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IRAN'S internal war heats up...

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posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 11:19 AM
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With Iran's parliamentary elections coming up March 2nd, Iran's internal chaos is running rampant.

Could some of their war rhetoric be a planned distraction against the battle within?

It looks like some IRGC military members are turning against Khamenei as well as each other. See link below.

www.pbs.org...

Who's stirring up all this internal chaos? Is Ahmadinejad and his supporters to blame? It looks as though they think they're being blamed.


Three pro-Ahmadinejad websites warned that his opponents are going to implement a sort of "final solution" next month. Akhbar-e Mahramaneh wrote that the "main confrontation" between the supporters and foes of Ahmadinejad is going to begin soon, and that "the future is vague, but historical."



On Friday, January 20, Super Enheraafi [super deviant], another pro-Ahmadinejad website, warned that "special events" would occur in February. It claimed that the president's opponents may try to bring him down either by a Majles impeachment or assassination.


What about the assassination of a Sunni Muslim Cleric last Friday? He apparently was "pro-regime" according to other reports.

www.bloomberg.com...

What about the assassination of the Military Officer last Saturday? By people on motorcycles no less? Could it be internal unrest behind these assassination attempts?

endthelie.com...

What about the long internal battle for control over the world's third largest university in Iran?

Khamenei Sides with Parliament and against Ahmadinejad in Fight over Islamic Azad University (July 8, 2010)

www.insideiran.org...

Did Ahmadinejad find a way to take control last week?


As a result of a quasi-coup, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has finally succeeded in taking control of the Islamic Azad University, Iran's largest university system, one of the largest of its kind in the world. It happened at the end of a meeting of the board of trustees of the university, which Rafsanjani leads. After the former president and his supporters left the meeting, the representatives of Ahmadinejad's camp on the board announced that Farhad Daneshjoo, a brother of the Minister of Science, Research and Technology, which overseas the universities, has been elected by the board as the new president of the university, replacing Rafsanjani's ally Dr. Abdollah Jasbi, who has led the university since its inception in 1982. Rafsanjani said that he will not sign the order for Daneshjoo's appointment, but Daneshjoo has said that he will not back down because the Supreme Council for Cultural Revolution, an extra-constitutional body that control cultural affairs, has confirmed him as the new president of the university.


To what extent are both sides willing to go?

I'm sure we're about to find out!




posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 11:32 AM
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Three pro-Ahmadinejad websites warned that his opponents are going to implement a sort of "final solution" next month. Akhbar-e Mahramaneh wrote that the "main confrontation" between the supporters and foes of Ahmadinejad is going to begin soon, and that "the future is vague, but historical."


I was paying particular attention to the last sentance that stated "the future is vague, but historical". Seems like a bit of foreshadowing to me.



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 12:32 PM
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Perhaps TPTB are planning a "return ticket" for the 1953 coup.

With many frozen assets from the 70's still in the deep freeze as well as all the new sanctions, the money is available, at Iran's expense of course !

The old regimes started in the 600's and has been "on hold" since 1979.

The Shah's eldest son Reza Pahlavi is the Prince Regent, meaning if the Peacock Throne was ever restored he would be the one in line for it.

He has "visions" for the future....

Reza's Visions for Iran

Peacock Throne

History of Iran


Does anyone else see this possibility?

Maybe this is how the West will "earn their return" to Iran

Hmmm.



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 12:52 PM
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Originally posted by xuenchen
The old regimes started in the 600's and has been "on hold" since 1979



In my years at ATS this is the first time I've seen anybody post something in reference to how far back the history of the Shahs go in Iranian/Persian history.




As far as Operation Ajax?
The US/West are guilty as charged.

Now on to the topic of this thread.

Iran's elections will be volatile. That goes without saying. I'll sit on the sidelines this time around and watch the mudslinging as all sides make claims and counter claims all the while knowing the Iranians will eventually figure things out for themselves.

In 1979 they rightfully overthrew a brutal regime. They are more than capable of doing that very same thing again.


[The Persians are anything but feeble minded]
Stay tuned.



posted on Feb, 3 2012 @ 08:27 AM
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While Ahmadinejad supporters paint Khamenei as the most unpopular and hated man in Iran...


This predicament leads a professor of contemporary Iranian history to observe that Khamenei now faces "the fate of all dictators. He is currently the loneliest person in the country."

He considers the argument that Khamenei's power rests on support from the Revolutionary Guards no more than a "propagandistic claim."

"If he doesn't change his ways soon," says the professor, "other players in Iran's political arena will reach the conclusion that getting rid of of Mr. Khamenei is the best option both for getting out of the crisis and maintaining the Islamic Republic."


www.pbs.org...


