This just in from a student inside of Iran...
I have just got a report from a German based Persian Language website http://www.iran-emrooz.de
discussing the role of the terrorist Mullahs of Iran in the recent Iraq unrests. The original article was also published in Al-Hayyat Arabic paper.
I am going to translate some of it here for the readers of your thread;
The Mullahs were fast to recognize interim governing council of Iraq but that doesn't mean they wanted to help Iraqis and the coalition forces.
Their favorite in Iraq is to see the quick defeat of the USA and stop rebuilding a country.
There is nothing more dangerous than victory of the US to the Mad Mullahs of Tehran and that is why they try their best to increase the casualties of the coalition forces in Iraq.
And the latest blocking of the border crossing points and decrease the number of the points from 19 to 3 shows that the US officials and Iraqi security services know better than all of us about the role of Iran in Iraq.
This website adds, American founds evidences about the role of the Iranian Charge D' Affair in Iraqi Capital.
This man, named Hossein Kazemi, is not just a diplomat. He is a former IRGC Intel officer who has personal connections with Lebanese Hizbollah and Palestinian Hamas.
He is the mediator of Hamas and Hizbollah with Moqtada Sadr.
The paper continues that This Iranian former officer will be expelled from Iraq as soon as possible.
Charge D' affair of the Iranian Embassy in Baghdad is also responsible for the attacks on US forces in Falujah in the past days.
He organizes a mission named "Sword" to prepare safe houses and weapons for foreign and internal terrorists inside Iraq.
Iran has already given $ 49 milion to Sadr and his deputies to increase their power in more than 800 mosques and some poor shiite regions.
The evidences of the aboved events are in hands of Kurdish forces and they handed these documents to American authorities in Baghdad.
Iran hasn't yet said about the arrest of its Charge D'Affair in Baghdad.
We have to wait for more bloodshed in Iraq in the days ahead."