Mullahs’ Quds Force and MOIS intensify jamming, surveillance activities around Ashraf

Camp Ashraf – Breach of pledges , No. 13

In recent days, the mullahs’ regime’s terrorist Quds Force and Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) have strengthened spying and jamming devices used against Ashraf to disrupt communications equipment.
To this end, around mid-December, technicians of the Revolutionary Guards, having covered their faces, installed a number of new communications devices on two 15 meter towers in order to strengthen their jamming and spying activities. These towers were established at Ashraf’s southern flank on August 23rd, 2011 by the terrorist Quds Force, with the full support of the committee in the Prime Ministry tasked to suppress Ashraf, and Iraqi forces.

The new devices have caused widespread communications disruptions and have jammed satellite waves, especially the frequencies of Iran National Television (INTV), Simaye Azadi.

Escalating the activities of these communications devices has resulted in their power generators needing more fuel. The suppressive committee in the Prime Ministry has ordered Iraqi Army 5th Division to provide the fuel and other required necessities for the power generators and towers.

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran
January 16, 2012

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