Iran Focus

London, 15 Dec - Two cyber security firms have warned the US against underestimate Iranian hackers in the wake of successful operations and advised that they need to be tracked more closely.

These hackers, who target enemies of  Iran and promote the Regime’s political agenda, have become more advanced in their attacks, which led advanced-threat protection firms FireEye and ClearSky to warn that the Regime is fast turning into a cyber crimes giant.

Iran Focus

London, 14 Dec - When Donald Trump declared Jerusalem to be the capital of Israel, the Iran responded by threatening violence and terrorism.

Why? Quite simply, Iran hates Israel (whom it calls the Little Satan), hates the US (whom it calls the Big Satan), and supports the terrorist group Hamas. In fact, the Regime even has a paramilitary organization dedicated to keeping Jerusalem from Israel: The Quds Force of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC-QF).

Iran Focus

London, 14 Dec - The Iran-backed Houthi militias in Yemen assassinated former Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh in a desperate scramble to save face in a war that it is losing.

Saleh was attempting to make peace with the Saudi-led coalition to reinstate the internationally recognised government in Yemen when he brutally murdered.

The Houthis killed him, likely at the behest of Iran, to stop him from revealing information about their relationship and convincing other in the Houthi camp to join the Saudi-led coalition.

Iran Focus

London, 14 Dec - In October, the Trump administration announced its new policy to counter Iranian expansionism in the Middle East, focusing heavily on Iran-backed terrorist group Hezbollah.

It would target Hezbollah’s funding sources, support “legitimate state institutions” in Lebanon and expose Hezbollah's “nefarious behaviour”.

The White House said: “Over time, we believe that by denying Hezbollah political legitimacy, it will lose the support of the Lebanese people.”

Iran Focus

London, 12 Dec - Iran is like an octopus with tentacles stretched across the Middle East to its terrorist proxies and they should be held accountable for their crimes.

For too long those seeking to confront terrorism in the Middle East have been focusing on the terrorist groups, like Hezbollah and Hamas, rather than their Iranian masters.

The problem with that strategy is that when you cut off the head of a hydra, two more grow back. Instead, you must cut off the immortal head, which in this analogy is the Iranian Regime.


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