Argentinian General Prosecutor Alberto Nisman presented a 500-page dossier providing evidence of the Iranian regime’s efforts at ‘infiltrating’ several South American countries ‘
Last September, Jihadists who call themselves “Cyber Hezbollah” organised their second conference in Teheran. Islamist hackers and cyber-jihadists gathered there and decided to fight the U.S. and Europe. Hassan Abbasi, political strategist and adviser of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, was present, and delivered an ardent and virulent speech.
The second conference of the cyber-Hezbollah took place in Tehran in September 2011. Islamist hackers and cyber-jihadists gathered there, deciding to fight against the U.S. and Europe. The political strategist of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Hassan Abbasi was present and delivered an ardent speech.
Lebanese Hezbollah plans its terror attacks systematically. Its organised secret service carries out preparatory work for terrorists. At the same time, Lebanese Hezbollah is championing a totalitarian ideology of Khomeinism.
Canberra shouldn't open the door to Hezbollah's satellite channel.
The British government's announcement to open a dialogue with "the political wing of Hizballah" is most troubling. In a statement to a parliamentary committee, Bill Rammell, the British foreign office's minister for Middle East affairs, rationalized the decision on the grounds of what his office perceives to be "more positive developments within Lebanon."
Die Bilder von jubelnden Massen, die den iranischen Präsidenten Ahmadinedschad Mitte Oktober im Libanon empfingen, gingen um die Welt. Wie sehen aber die historischen Verflechtungen zwischen der libanesischen Hisbollah und der "Islamischen Republik Iran" aus?
Does Hezbollah Really Want to Participate as a Civilian Force in Politics?