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Iranian Alert - September 25 - 4000+ IRGC, Al Quds Corps and the Intelligence Ministry in Iraq
Regime Change Iran ^ | 9.25.2005 | DoctorZin

Posted on 09/26/2005 4:01:19 AM PDT by DoctorZIn

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More than 4000 of the Iranian National Guard, Al Quds Corps and the Intelligence Ministry are in Iraq

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More than 4000 of the Iranian National Guard, Al Quds Corps and the Intelligence Ministry are in Iraq

• During the past three years, Iran has been the major player in Iraq for several reasons. Everyone is speaking about the Iranian interference in Iraq and the spread of Iranian intelligence agents and the Guard elements intensively in the south, symbolically in the north and secretly in Baghdad.

A) According to some documents, in addition to the statements of colonel Ismael, a leader of Al Quds Corps, who fled from Iran and Al Sharq Al Awsat has previously published an interview with him, Major Yasser, from the Guard intelligence, and a top official from the office of the Supreme Guide Khamenei, who requested anonymity, 3000-4000 men from the Guard and Al Quds Corps and the intelligence ministry have been sent to Iraq since the fall of Saddam Hussein, within approximately 14 thousand men from Badr Corps, Iraqi volunteers in Al Baseej and the sons of Iranian families deported from Iraq, who have not only received military training but also in all fields of life, such as reciting religious songs, presenting radio and TV programs, using newspapers, and running Husainias, bookstores, restaurants, and networks for distributing oil, meat and drugs.

B) The Iranian intelligence has purchased and rented more than 5000 homes, apartments, stores, warehouses, bookstores, mosques, restaurants, gas stations, etc, in Al Basra, Al Diwaneya, Al Kufa, Al Najaf, Karbala, Al Kazimiyah and Baghdad, for residence and employment places for its intelligence elements, Badr comrades, and a group of Al Da'wa, which is opposing Dr. Ibrahim Al Ja'fari.

C) Upon encouragement and support on behalf of the office of the Supreme Guide and the Islamic Propaganda Organization (Sazeman-e Tablighat-e Islami), more than 2000 Iranian, Afghani and Pakistani students and clergymen (among the students in Qum's Hawza with scholarships on behalf of the Supreme Guide office) headed to Al Najaf and Karbala during the past two years. Two thirds of them are students and clergymen linked to the Iranian intelligence.

D) Ayatollah Khamenei has appointed representatives and agents in the holy Shiite cities. They pay monthly salaries to more than 7000 students and teachers to bring them and make them utter the pledge of allegiance for Khamenei as the leader of the nation and the deputy of Al Mahdi, the Imam who will appear at the end of time. While the top Najaf scholars, such as the Supreme reference Al Sayyid Ali Al Sestani, Al Sayyid Sa'ed Al Hakam, Al Fayyadh, and others, can not afford paying more than $20-80 a month to students and teachers, working at their educational Hawzas, students who are following the approach of the Iranian Supreme Guide receive $ 50-100 a month, while the teachers' salaries are $200-500. According to a document that we viewed, $30-40 million are transferred to Khamenei's representatives and agents in Iraq every month. A part of this sum is designated for payments to people other than students and teachers, including the Shiite clergymen involved in the regime.

E) Within the same context, a group of supporters of the Supreme Guide and elements that previously resided in Iran at the expense of the Guard and its intelligence, or the ruling jurist and his office, have been sent in an attempt to hold key positions in the Iraqi government. The Iranian leadership views them as troy horse of the empire of the Shiite jurist ruler. This is another element that reinforces the conviction of many Iraqis and non-Iraqis that the Iranian regime has a well-studied plan for getting Iraq, even without Kurdistan, under its control, immediately after the departure of the American and British soldiers.

F) There is also an Iranian presence in Kurdistan through thousands of Iranian Kurds, including leaders and elements of the opposing Kurdish democratic party, the opposing Kumala Communist Party, and the Kurdish students, scholars and workers, who are residing in the Kurdish semi-state in search for security from the oppression of the regime, or education in their mother tongue, or working to support their families. The Iranian presence also exists through the Kurdish and Persian cultural and popular delegations visiting Kurdistan, among which the system plants some intelligence elements. Three months ago, a delegation consisting of Iranian singers and artists visited Iraqi Kurdistan, where they held huge concerts. Nevertheless, an intelligence element among them, managed to add poison to the tea of Dr. Serdar Jaff, the son the late Dawood Jaff, the leader of the Kurdish Jaff clan, who fled to Iran with his family after the coup d'état by Abdel kareem Qasem in 1985. His children studied in Iran. The oldest son has become a companion of the Shah, while his second son was elected as an MP for the city of Bawa. After the revolution, Salar was executed upon the orders of Al Khomeini, while Sardar returned with his fortune and Jaff's children have returned to Iraq with their families. Sardar Jaff was a consultant for Dr. Shabour Bekhtiyar, the leader of the national resistance movement, who has been assassinated on behalf of the agents of the Guard in France, by the beginning of the 90s of last century. The activities of Serdar Jaff, and his links with the Iranian resistance, in addition to his influence among the Kurds, were among the factors that made his liquidation a top priority for the Guard. He was finally murdered by adding poison into the cup of tea that he drank during the concert of the Iranian artists.

