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The White House has condemned the Iranian Regime for recent rocket attacks

By INU Staff

INU - The White House has condemned the Iranian Regime for recent rocket attacks on US government facilities in Iraq, but these attacks by Iranian-linked groups are nothing out of the ordinary.

Iran’s interference in Iraq

By INU Staff

INU - The people of Iraq, in particular in the city of Basra, have been making their voices heard with regards to the presence and interference of Iran. There have been a number of protests that have turned violent in recent weeks and the people of Basra are currently dealing with a severe water problem.

Iran’s Struggling Regime Continues its Attempts Expand the Islamic Revolution

By INU Staff

INU - The Iranian regime’s economic crisis is expected to worsen as the second wave of United States sanctions aimed at the country’s petrochemical industry comes into effect, which displays that already weakened regime of Supreme Leader Khamenei will continue its attempts to expand the Islamic revolution in the Middle East and to destabilize the region.

Iran’s withdrawal from Syria

By INU Staff

INU - Iranian Defence Minister Amir Hatami said last week that Iran wants to “strengthen Syria’s military arsenal” and help it “expand its military equipment”, following a trip to Damascus, according to by the state-run Iranian Students' News Agency (ISNA).
He said that Iran’s “trying to pave the way for the next phase of cooperation”, but what is this phase and could it mean Iran’s withdrawal from Syria?

Iraq’s anti-corruption efforts hurt Iran Regime

By INU Staff

INU - As Iraq ramps up its anti-corruption efforts, the malign mullahs in Iran are finding it harder to expand their influence.

It is no secret that Iran is an outlaw nation, which supports international terrorism and the destabilisation of the Middle East. This is no different in Iraq, where the Iranian Regime has long supported the Popular Mobilization Forces that now control Kirkuk province.

Iran Regime Claims That They Won the Lebanese Elections

By INU Staff

INU - Although it has been three-and-a-half months since the parliamentary elections in Lebanon, there is still is no government. The delay is down to a dispute over changing the nature of the Lebanese system, which would see legitimate Prime Minister Saad Hariri able to take the title, but not able to carry out any of its key functions (i.e. forming a cabinet).


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