UAE Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Dr. Anwar Garqash said that “the failed Houthi attempt to target Riyadh with Iranian ballistic missiles is a dangerous development that puts priorities in their right place; we have many challenges ahead of us but the most important of which is the danger of the Iranian expansion.”
The UAE minister said in his tweets that: “The Houthi group is so close to becoming a new Hezbollah. The fact that Al Houthi militias refused a political solution during the previous period confirms that we can’t afford to be flexible with them. Only escalation will bring results.”
Report by the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran
Iranian airline companies play an important role in Iran's interference in the countries of the region, including the transfer of personnel and logistics for the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps and proxy militias. The IRGC and particularly its extra-territorial branch the Quds Force use these airlines to transfer IRGC commanders and supplies to those proxies.
RIYADH – Spokesman of the Arab Coalition Supporting Legitimacy in Yemen Col. Turki Al-Maliki said on Sunday that the ballistic missile targeting Saudi Arabia is a hostile act. He stressed that the serious escalation by the Houthis has come due to Iranian support. Saudi Gazette reported on November 5, 2017.
This came in a press conference held by Col. Al-Maliki on Sunday in which he presented evidence with pictures of Iranian support for the Houthi militias in Yemen. He also confirmed that Tehran and Hezbollah are providing the Houthis with weapons, experts and technology. Their aim is to prolong the war and spread chaos.
NCRI - Massoumeh Ebtekar, the spokesperson of the Iranian assailants who took over the US embassy in Tehran in 1979, says she has no regrets being involved in seizing the ‘den of espionage’ as she calls it.
“Back in 1979, taking over the U.S. embassy in Tehran seemed the best choice,” Ebtekar was quoted as saying on Saturday in a Farsi interview with Khabar Online.
NCRI - The Iranian Regime sheltered al Qaeda operatives involved in the plotting of 9/11 to use as leverage against the US in order to attack the popular Iranian resistance, according to recently released CIA documents.
The documents, seized from the Osama Bin Laden complex after he was killed by Navy SEALS in 2011, reveal a long history between the Iranian Regime and the terrorist group.
It notes that, following the 2003 US invasion of Iraq, Iran held these senior al Qaeda plotters (including Bin Laden’s son) in order to threaten the US into turning over all members of the Iranian Resistance group Mujahedin al-Khalq (MEK) who were living in exile in Camp Liberty and Ashraf in Iraq.
NCRI - The Iranian regime is a danger to the Arab countries. The regime militants and its plans in these countries must be resolutely dealt with.
According to Sky News Arabia on November 1, Hezbollah militants, supported by the Iranian regime and their continued interventions in different countries, are a growing threat to the security of the Arab countries.
NCRI - The former Deputy Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency has revealed that the Iranian Regime is taking advantage of the power vacuum left by ISIS across the Middle East; particularly in Syria and Iraq.
David Shedd, who served on the National Security Council under George W. Bush, revealed that he was deeply concerned by the narrow focus on defeating ISIS which failed to take into account that other oppressive regimes, like Iran, could and would exploit the void to take power for themselves.