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WASHINGTON, Oct. 17, 2017 /PRNewswire-US Newswire/ -- The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) today filed a number of formal Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests – a new round of legal demands to the bureaucracy aimed at bringing those Obama-era flaws and secrets to light.In a blog post by ACLJ Executive Director Jordan Sekulow, the ACLJ's demands are clear:

NCRI - Egypt said Saturday it is following with concern the announcement of the new US strategy towards Iran. According to a statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the US announcement comes in accordance with Egypt’s concerns towards Iran’s policies. Reported Egypt’s Daily News on Sunday, October 15 and continued:

TAMPA, Fla (Reuters) OCT. 12, 2017  - The head of U.S. Central Command said he was concerned about Iran’s long-term activities in the region and he would continue to focus on protecting U.S. troops, even as Iran has said U.S. regional military bases would be at risk if further sanctions were passed.
“Iran is kind of a long-term destabilizing actor in the region

US President Donald Trump announced his new Iran strategy on the 2015 nuclear deal.On the nuclear deal president, Trump said the nuke deal gave Iranian leaders 'a lifeline'. Under the deal, Iran 'can sprint' to nuke weapons. The Iranian regime has committed multiple violations of the agreement.The Iranian regime has also intimidated international inspectors into not using the full inspection authorities that the agreement calls for. 

US Media- Oct. 8, 2017- U.S. President Donald Trump speaking on a TV show hosted by former Republican governor and presidential candidate Mike Huckabee, on October 7 declined to specify his plans in regard to the landmark nuclear deal with Iran.
Trump did not specify his intentions in regard to the nuclear accord with Iran, but he said he is “very unhappy with the deal…I’m very unhappy with their attitude.”

London, 6 Oct - Donald Trump is set to introduce a new campaign to crack down on the Lebanese terrorist group, Hezbollah, which is backed by the Iranian Regime, as part of the new US policy on Iran.Reportedly, this will include offering cash rewards for the most-wanted Hezbollah operatives, increasing efforts by the US intelligence service and law enforcement, and

 

NCRI - In March 2015, the civil war in Yemen started after Houthi rebels seized Sana’a, the country’s capital, and other parts of the nation. The Houthi rebels have been up against the government of President Abdrabbuh Mansur Hadi – an internationally recognised government that is supported by a coalition of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain, Egypt, Sudan, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia.

London, 4 Oct - Lawmakers in Afghanistan have demanded that their government force the Iranian Regime to stop using Afghan refugees as militants in the Syrian Civil War.Mohammad Asif Seddiqi, the deputy head of the Senate, said: “[The government] should seriously pursue this matter to compel Iran to not use Afghans as a tool and send them to war in other countries.”

 BY:Dr. Majid Rafizadeh 

Analogies have been made that the Iranian regime is the Middle East’s North Korea. Such an analogy fails to comprehensively characterize Tehran’s role in the region, as well as identify the differences between North Korea and Iran.When it comes to their roles within their respective regions, the Iranian regime plays a much more destabilizing and destructive role than North Korea does.

By Shakib Mahmud  and Bayes Hayat

Human Rights Watch (HRW) on Sunday reported that Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) has recruited Afghan immigrant children living in Iran to fight in Syria.“Afghan children as young as 14 have fought in the Fatemiyoun division, an exclusively Afghan armed group supported by Iran that fights alongside government forces in the Syrian conflict.