NCRI - Following the resignation of the Lebanese Prime Minister, who was protesting the interference of the Iranian regime in Lebanon and the Arab countries, the regime was caught in surprise. One can easily observe the Iranian regime’s worries and fearful reactions in their officials and media stands regarding international and regional confrontation against the regime following resignation of Lebanon’s PM.
NCRI - Following the CIA’s release of nearly half a million documents confiscated during the 2011 Navy SEAL raid which killed Osama Bin Laden, a deep relationship between the Iranian Regime and al-Qaeda has been uncovered.
This is not surprising to those in the intelligence communities who have know that the relationship between the world’s leading state sponsor of terrorism and the Sunni terror cell dates back to at least 1991, when Iran needed help spreading its ideological revolution and attacking American interests in the Middle East and al-Qaeda needed money and training to pull off terrorist attacks.
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.
NCRI - The 22nd telethon of the Iranian resistance's TV which had started on Friday November 3, embraced a joyful welcome from the Iranians and supporters of the Iranian resistance inside and outside the country.
Supporters of the Iranian resistance, once again stressed on their will to help and support the satellite TV of the Resistance as the true voice and image of those who are under the suppression of the religious fascism ruling Iran. And reiterated that supporting the resistance is a national duty.
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 - November 5, 2017. state media is reporting that at least 14 people have died in a road accident after a bus fell into a valley near the capital Tehran.
The head of the country's emergency medical services, Pirhossein Koulivand, was quoted saying that the accident took place in the Savadkouh area as the bus was on the road from Tehran to Gonbad-e Kavus, some 500 kilometers (310 miles) northeast of Tehran.
NCRI - Bahrain has ordered its citizens to leave Lebanon amid mounting tensions between regional Sunni powers and Iran regime that have left the government in Beirut on the brink of collapse. Wrote Sara, Elizabeth Williams in ‘The Telegraph News’ on November 5, the following is an excerpt of this article.
The order from Bahrain’s Foreign Ministry reflects growing fears for Lebanon’s stability following the shock resignation of Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri on Saturday.
National Council of Resistance of Iran, October 2017
The Iranian regime is going through one of the most turbulent phases of its 38-year rule. While the world is more focused on its illicit nuclear weapons program and the malign activities of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps and its proxies in the region, a nationwide movement against the regime is gaining momentum at home.
In recent months, there have been 20-25 acts of anti-regime protest on average each day across Iran. Many of these protests begin by addressing people’s basic livelihoods but soon turn political with the chanting of anti-regime slogans.
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.
Hariri says he fears a 'plot to target his life,' threatens that 'Iran's arms in the region will be cut off'
Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri announced he is resigning in a surprise move on Saturday following a trip to Saudi Arabia.
In a televised broadcast, Hariri said he feared a plot to target his life and criticized Iran and its Lebanese ally Hezbollah for meddling in Arab affairs.
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 - Ever since the Nazis first deployed ballistic missiles in World War II, the world has been rightly concerned about the threat the weapons pose to world security.
Now, some 70 years later those missiles can travel long distances in a short time, leave the earth’s atmosphere and deliver nuclear or chemical payloads without being detected, which would cause untold destruction. This is why people remain concerned about these weapons being in the hand of rogue regimes, like Iran and North Korea, who orchestrate missile tests on a regular basis.