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Britain Declares Hezbollah As a Terrorist Group Adding to Tehran’s Misery

Hezbollah

The most formidable group in Lebanon, Hezbollah was finally declared as a terrorist organization by Britain recently, much to the dissatisfaction of Iran which said that one could not deny the legitimacy of the Hezbollah’s stronghold of these  Lebanese in the administrative and political structure.  This heavily armed Shi’ite group has …

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Pentagon claims attacks against ammunition facilitating in Iraq not carried out by the US

Iraq

Pentagon on Monday declared that the US is not responsible for the recent attacks against ease of ammunition storage facilitating channels in Iraq. The government office released a statement stressing that Iraq, “ has the sovereignty of authority over its own internal security and protection of their democracy,” and further …

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U.S. warship 600 miles away from Iran

US

Despite a warning from President Trump’s national security adviser, 5600 men and 5,600 men and women aboard this nuclear-powered aircraft carrier do not venture near Iranian waters. The warship is in the Middle East which send “a clear and unmistakable message” to Iran to steer clear of American interests in …

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Saudi Arabia Prepares For Eminent War

saudi arabia

Saudi Arabia is now reaching out to the United States to maintain its regional security and stability. Suspecting possible threat of war, the Saudi Arabian King Salman wants to ensure the country is well protected and prepared. The United State’s Defense Department confirmed the move in a statement, saying it …

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US think tank raises concern over Qatar’s increasing ties with Iran and Islamic extremists

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US non-profit think tank, Hudson Institute, organised an event, to hold discussion over “Countering Violent Extremism: Qatar, Iran and the Muslim Brotherhood”. The talk included senior members of the US Congress, retired officials from previous Republican and Democratic administrations, and several scholars and analysts from other think tanks in Washington. …

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