viernes, marzo 09, 2007

LO DEL EX-VICEMINISTRO de defensa iraní que se ha pasado al otro lado se está poniendo cada vez más interesante:
Sources confirmed yesterday that the former Iranian Deputy Defense Minister, Ali Reza Asghari is currently cooperating with Western intelligence agencies and that he left Turkey using a passport bearing a pseudo identity after coordinating with Western intelligence services.

According to a source who is a close friend of Asghari, the former Iranian Deputy Defense Minister has military and intelligence documents and maps about Iran’s military institution and others revealing relations between the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and Hezbollah, Islamic Jihad in Palestine, al Mahdi army and the Badr organization (formerly Badr Brigade) which follows the Supreme Council for the Islamic Revolution in Iraq (SCIRI).

[...] Earlier this week a source from the Iranian military, who was among the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) in Beirut since the late 1980s, confirmed to Asharq Al-Awsat that the former Iranian Deputy Defense Minister, “is well” and that he is being well cared for in a northern European country where he meets for several hours a day with a group of military experts to oversee the completion of a number of controversial issues that the Revolutionary Guard has played a major role in; including the bombing of the marine barracks in Beirut [October 1983] and the destruction of the American Embassy and the French camp in the early 1980’s, in addition to a number of security issues and terrorist operations that have targeted a number of countries in the region, and the elimination of various Iranian opposition leaders abroad.