Claude Salhani Editor, Middle East Times is reporting reliable intelligence contacts that are reporting the Qod Forces are training and supplying Iraqi insurgents on the Iraq-Iran border region.
“….information, collected by the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (also known as the Mujahedeen-e-Khalq, or the MeK), was made public by Alireza Jafarzadeh, president of Strategic Policy Consulting, Inc., an outfit based in Washington, D.C. with close ties to the MeK.
According to Jafarzadeh this latest move by Tehran “can only be interpreted as indicating an aggressive buildup, by an aggressive regime with an aggressive agenda.”
Iran’s plan, according to Jafarzadeh, is to expand its terrorist network in Iraq through the deployment of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps’ elite units – the Qods Force.
Considered one of the world’s most dangerous groups operating in the shadows, the Qods (Jerusalem) Force is reported to have established a regional command headquarters in the western Iranian city of Kermanshah. Located along the Iran-Iraq border, the headquarters is divided into three operational directorates: northern, central and southern.”
The article by Mr. Salhani is interesting in its implication. It appears that Iran’s mullahs are throwing caution to the wind and perhaps feel that with the USA presidential election coming up in November, a democrat liberal will win and “make nice” with Iran.
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