AbbasThe President of the Palestinian Authority, Mahmoud Abbas, has condemned the Iranian regime for meddling in Palestinian affairs and hampering the Middle East peace process.

RafeghdostInhumane draconian punishments by the Iranian regime are handed down under the direct supervision and orders of the mullahs’ Supreme Leader, the head of the Iranian regime’s judiciary in Khuzestan said on Wednesday.

In comments published by the state-run news agency Fars, Mohammad Baqer Olfat described “complete and utter compliance” with the orders of the mullahs’ Supreme Leader, Ali Khamenei, as “one of the characteristic features of the revolutionary courts.”

KhatamiA senior member of the Iranian regime’s Assembly of Experts has once again warned about the continuation of mass uprisings by the Iranian people against the clerical regime, saying, “There are more seditions on the way.”

Iraqet présente ses condoléances à l’ensemble des chrétiens

La Résistance iranienne condamne vigoureusement l’attaque contre l’église de Notre Dame du Perpétuel Secours à Bagdad et le massacre de chrétiens et de fidèles innocents venus prier. Elle présente ses condoléances aux familles des victimes et à l’ensemble du peuple irakien, en particulier aux chrétiens. Elle appelle à une enquête internationale sur ce terrible crime.

FaddenThe Canadian Press - Oct. 31 - OTTAWA -  The head of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service quietly told a crowd of insiders he's worried about North Korea and Iran surreptitiously trolling Canada for components to build an atomic bomb.
In a speech to academics and former intelligence officials, CSIS director  spoke of the spy service's "active investigations" of people trying to procure nuclear materials.

BombLAGOS (Reuters) - Oct 31 - Crates of weapons including rocket launchers and mortars seized in Nigeria this week were loaded in Iran by a local trader, the company which shipped the containers said on Saturday.

27 EUThe European Union on Monday finalized the approval of sanctions against the Iranian regime that go beyond those passed by the United Nations Security Council in June.

The regulations, ratified by the EU’s 27 foreign ministers on Monday and published in its official journal, came into force on Tuesday.

James Jeffrey The American ambassador in Iraq has suggested that not all of Baghdad’s trade relations with the Iranian regime are legal, according to al-Soumariya TV on Monday.

During a visit to Kiruk, James Jeffrey was quoted as saying that the Iranian regime is under international sanctions, which cast a shadow on Iraq’s trade ties with the regime as well.

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.