Bahrain: Iran Regime Responsible for Terror Attack on Oil Pipeline

NCRI Staff

NCRI - The Bahraini Interior Ministry declared that the Iranian Regime ordered the attack on a major oil pipeline between Bahrain and Saudi Arabia on November 10, and called it an “act of sabotage and a dangerous act of terrorism”.

The Bahraini Foreign Minister Sheikh Khaled bin Ahmed tweeted: “The attempt to bomb the Saudi-Bahraini oil pipeline is a dangerous Iranian escalation that aims to scare citizens and hurt the global oil industry… Iran is targeting us all.”

Motion Tabled at UK Parliament to Blacklist Iran Regime's Revolutionary Guards

NCRI Staff

NCRI - A new motion has been tabled at the United Kingdom Parliament calling on the British government to blacklist the Iranian regime's Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) as a terrorist organization.

Early Day Motion 483 was tabled on October 31, 2017 by Bob Blackman MP and has already received cross-party support by nearly two dozen of Britain's lawmakers.

Report Reveals Iran Regime's Support for Terrorism

NCRI Staff

NCRI - A new report detailing the Iranian Regime’s support for Islamic terrorist groups, including Al-Qaeda, Hezbollah and ISIS, has been released by the European Iraqi Freedom Association (EIFA).

The report, released on The November 21, notes that the Regime will describe these fundamentalist groups as liberation movements or revolution starters but the ideology is the same: fund terrorists, destabilise the region, take control via proxy group.

Iran Regime Is Threat to All Middle East, Not Just Saudi Arabia

NCRI Staff

NCRI - The Iranian Regime does not simply pose a threat to Saudi Arabia, as most Arab media coverage implies, but rather to the entire Middle East and the world as a whole.

Indeed, there is no direct Iranian invasion of Saudi Arabia- that would be a suicide mission- instead the Iranian Regime has invaded Yemen, Iraq and Syria, while semi-occupying Lebanon through the local proxy, Hezbollah.

Iran Regime Uses Lebanon as a Base for Malign Operations

NCRI Staff

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.

Iran Regime -Backed Hezbollah Is a Terrorist Group

NCRI Staff

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.

Iran: One of the Senior IRGC Commanders Killed in Syria

NCRI Staff

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.

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