UANI Resources on Iranian Regime Acts of Proliferation, Deception, Extremism, Repression and Terrorism
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--United Against Nuclear Iran (UANI) has produced resources to memorialize the Iranian regime's actions, behavior and rhetoric, including its record of terrorism and collaboration with al-Qaeda and Hamas, its repression of political opponents and minorities at home and murder of perceived adversaries abroad including U.S. and NATO troops, as well as its anti-American and anti-Semitic rhetoric.
“the 35th province [of Iran] and a strategic province for us.”
The remarkable breadth and scope of the Iranian regime's destabilizing, extremist and violent activities must be taken fully into account as the P5+1 meets in Vienna to consider a final comprehensive nuclear deal, or the possible extension of an interim agreement.
The following resources cover Iran's support for the Assad regime and its role in the destruction of Syria, its nuclear and ballistic missile cooperation with North Korea and alliance with Al-Qaeda and other terrorist groups and proxies in the Middle East.
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For 35 years the Islamic Republic of Iran has used violence and brutality to consolidate power at home and spread its radical revolutionary ideology abroad. UANI's Iran VERITAS Project is the definitive record memorializing Iran's violence, extremism, repression and terrorism at home and abroad.
The Iranian-Syrian alliance stretches back over three decades. Officials of the Iranian regime have gone so far as to refer to Syria as "the 35th province [of Iran] and a strategic province for us."
Iran's nuclear and ballistic missile program has long depended on external assistance from other states, particularly North Korea. Since 2010, Iran-DPRK nuclear and ballistic missile cooperation has markedly intensified.
This report documents the development of the Iran - Al Qaeda alliance from the early 1990's to the present day.
Iran - particularly the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) - has been repeatedly tied to terrorist organizations and terrorist attacks against the United States and its allies throughout the world.
The presidency of Hassan Rouhani has been carefully analyzed for signs that the Iranian regime is changing its dangerous and threatening behavior. However, while the new Iranian President speaks the language of conciliation, as it stands, the regime's nuclear program and odious behavior continue.
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei is the most powerful political official in Iran. Understanding his political and ideological views-"In His Own Words"- is crucial to understanding the Iranian regime's current domestic and foreign policies.