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Iran’s Latest Missile Unveiling Reflects Belligerent Posture

Iran’s Latest Missile Unveiling Reflects Belligerent Posture

By Edward Carney

On Thursday, the Iranian state propaganda network Press TV posted an article boasting of the latest in a long sequence of missile development activities by the Defense Ministry and other military institutions. The article identified three specific missile types, noting that all of them had been tested for the suitability of being mounted to attack helicopters. Authorities declared vaguely that the weapons would likely go into mass production in the near future.

IRGC terror designation cuts off all Iranian financial channels

IRGC terror designation cuts off all Iranian financial channels

By INU Staff

INU - Ever since the US State Department announced that it would be ending all Iran sanctions waivers come May 2, the Iranian Regime’s financial channels have been closing at increased rates, which means that the US “maximum pressure” campaign to cut off the flow of money to the mullahs is working.

Appointment of New Revolutionary Guard Chief Highlights Ineffective Defiance

Appointment of New Revolutionary Guard Chief Highlights Ineffective Defiance

By Mahmoud Hakamian

It was reported on Monday that Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei had appointed a new head of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, roughly two weeks after US President Donald Trump announced that the entire organization would be sanctioned and designated as a foreign terrorist organization. No clear explanation was given for the sudden change in leadership, although it arguably represents an even more hardline shift for the already avowedly conservative paramilitary.

The IRGC and its Regional Terrorist Network

The IRGC and its Regional Terrorist Network

By Dr Salem Al Ketbi

The US President Donald Trump’s decision to include the IRGC on the US terrorism list came too late, as all the evidence confirms. His country recognized that the IRGC was responsible for 17% of all US casualties in Iraq between 2003 and 2011.

Iran’s internet influence in Arab countries

Iran’s internet influence in Arab countries

By INU Staff

INU - While Iranian Regime has always seen the US as its major adversary, it has recently been investing significant money and effort in targeting Arab audiences with the message that Saudi Arabia is Iran’s main rival in the region, according to political scientist Dr Majid Rafizadeh, with the objective of increasing antagonism toward Arab states and officials.

IRGC Gen: We posed as aid workers to train fighters in Bosnian Civil War

By INU Staff

INU - The Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) denied on Wednesday comments from one of its former generals that the IRGC entered Bosnia during the 1992-1995 civil war, disguised as aid workers from Iran's Red Crescent Society's (IRCS), to train Bosnian Muslim fighters and work with Al-Qaeda in Europe. 

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