The group, called the "Qassem Soleimani Brigade," had apparently been planning to attack several security and public structures in Bahrain. Longer submissions are unlikely to be published. The West must make it known that we stand shoulder to shoulder with the protesters in Iran demanding regime change. With the imminent demise of the mullahs, the Iranian people can look to a bright future where oppression is ended and human rights and women’s rights are restored, in a country that abolishes the death penalty and ends the threat of nuclear proliferation and Middle East domination. In a speech on November 12, he said Iran was in a state of emergency. "I warn against anyone underestimating Iranian resilience and their capacity for suffering. Meanwhile, Bahrain's Ministry of the Interior revealed last month that early this year it had foiled a terrorist attack by a group also backed by the IRGC. Soleimani has been heralded as a military "hero." Khameini called for "severe revenge" on the US. The IRGC-controlled conglomerate Khatam-al Anbiya has significant holdings, including oil refineries. Copyright © 2020 NCRI More than five years ago, the government of Iran arrested the seven Iranian Baha'i leaders known as the, Iran's Mullahs are in Turmoil Thanks to America's Current Policy, U.S. Only Country to Hold Iran's Mullahs Accountable, EU Still Siding with the "World's Worst Human Rights Abuser".
Struan Stevenson is the Coordinator of the Campaign for Iran Change (CIC). A spike in oil prices in Iran late last year led to mass protests, The political risk that entails can be seen in the public protests around higher gas prices last November, which according to Iran-Report were "the most violent protests in 30 years." Black Appraisals of Black Lives Matter â Part IV.
An investigation revealed, in addition, that it was Iran that ordered the 2005 assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri, and was also implicated in the 9/11 attacks. ", Read more: Mega rallies 'drown out' complex realities in Iran, One thing no one should expect, however, is that Iran will back down for economic reasons, says Tockuss. "The entire shadow economy has grown considerably in the wake of reinstated US sanctions," he says. and "Revenge! Der Iran, das islamische Land im Mittleren Osten, ist seit 40 Jahren abgeschottet.