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Iran Doubles Down on Terror and Turmoil

 Author: NCRI-US  Category: Human Rights, Missile Program, Nuclear Program, Terrorism  Publisher: NCRI-US  Published: November 11, 2018  Tags: IRGC |

This 66-page book examines the motivation behind the regime’s political and economic strategy by considering three areas: terrorism including in Europe and the United States, incitement of regional conflicts, and the ballistic missile threat.

Failing to quell growing popular protests against their rule, the mullahs have opted to bolster domestic suppression with blatant terrorism and intimidation, particularly against opponents.

The strategy revolves around terrorism and the physical annihilation of opponents. It is perceived to be so vital to the regime’s longevity that its officials are willing to risk serious international diplomatic backlash and resources in Europe in a bid to deal a devastating blow to the organized opposition. For the first time in its history, a regime diplomat in Tehran’s embassy in Austria has been caught red- handed directing a bombing operation on European soil, i.e., at a major opposition rally in Paris on June 30, 2018.

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