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The Truth Behind Iranian Deception by Dr. Gholam Mujtaba

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The Truth Behind Iranian Deception

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There are established reports that support the notion that Iran is involved in supporting Sunni terrorist organizations, and these extremist organizations through terror and crime damaged international public perceptions against the Sunni states, and justified actions against those populations. Iranian supporters aggressively used the word, “Wahabism” to create a divide amongst the Sunnis, though the failed to muster public support, however succeeded n misleading the Western perceptions.

Yes, the fact of the matter is that none of the Sunni states are governed by the extreme organizations, such as Al Qaeda, Taliban or the ISIS. There is not a single seat won by these outlaws through popular mandate in the Sunni states, whereas Iran is run through clerics and supporters of Hezbollah in a popular mandate in Iran. This reflects the hardcore religious ideology of the pro Iranian less than 1% of the Muslim population in the 23% of the entire Muslims global population. However, Ismailis and Agha Khanis, and many amongst the Asna e Ashri in the Shia population do not subscribe to Iranian policies, and are supportive of Western ideology. The false convictions based on misinterpretation of religious ideology amongst certain populations, including a few in the Sunnis have created conflict of civilization. Misquotation of the verses from the Holy Scriptures related to war times has been promoted in peacetimes to divide those civilizations, and target western cultures.

The dream of the Iranian clerics of returning to the ancient Persian Empire is an attempt to destabilize the entire Middle East by using terror networks. No wonder, a new fact gets uncovered where ISIS is found to be the brainchild of Iranian covert operation to defame and defeat the anti Iran Sunni regimes by deceiving the West. The current Russian bombings on areas of Syrian opposition, other than the ISIS is the beginning of an emerging proof of a clandestine operation carried out by the common enemies of the Sunnis, a Western asset in Chechnya and Xinjiang.

There had never been a single example in history where the Sunnis were not part of a western alliance to defeat rogue states. And amongst the Shias, the Agha Khanis, Ismailis and number of Asna e Ashris are not supportive of Iranian regime.


It is not Israel that is an impediment to Palestinian statehood. It is the divide amongst the Palestinian Arabs created through Hamas by the Iranians. The logistic and financial support extended to Hamas over the years has damaged the interest of Palestinian statehood. The United States’ dream of a two state solution living side by side at peace in the Middle East has been damaged by the Iranian regime. Whenever, there was progress in peace negotiations, Iranians through covert means incited the Hamas to fire missiles on Tel Aviv on the innocent civilians which resulted in reprisals of Israeli defense forces ending up in human catastrophe.

Then, the Iranians twisted the issue on the streets of the Islamic world by burning U.S. flags, and financially supporting mass campaigns against U.S. interests in those countries. The public outreach programs of the Iranians were up to the mark. There is a learning to defeat those tactics.

There is a need to identify Iranian assets who are playing on both sides of the fence, particularly keeping a strong grip in the news media in non Arab Sunni states like Pakistan. This is helping them in building perceptions of their choice.


Iran’s expansionist designs to defeat Arab Sunni states is the underlying phenomenon, supported by a Russian grudge against their Chechen Sunnis, and a Chinese animosity against their 20 million Sunni Uighur community opposing he communist regime.


The entire joint operation of Russia-Iran-China is based on a premise that, the enemy of my enemy is my friend. Would this work?


No party to conflict wins a war; it is peace that has to be won. And in order to win peace, the hearts and minds of the people need to be won.

It will be an American success to keep them engaged for a lengthy period of time. This will damage their economy, while sustaining global economic might of the U.S.

On a secondary note, the 20% of the world’s population is Sunni. The Russians are augmenting animosity within its own Sunni population of Chechnya, and China promoting instability in Xinjiang amongst her 20 million Sunnis, including the neighboring Gilgit in Pakistan.

Any covert operation from the west will collapse China into pieces, should China jump into the Syrian civil war.

No matter how disturbing it might be, but stays as a ground reality in the Syrian civil war with larger engagements in the Middle East. Iran has exposed her motives after striking a nuclear disarmament deal, however this will cost her tremendously in the days to come. It is about time for Hamas to come to senses, and Israel should soften up its diplomacy to capitalize in the present situation and get inroads with the Arabs for an enduring peace. Israel is surrounded by 100% Arabs, and 100% Sunnis. The opportunity for a bright future of our next generations in the Middle East should be capitalized.

I suggest a Middle East conference at the Vatican under the Leadership of the current Pope with the Arabs, and the Jewish state; and the United States as a guarantor to agreements with a new Palestinian state living at peace.

Let us bring hope for a safer Middle East.

Iran has no stake with either Israel, or the Palestinian Arabs. Palestinian Arabs are 100% Sunnis. Let this be clear. And Iran should stop poking into Arab-Palestinian issues.


