An IRGC colonel reportedly involved in plans to kill Israelis abroad was assassinated Sunday afternoon in Tehran.
Host Bill Roggio is joined by FDD Senior Fellow Behnam Ben Taleblu to discuss America’s inability, or refusal, to understand its enemies and adversaries. In particular: how the Islamic Republic of Iran’s continued brazenness in targeting American security interests — including its latest missile attack in Iraq just days ago — cannot deter the United States from continuing to engage in nuclear negotiations (vis-a-vis the Russians, no less) with the world’s leading state-sponsor of terror.
The IRGC claimed in a statement that it attacked a “Zionist” site in Erbil, Iraq Sunday morning as a response to previous Israeli operations against its interests.
Al-Nasser Salah al-Din Brigades’ spokesperson talks about the support the group receives from Iran, Hezbollah and the IRGC.
Abu Ali Mustafa Brigades’ spokesperson, Abu Jamal, describes the group’s relationship with Iran and the IRGC.
The so-called ‘Islamic Resistance in Iraq,’ a grouping of newly created militias and front groups of Iran, celebrated one year of operations against U.S.-led forces.
Additionally, the U.S. State Department will also designate three of the Houthis’ top leaders as global terrorists.
In Israel’s attempts to thwart the establishment of Iranian-led proxies in southern Syria, it has also targeted Syrian troops in recent weeks.