Ahmadinejad’s first deputy goes to Iraq with new instructions against Ashraf

Military occupation of Ashraf – No. 121

According to information received from inside the IRGC and the terrorist Qods Force, the main objective of the imminent trip to Baghdad by Rahimi, Ahmadinejad’s first deputy, is to follow up on new suppressive plans against Ashraf residents. These are the plans that were recently mentioned by the Iranian regime’s intelligence minister as the pledges made by the Iraqi government.

On June 29, mullah Moslehi announced: “Iraqi authorities pledged that they would take good measures soon with regard to the PMOI and Camp Ashraf situation.” (IRNA state-run news agency – June 29

According to information received, a delegation of 200 will accompany Rahimi in his trip to Baghdad most of whom are from the Qods Force and the MOIS. Rahimi is to dictate new orders to Maliki against Ashraf. A group of Qods Force officers under supervision of Kazemi Qomi are in this delegation.

A delegation headed by Ali Agha-Mohammadi, Iranian regime’s advisor for Supreme National Security Council, is currently in Baghdad making preparations for this visit. The Iranian regime’s officials consider Agha-Mohammadi as the pioneer of Ahmadinejad’s deputy’s trip.
After the criminal April 8 attack, many Iranian regime officials have gone to Iraq and senior Iraqi officials have gone to Iran for negotiations. The main topic of these negotiations has been the PMOI. These trips are in addition to the many regular trips made by officials of the MOIS and the Qods Force to Iraq.

On Thursday, the U.S. Army spokesman in Iraq said: “Senior commanders of Iran’s Qods Force travel to Iraq on regular basis and enjoy diplomatic immunity and the protection of the Iraqi government.” (Al-Sharqia Television – June 30, 2011)

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran
July 1, 2011

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