Bipartisan Resolution Condemns Iran Terror Plots; Iranian Cleric Claims Covid-19 Vaccine Turns People Gay; Inflammatory Website Likely Created by Iranian Hackers; 11 Iranians Arrested Crossing U.S.-Mexico Border

A bipartisan resolution signed by more than 100 House lawmakers condemns Iran’s terror plots and expresses support for a democratic, secular Iran. The resolution condemns past and present Iranian-sponsored terror attacks against U.S. citizens and Iranian dissidents. It calls on other countries to stop Iran’s “malign activities.” The resolution includes Democratic and Republican supporters. Reported by Fox News. Read more…

An Iranian cleric, Ayatollah Abbas Tabrizian, claims those who have received the Covid-19 vaccine “have become homosexuals.” Writing to his nearly 210,000 followers on the social media app Telegram, Tabrizian warned his followers to not go near those who have been vaccinated. Tabrizian has a history of promoting false information about Western medicine. Reported by The Jerusalem Post. Read more…

An inflammatory website called “Enemies of the People” was likely created by Iranian hackers, says the FBI. The website contains death threats directed at U.S. election officials. The FBI says the website’s intent is to “create fear, division, and mistrust in the United States and undermine public confidence in the US electoral process.” Reported by Fox News. Read more…

U.S. Border Patrol agents in Yuma, Arizona, arrested 11 Iranian citizens, six males and five females, who entered the country across Mexico’s border. In recent years, Yuma agents have arrested more Iranian citizens illegally crossing the border at Yuma than at any other point along the border. Reported by Fox News. Read more…