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By Azita Carlson

It was reported recently that the national security adviser to U.S. President Donald Trump – John Bolton – had requested the Pentagon to “provide the White House with military options to strike Iran” last year. Many have spoken out about this, including senior officials in the Pentagon, stating that such moves by Bolton could precipitate armed conflict with Iran.

Indeed, many former officials of the Obama administration have voiced their concern too, saying that Bolton’s actions could result in Iran resuming its nuclear activities.
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By Staff writer, SF

The European Union has announced that it is imposing new sanctions on Iran’s Iintelligence Ministry, as well as two Iranian nationals, for their alleged involvement in two assassination plots in the Netherlands.

The Dutch government laid out the charges to parliament in a letter that also indicated that throughout Europe over the past three years the regime is suspected in at least four assassination and bomb plots.
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By Armin Baldwin

The European Union announced new sanctions targeting the Iranian Regime on January 8 because of the mullahs’ terrorist plots and assassinations in France, Denmark and the Netherlands.

The Dutch Foreign Ministry wrote, in a statement outlining the need for sanctions, that there were “strong indications that Iran was involved in the assassinations of two Dutch nationals of Iranian origin” in 2015 and 2017 and that “hostile acts of this kind flagrantly violate the sovereignty of the Netherlands and are unacceptable”. They also explained that ambassadors from Belgium, Germany, Britain, France, Denmark, and the Netherlands had visited the Iranian Foreign Ministry in Tehran “to convey their serious concerns” about Iran’s behaviour.
How the EU Can End Iran Terrorism
How the EU Can End Iran Terrorism
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By Atousa Pilger

The Iranian government proposes a budget bill to the country’s parliament (Majlis) at the end of every year. Once the bill passes, a clerical body must also approve the legislation. Then, Iran’s Central Bank presents monetary and credit policies that correspond to the budget.

The budget bill gives policy analysts, scholars, and politicians, information about the Islamic Republic’s current financial and economic status, as well as its prospective missions and specific objectives. This is why examination of Iran’s budget is critical. The proposed budget for this year is distinct from those of prior years.
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By Staff writer, SF

In recent years, it has become apparent that the Iranian regime has turned its efforts into plotting assassinations and attacks on foreign soil. The European Union has taken notice and a firmer stance toward Tehran is being applied.

This week, in fact, the EU leveled sanctions against Iran’s Ministry of Intelligence, as well as two Iranian citizens — Assadollah Asadi, a diplomat in the Iranian Embassy in Vienna, and Saeid Hashemi Moghadam, a senior official in Iran’s intelligence ministry. These are the first sanctions imposed on Iran by the EU since the nuclear deal was adopted in 2015.
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By Staff writer, SF

It is no secret that Iran would think nothing of destroying Israel. After all, the Regime refers to the Jewish state as “the little Satan”, shouts the “death to Israel” slogan, and uses its proxy militias to attack the country from Lebanon (Hezbollah) and Palestine (Hamas).

But what is less obvious at first glance is Iran’s hidden motto of “Death to the Arabs”. This is what drives Iran to fund sectarian militias across the Middle East that create proxy wars, commit terrorist atrocities, and propagate the spread of ignorance. The Iranian Regime dreams of controlling the region, from the Persian Gulf to the Mediterranean Sea, so they create chaos through a proxy group and then step in to take control once the power structure in that country has sufficiently broken down.
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By Staff writer, SF

In recent years, it has become apparent that the Iranian regime has turned its efforts into plotting assassinations and attacks on foreign soil. The European Union has taken notice and a firmer stance toward Tehran is being applied.

This week, in fact, the EU leveled sanctions against Iran’s Ministry of Intelligence, as well as two Iranian citizens — Assadollah Asadi, a diplomat in the Iranian Embassy in Vienna, and Saeid Hashemi Moghadam, a senior official in Iran’s intelligence ministry. These are the first sanctions imposed on Iran by the EU since the nuclear deal was adopted in 2015.
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By Staff writer, SF

Chinese tech giant Huawei has reportedly been conducting sanctions-breaking business with Iran and three Chinese individuals had signing rights to Iranian bank accounts for both Huawei and Hong Kong-based equipment firm Skycom – a company that US prosecutors claim Huawei controlled.

This recent discovery strengthens the US case against detained Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou, who was arrested in Canada last month after US officials accused her of overseeing a complex financial scam to violate nuclear sanctions on Iran.
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by Staff writer, SF

Iran, a country in the throes of an economic crisis, must now set aside $800 million of its budget for the coming year to deal with the problems cause by unlicensed credit institutions. This outlay follows last summer’s $300 million appropriation to shore up unlicensed credit institutions.
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By Saeed

Academics in Iran with links to foreign countries are on alert following the arrest of a demographer whose research led her to question the Regime’s policy to increase the birth rate.

Meimanat Hosseini-Chavoshi, who holds Iranian and Australian citizenship, was arrested on accusations of espionage in November when she tried to leave the country.
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