NCRI - While ISIS’s gruesome activities have engrossed the Western news media, with horrific beheadings, stabbings, vehicular homicides, shootings, and bombings, perpetrated in both Europe and the United States, a more dangerous terror threat, Iran’s IRGC, the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, is being overlooked.
NCRI - The potential for a famine of significant proportions is building in Yemen. Efforts to constrain Houthi activities and Iranian weapons smuggling in the Red Sea are acting as a blockade. They slow the flow of food, medicine, and fuel into Yemen, and deter some shippers from sending their vessels into Yemeni ports. Yemen imports 90 percent of its food, and many experts warn that this may ultimately cut off what food is currently trickling in, triggering it into famine.
Yemen’s official news agency (Saba) reported that the country’s Council of Ministers met on Thursday in Aden to review the results of the UN Security Council's emergency meeting on the Yemeni crisis in Aden, the interim capital of the country.
NCRI - The Jordanian daily Al-Raay has written: "Perhaps one of the rare incidents is that the interests of the vast majority of the Iranian people meet the interests of the Arabs, and that is the need to overthrow the clerical regime”. This newspaper has added: “The Iranian regime is in fact the other side of ISIS coin, which uses religion and Devine belief as a policy for a police state”.
NCRI - A member of the political forces of the Revolutionary Guards and the Syrian Opposition claim that they have called on the U.S. to discharge the militants of the Iran regime not only from south of Syria but also from all over the country.
Yaser Farhan in an interview with al-Arabia TV on June 12, 2017, stated:
NCRI - During the “Free Iran” rally on July 1st, a panel discussed the overthrow of the clerical regime in Iran and the end of war and terrorism in the Middle East.
The Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), Mohammad Mohaddessin, thanked the participants for attending on behalf of the President-elect Maryam Rajavi. He kicked off the discussion by saying that the Iranian regime has been very aggressive towards Muslims, Shias and Sunnis alike, and said that its failings in Iraq are hampering plans for its Shiite Crescent control of the region.
Two investigative reporters - Adrian Levy and Cathy Scott-Clark – have written a book called “The Exile” about how members of terrorist organisation al-Qaeda were hiding in Iran for a decade between 2001 and 2011. They also detailed the links between al-Qaeda and Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC).
They gave details about cleric Mahfouz Ibn al-Waleed fleeing to Iran from Afghanistan after the 11th September attacks in an effort to “lie low”. He was the chair of al-Qaeda’s Shariah committee for several years before the attack in 2001.