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Iran, Russia, China in Golden Trian...

“Establishing full security of shipping lines in this region, particularly in the area between the three straits of Hormuz, Malacca and Bab al-Mandeb...

Turkey threatens to close Incirlik

Following recent warnings by Turkish President and Foreign Minister about closure of Incirlik military base if Washington imposes sanctions against A...

India passed controversial citizens...

The Indian government has passed controversial citizenship law. The law facilitates citizenship for immigrants from Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakis...

Is Iran ready to attack Israel?

A major Iranian attack on Israel is closer than most believe. In a post that appeared in the Jerusalem Post on December 6, Yaakov Katz, the long-time...

Iran, Russia, China in Golden Triangle

“Establishing full security of shipping lines in this region, particularly in the area between the three straits of Hormuz, Malacca and Bab al-Mandeb, known as the Golden Triangle, guarantees the economic interests of all on the world stage,” Rear Admiral Tahani, said at a briefing on Iran’s joint naval drill with Russia and China currently underway in the Northern part of the Indian Ocean. The briefing was attended by commanders of Russian and Chinese units participating in the drill.

He added that “common maritime threats” and a need for coordinated measures by the three governments have made Iran-Russia-China maritime cooperation all the more necessary.

 “The common nature of maritime threats and political developments between the governments for taking coordinated measures have led to closer cooperation between the naval forces of these three countries,” the deputy commander said.

He went on to stress that “many countries have active shipping lines in the vicinity of Oman Sea and the Indian Ocean, which are considered key areas of world trade, and therefore, it is critical to maintain maritime security in this region.”

He further said that the joint naval drill between Iran, Russia and China, codenamed “Marine Security Belt,” is especially aimed at raising combat readiness, achieving collective security and exchanging experience in the field of combatting terrorism and piracy.

Iran, Russia and China have begun “Marine Security Belt,” as the event is codenamed, on Friday morning in the Indian Ocean and the Sea of Oman area.

The event is the first such cooperation with Iran since the 1979 victory of Iran’s Islamic Revolution.

It comes amid US efforts to woo countries into a maritime coalition for patrols in the Persian Gulf, which have received lukewarm welcome from its allies.

On Wednesday, Spokesman for the Iranian Armed Forces Brigadier General Abolfazl Shekarchi said the event was meant to promote the security of international trade in the strategic regions, adding that sharing experience in maritime rescue operations was also to be pursued in the maneuvers.

He said that Iran has proved that it always tries to maintain peace in the international waterways, especially this important area.

On Thursday, Chinese Defense Ministry Spokesman Wu Qian announced that Beijing’s Xining guided-missile destroyer would take part in the drills. Three Russian vessels are also taking part in the drills, according to reports.

Also on Thursday, Iranian Navy Commander Rear Admiral Hossein Khanzadi underlined that high deterrence power of the country’s Armed Forces has discouraged enemies at military aggression.

The enemy never dares to attack Iran thanks to combat readiness of the Iranian forces at sea and on the ground, Rear Admiral Khanzadi said, addressing a meeting in the Northeastern city of Mashhad.

The Americans are well-known as aggressors with records of aggression on several states and they have killed 800,000 native people in their civil war, he added.

Rear Admiral Khanzadi said that the United States is the only country in the world which has used nuclear weapon, encouraged the Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein to invade Iran, created ISIL terrorist group to cause bloodbath and never hesitates to ignite conflict across the world.

During eight years of sacred defense with Iraq, many countries backed Saddam Hussein, but, in the end it was Iran that won the battle and that the role of the Iranian Navy was very significant, the commander said.

Turkey threatens to close Incirlik

Following recent warnings by Turkish President and Foreign Minister about closure of Incirlik military base if Washington imposes sanctions against Ankara over Russia’s purchase of the S-400 system, US Secretary of Defense acknowledged Turkey’s “inherent right” to close the site, citing Incirlik’s closure Worried.

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India passed controversial citizenship law

The Indian government has passed controversial citizenship law. The law facilitates citizenship for immigrants from Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan but not muslims.

Indian media reported that various cities in the country witnessed protests during the vote of lawmakers on the passage of the Citizenship Act. Demonstrators clashed with Indian police on several occasions and their protest movements have turned violent.

Protesters attacked police during the demonstration with hand-held objects and set fire to a number of vehicles. Police also used tear gas and water spray vehicles against the protesters. The Indian army has also taken steps to contain the protests. In parts of India, it is said that telecommunications services have also been cut.

