An Iraqi daily has said that sources in the country’s interior ministry have revealed that a special committee probe into the discovery of explosive packages has concluded that the Iranian regime has had a role in helping manufacture the explosives in Iraq.

 Ahmed Abul-Gheit AFP - DOHA — Iran should keep out of the internal affairs of Arab countries in the Gulf and not meddle in Iraq and Lebanon, Egypt's foreign minister said on Friday in a Qatari newspaper.

"Iranian interventions in the internal affairs of the Gulf must not be allowed," Foreign Minister Ahmed Abul-Gheit told Al-Sharq newspaper.

IAEAThe UN nuclear watchdog has once again raised worries about the Iranian regime’s attempts to press ahead with uranium enrichment and long-range missile programs.

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said the regime’s enrichment takes place in defiance of multiple UN Security Council resolutions.

IRGCSpecial units of the Iranian regime’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) have killed a young man and injured two others in the southeastern province of Baluchestan.

According to Harana on Tuesday, IRGC units opened fire on three young bikers on Nasrabad-Baluchestan highway, killing one man and wounding the other two.

Guido WesterwelleIn an interview on Wednesday, Germany’s Foreign Minister underscored the dangers of an Iranian regime armed with nuclear weapons.

Guido Westerwelle told the German daily Rheinische Post, “Let’s assume Iran has a nuclear arsenal. How long would it take for other countries to obtain the same capability - and how much will the risk of terrorist networks getting their hands on nuclear weapons or dirty bombs, increase?"

AllawiNCRI – The idea of opposing a prominent role for the al-Iraqiya political bloc in running the affairs of Iraq is promoted by the Iranian regime, the leader of al-Iraqiya said in an interview on Monday.

Speaking with al-Arabiya TV, Dr. Ayad Allawi said, “This is a position tied to the Iranian regime and it has led some Iraqi forces influenced by the regime to fall out of line with other movements when it comes to the role of the National Strategic Policies Council.”

NCRI - The Iranian regime must prove that its nuclear program is peaceful and that it is ready to cooperate with the International Atomic Energy Agency, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has said, according to RIA Novosti on Saturday.

After attending a meeting of the NATO-Russia Council in Lisbon, the Russian President said his country will monitor the nuclear programs of some countries, including the Iranian regime, jointly with NATO.

Cyber warThe Iranian regime’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) is using 1,500 of its paramilitary Bassij forces to control Internet use in Tehran.

According to the IRGC’s commander in Tehran, Hossein Hamedani, the group will be named “cyber warriors.” He added that they will increase their activities in the near future.

Mulla Ahmad KhatamiNCRI – In response to widespread popular hatred towards the clerical regime, a senior regime official has warned that interpreting Islam without a role for clerics is an “extremely significant threat.”

Ahmad Khatami, who sits on the regime’s Assembly of Experts presiding board, said, “The threat underscored by the [mullahs’ Supreme Leader] in his recent trip to Qom was that the enemies are pursuing a two-pronged approach, which consists of promoting an Islam without a role for clerics as well as a secular Islam.”

Dr. Saleh MutlakA senior leader in the al-Iraqiya coalition has said in an interview that the Iranian regime’s meddling in Iraq has hurt the country’s sovereignty, but there are ways to curb the regime’s influence.