EIFA :Iran behind assassinations and abductions in Iraq
For the past six weeks the people of Baghdad and other Iraqi cities have taken part in mass demonstrations demanding an end to government corruption and the trial and punishment of former Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, the European Iraqi Freedom Association (EIFA) said in a statement on Saturday.
They have demanded a complete reform of the corrupt Iraqi judicial system, which was set up by Maliki and politically controlled, it said.
Iran spending billions on terrorists’ salaries - Washington Times
Iran's regime has been sending billions of dollars to fill the pockets of terrorist fighters across the Middle East, including in Yemen, Syria, Lebanon and the Gaza Strip, according to a private U.S. government report ordered by Senator Mark Kirk.
Iran’s defense budget ranges anywhere between $14 billion to $30 billion a year and much of that money goes to fund terrorist groups and rebel fighters throughout the region, according to the Congressional Research Service report conducted at the request of Sen. Kirk, an Illinois Republican, The Washington Times reported on Saturday.
Iran and state terrorism
The following is an article written by Abul-Rahman al-Rashed and published in various media outlets on August 30th, 2015:
Who would have thought that the head of the terrorist cell that carried out the 1996 Khobar bombing in Saudi Arabia would be arrested after being on the run for 19 years?