ZaferMr. Zafer al-Ani one of the senior leaders of the al-Iraqiya List, which won majority votes during March’s parliamentary elections in Iraq, warned on Thursday about foreign influence in Iraqi affairs while insisting on the list’s right to form a new government.

Speaking with al-Baghdadiya TV, Zafer al-Ani said, “To the degree which we are worried about making the formation of the Iraqi government an international issue, we are also concerned about it being a regional issue.”

Kora IranTop official of Korean  government on Friday called for the nation’s participation in sanctions against Iranian regime.

"We must cooperate because this could also affect South Korea’s security,” the official said on the condition of anonymity.

Zandan FamilyRelatives of political prisoners incarcerated at Tehran’s notorious Evin prison have staged a gathering in front of the Iranian regime’s prosecutor’s office in protest to inhumane prison conditions and cruel treatment and abuse of political prisoners by regime agents.

A leader of the al-Iraqiya List, which came out as the winner of last March’s parliamentary elections in Iraq, described the Iranian regime’s meddling in Iraq as profound and extensive, adding that it must be stopped.A leader of the al-Iraqiya List, which came out as the winner of last March’s parliamentary elections in Iraq, described the Iranian regime’s meddling in Iraq as profound and extensive, adding that it must be stopped.

Osama al-Najifi said Tehran’s meddling requires an international response.

DT-12According to obtained reports, on Wednesday evening, after the screening of a movie ended at Esteqlal Cinema in Tehran and the lights were turned on, viewers noticed numerous anti-regime slogans on chairs and walls of the cinema’s exit hall.

Dozens of slogans were written, including “our uprising is alive, [regime supreme leader Ali] Khamenei is dead, our next protest on September 3,” “the blood of martyrs and suffering of political prisoners will be avenged from Khamenei – next protest on September 3,” “sanctions are a prelude to change, Iranians rise up and launch a strike,” and “death to Khamenei.”

AhmadiA number of youths gathered in front of a stadium on Wednesday where the mullahs’ President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was speaking and chanted “death to dictator.”

According to obtained reports, Ahmadinejad was speaking at the so-called Qods Stadium in the western city of Hamedan. The regime’s suppressive State Security Forces (SSF) arrested several youths to prevent the expansion of the protest act.

res handThe representative of the Iranian regime’s Supreme Leader at the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), mullah Saeedi, openly defended the clerical regime’s meddling in Iran and complained about the “prospect of Sunnis rising to power in Iraq.” He said the Iranian regime cannot remain silent in the face of such a prospect.

200 rallies in 40 cities and messages from five continents in the week of solidarity with Ashraf, honoring the victims of last year's attack on Ashraf and massacre of political prisoners in 1988

 

The World Alliance of Iranian Communities for Ashraf expressed gratitude to Iranians, supporters of the Iranian Resistance and freedom-seeking people around the world for their participation in the week of solidarity with Ashraf and honoring 30,000 political prisoners massacred in 1988.

TresuryThe Vancouver Sun - Tightening its grip on the Iranian economy, the U.S. Treasury Department announced new actions Tuesday against individuals and companies tied to the feared Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps and identified many Iran-connected companies in Germany and elsewhere.

New prohibitions and the potential freezing of assets were announced against alleged senior officers in the Guard Corps, an elite branch of Iran's military, and members of the affiliated Qods force, which conducts special overseas operations and liaison with terrorist groups.

QudsIntelligence officials in Berlin have said that the main suspect of the assassination of Lebanon’s former prime minister Rafiq Hariri have been sent to Iran from Lebanon, the Kuwaiti daily al-Seyassah wrote on Saturday.

Citing German intelligence officials, al-Seyassah wrote, “Two weeks ago, after international investigations zoomed in on Hezbollah commanders, Mostafa Badraddin, the main suspect in the assassination of Rafiq Hariri, who is a member of Hezbollah and used to be the right hand man of Emad Moqnieh, was transferred on an Iranian plane, along with a number of other Hezbollah leaders, to Damascus and later to Tehran from Lebanon’s Biqa Valley.”