or on the internet. What I’m witnessing is people providing aid, and state relief efforts are very weak.”
NCRI - Iran has relied very heavy on Hezbollah as a foreign fighting force. It works side by side with the Iranian military force. Since the eighties it has been involved in some horrific terrorist attacks that have killed many civilians and it has fought several bloody wars.
The attacks it has carried out have been done so on behalf of Iran. Instead of carrying out the attacks itself, Iran can plead innocence if they are done via a proxy.