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With lure of religious classes, Iran seeks to recruit Latin Americans
Washington Post ^
Posted on 08/11/2013 5:50:42 AM PDT by nuconvert
The Mexican law student was surprised by how easy it was to get into Iran two years ago. By merely asking questions about Islam at a party, he managed to pique the interest of Irans top diplomat in Mexico. Months later, he had a plane ticket and a scholarship to a mysterious school in Iran as a guest of the Islamic Republic.
Next came the start of classes and a second surprise: There were dozens of others just like him.
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TOPICS: Editorial; Foreign Affairs; Mexico; News/Current Events; War on Terror
KEYWORDS: iran; islam; latinamerica; mexico; rabbani; regime; waronterror
posted on 08/11/2013 5:50:42 AM PDT
Iran sees the vacuum of American non interest.
posted on 08/11/2013 5:55:41 AM PDT
by Eric in the Ozarks
("Say Not the Struggle Naught Availeth.")
Maybe Iran’s planning on infiltrating millions of Iranians into the US. These kids teach them how to ‘pass’ as South Americans... Notice the ‘teacher’ speaks perfect Spanish...
posted on 08/11/2013 5:58:55 AM PDT
(Sob stories make bad law...)
The communists wrote the book on that. Latin America has been a cesspool of that for decades.
“Iran has more than doubled the number of embassies in Latin America since 2005 from five to 11 while building 17 cultural centers and numerous mosques throughout the region. Its HispanTV network beams daily into millions of Spanish-speaking households,...”
posted on 08/11/2013 6:03:13 AM PDT
( Khomeini promised change too // Hail, Chairman O)
Hey this works.
This is how the Saudis put a Muslim in the White House.
posted on 08/11/2013 6:20:46 AM PDT
( cowardice posturing as tolerance =political correctness)
Now what possible long term strategic use could there be for the Muslims to own a Mexican Muslim lawyer?
posted on 08/11/2013 8:12:52 AM PDT
(It is the nature of liberals to pervert whatever they touch.)
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