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A high-ranking member of the Syrian opposition has said that the actions of the Bashar Assad Regime, along with its allies Iran and Russia are creating a new "Holocaust" in rebel-held areas of the capital Damascus.On Tuesday, Mohammed Alloush of the Army of Islam told The Associated Press that the United Nations was also to blame for the tragedy "because of its bankruptcy

The aggressive expansionism of the Iranian Regime has caused violence and divisions across the Middle East, while their efforts to create regional proxy militias are worsening the situation in three already unstable countries: Syria, Yemen, and Iraq.It is well known that there are numerous Iran-backed Shiite militia groups fighting in Syria for the Assad regime, but some of these groups,

US Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, called the activities of the Iranian regime in countries like Syria and Yemen as the source of human disasters from military conflicts in the Middle East. She told the Security Council that the Iranian regime is the source of destabilizing measures that have spread to almost the entire Middle East.Nikki Haley described Iran's regime as the main terrorism sponsor state,

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For the past four decades, the Iranian regime had tried to deprived people of the access to the news and a horrible suppression has been applied to the media. Except the religious fundamentalism thought behind this blatant violation of the basic rights of access to the information,the main goal should be considered from a security aspect.


Iraq is set to get $30 billion to be used for reconstruction plans, but many are questioning why anyone would invest such a substantial sum in a country with deployed militias and rampant corruption.Abdulrahman al-Rashed, the former General Manager of Al Arabiya News Channel, wrote: “Who would want to invest money in a country her militias are deployed and corruption is rampant?


An Iranian-backed militia group that is currently supported fighting in Iraq and Syria just threated the US military in Iraq and warned the Americans to withdraw their troops.In a televised interview, Nasr al-Shamri, an executive director of the terrorist proxy group Harakat al-Nujaba, said: “We will never forget the atrocities of the United States in our country and we still have not settled a score with America.”

The Iranian Regime has been merging its proxy groups across the Middle East with existing local defence forces in various countries, which become a part of that country’s army.This is evidenced in an April 2017 memo from the Syrian armed forces, which stated that the defence forces would replace the Iranian proxies eventually. This may lead you to believe that Iran is removing itself from the Syrian conflict, but this is simply untrue.

Mr. Jean-Yves Le Drian, the Foreign Minister of France, reiterated on Wednesday, February 7, that he wanted “withdrawal of all of those who ought not to be in Syria, including Iranian militia, including Hezbollah.”Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, said in this regard, “The Foreign Minister of France offered the best solution for peace and tranquility, to end ‘chaos’ in Syria and the region.”

The Iranian Regime has begun to mass produce a new weaponised drone that carries so-called smart bombs, which are capable of precision strikes, according to the Islamic Republic's military leaders at an unveiling ceremony in Tehran on Monday.Iran regime’s Defense Minister and Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) Brigadier General Amir Hatami said: “[The new drones- called Mohajer 6- are] equipped with the smart Qa'em precision-striking bombs

Following the mullahs’ regime efforts against the PMOI in Albania, and deployment of intelligence and Quds Force agents to this country, the Ministry of Intelligence (MOIS) appointed Mostafa Roodaki, a veteran agent of MOIS, as the first secretary of the regime's embassy in Albania.Mostafa Roodaki, who was in charge of the intelligence station at the regime’s embassy in Austria in the early 2010’s,