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NCRI - Despite the fact that all international laws and covenants ban any use of children in wars, local Iraqi outlets have revealed how the Iran-backed Hashid al-Shabi (Popular Mobilization Units) are training children for war.180 juveniles in the village of Basheer in Kirkuk Province are being trained by the Hashid al-Shabi, learning how to use light and heavy weapons, and training in various military tactics.


A Shiite cleric has reportedly defended the military training of children in Iraq by Iran-allied fighters.“These youngsters are taught martial arts and how to use weapons so that they can defend themselves and their areas,” argued Sayyid Qambar Musawi, a Shiite cleric in Kirkuk province’s Bashir village where the training is reportedly taking place.


 by By Mohammed Alkhereiji

 Middle East Online, Aug, 13, 2017 - The Iran-backed cyber-espionage group CopyKittens has increased activities, launching attacks on governments, defence companies and academic institutions in support of Tehran’s political agenda, a report said.An investigative study by Israeli firm ClearSky Cybersecurity and Trend Micro called Operation Wilted Tulip traced CopyKittens’ activities to 2013, shedding light on its work patterns and possible motivations.

Iran supplied components of heavy weaponry to Russia, directly breaching the resolution of UN Security Council No.2231; the document prohibits any supplies and servicing of heavy offensive weaponry.According to Welt am Sonntag, the Sunday add-on for Die Welt outlet, Western intelligence agencies found out that in June, two Iranian aircraft landed at Khmeymim air field, the key air base of the Russian military in Syria.


The Afghan security forces have arrested a suicide bomber hailing from the neighboring Iran, the security officials said Saturday.

Provincial security Chief Jilani Abu Bakar confirmed that an Iranian national who was attempting to carry out a suicide attack was arrested by the security forces.

He said the man was arrested during a clash erupted after a coordinated Taliban attack in Khash Rod district.

Kuwaiti Interior Ministry announced last month that it had implemented the judgment of the Court of Cassation issued in case No. 302/2016 on the so-called Abdali cell, calling for the arrest of the suspects. Al Arabiya English reported on Saturday, 12 August 2017They released photos of 16 men who belonged to the extremist cell and urged citizens and residents to cooperate with security forces by providing any information about the convicts through calling 112

NCRI - The ceremony of welcoming foreign guests at the inauguration of Iranian regime's President Hassan Rouhani was managed by a terrorist group commander, Mohammad Ja'fari Sahrarudi, head of the office of Ali Larijani, Speaker of the regime’s parliament.Sahrarudi was already known for the command of the groups responsible for assassinating opponents of the Iranian regime abroad.


NCRI - Tajikistan has accused the Iranian regime of involvement in the killing of prominent personalities including the former speaker of Tajik parliament, Safarali Kenjayev, during the 1990s, Radio Free Europe Today announced for the first time on August 8, 2017.In a 45-minute documentary program broadcast on state television, the Tajik Ministry of Interior announced that the Tehran regime was trying to provoke civil war in Tajikistan.

Tajikistan on August 8 accused Iran of backing high-profile killings during the Central Asian nation's civil war in the 1990s, including the assassination of the former chairman of the Tajik parliament Safarali Kenjaev in 1999. In a 45-minute documentary broadcast on Tajik state television, the Interior ministry claimed that Tehran was interested in fomenting civil war in Tajikistan, and it provided financial assistance to the Tajik Islamic Party and trained its militants on Iranian territory.

By Pejman Amiri

From the onset the mullah’s regime in Iran, the issue of exporting revolution or to be more exact, Islamic fundamentalism, has been one of the pillars of the external policy. One of the aspects of this devastative activities can be distinguished in the Middle East, but the impact of this policy in other parts of the world has been much less noticed. Related to this subject, Peiman Amiri wrote a piece in American Thinker.