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Sunday, December 17, 2017

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Insulted.

We are insulted.

Did he think presenting himself as a 30-year old prince prince who sports a “dirty” beard, disregarding the traditional black and gold over garment the bisht worn by state officials, or plastering his full-lipped glamour shots all over the Kingdom would be enough ton convince us? Is that what he thinks that we, the youth and majority of Saudis, will judge and make our decisions and choice of allegiance based upon?

Who does he think we are?

That his polished image and public relations teams, including the multimillion dollar contracted... Read More

By Amir Basiri

The Revolutionary Guards of Iran has entered a phase of complete disappointment in its ongoing campaign in Aleppo, losing control of the Syria war and now resorting to old threats of closing the Strait of Hormuz upon American ships.

Aleppo is the new term used across the region for the Levant war. This city has become the scene of a devastating war not only involving Syrians, but a conglomerate of fighters from regional and international countries seeking their own concessions. In the meantime, we recently witnessed various parties unprecedentedly engaged in “hit-and-run”... Read More

‘Better’ and ‘much further sanctions’ are how National Council Resistance of Iran (NCRI) representative Dowlat Nowrouzi imagines to be the main communication tools for dealing with the Iranian mullahs’ fundamentalist regime. As tool for measuring economic and human rights compliance and talking about the this year’s nuclear deal Ms. Nowrouzi told the Parliamentary Assembly’s MediaBox interviewer in Strasbourg:

CAPTION: Dowlat Nowrouzi of NCRI interviewed by MediaBox Strasbourg PACE – VIEW CONVERSATION

‘I am afraid the money [will] be used to finance terror groups in the Middle... Read More

Employee engagement, retention, job performance and low turnover are some of the primary benefits that directly impacts on the company’s productivity. The high cost of staffing, training, firing and replacing employees emphasizes the need on taking a viable decision right from the start.

In order to ensure a probable employee is the right fit and motivated towards the job, a company should check previous work history and conduct research of academic credentials. The job don’t end on selection but appropriate evaluation tools and keeping them updated for future recruitment is... Read More

This week the Iran regime’s foreign minister Javad Zarif publicly went ahead to ‘express [his] condolences’ on the death or so called ‘martyrdom’ of the Hezbollah militia terrorist group commander Mustafa Badreddine. Badreddine was killed in last Friday’s militia assaults against Syrian rebels near Damascus.

Following this, Mr. Zarif has arrived by invitation of the High Negotiations Council (HNC) delegation (Tuesday 17th May 2016) to participate in today’s International Syrian Support Group (#ISSG) peace talks in Austria.

Ahead of the meeting the Syrian Network for Human Rights... Read More

Interviewed in Arabic, alongside an English-language translation, Brig. Gen. al-Batish also confirms the ‘death toll of Bashir al-Assad’s military forces to be around 200,000.’

On the legitimacy of the Brig. al-Batish intelligence he replies ‘we have accurate sources coming from the conflict zones. And we do review and clarify the information. Also with the Iranian resistance (PMOI / MEK).’

Two touch points reflecting the Iranian regime's complicity in the Syrian massacres, the Brigadier says ‘Bashar al-Assad’s regime uses Iranian forces to fuel the war’, and that right now the... Read More

Breaking intelligence gathered as satellite imagery and organizational data exposes the extent to which the Iranian regime props-up the failing Syrian army.

Sources including the Free Syrian Army (FSA) confirm the reliability of the intelligence gathered by the Iranian main opposition group the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI / MEK).

‘Based on specific reports from within the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) the remaining forces of the Syrian regular army number less than 50,000 across the country.’

On order’s of the Iranian Supreme Leader... Read More

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