Under the new citizenship law, illegal immigrants from neighboring countries such as Afghanistan, Pakistan and Bangladesh can obtain citizenship. The law mandates that Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jainists, Persians (Zoroastrians) and Christians who have entered India from the aforementioned countries by 31 December 2014 will be granted Indian citizenship. According to forecasts, it is likely that the number of those affected by such prosecution and eligible for Indian citizenship could reach millions.

Is Iran ready to attack Israel?

A major Iranian attack on Israel is closer than most believe. In a post that appeared in the Jerusalem Post on December 6, Yaakov Katz, the long-time military correspondent and current editor-in-chief of the newspaper, describes what such a scenario might look like. Katz assumes that the war will begin with drones and cruise missiles that Iran will use to attack Israel from Syrian or Iraqi territory. The Iranian drone attack on the Saudi Arabian oil company Saudi Aramco’s equipment on September 14 could serve as a blueprint. According to the Reuters news agency, this had been personally approved by Iran’s top leader Ayatollah Khamenei.

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Rocket attacks on US military bases, Pompeo warns Iran

IranBild: Military bases in Iraq are attacked again and again – no one had previously acknowledged the attacks. The United States assigned responsibility to Iraqi militias supported by Iran and warned Tehran of further attacks.

454/5000US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has warned Iran after several missile attacks on Iraqi military installations with US forces.

For every attack by Iran or its allies that harms US interests, Tehran must expect a “determined” response, Pompeo said on Friday.

Iran must “respect the sovereignty of its neighbors” and immediately stop supporting third parties in Iraq and the region, Pompeo said.

Six soldiers injured – No one claimed responsibility for the attack
Six Iraqi soldiers were injured in a rocket attack on an Iraqi military base in Baghdad on Monday. US soldiers and diplomats were also at the military base.

The attack was the ninth in six weeks against military installations with U.S. forces or the U.S. Embassy in the screened green zone in the Iraqi capital. So far, no one has acknowledged the attacks. The US government assigned responsibility to Iraqi militias supported by Iran.

Iran has gained significant influence in neighboring Iraq since the fall of Saddam Hussein in 2003. The US government is trying to do this, among other things

Israeli plan to attack T-4 airbase

PerseTV: The Russian site, “Slavo Della” and “Nerodeni Novosti”, wrote that Israel plans to attack a T-4 air base in Syria. Russian medis reported that this is the first time that Israel has focused on attacking bases in other countries in eastern Syria.
Israeli airplanes must be able to enter Syrian airspace, and may also face Russian S-300 and Russian S-400 air und Iranian Bavar 373 defense systems, the Israeli website quoted Israeli officials as saying.


Andrev Koshkin, head of the department of political and social studies at Russia’s Plekhanov University of Economics and a Russian military expert, told the attack on the T-4 site in Syria is risk and mudt ignore it.
He added: “In this connection, Israel may seek NATO’s help in passing Syria’s air defense systems.”
The Russian military expert said: “I think they are trying to design possible maneuvers for air strikes that are even risky, but this is a difficult mission for Israel.”
One of Israel’s allies in NATO in Syria is the US that has illegally attacked Syria under the pretext of fighting ISIS, and Washington has secretly backed this terrorist groups and provided them with weapons and ammunition, and delivered various weapons.

Iran-Pakistan military cooperation

Islamabad has excellent co-operation with Iran at all levels to strengthen security at the common borders with Iran, a Pakistani military spokesman said.

“Iran and Pakistan are working together to secure the common borders,” Maj. Gen. Asif Ghafour told a news conference with local and foreign reporters at the Army Headquarters in Rawalpindi on Friday.

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Israel’s Ambassador Calls on Germany to Harder Iran Course

In the conflict over the Iranian nuclear program, the Israeli ambassador to Germany called on the federal government to put more pressure on the government in Tehran. Berlin must “take a tougher pace,” Jeremy Issacharoff told The World (Thursday). “The Iranians have shown clearly that they do not stick to the nuclear agreement.”

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Germany calls for a halt to US intervention in EU affairs

In response to the US decision to boycott two Russian gas pipelines to Europe, the German foreign minister called for a halt to Washington’s intervention in European internal affairs.

In a Twitter message in response to the Der Spiegel report on Washington’s continuing efforts to halt the North Stream 2 pipeline project (North Stream 2), “Europe’s energy policy is determined by Europe, not America.”

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Why US military officials are against Iran?

PerseTV; US Secretary of State announces listing of five entities and two Iranian-related vessels on sanctions list as US Secretary of Defense speaks of Iran’s vigilance against Iran

18 Months after the US sanctions against Iran and nearly all of Iran was sanctioned, the emphasis on new forms of sanctions on Iran has become an international satire.

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