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U. S. Considers Designating IRGC as Terrorist Group

A proposal that could designate Iran’s powerful Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) as a terrorist organization is under review in Washington.  Several U.S. government agencies have been consulted about such a proposal, according to officials, and if it is implemented, it would add to the measures already imposed by the U.S. on individuals and entities linked to the IRGC. Officials indicate that the proposal would likely come in the form of an executive order. Last week, Reuters reported that officials were debating the proposal, but a decision appears to have been indefinitely postponed.

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IRGC's 38 Year Record Shows Why a Terrorist Designation Is Necessary for Middle East Peace

April 22nd marked the 38th anniversary of the founding of the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC). Chairman of Iran’s Armed Forces Command, General Mohammad Bagheri, said the IRGC “acted as the ‘security shield’ of the Iranian nation and all the Muslim people through their presence in Syria and Iraq.” He added, “The country would have been lost if not for the IRGC.” 

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Iran Sets Scene for Assassination

Iran is known for its terrorist activities across the Middle East and the US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson recently named the country as the “leading state sponsor of terror through many platforms and methods”. 

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U.S. Ambassador Haley Wants UN's Middle East Agenda  to focus on Iran

U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley criticized the UN Security Council on the topic of Middle East, after her first meeting in February, for an “anti-Israel bias.”  She wants to use the organization’s monthly meeting on Thursday, to turn the focus from Israel to Iran, the Trump administration’s latest target.

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Struan Stevenson: Iran's IRGC Involved in TV Exec's Assassination

 U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson recently accused Iran of being "a leading state sponsor of terror through many platforms and methods." Particularly concerning to the U.S. are the activities of Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps and the Quds Force, who are engaged in every conflict in the Middle East.

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Mattis, Tillerson Demonstrate White House's Growing Willingness to Confront Iran

By INU Staff 

INU - On Wednesday, US Secretary of Defense James Mattis began a week-long tour of the Middle East. As Voice of America News reported, the tour began with talks in Riyadh, where Mattis’ Saudi Arabian counterpart Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman affirmed the Gulf Arab kingdom’s interest in cooperating broadly with the United States over regional issues including the confrontation of expanding Iranian influence.

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Protest and Clashes Erupts Over killing of Porters by IRGC Iranian security forces

Suicide increasing in northern Iran

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