Iran is also present in Kurdistan through the official Guard intelligence offices in Al Sulaimaniyah and the unofficial offices in Erbil. There is a type of 'gentleman' understanding between the Guard intelligence and the Kurdish authorities in al Sulaimaniyah and Erbil that the Iranian party shall not interfere in Kurdish affairs or chase the opposing Kurds and Iranians in Iraqi Kurdistan, in return for the Kurdish authorities prohibition of establishing armed activities on behalf of the Iranian Kurds against the regime in Iran, through the lands of Iraqi Kurdistan.

Al Sharq Al Awsat

  • Iran Press News reported that Al Arabiya Television in a report announced: Ahmadinejad has demanded that the authorities of the previous team of nuclear negotiators of the regime, headed by Mullah Hasan Rowhani be prosecuted.
  • Iran Press News reported that activist & political prisoner, Arjang Davoodi is to be exiled to Bandar-Abbass prison,
  • Iran Press News reported a leading Iranian newspaper saying: Referral of the regime's dossier to the U.N. Security Council will take place with a delay and that way, our 'trigger mechanism' will become operational.
  • Iran Press News reported that more than 1600 workers and retirees from the city of Qazveen's thread company gathered in front of the gates of the factory to protest non-receipt of their wages.
  • Iran Press News reported that the regime's representative at the Islamic Parliamentary Assembly said: The British are in the process of putting other operations in action to weaken the Islamic Republic of Iran however what they don't seem to comprehend is that they cannot do a damn thing.
  • Iran Press News reported that the Austrian Newspaper, DER STANDARD, thinks a showdown between the European Union and Tehran's regime is inevitable.
  • Amir Taheri, The NY Post thinks that Ilan Berman new book was so well written that it is as if Berman already knew what was going on in the minds of the new ruling elite in Tehran..
  • News Max reported that the Bush administration said the United Nations Security Council must review Iran's nuclear record.
  • The Sunday Herald reported that Iran’s quest to become a nuclear power may involve the Balkan mafias, after security sources discovered potentially lethal nuclear enrichment material in the region.
  • Jim Hoagland, The Washington Post argued that North Korea and Iran are getting aid from unexpected allies in the international negotiations over their illicit nuclear weapons programs. Meet the new superpowers of diplomacy: Katrina and Rita.
  • Iranian blogger, Mehdrad Sheibani, Rooz Online reported that Iranian parliament member from Tabriz cleric Mohammad Reza Mir-Tajeddini said That Britain is leading this effort, makes it even more suspect in our eyes, because it follows the US, while both have been the long-time enemies of the Iranian people.”
  • Iranian blogger, Arash Motamed, Rooz Online reported that Iran was hoping that Russia, China or India who has appeared sympathetic to Iran’s position and reasoning, would stop the resolution from passage.
  • Iranian blogger, Masoud Behnoud, Rooz Online reported that The Iranian nuclear issue is getting more complex and that Iranian rulers cannot live without creating a crisis.
  • Shirin Ebadi, Rooz Online argues that Iranian women deserve better laws!
  • Yahoo News reported that Canada's Foreign Minister Pierre Pettigrew launched a new warning to the Iranian government not to try to produce enriched uranium.
  • IAEA released the text of the resolution of the IAEA Board of Governors on Iran.
  • VOA News reported that Iran is calling an international resolution on its nuclear program politically motivated and illegal.
  • The Times of India reported the overt and transparent shift in alignment in support of the U.S. regarding Iran's nuclear program.
  • The New York Times reported that a Western diplomat said: The fact that Peru, Singapore, Ghana, India and Ecuador voted to support this resolution undercuts Iran's argument that this is purely Western political pressure.
  • Louis Charbonneau, Reuters reported background information on the UN Nuclear Watchdog meeting on Iran.
  • Islamic Republic News Agency reported that Iran's Minister of Economic Affairs and Finance Davoud Danesh-Jaafari and his Chinese counterpart in a meeting on Sunday examined ways of bolstering economic collaboration.
  • And finally, Iranian Student News Agency published photos of American Muslim Woman in Tehran.

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1 posted on 09/26/2005 4:01:27 AM PDT by DoctorZIn
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2 posted on 09/26/2005 4:02:49 AM PDT by DoctorZIn (Until they are Free, "We shall all be Iranians!")
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To: DoctorZIn

These Iranian dogs of the Shaitan Khamenei, must
be hunted down and killed like the diseased curs
that they are.

