(Worthy News) – The U.S. State Department recently published an unprecedented report detailing the financial resources Iran invests in destabilizing the Middle East.
The report estimated that over the past six years, the Islamic republic has spent some $16 billion to prop up Syrian President Bashar Assad’s regime and fund Iranian-backed militias across the Arab world.
Assad has so far received about $4.6 billion from Tehran, which also gives its largest regional proxy, Lebanon-based Hezbollah, more than $700 million a year, in addition to supporting other militias in Iraq and the Houthi rebels in Yemen. [ Source: Israel Hayom (Read More…) ]
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