Iran Watch: Linked to 9/11 Attacks-Fed Lawsuit; Iranian RG Commander now heads OPEC; Iran’s Quiet War(s); Plans Americas demise; Plans Israels demise; Kurds warning on Iraq; Iran, Syria, Iraq, and Hezballah; Persecuting Christians; Accomplice to Evil: War Against the West; The Iranian Time Bomb; Mullahs mouthpiece in the US.

Posted on August 15, 2011


Iran Linked to 9/11 Attacks in New Federal Lawsuit

Posted on August 10, 2011

A new lawsuit, filed in a Manhattan court as the nation prepares to observe the 10th anniversary of America’s worst terror attack, alleges that the Iranian government played a key role in organizing the infamous 9/11 attacks.

The evidence for these bold, new charges comes, apparently, from three Iranian defectors who previously worked for Iran’s spy services. These individuals will serve as key witnesses in a case that is sure to nab headlines.

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Rostam Ghasemi New Iranian Head of OPEC: Iran’s Rev Guard Commander Heads OPEC

August 4, 2011 By

Never mind that Ghasemi is under sanctions by the EU, the US and Australia. Never mind that his personal assets have been blacklisted by the U.S. Treasury. He is the new head of OPEC. Rostam Ghasemi will be at the head of the snake striking on oil prices. Here’s the snickers spin out of Iran:

“The clever and decisive vote of Iranian MPs for engineer Ghasemi to become the oil minister is a meaningful and crucial response to the attacks against the guards from the west’s media empire,” said Ramedan Sharif, the head of the revolutionary guards public relations’ unit, in quotes carried by Iran’s semi-official Fars news agency. Source: The Guardian

Read the background here.

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Iran’s Quiet War

The Middle East is quietly at war, with Iran conducting a campaign to become the Middle East hegemon and kick out America and Israel. The first shots of this war were fired when the Yemeni Shiite Houthi rebels crossed the Saudi Arabian border in late 2009 to test the kingdom’s resolve. It continued with the January 19, 2010 assassination of Mahmoud al-Mabhouh, who was killed in Dubai, while on his way to Iran to buy weapons for Hamas in Gaza.

Gaza, voluntarily vacated by Israel to facilitate Palestinian leadership and control, is now a terrorist camp. Hamas, which won an election in 2005, over the next 2 years killed their political opposition and turned Gaza into a ballistic missile launching platform, targeting Israeli cities. Thousands of missiles rained down on Israel until the IDF broke the back of the campaign militarily and established, successfully, the blockade in an attempt to prevent a recurrence. Iran and her allies have been busy rearming Hamas, while trying to break the blockade ever since.

The war intensified with Iran establishing alliances with Brazil, Ecuador, and Venezuela, signing an agreement with President Chavez to build a military base with rocket launch capabilities in Venezuela on October 19, 2010. Iran already possesses missiles capable of hitting American cities from Venezuela. The president said nothing at the time — he was too busy planning his Christmas vacation — and he says nothing now. It’s not as if we have anything to fear from a maniac like Hugo Chavez, is it?

Iranian ally Syria has long armed Hezb’allah in Lebanon, most recently with Scuds, increasing the range of their offensive missiles from under 100 to over 400 miles, putting all of Israel within range of attack. Hezb’allah denies their presence, but can they really be believed?

While Mr. Obama plays in the Libyan sandbox and says nothing, Iran is directing the action as Syria bloodily suppresses its internal rebellion. For months, it has been rumored that Iranian snipers are in Syria as well. The Syrians are molesting our diplomats and staging “impromptu” attacks on our embassy and still nothing from this administration. Should Assad survive, whatever independence from Iran he might have once had will be gone. Assad has agreed to allow the construction of an Iranian naval base as well.

With the upheaval in Egypt, the only successful Middle East peace treaty is in jeopardy. The Egyptian border crossing into Gaza is now open and Hamas is very happy; it’s so much easier getting weapons without the prying eyes of the Israelis. Iranian warships, banned since 1979, have been allowed to transverse the Suez Canal into the Mediterranean. That naval base in Syria will come in handy. Egypt, once considered a strong American ally, is now drifting within the Iranian orbit.