The longer U.S. succeeds in keeping Iran and Russia engaged in Syria, the greater damage gets inflicted on them. None of them would be able to recover from this unending war. Finally the 85% Muslims of Sunni origin will emerge on the streets in favor of the U.S., unlike previous moves. Though, it needs a careful public diplomacy. IRANIAN STRATEGY: Iran would try to drag Israel into the Syrian crisis to win over the illiterate masses of the Sunni states using covert means.


1. The crime of killing 20,000 in Syria to maintain minority rule of 11% cannot be condoned by a decent civilization. Would you approve that?

{Ref. Read Daily Guardian dated August 01, 1982}

2. In July 2012, The Times of India reported that New Delhi police have concluded that terrorists belonging to a branch of Iran’s military, the Iranian Revolutionary Guards were responsible for an attack on 13 February 2012. Note this was to defame Pakistani ISI.

3. The United States State Department states, Iran provides support for Hamas, Hezbollah.

4. Mahmoud Abbas, President of the Palestinian National Authority, has said, "Hamas is funded by Iran”.

5. Involvement of Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps Quds Force commander Qasem Suleimani in found involved in arming and training of both Sunni and Shi'ite militias in Iraq. Does this lead us to draw findings of a covert Iranian support to ISIL?

6. Aggrey Adoli, Kenya's police chief in Kenya's coastal region, said on 22 June 2012 that two Iranians, Ahmad Abolfathi Mohammad and Sayed Mansour Mousavi, believed to be members of Iran's Revolutionary Guards' Quds Force, were arrested and suspected of being involved in terrorism.

7. Uganda, Ethiopia, and Kenya all expressed concern with Ayalon regarding Iran's attempts to increase terror activity in Africa.

8. After the 2001 invasion of Afghanistan, Iran evacuated hundreds of al Qaeda personnel from Afghanistan, allowing the formation of an al Qaeda "management council" on the Iranian soil.

9. The U.S. indictment of bin Laden filed in 1998 stated that al-Qaeda "forged alliances . . . with the government of Iran and its associated terrorist group Hezbollah for the purpose of working jointly against their perceived common enemies.

10. According to Seth G. Jones and Peter Bergen, the 2003 Riyadh compound bombings were planned by al Qaeda operatives in Iran, with apparent Iranian complicity.


Iran has been on the State Department’s list of State Sponsors of Terrorism since 1984. The 2013 Country Reports on Terrorism states that Iran is supporting Hezbollah, Hamas, Palestinian Islamic Jihad, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine-General Command, the Syrian regime (also labeled as State Sponsor of Terrorism), Houthi rebels in Yemen, Shiite militants in Bahrain and Shiite militias in Iraq.

The State Department confirmed that Iran continues to work with Al-Qaeda elements, despite their expressed hostility towards one another. It stated:

“Iran remained unwilling to bring to justice to senior Al-Qaeda (AQ) members. It continued to detain, and refused to publicly identify those senior members in its custody. Iran allowed AQ facilitators Muhsin al-Fadhli and Adel Radi Saq al-Wahabi al-Harbi to operate a core facilitation pipeline through Iran, enabling AQ to move funds and fighters to South Asia and also to Syria.

Al-Fadhli is a veteran AQ operative who has been active for years. Al-Fadhli began working with the Iran-based AQ facilitation network in 2009 and was later arrested by Iranian authorities. He was released in 2011 and assumed leadership of the Iran-based AQ facilitation network.”

Iran operates a global network, including in the U.S. and South America. In May 2013, a 500-page report by an Argentine state prosecutor said Iran has an “intelligence and terrorist network” in Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, Chile, Colombia, Guyana, Trinidad, Tobago and Suriname and elsewhere.

The State Department also said Iran increased its presence in Africa. Iran is also known to work closely with North Korea on weapons of mass destruction programs. The IRGC is believed to have a presence in Sudan (another State Sponsor of Terrorism), where it oversees a supply route to Hamas. IRAN’S RELATIONSHIP WITH AL-QAEDA

The Clinton, Bush and Obama Administrations all agreed that Iran supports Al-Qaeda terrorists, despite their ideological differences. In February 2014, the Treasury Department sanctioned three IRGC officers and one IRGC associate for supporting the Taliban and involvement in attacks in Afghanistan. The U.S. government also blacklisted an operative of the Olimzhon Adkhamovich Sadikov, also known as Jafar al-Uzbeki, for assisting Al-Qaeda from Iranian territory.

Sadikov is a member of an Al-Qaeda affiliate named the Islamic Jihad Union and is based in Mashhad, Iran. He assists Al-Qaeda members and other extremists with travel documents to and from Pakistan and Afghanistan. He also collects money for the greater Al-Qaeda network in Iran, where it is distributed to other affiliates such as Jabhat al-Nusra in Syria.

