Extremism

WASHINGTON the Trump administration is lashing out at China, Iran, Russia and North Korea for being "forces of instability" because of human rights abuses of their own citizens and others.

In its annual global human rights reports released on Friday, the State Department singled out the four countries for egregious rights violations, including restricting the freedoms of speech and assembly and allowing or committing violence against religious, ethnic and other minority groups.

 

The US State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert, on Wednesday  April 18, in a message on the anniversary of the attack on the US embassy in Beirut, which was held by Hezbollah stated that the US is committed to confronting the terrorist organization and its supporters, the Iranian regime, by cutting off resources and holding accountable its leaders and perpetrators.

At a press conference after the end of the Arab Summit in Dhahran, the Saudi Minister of Foreign Affairs Adel Al-Jubeir said that the "Quds Summit" condemned the Iranian regime for supporting Houthi militias and its interventions in Arab affairs.Adel Al-Jubeir said: "The summit also called on the Iranian regime to respect the foreign Arab countries and the sovereignty of its neighbors."

 

Following the strikes in Syria in reprisal to the last weekend chemical attack on civilians at Duma, Syria, French President Emmanuel Macron issued a statement:
 “The red line set by France in May 2017 has been crossed. So, I ordered the French armed forces to intervene tonight, as part of an international operation in coalition with the United States of America and the United Kingdom

Two Americans told NBC News that the US has blood and urine samples of the deadly poisonous gas attacks, carried out by Assad last Saturday in Duma Syria on April 08, 2018.The samples tested positive for chlorine gas and an unnamed nerve agent, according to the report. The officials told NBC that the Assad regime is known to have stocks of the nerve agent sarin and

Prime Minister of the Netherlands Mark Rutte considers the likely military operation in Syria reasonable and emphasized that the attack should be proportionate.Mark Rutte, who was attending a summit in China, said in an interview with journalists about the possibility of a military strike in Syria that Because of a terrible chemical attack on the Syrian opposition, would be reasonable.

By Struan Stevenson

April 9 (UPI) -- Over the years, the "Islamic Republic of Iran" has found frequent success with one key strategy for reinforcing the regime's hold on power while keeping would-be threats to the theocratic system at bay.The regime's operatives and lobbyists have tirelessly promoted a narrative that discounts the country's pro-democratic voices as marginal

President Donald Trump slammed the chemical attack on Douma declaring, "President Putin, Russia, and Iran are responsible" for their support of "Animal Assad," Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.U.S. President called the event as a "mindless chemical attack" that killed at least 40 people, and vowed that there would be a "big price to pay."Donald Tramp criticized Barack Obama

The United Nations Security Council has condemned the Iran-backed Houthi rebels for their missile attacks on Saudi Arabia last weekend and expressed "grave concern" that the Houthis were able to obtain these weapons in spite of a UN arms embargo against arming them.The 15-member council issued a statement on March 28, condemning the missile attacks "in the strongest possible terms"

 

These days, the discussion of the global isolation of the mullahs is propounded more than ever before.The passionate debates are running among the internal circles of the regime, its political analysts, and the state-run media even more than the foreign analysts.On Monday, March 24, the state-run Etemad online website, on an op-ed titled "The state of foreign affairs in the new year is very disturbing,