...it looks like Khamenei supporters are going ahead with questioning Ahmadinejad after the elections on March 2nd, to possibly try and impeach him?


Abdoljabbar Karami, a Majles deputy and critic of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, said that the president will be questioned by the Majles on March 5. The questions will be sent to Ahmadinejad, and he will have one month to respond.

The date was chosen for its symbolic significance: March 5, 1981, the anniversary of the death of Dr. Mohammad Mosaddegh, was also the day in which Abolhassan Bani Sadr, the Islamic Republic's first president, gave a speech at the University of Tehran in which he accused his political adversaries of torturing people in jail. That was the beginning of the public confrontation between Bani Sadr and the clerics opposed to him that led to his impeachment by the Majles two months later. Ahmadinejad's critics have repeatedly referred to him as the "second Bani Sadr."


www.pbs.org...

So, how are things going on the election front as March 2nd nears?


As the Majles elections approach, the confrontation between the two camps is heating up.

As noted here last March, Brigadier General Salar Abnoush, commander of the Revolutionary Guards' Saheb ol-Amr division in Qazvin, 100 miles west of Tehran, said that if the results of the elections are not compatible "with our values," there will be bloodshed.

The reason, he said, is that "there will be infighting in the Majles that will allow the sedition [the Green Movement] to rise up again." We may be approaching that point.


www.pbs.org...



posted on Feb, 3 2012 @ 09:22 AM
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Yeah

We will change this regime and will attack Israel.

Because we don't stand oppression you know.

Or you just think that we will rise against this government and we will bow to Israel ?

That is just hypocrisy.

Israel is just a illegal regime and is not legitimate.

I seriously doubt about holocaust . but it doesn't legitimate occupation of Palestinian's land occupation.

And if you are referring to history to legitimate that occupation , then read the history of Persian Empire and see how big it was.

And Iran is not saying , "I want those lands back"

The way you insist on your ignorance makes me think you deserve what you get from your government.

And

That Sheep deserve to be played.



posted on Feb, 3 2012 @ 09:25 AM
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Maybe this is how the West will "earn their return" to Iran


Shah just left Iran with too much hurry.

In Iranian people's eyes he we always be a coward.

There is no possibility. Because there is no throne. All his sons are dead or committed suicide.

They were all cowards.



posted on Feb, 3 2012 @ 09:28 AM
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Did zionists tell you to post this garbage ??

Iran ?? Civil war ?

Iran is real far from civil war.

Because we know who makes civil war.

The old "divide and conquer plan" ?

It's not going to work in Iran.

Killing one leader of one group and accusing on the opposite group is just a plan that fools fell for.

You just don't know Iranian people.



WE know our enemy

And we know why Zionist don't want another powerful country in the region.

And after testing those nukes on Japaneses people , Zionists thought they could take out whole Muslims off the face of the planet.

We don't have nukes , we don't want it.

Just bullies think that they should do their work with force and blood shed.

Watch this documentary made by your fellow Americans : illuminazi.

It will help you much to know US Nazi government.
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posted on Feb, 3 2012 @ 09:32 AM
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You know it is also possable
that the " Brotherhood",
is actually Fleeing IRAN,,,
knowing that there days are done.
You know scurrying too other Eastern Nation States,
And
Imadinerjaket just wants too blow everything up before he leaves,,
its possable,,

Me.



posted on Feb, 3 2012 @ 09:34 AM
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Originally posted by BobAthome
You know it is also possable
that the " Brotherhood",
is actually Fleeing IRAN,,,
knowing that there days are done.
You know scurrying too other Eastern Nation States,
And
Imadinerjaket just wants too blow everything up before he leaves,,
its possable,,

Me.


Yeahhhhhhhhh.

Much information and facts from reliable sources.
edit on 3/2/12 by hmdphantom because: (no reason given)



posted on Feb, 18 2012 @ 08:33 AM
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"Ahmadinejad seen big loser in Iran election" (February 17, 2012)

english.alarabiya.net...


An alliance of clerics, elite Revolutionary Guards and influential bazaar merchants has made sure many pro-Ahmadinejad politicians cannot register to run for the assembly.

Politicians say the Guardian Council, made up of six clerics and six jurists who vet candidates, has barred many Ahmadinejad supporters, forcing him to pick younger political unknowns.

“They had no public link to Ahmadinejad’s camp, but the Council was wise enough to spot them and around 45 percent of his supporters have been disqualified,” said one official involved in the multi-layered vetting process.

A list of qualified candidates will be announced on Feb. 21.


I wonder if we see any retaliation from Ahmadinejad in the near future.

What can he possibly do to make Khamenei look bad? I'm sure he'll come up with something!



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