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Ahmadinejad: The Assassin and Terrorist at large…

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posted on Jun, 27 2005 @ 08:57 AM
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It appears that Iran’s new “President” has quite a past, including arranging and planning “extra territorial operations” (read: terrorism and assassinations). Iran’s future is looking grim, already a blatant state sponsor of terrorism, safe haven for on the run terrorists (Bin Laden?), radical and extremely anti western, and rapidly developing nuclear weapons. Now with a planted Khomeini puppet President to complete the circle, Iran is a world threat.

Iran clearly cannot take over the world or beat the west, but they sure are becoming capable to making a real mess of things. Let’s hope for Iranian revolution before it’s to late.

www.iranfocus.com...

“…In 1986, Ahmadinejad became a senior officer in the Special Brigade of the Revolutionary Guards and was stationed in Ramazan Garrison near Kermanshah in western Iran. Ramazan Garrison was the headquarters of the Revolutionary Guards’ “extra-territorial operations”, a euphemism for terrorist attacks beyond Iran’s borders.

In Kermanshah, Ahmadinejad became involved in the clerical regime’s terrorist operations abroad and led many “extra-territorial operations of the IRGC”. With the formation of the elite Qods (Jerusalem) Force of the IRGC, Ahmadinejad became one of its senior commanders. He was the mastermind of a series of assassinations in the Middle East and Europe, including the assassination of Iranian Kurdish leader Abdorrahman Qassemlou, who was shot dead by senior officers of the Revolutionary Guards in a Vienna flat in July 1989. Ahmadinejad was a key planner of the attack, according to sources in the Revolutionary Guards…”

The article concludes with:

“…Ahmadinejad’s record is typical of the men chosen by Khamenei’s entourage to put a new face on the clerical elite’s ultra-conservative identity. But beyond the shallow façade, few doubt that the Islamic Republic under its new President will move with greater speed and determination along the path of radical policies that include more human rights abuses, continuing sponsorship of terrorism, and the drive to obtain nuclear weapons….”

Lets hope the Security Council grows a spine and takes care of this if Iran doeant change its tune and fast.



[edit on 27-6-2005 by skippytjc]




posted on Jun, 27 2005 @ 09:10 AM
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the demonising of Iran by Americans is starting to take ridicoulous prorpotions, it's so goddamn hypocritic. How come America en Isreal are allowed nuclear power ?

IF Iran is a thread to the world, then SO is the US and for that matter any other country with nuclear abilities!

Oh i rephrased your statement:
America clearly cannot take over the world or beat the east, But they sure are becoming capable to making a real mess of things. Let’s hope for an American revolution before it’s to late.



posted on Jun, 29 2005 @ 12:29 PM
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Again, I am ahead of the times. I created this thread days ago about this, and of course today all of a sudden this is "breaking" news.

Here is an imagage of Irans new President actualy WITH an American hostage:





Its funny, all the poeple that think the USA is just rattling sabers and making up stuff about Iran. But, all of it is true. Iran should have been the country that the USA toppled, not Iraq.

[edit on 29-6-2005 by skippytjc]



posted on Jun, 30 2005 @ 07:05 AM
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Some of the original hotages are coming out and comfirming this report:

www.cnn.com...


"SAVANNAH, Georgia (AP) -- A quarter-century after they were taken captive in Iran, five former American hostages say they got an unexpected reminder of their 444-day ordeal in the bearded face of Iran's new president-elect.

Watching coverage of Iran's presidential election on television dredged up 25-year-old memories that prompted four of the former hostages to exchange e-mails.

And those four realized they shared the same conclusion -- the firm belief that President-elect Mahmoud Ahmadinejad had been one of their Iranian captors.

"This is the guy. There's no question about it," said former hostage Chuck Scott, a retired Army colonel who lives in Jonesboro, Georgia..."


Wow, the new president of Iran is one of the people that started the revolution agaisnt the west 25 years ago when he stormed the US embassy and took all hostage for 444 days.

Iran is on the fast track to war people. This seals it. If this isnt a message to the west I dont know what is. I just hope the Iranian public comes to thier senses soon before the world knocks some into them.



posted on Jun, 30 2005 @ 07:32 AM
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ts funny, all the poeple that think the USA is just rattling sabers and making up stuff about Iran. But, all of it is true. Iran should have been the country that the USA toppled, not Iraq.


To add some light on this grim situation..

Have we ever considered maybe Bush made a typo? Maybe it was supposed to be Iran, but numbnuts hit the q instead of the n... Chugching* warmachine snaps into action



posted on Jul, 1 2005 @ 10:35 AM
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Can somebody if they can please post some pictures of the incident in Iran with the hostages??
Can anybody publish the names of any of the culprits of this event?


I would really appreciate that.


Zurvan


Sep

posted on Jul, 2 2005 @ 09:39 PM
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news.webindia123.com...

State Dept.: Photo not Iran's president:-
The State Department has concluded that Iran's president-elect is not the student militant seen in a photograph from the 1979 takeover of the U.S. embassy.

A department official told the Los Angeles Times analysts found differences in bone structure and facial features between the bearded radical of 1979 and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the conservative mayor of Tehran who won an upset victory in the recent election.


[edit on 2-7-2005 by Sep]



posted on Jul, 2 2005 @ 09:56 PM
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What amazing hypocrisy!

You want to force democracy on nations in the middle east, then complain when the results come in from that election.

You may not like the person the Iranians elected. However that is not either yours or my choice to make.

What if, by some freak incident Saddam is freed in Iraq, and then was able to run in the Presidential election and win?



posted on Jul, 6 2005 @ 07:05 AM
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More on this here:




"Austrian authorities have classified documents suggesting that Iran's president-elect may have played a key role in the 1989 execution-style slayings of an Iranian Kurdish leader and two associates in Vienna, a newspaper reported Saturday.
Austria's Interior Ministry and the public prosecutor's office are investigating alleged evidence pointing to Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's possible involvement in the attack, the daily Der Standard reported....

Austrian Green Party leader Peter Pilz told the newspaper he wants a warrant issued for the arrest of Ahmadinejad, who he alleged "stands under strong suspicion of having been involved."

Pilz accused the hard-liner of planning the murders of Kurdish resistance leader Abdul-Rahman Ghassemlou and two of his colleagues, all of whom were shot in the head at a Vienna apartment by Iranian commandos on July 13, 1989. A fourth victim survived the attack and was able to crawl out of the apartment and alert Austrian authorities..."



posted on Jul, 13 2005 @ 05:22 AM
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Originally posted by EvilSockPuppet
What amazing hypocrisy!

You want to force democracy on nations in the middle east, then complain when the results come in from that election.

You may not like the person the Iranians elected. However that is not either yours or my choice to make.

What if, by some freak incident Saddam is freed in Iraq, and then was able to run in the Presidential election and win?



What was held in Iran was a mockery of elections. It was not free elections as most of the candidates were disqualifed. The elections are not free If you only allow for your own people to run and disqualify everyone else! only 43% of qualified voters turned up in elections and out of that he only got 62% of votes. To me that is not the choice of Iranian people. Please don't come back with the argument that it is the same in U.S.!!! at least in U.S candidates don't get disquallifed because they are not extremely religous!!!!

Hang on that kinda sounds funny



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