In October 2012, the U.S. Treasury Department sanctioned two Al-Qaeda leaders in Iran that manage its “critically important Iran-based funding and facilitation network.” The two terrorists were: • Muhsin al-Fadhil, the leader of the Al-Qaeda pipeline in Iran. He arrived in Iran in 2009 and was detained. After he was released in 2011, he replaced Yasin al-Suri as the pipeline’s manager. • Abdel Radi Saqr al-Wahabi al-Harbi joined the Iran-based network in early 2011 and acts as al-Fadhil’s deputy. He oversees the movement of Al-Qaeda members to Iraq and Afghanistan via Iran. In July 2011, the U.S. Treasury Department sanctioned six Al-Qaeda operatives connected to an Iran-based “core pipeline” for Al-Qaeda’s operations, which enables it to move personnel and resources back and forth from the Middle East to South Asia. The operatives were: • Yasin al-Suri, who has served as Al-Qaeda’s representative in Iran since 2005. He oversees the transfer of money and recruits through Iran and negotiates the release of Al-Qaeda detainees held in Iran. • Atiyah Abd al-Rahman, Al-Qaeda’s overall commander in the Pakistani tribal areas and previous Al-Qaeda ambassador to Iran. • Umid Muhammadi, an Al-Qaeda facilitator and trainer involved with Al-Qaeda in Iraq. He has used his contact with the Iranian regime to request the release of detained Al-Qaeda members. • Salim Hasan Khalifa Rashid al-Kuwari, who is based in Qatar and works with the Iran-based Al-Qaeda operatives in arranging travel and money transfers. • Abdallah Ghanim Mafuz Muslim al-Khawar, who is based in Qatar and delivers money, material and other items to Al-Qaeda’s leaders in Iran. He also makes travel arrangements for terrorists. • ‘Ali Hasan ‘Ali al-Ajmi is based in Kuwait and works with Yasin al-Suri. He provides travel and financial assistance to Al-Qaeda in general, Al-Qaeda in Iraq and the Taliban. “By exposing Iran’s secret deal with al-Qaeda, allowing it to funnel funds and operatives through its territory, we are illuminating yet another aspect of Iran’s unmatched support for terrorism,” the U.S. Treasury press release stated. In January 2009, the Treasury Department sanctioned four Al-Qaeda operatives linked to Iran. They were: • Mustafa Hamid, who “negotiated a secret relationship between Usama Bin Laden and Iran” in the mid-1990s so Al-Qaeda members could transit the country. He acted as a liaison between the Iranian regime and Al-Qaeda and the Taliban. He was detained in Iran in 2003. • Muhammad Rab’a al-Sayid al-Bahtiyti is a trusted aide to current Al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri. After the 9/11 attacks, he arranged for Zawahiri’s daughters to travel to Iran. He was detained in Iran in 2003. • Ali Saleh Husein, who oversaw the movement of Al-Qaeda members to Iran after the 9/11 attacks. He was also detained in 2003. • Saad Bin Laden, a son of Osama Bin Laden who oversaw the movement of Bin Laden’s family members to Iran after the 9/11 attacks. He also helped manage Al-Qaeda from Iran and was detained in 2003. He was reportedly allowed to leave Iran in September 2008. He was killed in a U.S. drone strike in 2009 in Pakistan.

The Al-Qaeda network in Iran has been tied to plots against the United States. In April 2013, two individuals linked to the network were arrested in Canada as they planned to derail a train going from New York to Toronto. Royal Canadian Mounted Police official James Malizia said, “The individuals were receiving support from Al Qaeda elements located in Iran. There is no information to indicate that these attacks were state-sponsored.”

The relationship between Iran and Al-Qaeda goes back to the early 1990s. According to the 9/11 Commission report, Iran agreed to assist Al-Qaeda in late 1991-1992 in carrying out operations against common enemies, chiefly the U.S. and Israel. Senior members of the group received explosives training inside Iran. Another group of Al-Qaeda members were trained in Lebanon by Iranian operatives in 1993.

“The relationship between al-Qaeda and Iran demonstrated that Sunni-Shi’a divisions did not necessarily pose an insurmountable barrier to cooperation in terrorist operations,” the 9/11 Commission concluded.

Contact between the two sides continued throughout the 1990s. After Al-Qaeda’s attack on the USS Cole in Yemen in 2000, Iran wanted to further develop the relationship. The 9/11 Commission says Bin Laden did not pursue the opportunity because he worried it would strain his Saudi ties.

Note: The author strongly believes in religious harmony amongst (Shia, Sunnis) Muslims, Christians, Jews and all others. He further believes that religions should not be used as a pretext to divide humanity. This article condemns Iranian behavior displaying bias against followers of other faiths. It is in no way against any sect. It equally condemns the terrorist networks above sectarian bias. The author suggests that the entire Ismaili community, Agha Khani community and many in the Asna e Ashri reject Iranian policies, and support policies led by USA.

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