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Iranian regime's Choice for U.N. Post Denied Entry into the U.S.

NCRI- The United States Senate voted unanimously on Monday night to bar the Iranian regime's newly named ambassador to the United Nations from entering the United States, charging that he was involved in the hostage-taking at the United States Embassy in Tehran in 1979, the New York Times reported.

Iranian regime's criminal 'Justice Minister' to visit Iraq tomorrow

NCRI- The Iranian regime's Justice Minister Mostafa Pour Mohammadi,  one of the main officials responsible for the massacre of thousands of Iranian opposition members, plans to pay an official visit to Iraq.Pour Mohammadi, is scheduled to participate in separate meetings with other senior Iraqi officials, including Nouri Al-Maliki.

Iran provides Hezbollah anywhere from $100 to $200 million a year

Washington Free Beacon: House lawmakers on Monday are set to introduce a new bill that would greatly tighten economic sanctions on the terror group Hezbollah by going after its foreign assets, narcotics trafficking rings, and its media apparatus, according to information obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.

Who is Hamid Aboutalebi , Hostage-Taker, Terrorist, and the New Ambassador of the Iranian Regime to the United Nations (his full biography)

Hassan Rouhani appointed Hamid Aboutalebi to the post of Ambassador to the UN, replacing Mohammad Khazaei. This appointment has been quite controversial .The United States has not yet issued him a visa to enter the U.S., as resistance to his approval has arisen given Aboutalebi’s connection with the 1979 US Embassy hostage crisis and other extremist activities. Who is Hamid Aboutalebi and what is his background? Iran News Update reveals his real biography for the first time:

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