Sunday, January 10, 2016


Iran: 200 million Euro embezzlement uncovered
As the so called elections in Iran get closer, the rival factions try to expose each other’s criminal records. Falat Qarreh is an Oil Company operated under the authority of elements of the Iranian regime. On just one case a 200 million Euros plundering by the directory board of this company was exposed. State run ISNA news agency cited a deputy intelligence ministry that 3 of the Falat Qarreh executive directors were involved in this enormous embezzlement. According to the source, the 3 directors had collaborated through limited tender. The intelligence ministry agent who has not been named did not corroborate on the date or the details of the arrests.

Reuters reported on January 9th that: Humanitarian groups could begin delivering much-needed aid in three besieged Syrian towns as early as Sunday, spokesmen said on Friday.
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and UN World Food Program (WFP) said they were preparing convoys packed with food and medical supplies for suffering populations in the towns of Madaya, al-Foua and Kefraya.
As Syria reels from war, a six-month-long blockade of Madaya by the Syrian army and its Lebanese ally, Hezbollah, has trapped about 40,000 residents now enduring a harsh winter.
Further north, the villages of al-Foua and Kefraya, in the Idlib governorate, are home to some 20,000 residents under siege by armed opposition groups.
Twenty-three people have died of starvation in Madaya since Dec.1 at health centers supported by Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF)or Doctors without borders, the global medical aid group said.
Siege warfare has been used in Syria “in a ruthlessly coordinated and planned manner” with the aim of “forcing a population, collectively, to surrender or suffer starvation,” a UN commission of inquiry has said.

The Iranian regime has ratcheted up suppression in fear of expansion of popular protests on the verge of the sham elections, particularly the use of the death penalty. According to Iranian resistance Jan. 9, in merely two days, January 6-7, this regime has executed 17 prisoners.

The Saudi Arabia’s soccer federation has said its clubs will not play Asian Champions League matches in Iran amid rising diplomatic tension, Associated Press reported JAN 8, 2016.
The decision at a SAFF executive meeting comes days after individual clubs refused to travel to Iran for safety reasons when the competition kicks off next month.
The Iranian regime's Bassiji forces raided Saudi's embassy in Tehran and its consulate in Mashhad last Sun. Jan. 3 setting the buildings on fire. Many Arab  and North African countries including Saudi Arabia has either condemned this attack or have cut ties with Iranian regime. The attack on Saudi's embassy was condemned at the UN security Council also. The Iranian regime's attempt failed on Oct. 11, 2011 to assassin Saudi's foreign Minister on US soil.
In a related news the Iranian regime on Thursday claimed that a Saudi-led coalition had hit its embassy in Yemen in an airstrike. The airstrike claim by Iran came Thursday afternoon, when its state-run news agency said a Saudi-led airstrike the previous night hit the Iranian embassy in Sana, citing Iran’s Foreign Ministry. But an Associated Press reporter who reached the site just after the announcement saw no damage to the building in a neighborhood near a presidential palace that has seen many airstrikes.
Iranian regime even filed a complaint to the UN Security Council accusing the Saudis of deliberately hitting its mission. But the Saudi military was quick to dismiss the allegation as false and baseless.
Later on Friday and after the scandalous embassy bombing accusation proved to be nothing but a deceptive tactic, the Iranian regime tried to remedy the situation by sending the deputy foreign minister to the scene to say that the missile had hit the buildings adjacent to the embassy and not the embassy building itself.
The White House spokesman, Josh Ernest was quoted by the German DPA news agency that Iranian regime’s claim are contradicting.

Iranian regime is faced with a variety of economic crisis which could lead to “threats” against the regime by Iran’s young restive population, the regime’s First Vice President has admitted.
“The country is entangled in a special economic and political situation that demands serious action,” said Eshaq Jahangiri, who is top deputy to the regime’s President Hassan Rouhani . “We are facing three important challenges with unemployment being prominent among them.”
Jahangiri expressed concern about the situation and said, “Iran has a large young population. If we are unable to solve their problems, this opportunity will morph into a threat.”
“The government’s development budget should be 70,000 billion tomans, but this budget for the current year is around 30,000 billion tomans. We have a budget deficit of 280,000 billion tomans and we need to fill this gap with foreign resources,” he added.