Al-IraqyaThe main political block that finished first in Iraq’s parliamentary elections in March has called for suspending the government of outgoing Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki as well as trying those responsible for crimes revealed last week by documents made public on Wikileaks website.

Al-Iraqiya, which is considered to be Iraq’s nationalistic alternative, also emphasized the imperative of taking serious and appropriate steps against the Iranian regime. It also urged the Iraqi Bar Association to launch investigations to hold all those who have committed crimes against the Iraqi people both before or after 2003 accountable for their actions.

Regime-WikileaksThe Iranian regime’s media are suggesting that thousands of documents recently revealed on Iraq were revealed by the US government itself and harbor an intention to pursue certain ends against the clerical regime.

The documents were made public last week by the website WikiLeaks and include many reports that chronicle the Iranian regime’s destructive meddling in Iraq, including its involvement in the commission of war crimes, assassinations, and torture by militias and Iraqi security forces affiliated with the regime. The evidence also pointed to the role of the government of Nouri al-Maliki in the torture and murder of many Iraqi citizens.

KurdestanNCRI – A trade office representing the Iranian regime’s interests in the Iraqi city of Erbil has been closed, according to sources in the Kurdish region.

AKA News quoted one source as saying that the location was shut down for security and legal reasons.

Heydar MollaThe spokesman for the al-Iraqiya bloc told an Arab language TV on Sunday that the US Vice President Joe Biden had said in his recent visit to Iraq that an Iraqi government formed at the behest of the Iranian regime is a “red line” for Washington.

Heydar Molla revealed in an interview with al-Hurra TV that Mr. Biden had outlined ?three red lines for Washington when it comes to Baghdad’s next government. The first red line, Mr. Molla said quoting Mr. Biden, would be the creation of a government in Baghdad on the basis of the Iranian regime’s will. He also said the US Vice President called for a government that would end Iranian regime meddling in Baghdad.

IRGCThe Iranian regime has awarded the largest road building project to the economic ?arm of the Revolutionary Guards, known as Khatam al-Anbia.?

According to the mullahs’ Minister of Roads and Transportation, Hamid Behbahani, the ?project is worth well over 13-15 billion dollars.?

LeveyA senior US Treasury official said this week that sanctions have had a major ?impact on the Iranian regime, cutting its access to worldwide financial services, creating a ??“tremendous sense of isolation,” and rendering a “dramatic ripple affect” across the ?mullahs’ economy.?

?“Iran right now is feeling a tremendous sense of isolation from the financial sector, from ?the banking sector in particular,” Under Secretary for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence ?at the Treasury Department, Stuart Levey, said in an interview with Charlie Rose. The ?interview aired on the PBS channel on Thursday.?

Heydar MollaThe spokesman for the Iraqiya bloc, which won the March elections in Iraq, has ?emphasized that the solution to Iraq’s problems is to prevent the Iranian regime’s ?meddling in the country’s affairs.?

In an interview with al-Sharqiya TV, Heydar Molla, said, “We are faced with two ?alternatives today [in Iraq]: Either implement the Iranian regime’s designs or stand against ?it along with our people and end the regime’s meddling in our country.”?

VazahanThe French daily Le Monde ran a report on October 7 about the Iranian regime’s ?continued crackdown on dissidents, with many protestors arrested during the year-long ?anti-regime protests sentenced to heavy prison terms.?

Students and lawyers such as Nasrin Sotoudeh, who recently launched a hunger strike, ?are the main targets of the suppression campaign, according to the daily.?

FalahatpishehAn official in the Iranian regime’s parliament says the recent US decision to ?blacklist eight regime officials for gross human rights violations is a prelude to the ?adoption of fresh sanctions at the UN Security Council against Tehran, the state-run Mehr ?news agency reported on Wednesday.

ExplosiveAFP - HEART: Afghan police said today they had seized nearly 20 tonnes of explosives stashed in boxes marked "food, toys and kitchenware" that were imported from neighbouring Iran.

The discovery was made yesterday in a customs office in the western province of Nimroz on the Iranian border, deputy provincial police chief, Mohammad Musa Rasouli, said. "We found these materials hidden in a 40-foot (12-metre) shipping container that had come from Iran. The explosives were disguised as merchandise like food, toys and kitchenware," he added.