The vicious expansionism policy of Iranian regime has dragged the Middle East to the edge of a widespread war. The clerical regime’s next aim is followed in Africa. Heshmat Alavi, wrote an article in Al Arabiya, to bring the attention on the subject.With a special focus on Syria and Iran’s role in this important country’s developments, it is worth noting Tehran also seeks to expand its influence in Africa.

On Thursday, April 19, 2018, Albanian Prime Minister, Mr. Edi Rama, in response to a question about terrorist threats against the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI or MEK) in his country, said: “I believe that, for MEK we did the right thing. We gave accommodation to a group which is persecuted. And that's it. Regarding to your question about security and threats we are in the right side of history,

It’s no secret that the Iranian Regime will soon be overthrown by the people who have spent nearly five months protesting them in the streets. What’s surprising is that the Regime appears to be making deathbed confessions?

Violating UN Resolutions on missile production

on April 18th, Rouhani the president of the Mullahs’ regime admitted violating the United Nations Security Council resolutions and said: "We are declaring to the world that we will produce or procure any weapons we need and we have never been, are not and will not wait for their words, their agreements or their affirmative views.

Nikki Haley, the U.S. Ambassador to the U.N., put blame on Iran regime for continuation of supporting the Houthi rebels in Yemen.“To achieve enduring peace in Yemen, Iran must stop its interference and its violations of the arms embargo this Council imposed,” Haley stated in the U.N. Security Council.Haley accused the Iranian regime and Houthis of bleaching The arms embargo’s Resolution of UN

Adel al-Jabir called for the withdrawal of the Iranian regime from Arab countries

Saudi Arabia's foreign minister condemned the Iranian regime's press conference following the end of the Arab summit in support of Houthi militias

According the assessment of Coface, (a credit insurer operating globally, offering companies solutions to protect them against the risk of financial default of their clients, both in their domestic and export market), the Iranian government, along with fifteen other countries, is among the most dangerous countries for trade, the International France Radio reported.


Yemen’s Ahmed Obeid bin Daghr says on Saturday that Iran supplied the Houthi rebels with ballistic missiles and drones to attack Saudi Arabia. Yemeni’s army had never possessed such weapons before the Houthi coup, the Prime Minister explained after a cabinet session in Aden.The arms used by the Houthi militias were impossible to be manufactured locally, they are made in Iran.

• Iranian drone was sent to Israel 'to attack'

Israel has said the Iranian drone it shot down in February was loaded with explosives and "tasked to attack".

The drone was launched from an airbase in Syria, against which Israel later carried out air strikes.

U.S. Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Milley at the Senate Armed Services Committee hearing said that he agreed with President Trump that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad should pay a big price for a gas attack on Duma, a Damascus suburb.In response to Sen. Lindsey Graham’s question on agreement with the President Tramp’s statement about Assad who should pay a big price for killing innocent children