Iranian Oil Exports Continue to Fall in Anticipation of U.S. Sanctions

By Staff Writer

Exports of Iranian crude oil fell to their lowest level in four months in July according to S&P Global Platts. The reason for this is the first set of U.S. sanctions kicking in.

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By Staff Writer

On Monday, the first round of US sanctions against Iran was reimposed, putting additional pressure on the highly unstable Iranian Regime.

These sanctions, which were eased under the 2015 nuclear accord, affect financial transactions that involve US dollars, Iran's automotive sector, the purchase of commercial planes and metals including gold.

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By Staff Writer

A commander in the Iranian Regime’s Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) has admitted that the recent attack of two Saudi oil tankers in Bab al-Mandeb Strait by the Yemeni Houthis was carried out on the request of the IRGC.

By Struan Stevenson

By Struan Stevenson

The uprising has continued to roar across Iran, yet the Western media remain strangely silent. Why are Donald Trump and U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo the only ones who have mentioned the nationwide Iranian protests that have seen thousands arrested and jailed and dozens shot down on the streets or murdered in prison?

Iran’s Oil Has Come Under the Hammer

By Mohammad Sadat Khansari

According to a state-run website known as Entekhab (Sunday 1 June 2018), the regime’s vice president, Eshaq Jahangiri, states: “Iran’s crude oil will be offered on the domestic bourse, and for the private sector who can export it in tonnages, as required. As of now, we are selling around 60 thousand barrels a day”.

Iran: Protests and Clashes Spread to Various Cities
IRAN: Protests and Clashes With Mercenaries Spread to Various Cities 

Iran Uprising –No. 200

On Friday, August 3, various cities in Iran, including Tehran, Karaj, Eshtehard, Isfahan, Ghahdariijan, Andimeshk, Mashhad, Shiraz, Hamedan, Kermanshah, etc. were host to the demonstration and expression of anger and disgust of the mullahs’ regime. The protests, which began at dusk, continued in many cities until midnight, and turned into conflicts with mercenaries and repressive forces.

Iran Regime Coerces Afghans to Fight and Die in Syria

By Staff Writer

Since 2014, thousands of young Afghan Shiite men have been recruited to fight in the Syrian civil war on behalf of the Iran Regime to prop up the brutal Bashar Assad dictatorship. These Afghan recruits are being sent to the front lines, where they risk death and serious injury, somewhere Iranian troops are not sent, but they know little about the wider context of the war that they are fighting.

 

Infographic: Iran Regime’s Decades of Terrorism in Europe

The Iranian regime has carried many terrorist activities in Europe and across the world since the clerical regime was established in 1979.

This infographic illustrates some of the Iranian regime’s terrorist activities that has been carried out in Euroup.

 Iran Regime’s Nuclear Ambitions

By Staff Writer

The Hamburg intelligence agency, which forms part of the German intelligence network, has issued a report about the Iranian Regime and its efforts to obtain weapons of mass destruction.

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Iran regime’s huge terror financing scandal in Europe

By Abdolrahman Mahabadi, political analyst and writer

A clear and explicit look at Iranian regime’s recent failed terrorist attempt could help clearly understand why the regime decided to move forward with its plot despite being faced with such unfavorable conditions.