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Of the incidents last year, the worst involved Iranian forces capturing 10 American sailors and holding them overnight.It became a propaganda coup for Iran's hard-liners, as Iranian state television repeatedly aired footage of the Americans on their knees with their hands on their heads.The Cyclone-class ship fired off the shots after the Iranian vessel came within 150 yards during a tense encounter in the Persian Gulf.Video of the incident captured a sailor discussing the confrontation, which took place during a training exercise, and then the moment the US ship fired.The Kurdish news site Rudaw reports that a member of Iran's Expediency Council, Ali Akbar Velayati, has claimed that "Iran has no role" in assisting the Iraqi government's takeover in Kirkuk. Tillerson's comment comes as representatives of the Christian community in Iraq and human rights activists have voiced concern about how Iranian presence in towns once populated by Christians before the Islamic State displaced hundreds of thousands of people from their homes in the Nineveh region in 2014 is intimidating Christians and preventing them from returning to their rightful homes.Nina Shea, a human rights lawyer who once served on the U. Commission on International Religious Freedom and now serves as the director of Hudson Institute's Center for Religious Freedom, told The Christian Post last month that the U. government should not take lightly the fact that "Iran is aggressively establishing schools and mosques and libraries and other structures within the main Christian towns.""What Iran does is give money to the Shiite majority and they buy the Christian's land," she added.The full video is available on Gharibi's Telegram channel.
"The foreign fighters in Iraq need to go home and allow the Iraqi people to regain control."Tillerson is in Riyadh to meet with Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and King Salman of Saudi Arabia to discuss cooperation in the region and to discuss the Iranian influence in Iraq.It did not respond to any signals, they did not respond to any bridge-to-bridge calls, they felt there was no choice except to fire the warning shots,' the defense official said.The Iranian boat then went 'dead in the water' after the shots and the vessels all left the area.However, as more Iranian troops and Revolutionary Guard commanders have been killed, it has become more common for Iranian media to discuss the country's role in the Syrian war.Over the years, Iran has been a key ally for Assad's government and has provided it with financial and military backing.