Since our inception, CUFI has been opposed to the radical regime in Iran and its vehement hatred of Israel. Iran’s obsession with destroying Israel began in 1979 after the violent Islamic Revolution empowered radical fundamentalists committed to dominating the Middle East. Ever since, Iran’s hatred of Israel and the United States has been the foundation of its foreign policy.

Iran is the world’s leading state sponsor of terrorism. Iran’s proxies, including the terrorist-army Hezbollah, are all over the world. CUFI is committed to countering Iran’s malevolence through sanctions on the Islamic Republic and efforts to disrupt military and financial support of Hezbollah. Furthermore, CUFI supports the Iranian people and those who protest Tehran’s tyranny as they seek regime change from the Islamic Republic’s oppressive government.


Iran Calls Off Executions of Three Protesters Trump Tweeted About

Iran has reportedly suspended the decision to execute three protesters whose cases were part of a global social media campaign that eventually became the subject of a US President Donald Trump tweet. According to reports the sentence was suspended and the lawyer for the protesters has sought a retrial with the Supreme Court. It now looks…


Rare Daytime Rocket Attack Hits Baghdad As Iran Foreign Minister Visits

BAGHDAD — A rare daytime rocket attack hit Baghdad’s Green Zone on Sunday, security sources said, as Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif met top Iraqi officials.

At least two rockets hit outside the US embassy in the high-security zone, they told AFP.

Diplomats based in the neighborhood said they could hear sirens blaring for around an…


Iran Vows To ‘Decisively’ Deal With Anti-Regime, Economy Crisis Protests

Iran promised on Friday to deal “decisively” with further protests over economic hardship, a day after security forces fired teargas to disperse demonstrators in the southwestern city of Behbahan, Reuters reported. 

Iranian police urged people in a statement on Friday to “vigilantly refrain from any gathering that could provide a pretext for the…


Report: At Least 7 Ships Engulfed In Flames In Iran’s Bushehr Port

At least seven ships docked in the Iranian port of Bushehr were seen engulfed by massive fires, local media sources reported on Wednesday.
The reason behind the blaze remains unknown. Authorities have opened a preliminary investigation into the incident.
The fire at the Delvar Shipyard in Bushehr, located in southwestern Iran, comes after a…


Large Fire Breaks Out At Iranian Shipyard

A large fire broke out at an Iranian shipyard in the port city of Bushehr in southeastern Iran on Wednesday shortly after a fire was reported at an aluminum factory in Lamerd in southern Iran.

The fire at the Delvar Shipyard in Bushehr filled the city with thick smoke and firefighters struggled to contain and extinguish the flames. At least three…


Iran Executes Former Defense Staffer Accused Of Selling Secrets To CIA

The Iranian judiciary announced on Tuesday that it had executed a former defense ministry staffer who sold information to the CIA, reported Reuters.

According to the report, based on Iranian news sources, judiciary spokesman Gholamhossein Esmaili said that Reza Asgari had worked for the defense ministry for many years when he developed…


US Military Convoy Attacked in Iraq By Pro-Iranian Militia

A US military convoy was ambushed in southwestern Iraq on Saturday, as gunmen attacked and torched three large trucks carrying equipment and logistical materials for US forces in the country, according to London-based daily Al-Araby Al-Jadeed.

The trucks were traveling from Basra when they were targeted between Diwaniya and Samawah. Gunmen forced…


Iran Sought Illegal Goods For Nuke Program – German Federal Intel

Iran’s regime made efforts to secure illicit goods for its nuclear program, adding new urgency to the crisis surrounding Tehran’s alleged atomic weapons activity, the domestic intelligence service of the Federal Republic of Germany disclosed in its new report on Thursday.

According to the intelligence document reviewed by The Jerusalem Post, “In…


Multiple Explosions Heard West of Tehran, Triggering Sirens, Power Outage

Sirens, power outages reporteafter explosion rocks area west of Tehran, allegedly in IRGC military base

A series of explosions were reported west of Tehran early on Friday, according to media sources.
Iranian state run confirmed reports of an explosion, yet divulged no more information. The Iranian Mehr News Agency also reported explosions in…


Explosions, Power Outages Reported Near Tehran

Explosions were reported west of Tehran on Thursday night, with some initial reports claiming that the explosions occurred at a missile depot belonging to the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC).

According to the Iranian Mehr News Agency, the explosions were reported by social media users west of Tehran and in the cities of Garmdareh and…


Pompeo: US Seized Iranian Weapons on Way to Houthi Rebels in Yemen

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced on Wednesday that US and partner forces seized a boat in June carrying Iranian weapons to Houthi rebels in Yemen as he renewed his call for the UN Security Council to extend an arms embargo on Iran.

“The Security Council must extend the arms embargo on Iran to prevent further conflict in the region,”…


Iranian Regime May be Criminally Liable for Downing of Ukrainian Plane

Iranian authorities allowed commercial flights to fly in and out of Tehran while missiles were being fired, putting civilian lives at risk, as closing the airspace would have revealed the regimes’ intention to strike US military bases in Iraq, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) has heard.

If the allegation is correct, the Iranian regime…


Iran says nuclear program ‘unstoppable,’ warns Israel not to strike

Iran vowed on Tuesday to maintain its nuclear program despite Israel’s alleged efforts to sabotage it, stressing that the recent explosion at the Natanz nuclear enrichment center was not going disrupt its pace.

Iran has recently reactivated key parts of its nuclear program in response to US President Donald Trump’s withdrawal from the 2015…


At Least Two Killed as Blast Rocks Factory South of Tehran

Local media cite Kahrizak district official as saying incident caused by negligent handling of oxygen tanks

At least two people were killed and several more wounded in a blast at a “cutting factory” south of the Iranian capital of Tehran, al-Arabiya reported Tuesday.
The news portal cited a local media outlet based on Telegram, a messenger app…


Iran Vows to Stand by Hamas in Destroying Israel

Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei vowed on Monday to fight with the Palestinians against Israel until the Jewish state’s demise.

In an online letter on Twitter addressing senior Hamas official Ismail Haniyeh in response to the latter’s letter on Israel, the Iranian leader commended the terrorist leader for his actions to thwart…


Iran Claims to Have Built Underground ‘Missile Cities’ on Gulf Coast

A top commander in the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps said Sunday that Iran has built underground “missile cities” all along its southern coast, warning they would be a “nightmare” for Tehran’s enemies.

Rear Admiral Ali Reza Tangsiri, who heads the IRGC Navy, said Iran has also constructed so-called missile cities offshore. He said the sites…


Iran Admits Fire at Natanz Nuclear Site Set Back Its Centrifuge Program

Iran admitted Sunday that its Natanz nuclear facility had incurred “considerable” damage from a mysterious fire last week that ravaged a building at the site, as satellite pictures appeared to show widespread devastation at the sensitive facility.

Iran had sought to downplay the damage from the blaze, though analysts said it had likely destroyed…


IMF is Angling to Undermine US Sanctions Against Iran

When I served as the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, I made it clear that the American people expect the institution to uphold its founding ideals, and to hold irresponsible regimes accountable for their actions. That was badly needed in the cases of Russia, China, Iran, Cuba, and Venezuela, among others.

The same is true with the rest of…