Turkey, another erstwhile American ally, is now flirting openly with the Iranians, while marching unrelentingly away from secularism towards becoming an Islamic state. In service of this goal, Prime Minister Erdogan has been prosecuting a witch-hunt, arresting secular military officers on trumped up charges. Recently, the entire senior staff of the nation’s armed forces, once the guarantor of secularism, resigned. Turkey shares a border with Iran and Syria. Should Iran openly declare war on Israel and by extension, America, the US Air Base at Incirlik and the Izmir Air Station would be invaluable to the defense of US troops, as well as our attack capabilities. That is, if the Turks allow its use. What if they refuse; what would Mr. Obama do in this scenario? You know what he would do: he would express grave concern and put his best team of men on it, while he went out to play another round of golf.

For years, Iran has been an ardent supplier of arms in Afghanistan to al-Qaeda and the Taliban. Weapons and bombs supplied by Iran are used to kill American soldiers, yet our president says nothing. He’s more worried about enforcing rules of engagement for our troops that prevent them from shooting first. I would wager that this is the first war in the history of humanity where one side is not allowed to shoot first.

With anti-US Shia cleric and Iranian puppet Moqtada Sadr now back in Iraq, Iranian efforts to undermine the fledgling democracy will accelerate as we reduce our troop levels.

Everyone knows that the best time to play golf is during the Arab Spring. While our evaporated president lines up his putt, we sit on our hands begging the Chinese for help with sanctions, as the Iranian regime proceeds unabated toward the nuclear weapon they have so long craved, and their vision of a world without Israel and America.

Even the Russians, having already done so much to help Iran become a nuclear power and with their own Islamic issues, are taking precautions, refusing to deliver the extremely effective S-300 Antiaircraft Missile Batteries already bought and paid for by Iran. They realize that with a population quickly approaching 20% Muslim, they may have their own problem with the radical Islamic nation in the future. It would not be wise to arm them too well — just enough to keep the primary threat to America and Israel.

As bad as all this is, there are some positives in the region. The widening civil war in Syria and Turkey’s position against the Assad regime, in opposition to Iran, is one. The resolve of the Saudis, who could be the wild card when the war escalates into outright conflagration, is another. The loss of Syria in particular would be a grievous blow to the Iranian plan for regional hegemony. The fall of Assad would weaken Hezb’allah dramatically and remove all pretense that they are anything but an Iranian proxy. Removing Syrian troops from any potential war and orphaning Hezb’allah will be good news for Israel and America. Makes you wonder why our President has done nothing to help the rebellion.

Sunni Saudi Arabia is no friend of Shiite Iran and they feel just as threatened by a potentially nuclear-armed Iran. Iran has also been fomenting Shia rebellion in Bahrain. They need to neutralize the Saudis, another American ally, and a Shiite rebellion on the Saudi Border just across the Persian Gulf from Iran is a nice start. The Saudis, displaying uncharacteristic backbone, have sent troops to Bahrain in support of the government. They are not fools; they understand that the Iranian endgame includes control of all Islamic holy lands, which, in essence, is Saudi Arabia. Maybe they are intimidated enough to allow Israeli jets overflight on their way to attack Iran’s nuclear facilities, or even take part in an attack.

In any case, it won’t be long now. Israel will at some point have to decide if they are going to allow a nuclear Iran. They will need to attack soon if they are to have any chance of being successful, if it’s not too late already. This is what happens when you have a bumbling narcissist as president, playing self-aggrandizing geopolitical games, while he abandons our allies in pursuit of the illusion of Islamic respect.

History has taught us that when someone tells you that they are going to kill you, you should believe them. Our president’s policy of pretending that Iran is not going to use their future military capability to wage war on Israel and America is foolish. The war has started, and although it may be a quiet war, sticking our head in the sand will not prevent escalation, and the inevitable result of this policy will be an Armageddon that will consume the Middle East and perhaps America as well.

So where are we? You have a soon-to-be-nuclear-armed Iran, Hamas and Hezb’allah, and possibly Syria, with help from Turkey, and Egypt against a completely surrounded Israel, maybe Saudi Arabia and her allies, and an America under the guidance of a weak president.

In 2½ short years, Barack Obama has done more damage to this nation, economically and internationally, than any man, war, enemy, or disaster in the history of the union. Dr. Downgrade has not only lessened our economic might; he has weakened us internationally to the point that should this quiet war ever become loud, I shudder to think of the consequences.

