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A former member of Iranian intelligence says Iran has ordered Qassem Soleimani, the head of the Islamic regime’s Quds Forces, to assassinate Bahrain’s monarch as part of a renewed effort to launch a popular uprising to overthrow the minority Sunni government.
According to documents obtained by Hamidreza Zakeri, formerly with the Islamic regime’s Ministry of Intelligence and National Security, or MOIS, the plan also includes assassinating the chief of intelligence and chief of public security, Maj. Gen. Tariq al-Hassan.
Zakeri testified at the federal District Court in Manhattan in the Halvish v. bin Laden civil lawsuit at which he provided proof that Iran had materially aided and supported al-Qaida before and after 9/11.
Iran has long sought to incite Muslims in the region with the goal of overthrowing U.S.-friendly governments. Their efforts fell short in Yemen, but with the current rebellion in Syria to oust President Bashar Assad, Iranian leaders have decided to go on the offensive and use all efforts to topple the government in Bahrain, which they see as game changer, Zakeri said.
In an article published by Mehr News Agency, Bahrain rulers are reminded that Bahrain is part of motherland Iran and they are warned not to continue insulting Iranians or they will have the same fate as Saddam’s.
NCRI – A summit of Arab leaders of members of Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) warned Iranian regime to end interference in the affairs of Arab countries. A communiqué issued at the end of a two-day summit of the six-member GCC said: “The council expressed its rejection and condemnation of the continuing Iranian interference in the affairs of the Gulf Cooperation Council’s states and called on Iran to stop these policies.”
US preparing attack option in Syria, top minister implies
Moshe Ya’alon says Washington would interfere to keep chemical weapons from falling into ‘irresponsible hands,’ hails Israeli cooperation with Jordan
By Aaron Kalman December 27, 2012, 10:21 am
The US is gearing up for the option of military involvement in Syria if embattled President Bashar Assad uses chemical weapons against opposition fighters, a senior member of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s cabinet implied on Thursday.
Minister of Strategic Affairs Moshe Ya’alon noted, however, that at the current juncture there was no fear of the regime in Damascus deploying its sizable stockpile of nonconventional weapons against Israel.
While current US efforts were focused on the diplomatic track, if nonconventional weapons “falling into irresponsible hands” became a plausible scenario, Washington would take action to prevent it from occurring, Ya’alon told Israel Radio.
Asked whether he meant that the US was mulling “an actual insertion of military forces,” Ya’alon, a former IDF chief of General Staff, said vaguely: “I don’t know about an actual insertion of forces, but there’s a variety of options for preventing it from happening, and of course Israel and other countries in the area are closely monitoring the situation in Syria.”