By Staff Writer

Afghanistan has criticised Iran regime’s comments from senior officials that reveal the Regime’s contacts with the Taliban and project a role for the terror cell in the future Afghan government.

Friday's Iran Mini Report - January 11, 2019

• Pompeo Announces International Summit on Iran

Fox News: The United States will host an international summit next month to promote stability and freedom in the Middle East, focusing on Iran's regional influence, said Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, in an exclusive Fox News interview, while traveling in the Middle East. "We'll bring together dozens of countries from all around the world," said Pompeo, announcing the February 13-14 event in Poland. "Countries will all come together to focus on Middle East stability and peace and freedom and security here in this region, and that includes an important element of making sure that Iran is not a destabilizing influence."

Iran Regime Hackers Hijacking DNS on Global Scale

By Staff Writer

Domain Name Servers (DNS) are the internet’s version of an address book. DNS servers allow us to use human-readable names to access websites, by translating those names to IP addresses that access the websites. The DNS server acts as the translator between the hostname and IP address.


By Amir Taghati

Several countries entered into negotiations with Iran regarding its nuclear threat. It resulted in the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPoA), or 2015 Iran nuclear deal as it is known. However, it was far from able to neutralise the nuclear threat. In fact, it resulted in giving the Iranian regime the opportunity to work on an essential component – the delivery vehicle for a nuclear weapon.

Iran: Regime Lies to Whitewash Crimes

‌By Mohammad Sadat Khansari

Anger and resentment towards the Iranian mullahs from the general public have risen to unprecedented levels over the past few years, even among the poorer Iranians who typically make up the Regime’s base, leaving the theocracy in danger of an imminent collapse.

iulio Terzi former foreign affairs minister of Italy

By: Giulio Terzi former foreign affairs minister of Italy

The national uprising of the last twelve months in Iran has launched a clear and unequivocal political message, leaving no doubt about the real desire of the people for a regime change. In response, regime officials at the highest levels, including supreme leader Ali Khamenei, have shown themselves to be particularly quick in attributing slogans such as "death to the dictator" and organizing of the revolt to the PMOI / MEK Movement, which has always been at the forefront to end the theocratic regime, its oppressive controls and violent repressions - implemented by the Iranian security and intelligence apparatus - and the immediate release of all political prisoners and for an Iran that fully respects its international obligations and rule of law.


Albania said Wednesday that it has expelled two Iranian diplomats for allegedly engaging in illegal activities that threaten the country's security.

A spokesman from the Foreign Ministry told The Associated Press that the two diplomats were expelled for "violating their diplomatic status." The spokesman said the move followed talks with other countries, including Israel.

Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei

By Staff Writer

New warnings from Iran Regime’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei about increased unrest in 2019 shows that the Regime as a whole is scared of growing popular protests.

Iran Regime Continues Quarrel Over FATF

By Staff Writer

The bill to join the International Convention for the Suppression of the Financing of Terrorism (CFT) was finally passed by the Iranian regime’s parliament on December 5th. The bill must now be sent to the Expediency Council for final approval.

Money Laundering Is Iran Regime’s Expertise Now

By Shahriar Kia

Money laundering is generally used to cover up the actual sources of income for whoever the “demandants” are, and to basically wipe off anything that traces back to them. In a way, it can be considered as a side crime for a bigger crime.

Money launderers are often involved in drug smuggle, embezzlement, bribe, and other illegal activities alike.