The June 7 ISIS terrorist attacks in Tehran have definitively exposed the Trump/Jewish lobby’s claims about Iran’s supposed support for the Islamist extremists as shameful lies designed to incite war against that nation.
A bomb detonates in central Tehran, June 7.
The attacks, which have hardly generated any news in the West’s controlled media, saw two separate groups attack the mausoleum of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini. One terrorist blew himself up, another was killed by the security forces, and a third, a woman, was arrested.
At the same time, three other terrorists entered the Majles [parliament] building and took several people hostage, but were eventually killed by security forces.
The attacks killed at least 12 people and injured more than 40. ISIS officially took responsibility for the attacks, and announced that they planned further such incidents, most likely in retaliation for Iran’s support of the Syrian government’s war against the terrorist forces.
Smoke rises from the Tehran parliament building during the ISIS attack.
These attacks took place only two weeks after US President Donald Trump visited Saudi Arabia—the main supporter of ISIS in the Middle East and the state financing the building of mosques in Europe to aid the nonwhite invasion of that continent.
During his cordial visit with the Saudis, Trump declared to the “Arab Islamic American Summit” that from “Lebanon to Iraq to Yemen, Iran funds, arms, and trains terrorists, militias, and other extremist groups that spread destruction and chaos across the region,” and that “for decades, Iran has fueled the fires of sectarian conflict and terror.”
Trump went on to say that “Iran’s most tragic and destabilizing interventions have been in Syria”—even though Iran has actually put troops on the ground to fight ISIS, which Trump claims to oppose.
Hypocritically, Trump went on to declare that “Responsible nations must work together to end the humanitarian crisis in Syria, eradicate ISIS, and restore stability to the region.”
Trump was of course, just mindlessly repeating what the right-wing Jewish lobby had told him to say, and quite literally everything he said about Iran was a lie.
In fact, without Iran’s help, Iraq’s capital city Baghdad would most certainly have fallen to ISIS in June 2014. At the time, Iraq’s “army” was fleeing in disarray, and only the physical intervention of a special forces unit of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards known as the “Quds Force” halted the ISIS advance.
Furthermore, the war in Iraq and Syria—the two conflicts which have caused the most disruption in the Middle East—were not instigated by Iran, but by America, acting on the orders of the Jewish lobby to “protect” Israel.
Indeed, even former US Vice President Joe Biden openly admitted in October 2014 that ISIS in Syria was being supported by Saudi Arabia and its allies: Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Turkey, and Jordan.
One of Hilary Clinton’s infamous leaked emails revealed a US State Department memo which specifically admitted that the US government knew all along that its “ally” Saudi Arabia was funding ISIS.
At the same time that Iran has troops on the ground fighting ISIS, Israel supports the Jabhat al-Nusra, the al-Qaeda Syrian branch, by treating their wounded fighters in Israel and returning them to the war.
Trump’s team is equally under the sway of this Jewish lobby. Defense Secretary James “mad dog” Mattis is on record as claiming that “Iran is not an enemy of ISIS [Daesh]; they have a lot to gain from the turmoil that ISIS creates,” and, “What is the one country in the Middle East that has not been attacked by ISIS? One. That is Iran. That is more than happenstance, I’m sure.”
Once again, the facts are completely different: the only nation that has not been attacked by ISIS is Israel.
On June 18, 2017, one of top Israeli hasbara (propaganda) outlets, Wall Street Journal, admitted the fact that Israel had been funding the ISIS terrorists in Syria for years.
Online Fraud: US Commodity Commission Targets Israeli Companies
At least 40 percent—and most likely many more—of the 110 companies listed by the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s (CFTC) as dangerous fraudsters are based in Israel, meaning that the Jewish state has maintained its role as the world’s online fraud center.
Tel Aviv skyline: The world’s online fraud capital.
According to a CFTC press release, another 71 companies have been added to its “Registration Deficient (RED) List” which is a compilation of “foreign entities that illegally solicit U.S. residents to trade binary options and forex.”
According to the Jerusalem-based Times of Israel, at least 15 of these new additions are “Israel-based companies,” but it is likely that “as many as 30 operate from Israel,” the paper said.
“Last June, when there were only 40 companies on the list, the Times of Israel reported that more than one-third of these were Israeli,” that report continued.
“Despite widespread media exposure in the last year, and calls from foreign governments to shut the industry down, most Israel-based fraudulent binary options and forex firms continue to operate with impunity,” the Times of Israel added.
However, it is likely that even more than just the 15 or 30 companies so identified as such are Israeli, because, as the Times of Israel went on to point out, “such companies go to considerable lengths to hide the true identities of their owners—often using nominee directors as fronts,” and it “is not an easy task to determine whether they operate from Israel.”
The binary options “industry” earns at least $10 billion a year from swindling online investors through rigging the trading platforms.
The practice is illegal in Israel—in that the companies are not allowed to sell to Jews in that country—but the Jewish state is quite happy to see its citizens, employed by the thousands in Tel Aviv’s financial district, swindle non-Jews around the globe through their “binary options” websites.
The Times of Israel last year revealed that a “large proportion of binary options fraud and some forex fraud as well emanates from call centers in Israel,” employs “thousands of Israelis,” and has been “operating for 10 years in Israel with little to no intervention on the part of Israeli law enforcement.”
“Fraudulent firms use a variety of ruses to trick clients all over the world, who believe they are making potentially lucrative short-term investments, into parting with their funds. Almost all customers lose all or almost all of their money,” the report added.
The publicity afforded to the swindle by the Times of Israel—which once described the scandal as “An Israeli scam that has to be stopped” because it was “giving Israel a bad name,” has caused the Israeli government to start considering acting against the “industry.”
As a result, the Times of Israel reported, “many Israeli binary options companies have been moving all or part of their operations to places like Bulgaria, Ukraine and Georgia” and Israeli job boards feature numerous ads asking Jews who work as binary options salespeople to be prepared to relocate abroad.
The Times of Israel added that “Israel banned all Israeli binary firms from targeting Israelis in spring 2016, and it is possible that Israeli media indifference to the fraudulent industry stems from the fact that it is foreigners, rather than Israelis, who are the principal victims of the Israeli scammers.”