Iran Plans For A World Without America

Posted 06:28 PM ET

Defense: Tehran’s navy deploys ships to the Atlantic capable of launching long-range missiles. This is not a joke. This is a dress rehearsal for the day an EMP attack ends our way of life.

‘Is it possible for us to witness a world without America and Zionism?” Iran’s Mahmoud Ahmadinejad asked at “The World Without Zionism” Tehran conference in 2005. “But you had best know that this slogan and this goal are attainable, and surely can be achieved.” He added that Iran had a “war preparation plan” for, as he put it, “the destruction of Anglo-Saxon civilization.”

Electromagnetic pulse, or EMP, is not a subject familiar to most Americans. But it’s quite familiar to the Iranian military.

It’s been practicing for the day when an Iranian missile tipped with a nuclear warhead lifts off from a vessel parked in international waters off our shores, the warhead detonating high above the American heartland, sending electromagnetic waves rippling across the American landscape, frying every electronic circuit within range.

In a July 18 statement, Rear Adm. Habibollah Sayyari said the Iranian navy plans on deploying warships in the Atlantic Ocean as part of a program to ply international waters.

Two days later, another Iranian rear admiral, Seyed Mahmoud Mousavi, revealed for the first time that his navy has equipped a number of its logistic vessels and units with long-range missiles.

The squadron will be equipped with the Nur missile, which is based on China’s long-range Silkworm C-802 anti-ship cruise missile and has a 125-mile range and 365-pound warhead.

It is not these ships and their missiles that threaten us, but what comes later as they use these forays to gain experience operating far from Iranian shores.

A simple Scud missile, with a nuclear warhead, could be fired from an inconspicuous freighter in international waters off our coast and detonated high over the U.S.

It would wreak devastation on America’s technological, electrical and transportation infrastructure. Masked as a terrorist attack, Iran would have plausible deniability of any responsibility.

Iran has practiced launching and detonating Scuds in midflight, launched from ships in the Caspian Sea. It’s also tested high-altitude explosions of its Shahab-3 ballistic missile, a test consistent with an EMP attack.

The warhead need not be of a staggeringly high yield — nor must the missile have an intercontinental range.

“One nightmare scenario posed,” according to Peter Vincent Pry, an expert on EMP who sits on a congressional panel looking into the threat of such a weapon, “was a ship-launched EMP attack against the U.S. by Iran, as this would eliminate the need for Iran to develop an ICBM to deliver a nuclear warhead against the U.S. and could be executed clandestinely, taking the U.S. by surprise.”

Iranian Dissident Leader Claims Victory, Warns US

Aug 4, 2011 – Ken Timmerman Biography | Archive | Contact

The leader of a dissident Kurdish organization in Iran says his forces killed more than 300 Iranian Revolutionary Guards troops, including three generals and 15 decorated commanders while sustaining just 16 casualties, during two weeks of running battles along the Iran-Iraq…

“Turkey is using its relationship with Iran to hold America hostage,” Ahmadi said. “They are basically saying to Washington, if you weaken your support for us, we will strengthen our ties with Tehran.”…

“Iran’s goal is to drive PJAK out of Qandil and replace us with Ansar al Islam, al-Qaida, and Hezbollah,” Ahmadi said. “If Qandil falls, the Kurdish Regional Government [in Iraq] will come under Iranian control. Then Iran will control both the Shia and the Kurdish populations in Iraq…

“I fear the United States is not aware of how great a danger this is, not just for Iraq, but for U.S. allies such as Saudi Arabia,” he added…


Iran, Turkey Escalate Battle Against Iraq Kurds

Jul 28, 2011

Iran called on NATO member Turkey on Tuesday to help battle dissident Kurds in the rugged mountains along the northern border between Iran and Iraq. Turkey sent 20 tanks, 300 special forces troops, and surveillance drones into Iran, eyewitnesses quoted by the Firat news…


hez2Watch Hezbollah Official Strategizes Islamist Destruction of Israel After U.S. Leaves Iraq

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Iran Urges U.K. ‘Restraint’ While Ahmadinejad Calls For UN Security Council Action Over Riots

Iran’s president is seizing upon the violent and destructive London riots to take some jabs at the U.K., a move that is rooted in payback over England’s support of past Iranian protests  Read More »

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