Skip to comments.Son of former IRGC commander murdered in Dubai (Iranian born US Citizen)
Posted on 11/13/2011 10:43:59 PM PST by Texas Fossil
Police in Dubai and the Associated Press are trying to claim that Ahmad Rezai's death was a suicide, but even the office of the Supreme Leader today acknowledged that Ahmad Rezai, 35, was murdered in the Gloria Hotel in Dubai today. The initial police report quoted by the AP claims he was found with a slit wrist, but Iranian websites and Rezai's father's Tabnak website say that he was found dead under "suspicious circumstances," apparently electrocuted.
The regime had good cause to murder the younger Rezai, who initially fled to the United States in 1998 and denounced the regime and its ongoing assassination campaign against Iranian dissidents. An American citizen, Ahmad Rezai has a daughter in the United States, and has tried repeatedly to travel to Iran to visit his family, but has been turned back several times and threatened with arrest. According to an unconfirmed report, he was escorted back to Dubai earlier today by two Quds force officers, shortly before he was murdered.
FDI salutes the courage of Ahmad Rezai and will investigate those responsible for his murder and expose them as more information becomes available.
They are very close to having a functional Nuke.
They are making loud noises about Iran & Syria about to destroy the current World Order.
Things are moving again in the Middle East and Obozo is in bed with the Muslim Brotherhood.
Very bad times.
Debka has a different take
So despite the conflicting causes of death in this story, Debka must be wrong... /s
At times Debka is correct. Other times it is not.
Overall most here on FR take Debka with a grain of salt.
My other sources, whom I respect, tell me he was murdered.
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