NCRI - Khamenei fears that with the removal of Daesh in Iraq the next one would be Hashed al-Sha’bi militias.
Najeh al-Mizan, an independent Iraqi political figure, told sky news on June 25, 2017: “The Iranian regime and at least Khamenei and his system know well that Ebadi has not come to power with the will of Iranian regime. The Iranian regime’s will and desire was Maliki who was closer to the Velayat-e faqih. But the winds blow in a different direction which was not pleasant to or in favor of the Iranian regime. The regime is now looking after Hashed al-Sha’bi militias.”
NCRI - Cleric Alamal-Hoda, Khamenei’s representative and Friday prayer leader in Northeastern city of Mashhad, while confessing to low participation of people in Qods Day march, threatened to launch rocket attack into Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. He said: "Those who did not really participate in the ceremony without excuse, they are those, who were not present at the battlefield against infidels”.
NCRI - Iran’s Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) acknowledged once again the launching of 1,000 missiles targeting opposition People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) bases in Iraq back in 2001.
The IRGC is also admitting it lacked the courage to acknowledge this criminal aggression upon a neighboring country and refusing to make a public announcement.
NCRI - “The six missiles launched into Deir ez-Zor by Iranian regime’s Revolutionary Guards have actually hit a hospital, residential areas, and a number of schools used to accommodate refugees”, says a Syrian writer and journalist in his interview with NRT TV.
NCRI - Confrontations involving the Iranian regime and its proxies are causing tensions to reach new levels in the Middle East.
One of the most recent confrontations involves Saudi Arabia – an arch rival to Iran. The Saudis have caught three IRGC agents (Iran regime’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps) that were approaching the Saudi offshore Marjan oil field in a vessel.
NCRI - Forced migration and demographic change policies that are being implemented by Assad’s regime, its paratroops and collaborators, is threatening national identity and social structure of Syria. The bureau of Legal studies of Syria from the Syrian National Coalition announced the above news.
The Iranian regime's support to so-called Shi'ite groups in Iraq is obstructing efforts to bridge the sectarian divide ahead of a parliamentary election next year, Iraqi Vice President Iyad Allawi said on Friday.
Iraqi leaders hope to restore control over all Iraqi territory, defeating Islamic State, before an election due by the middle of next year, Reuters reported.