(NCRI) and (PMOI / MEK Iran): There is a lot hinging on the verdict and there are a lot of hopes that it will lead to the European Union adopting tougher policies with regards to the regime’s terrorist activity.
Last week, the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), hijacked a South Korean-flagged vessel in the Strait of Hormuz so the regime could put pressure on the South Korean government to release 7 billion dollars in Iranian assets that have been frozen due to US sanctions.
(NCRI) and (PMOI / MEK Iran): the new enrichment is known to be happening at Fordow, a well-known facility, which was selected to be the site for such activity because it has been built into a mountainside in order to evade a potential attack on the facility.
Foreign Ministers who represent the 3 European signatories to the 2015 Iran nuclear deal responded condemned the action this week when the mullah regime claimed that it had started again with its enrichment of uranium to 20%.
(PMOI / MEK Iran): Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has been criticized by Afghan analysts for comments that suggested Iran’s proxy groups would fill the vacuum left behind when U.S. forces depart.
An interview with Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif indicating Tehran’s involvement and interference in Afghanistan has stirred controversy. Talking with Tolo News, Zarif acknowledged some 2,000 Afghans fought alongside pro-regime forces in Syria under the Fatemiyoun brigade.
The regime has continually blamed the MEK for the protests in Iran, reversing its longstanding policy of minimizing the importance of the MEK’s influence in Iran. This has backfired on Tehran badly, as it has revealed the mullahs’ fear of the MEK and made the international community aware that the group has an active presence in the country.
Nearly three years after nationwide protests set off a Resistance Movement in Iran, regime leaders have been unable to suppress the growing tide of rebellion that has swept across the country.
Zarif’s close relations with top terrorists and notorious dictators
Recently, Javad Zarif, the foreign minister for the religious dictatorship ruling Iran, attended the Munich Security Conference (MSC). This raised the anger of the Iranian community in Germany. They held a protest against Zarif’s presence at the conference.
Zarif is known to have been involved in terrorist operations overseas on behalf of Iran’s terrorist regime. He has been responsible for hiring diplomat terrorists, as well as MOIS agents in the regime’s overseas embassies.