NCRI – The Iranian Resistance has obtained new detailed information from inside the Iranian regime on the criminal rocket attack on Camp Liberty. The information reveals how the decision was made, what coordination were made with Government of Iraq, and how the attack was carried out. A summary follows:
1- The decision to attack was adopted in late January in mullahs’ regime Supreme National Security Council upon orders from Khamenei himself. The terrorist Qods Force and regime’s embassy in Baghdad were tasked with the execution of the attack and coordination with Government of Iraq. 2- Haj Yousef (IRGC Brigadier General Abdolreza Shahlaii), head of the groups of Jihadi and Kataeb Hezbollah in Iraq, in meetings with Abu-Mustafa Shaibani, Abu-Ala and Abu-Mehdi Mohandess, clerical regime’s known terrorists in Iraq, planned the operation.
3- General Shahlaii has been a commander in the terrorist Qods Force for over two decades. He trains assassins and terrorists to operate in Iraq in the Hezbollah garrison in Jalilabad, Varamin. The U.S. Treasury, in its statement of 11 October 2011, declared: “Shahlai is an IRGC-QF official who coordinated the plot to assassinate the Saudi Arabian Ambassador to the United States Adel Al-Jubeir, while he was in the United States and to carry out follow-on attacks against other countries.”
4- The rocket attack on Camp Liberty was coordinated with Government of Iraq and the relevant security and military organs, including the Military Office of the Prime Minister and Ministry of Interior, by clerical regime’s ambassador in Baghdad Danaifar, plus an authority of the Qods Force, and agents of the Qods Force in the embassy.
5- According to the operation plan, all logistical support, including transfer of ammunition and the operating teams was managed by Iraq’s Ministry of Interior and Iraqi Police. Details from inside Camp Liberty and geographic coordinates of residents’ most populated locations were given to General Shahlaii by the Prime Ministry Office so that aiming of rockets would be as accurate as possible.