3 posted on 09/26/2005 4:14:45 AM PDT by NickatNite2003
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To: NickatNite2003

Death to Iran!

4 posted on 09/26/2005 4:22:36 AM PDT by NickatNite2003
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To: DoctorZIn
The President is sadly mistaken if he thinks by allowing a constitution which mandates ISLAM as the official religion, which mandates that NO LAW SHALL CONTRADICT ISLAM, that mandates that a bunch of mullahs will oversea the Iraqi Supreme Court (Article 89)...

Article (89): The Supreme Judiciary Council will exercise the following powers:

1st - administering and supervising the federal judiciary system.
2nd - nominating the head and members of the Supreme Federal Court and presenting their names to parliament for endorsement.
3rd - nominating the head of the Federal Cassation Court, the chief prosecutor and the head of the Judiciary Inspection Department, and presenting them to parliament for approval.
4th - proposing the annual budget for the federal judiciary system and presenting it to parliament for approval.

AND A NEW PM that says.....
....Iraq's Prime Minister is Ibrahim al-Jaafari....
Asked if his government would institute Islamic Shari'a law, al-Jaafari replied: "Yes … that is only natural in a country that is populated mainly by Muslims."

"This is a new chapter in relations with Iraq," enthused Iranian Vice President Mohammad Reza Aref during al-Jaafari's visit. Agha Panayi, an Iranian intelligence official, has offered a similarly enthusiastic assessment:>>>>>>>>>>>>>> "Throughout Iraq, the people we supported are in power."<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

... If the President thinks these things will bring democracy to Iraq, then he must really believe that Islam is a religion of Peace - in which case - all is for naught.
Fighting for Freedom is a high calling worth the ultimate sacrifice... Fighting to build and protect another Islamist Shiite Oil Rich Infidel hating Iranian type country is ultimately worse than suicide.
5 posted on 09/26/2005 4:30:59 AM PDT by TomasUSMC (FIGHT LIKE WW2, FINISH LIKE WW2. FIGHT LIKE NAM, FINISH LIKE NAM.)
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To: DoctorZIn

This is why we can't just leave Iraq.
Anyone with a problem about why we went there in the first place, needs to get over it, and realize that leaving now would result in replacing Saddam with Khamenie.

6 posted on 09/26/2005 4:45:37 AM PDT by nuconvert (No More Axis of Evil by Christmas ! TLR) [there's a lot of bad people in the pistachio business])
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To: nuconvert
Anyone with a problem about why we went there in the first place, needs to get over it...


Soon there must be a campaign to advise U.S. citizens and those of Iraq that the threat of Iran is real and that we are not leaving. A pullout from Iraq would be a disaster and a waste of all our troops have accomplished.

The Arab world will scream, but they hate us no matter what we do.

7 posted on 09/26/2005 5:01:36 AM PDT by Dark Skies ("The only way to find yourself is in the fires of sorrow." -- Oswald Chambers)
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To: DoctorZIn
Is Iran is trying to take a portion of Iraq, divide the country, then blame it on Bush?

If the Mullahs get Iraq's oil to shore up their power, does it doom the democracy movement?

8 posted on 09/26/2005 7:18:54 AM PDT by GOPJ (When incentives are switched, patterns change. Until then, it's same old, same old.)
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To: NickatNite2003

An idea whose time has come. Persia needs to be free of the mullahs and their minions.

9 posted on 09/26/2005 7:33:01 AM PDT by sheik yerbouty ( Make America and the world a jihad free zone!)
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To: NickatNite2003

You mean The Regime?

10 posted on 09/26/2005 8:34:07 AM PDT by F14 Pilot (Democracy is a process not a product)
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To: F14 Pilot

Of course! :-)

Death to the Islamic Republic!

11 posted on 09/26/2005 8:49:00 AM PDT by NickatNite2003
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To: NickatNite2003

good good

12 posted on 09/26/2005 9:00:17 AM PDT by F14 Pilot (Democracy is a process not a product)
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I would assume they don't want to exactly destroy Iraq as a 'lesson to Bush', but they sure as hell want to control it, even if by some shadowy 5th column both in Gov't and in general places of influence.

I'd think at this point they are content to 'bide their time' and keep things peaceful while they set up shop. And the Brits made it VERY clear from early on, that if they kept their head down, they would be left alone.

13 posted on 09/26/2005 3:42:31 PM PDT by FreedomNeocon (I'm in no Al-Samood for this Sheiite.)
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To: DoctorZIn
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14 posted on 09/27/2005 12:06:22 AM PDT by DoctorZIn (Until they are Free, "We shall all be Iranians!")
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