On Tuesday, Islamic Republic’s intelligence ministry announced that it has busted a major Israeli network of terrorism and sabotage being operated from neighboring Azerbaijan. The statement claimed arrest of several terrorists trained in anti-Iran foreign countries and seizer of a large amount of explosives, automatic weapons, silencers, military and telecommunication equipment and terrorist tools after a tough gun battle with the terrorists.
Earlier this month, the Jewish Pulitzer-Prize winning investigative reporter for The New Yorker magazine, Seymour Hersh had revealed that the US Joint Special Operations Command had been training members of Iranian terrorist organization Mujahideen-e-Khalq (MEK) since 2005 inside state of Nevada. Ironically, MEK is listed as a ‘terrorist group’ by the US State Department since 1997.
Last month, US Treasury Department issued subpoenas into an investigation against over three dozen former US high ranking government and military officials for accepting large sum of money in return for lobbying for an anti-Tehran government terrorist militant group, the Mujahideen-e-Khalq (MEK). A large number of these scums happened to be Jewish with loyalty to Israel, such as, former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell, Vermont Governor Howard Dean, CNN’s resident terror expert Frances Townsend, former US Attorney General, Michael Mukasey and John Bolton.
US and Israel share a long anti-Islam and anti-Iran cooperation with Azerbaijan’s communist-nationalist ruling class. The US, NATO and Israel have been using Azerbaijan as a launching pad for their intelligence, terrorism and military activities against Azerbaijan’s Muslim neighbors. Azerbaijan has a powerful Jewish minority with links to their Azeri relatives settled in the US, Israel and Britain after the fall of communist USSR. Azerbaijan’s strategic location and its large oil reserves work like magnet for oil-thirsty Israel.
CIA, Mossad and MI5 have been involved in covert terrorist activities in Iran since the 1979 Islamic Revolution. The MEK carried its first major terrorist attack on parliament building on August 30, 1981, killing 72 lawmakers including country’s president Mohammad Ali Rajai and prime minister Mohammad Javad Bahonar.
In 2007, The Sunday Telegraph had reported that CIA was providing funding and arms to Iran’s terrorist group, Jundallah, to destablize both Iran and Pakistan. In October 2009, Abdolmalek Rigi, the captured leader of Jundallah confessed on Iranian TV that he was promised unlimited Washington’s military support and bases in Iran’s bordering countries to wage terrorist attack against Islamic Iran as the Obama administration doesn’t believe in the success of a military action to bring in a pro-US regime-change in Tehran.
Since Dr. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was elected President of Islamic Republic in 2005 – the western covert operations and open war threats against Iran has increased due to Israeli fear of an emerging pro-Palestinian regional power along its borders. Tehran has been able to establish a significant political and economic influence in Iraq, Lebanon, Syria, Gaza and to some extent in Turkey and Egypt during the last few years. This has posed a great challenge to the US-Israel domination of the Muslim EAST.
To counter Iran’s rising political and military muscles under Ahmadinejad’s administration - CIA-Mossad-MI6 have been using drones for surveillance and covert terrorist operations inside Iran using MEK, Iranian Kurds and anti-Islam pro-royalist and communist groups. These groups have carried out anti-regime protests (Green movement), blowing up gas pipelines and assassinations of Iran’s nuclear scientists, military personnel and political figures.
On December 4, 2011 – Iranian Army’s electronic warfare unit announced that it had downed a US-built RQ-170 Sentinel stealth aircraft after it crossed into Iran’s airspace from neighboring US-NATO military base in neighboring Afghanistan.
The latest bust shows that Iranian intelligence has been able to out-smart CIA-Mossad-MI6 gansters. Last year, several CIA and Mossad espionage cells were busted in Iran, Lebanon and Egypt.