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 Edging Closer to Nuclear Bomb, Israeli Defense Officials Assess – Report

Israeli defense officials believe Iran hasn’t increased the pace of its nuclear enrichment in recent months, but nevertheless could be just two years from producing an atomic weapon, a report said Sunday.

The Walla news site quoted the unnamed senior officials as saying Jerusalem estimates the Islamic Republic continues to enrich uranium at a…

Iran Prepared to Retaliate if US Stopped Venezuela-Bound Tankers

An Iranian news agency close to the elite Revolutionary Guards said on Saturday that Iran’s naval forces were preparing to target US commercial vessels in the Gulf last month in case US forces interfered with Venezuela-bound Iranian oil tankers.

Iran sent a flotilla of five tankers of fuel to gasoline-starved ally Venezuela in May, and Tehran has…

UN: Arms seized by US, missiles in Saudi Arabia attack ‘of Iranian origin’

Cruise missiles used in several attacks on oil facilities and an international airport in Saudi Arabia last year were of “Iranian origin,” U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres told the Security Council in a report seen by Reuters on Thursday.

Guterres also said several items in U.S. seizures of weapons and related materiel in November 2019 and…

US Sanctions Campaign May Close Iran’s Foreign Antisemitic News Outlets

The American maximum sanctions pressure campaign against the Islamic Republic of Iran may lead to the closure of a number of foreign Iranian news outlets involved in spreading antisemitism and the use of torture against a former Newsweek journalist.

“US ‘maximum pressure’ vs Iran’s dictatorship is a great success. For example, the head of its…

IAEA Expresses Concern Over Iranian Denial of Access to Suspected Nuclear Sites

The International Atomic Energy Agency on Friday called on Iran to immediately provide access to several locations it believes may be related to the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program.

In a report issued to IAEA member states on Friday, the agency detailed suspected activities and materials including ”the possible presence … of natural uranium in…

Iran Builds Another Fake US Aircraft Carrier to Practice Blowing it Up

Spotted off the coast of Iran in recent days is a mock-up of a US Aircraft Carrier. The giant fake ship was seen near Bandar Abbas port, an area where the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps operates, and it is thought to be for training or propaganda. This is one of several such mock-ups Iran has built in the last decade to show off their…

House Republicans Propose ‘Toughest Sanctions’ on Iran

Congressional Republicans on Thursday unveiled a legislative package that includes the “toughest sanctions” to date on Iran.

The Republican Study Committee (RSC), the largest Republican caucus in Congress, released a policy wish list titled the “RSC National Security Strategy: Strengthening America and Countering Global Threats” that calls for…

Iran’s Pre-Deal Deceptions

The Islamic Republic long has been deceitful about its nuclear ambitions, but for years the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has given the regime cover in public. Maybe not anymore.

“The Agency notes with serious concern that, for over four months, Iran has denied access to” two sites in the country, says an IAEA report sent to member…

European Union Rejects US Attempt to Restore UN Sanctions on Iran

European Union Foreign Affairs Minister Josep Borrell said on Tuesday that the United States cannot initiate snapback sanctions at the United Nations against Iran, including extending the world body’s arms embargo on the regime, since the Trump administration withdrew America from the 2015 Iran nuclear deal and is therefore no longer a part of it….

US Announces Return of Sanctions on Iran Regime’s National Maritime Carrier

Iran’s national maritime carrier and its China-based subsidiary came under US sanctions on Monday, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced.

“Today, sanctions against the Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines (IRISL) and its Shanghai-based subsidiary, E-Sail Shipping Company Ltd (E-Sail) have come into effect,” Pompeo said in a statement.



Iran Says it Will Execute Informant Who Led U.S. to Soleimani

Iran announced on Tuesday that it will execute a man convicted of allegedly providing information to the U.S. and Israel about prominent Revolutionary Guard Gen. Qassem Soleimani, who was killed in an American drone strike in Baghdad in January.

Judiciary spokesman Gholamhossein Esmaili offered little information about the convicted man, beyond…

UN Atomic Watchdog Says Iran Now Violating All Restrictions of Nuclear Deal

Iran has continued to increase its stockpiles of enriched uranium and remains in violation of its deal with world powers, the United Nations’ atomic watchdog said Friday.

The International Atomic Energy Agency reported the finding in a confidential document distributed to member countries and seen by The Associated Press.

The agency said that as…

US Says Alaska Man Laundered Nearly $1B for Iran Through UAE

An Alaska man accused of laundering $1 billion held in South Korea for Iran funneled nearly all the money through the United Arab Emirates, U.S. federal court documents released early Thursday show.
The court documents, filed as part of a U.S. asset seizure effort, shed further light on how Kenneth Zong allegedly created fake invoices to help Iran…

Detained US Navy Veteran Freed by Iran as Part of Deal

A U.S. Navy veteran whose family said his only crime was falling in love left Iran on Thursday after nearly two years of detention, winning his freedom as part of a deal that spared an American-Iranian physician any more time behind American bars.
Michael White flew from Tehran to Zurich, where he was met by diplomat Brian Hook, the U.S. special…

Google Warns Trump, Biden Campaigns Targeted by State-Backed Hackers From China, Iran

Foreign state-backed hackers targeted staffers with Donald Trump’s and Joe Biden’s 2020presidential campaigns, Google researchers said Thursday.
According to Google’s threat analysis chief Shane Huntley, the internet giant warned the Biden campaign about “phishing” efforts from China, and the Trump campaign — from Iran.
Phishing attacks normally…

Venezuela’s President Announces Plan to Visit Iran to Sign Agreements

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said on Monday he would visit Iran soon to sign agreements in energy and other sectors.

“I am obliged to go to personally thank the people,” Maduro said in a state TV address, Reuters reported.

This comes after Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Abbas Mousavi said Mondaythat Tehran would continue sending fuel…

Iranian TV Airs Anti-Israel Video Titled ‘COVID 1948’

Iran’s Channel 2 TV aired a video last month titled “COVID-1948,” comparing Israel to the coronavirus.

In the video, which aired on May 22, the narrator says that the world has been shocked that coronavirus has prevented children from going out to play, while Israel has been bombing hospitals and killing children.

It is clear in which “lab”…

Iran Cyberattack on Israel’s Water Supply Could Have Sickened Hundreds – Report

Iran tried to increase chlorine levels in the water flowing to residential areas during April’s cyberattack against Israel’s water systems, a Western intelligence official has told the Financial Times.

The official told the British newspaper in a report published Monday that hundreds of people would have been at risk of getting sick and that the…