NCRI - A coalition of Arab states has accused the Iranian Regime and its regional proxies of destabilising regional security on Sunday.
The Coalition Supporting the Legitimacy in Yemen denounced Iran’s negative role in the Middle East, noting that the Iranian Regime was supplying coup militias with weapons, ammo, ballistic missiles and landmines in direct violation of the UN Security Council's Resolution 2216.
NCRI - On Monday, October 30, a Bahraini court sentenced 19 men to lengthy jail terms on charges of spying for the Iranian regime and plotting to overthrow Bahrain’s legal government, ‘The New Arab’ reported quoting judicial sources.
Eight people were sentenced to life in prison, nine to 15 years in prison and two to 10 years in jail for espionage and inciting public dissent, according to a statement released by the counter-terrorism prosecutor's office.
NCRI - Foreign Minister of Saudi Arabia says the regime in Iran is the “main obstacle" in the way of efforts to restore peace in the crisis-stricken Yemeni state.
Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir said on October 29 at a meeting of Riyadh-led coalition members: “Iran regime is providing armament and weaponry to the Houthis and (supporters of former Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Salah).”
Speech by Alejo Vidal Quadras in Paris forum on combating Terrorism and Organized Crime
On Saturday October 28, 2017. The International Agency for Press for Strategic Studies (AIJES) held a conference in Paris, under the title of Paris Forum on Combating Terrorism and Organized Crime.
NCRI - National Security Advisor of the United States Lieutenant General H.R. McMaster was interviewed by Alhurra (a US-based satellite TV channel in Arabic language dealing with current affairs). He spoke extensively about the Iran, Iraq, Syria and the Kurdish issue.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson urged the Iraqis to get rid of Iran-backed militias in Iraq, but the Iraqi prime minister refused to do so. McMaster said that it is important for the Iraqi prime minister to be supported by the US, but emphasised that Iran has successfully subverted and infiltrated many Iraqi states institutions and has created militias that are not under government control.
NCRI - The Iranian Regime is routinely recruiting children as young as 15 into armed conflicts, according to the UN Security Council, in violation of international law and the UN Charter on children’s rights which they are a party to.
The recruitment of anyone under the age of 18 into active, armed combat is considered a war crime by the International Criminal Court but it is prevalent under the Iranian Regime and no one appears to be stopping them.
NCRI - The Iranian regime is looking for power, control and influence in the Middle East. Everything that it does, it does so for this goal and it does not care about the consequences.
One such example is the drug trafficking that the Iranian regime is involved in. It is something that greatly affects the population of Iran and every year more and more people are becoming addicted to drugs. It is a problem that is seriously effecting the young people of the country and the government is failing to address the issue. Probably because it is something that brings so much revenue to the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC).