Iran

Protests Expand Across Iran As Economy Continues To Nosedive – OpEd

As Iran’s regime continues to funnel the country’s resources to fund terrorism and warmongering in the region, the economy continues to decline, exacerbating dissatisfaction and protests in different segments of society. On Sunday, workers, retirees, and citizens took to the streets in different cities to voice their discontent with the …

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Qatar, ‘Leading Sponsor of Terrorism in the World, More than Iran,’ Is Not an Impartial Mediator

The idea that Qatar has been acting as a mediator in the negotiations between Israel and Hamas is nothing short of laughable. Qatar has actually long been staunchly aligned with the Muslim Brotherhood organization, of which Hamas is an offshoot. The Muslim Brotherhood — according to a hearing at the …

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Why is Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi visiting Pakistan?

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi is in Pakistan on a three-day trip to discuss regional and bilateral relations days after Iran and Israel carried out attacks against each other, risking the Gaza war to expand into a regional conflict. Raisi is scheduled to hold talks with top Pakistani leadership, including Prime …

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Iran, next time, the target could be your nuclear sites

Iran must be held accountable for its exceptional attack. The Israeli response, immediate but also intended to have a lasting impact, was based on Iran’s intention to cause destruction. The Iranian ayatollah regime attacked Israel directly from its own territory, deploying hundreds of UAVs, cruise missiles, and ballistic missiles. This …

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Iran’s President Raisi in Pakistan to mend ties after January strikes

Iran’s Ebrahim Raisi and Pakistan’s Shehbaz Sharif had a ‘vibrant discussion’ on advancing bilateral relations, the Pakistani premier’s office said. Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi held talks with Pakistani leader Shehbaz Sharif in Islamabad on Monday, in what experts said was a “significant” visit aimed at mending ties after the neighbours …

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Iran Update, April 21, 2024

The IDF concluded a major, multi-day “counterterrorism operation” in the Nour Shams Refugee Camp, Tulkarm, on April 21. Israeli forces engaged Palestinian fighters in Nour Shams, killing 14 Palestinian fighters.[i] The IDF Duvdevan unit arrested 15 wanted persons, destroyed two improvised explosive device manufacturing facilities and dozens of explosives and …

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Precision over power: How Iran’s ‘obsolete’ missiles penetrated Israel’s air defenses

Iran’s successful breach of Israel’s highly regarded air defenses, despite the multi-nation alliance that joined those defense efforts, ultimately served as an Iranian political message to Tel Aviv. Iran’s 13 April retaliatory missile strike on Israel, dubbed Operation True Promise, managed to overcome the occupation state’s integrated air defense systems …

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How Iran’s ‘strategic patience’ switched to serious deterrence

Iran’s retaliatory strikes against Israel were not conducted alone. Strategic partners Russia and China have Tehran’s back, and their role in West Asia’s conflict will only grow if the US doesn’t keep Israel in check. The Russian side keeps in contact with Iranian partners on the situation in the Middle …

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Iran Update, April 20, 2024

Key Takeaways: Gaza Strip: The Nahal Brigade (162nd Division) continued to conduct “targeted raids” along the Netzarim corridor in the central Gaza Strip on April 20.West Bank: Israeli forces conducted operations in the Nour Shams Refugee Camp, Tulkarm for a second day and engaged fighters from several Palestinian militias, including …

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L’Iran dans le collimateur

Le groupe des Sept (États-Unis, Canada, Grande-Bretagne, Allemagne, France, Italie et Japon), convoqué par Giorgia Meloni car actuellement sous présidence italienne, a «condamné sans équivoque et dans les termes les plus forts l’attaque directe et sans précédents de l’Iran contre Israël». Il a ainsi exprimé sa «pleine solidarité et soutien …

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