NCRI - The following speech was made by Struan Stevenson, President of the European Iraqi Freedom Association (EIFA), in the Norwegian Parliament, Oslo, on Tuesday 4, 2017 concerning the dangerous and destructive role of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) in Middle East and throughout the world.
NCRI - While denouncing the Iranian regime’s interventions in Syria, a member of the Syrian opposition delegation in Geneva and spokesman for the Syrian Free Army ‘Issam Al Reis’ emphasized in his interview with the Iranian Resistance’s Satellite TV on solidarity of the Syrian revolution and people with the Resistance of Iran.
Iranian trap targeting the U.S. in Mosul
Iran has an operative presence on Iraqi and Syrian territories through Iranian fighters and military leaders who are in command of Shiite militias. Some of them are Arabs who joined the Popular Mobilization in Iraq, Hezbollah in Syria or non-Arab militias recruited by Iran to fight in Syria under the pretext of fighting ISIS. Wrote Sawsan Al Shaer in Al-Arabiya on April 3,2017.
NCRI - According to Quds terrorist group’s Tasnim news agency, former Member of Parliament’s board of directors Mehrdad Bazrpash said that “the Islamic Republic of Iran’s main problem is not the United States, being attacked by ISIS, or threatened by some western countries, but it lies elsewhere. The Islamic Republic of Iran’s main threat is that 38 years (after the revolution) people feel that the regime is not able to address their problems properly.”
Maryam Rajavi: Chemical Attack on Idlib Is a Major War Crime; Those Responsible Must Be Brought to Justice
War and crisis will continue as long as the Iranian regime is not evicted and the IRGC not expelled from Syria
The Iranian Resistance's President-elect Maryam Rajavi described as "a major war crime" the chemical attack on Idlib and the ruthless carnage of defenseless people, particularly the innocent children.
The deadliest chemical weapons attack in years in Syria killed dozens of people in northern Idlib province on Tuesday morning,
Several air raids struck rebel-held Idlib in Syria, in what appeared to be a chlorine and sarin gas attack according to local reports.
According to activist Abdulkafi Alhamdo, who lives in Idlib, two attacks struck at around 12:30 am. The third attack took place this morning in Khan Sheikhoun where 58 people, including 11 children under eight-years-old died. Reported, Al Arabiya English Tuesday, 4 April 2017.
A Gulf NATO Delivers Powerful Message to Iran
London – General James Jones, former supreme allied commander of NATO, has always been involved in the Middle East affairs, problems and causes. In an interview with Asharq Al-Awsat, Jones expressed relief towards the “tremendously successful” meeting between Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Second Deputy Premier and Minister of Defense, and US President Donald Trump where both agreed upon “risks threatening the Gulf.” What follows is an excerpt of this interview.
Riyadh – Yemeni ambassador to the United States Ahmed Awad Bin Mubarak confirmed a “radical” change in the United States’ stances on Yemen under the President Donald Trump Administration. Recent statements made by Washington officials point out a more decisive and focused approach in the Yemen crisis, Mubarak clarified.
NCRI - Mullah Ahmad Khatami, a known figure of the faction loyal to Regime’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, described the Iranian people’s active use of the Internet and social media as a “cultural war.” This “cultural war” is more difficult than a “military war,” he warned.
State Dept.: Sanctions Alone Not Enough to Stop Iran’s Missile Program
Sanctions on Iran are not enough to stop the country's illicit ballistic missile program, according to senior State Department officials, who said on Thursday that a new package of sanctions targeting the Islamic Republic would not halt the country's missile development.Wrote Adam Kredo in ‘The Washington Free Beacon’ on March 30, 2017 and the article continues as follows: