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New Ron 03-21-2012 01:40 AM

Jewish School Shootings Linked To Iran?
Jewish school shootings linked to Iran?

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–USA May Be Next–

This morning’s shooting outside of a Jewish school in Toulouse, France, where a rabbi, his two children and the child of the principal were killed, has all the markings of an Iranian terror cell, says Reza Kahlili, one of the foremost authorities on Iran, today.

Reza Kahlili served in CIA Directorate of Operations in the 80s & the 90s, as a spy in the Iranian Revolutionary Guard.

“In January, the Iranian Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Khamenei instructed the Quds force commander to prepare Iran and Hezbollah cells for attacks on Israeli interests worldwide,” says Kahlili. “This decision was taken in response to the assassination of the Iranian scientist specifically after the killing of Mostafa Ahmadi-Roshan, deputy director of the first uranium enrichment facility at Natanz. The order to retaliate was also issued in order to alert Israel and the world about the consequences of any aggression against Iran or its nuclear facilities.”

In fact, Reza says this morning’s attack is not the first time Iranian assets have attacked innocent civilians. He says, “The current Iranian Defense Minister, Ahmad Vahidi, is wanted by Interpol for a similar act in 1994 when the Iranian operatives, along with Hezbollah, attacked a Jewish community center in Buenos Aires, Argentina, killing 85 and injuring hundreds. When I was spying on the regime for the CIA, I had alerted them to the regime’s activity in that region and how arms and explosives were being transferred.”

Kahlili adds, “Since the order by Khamenei for attacks on Israeli interests, Iranian operatives have either conducted or attempted to commit terror attacks in India, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Thailand and now France. We should not be shocked if similar attacks take place inside the USA, as the FBI is very concerned on the Iranian activities here in America.

About Reza Kahlili
Reza Kahlili is a former CIA spy while serving in Iran’s Revolutionary Guards for over a decade. Today, he serves on the newly formed Task Force on National and Homeland Security, an advisory board authorized by Congress, in addition to serving as an advisory board member of the Foundation for Democracy in Iran. He also teaches at the Joint Counterintelligence Training Academy of the Department of Defense, having served in the Central Intelligence Agency as a spy inside the Iranian Revolutionary Guards. Along with former CIA Director James Woolsey and former U.N. Ambassador Alan Keyes, Kahlili was invited by the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. to discuss Iran. A sought-after expert, Kahlili appears regularly in the national media – television, print and radio – to discuss Iran and counterterrorism in the Middle East.

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New Ron 03-21-2012 08:42 AM

Bumping this....

garylen 03-21-2012 09:03 AM

got one of the bastards

ishmael 03-21-2012 01:12 PM

Iran and Al quida enemies.

Paparock 03-21-2012 05:49 PM

French suspect escaped Afghan jail in mass break-out
French suspect escaped Afghan jail in mass break-out


Merah was arrested in south Afghanistan in 2007 and sentenced to three years for bombings; was broken-out by Taliban.

KANDAHAR, Afghanistan - French school shooting suspect Mohamed Merah was jailed for bombings in Afghanistan in 2007, but escaped months later in a mass prison break organized by Taliban insurgents, a top Afghan prison official said on Wednesday.

Merah, a French citizen of Algerian origin, is suspected of killing seven people in the name of the al-Qaida militant network, including three children at a Jewish school in southwestern France.

Afghan security forces detained Merah on Dec. 19, 2007, and he was sentenced to three years in jail for planting bombs in the southern province of Kandahar, the Taliban's birthplace, Kandahar prison chief Ghulam Faruq said, citing prison documents.

Merah escaped along with up to 1,000 prisoners, including 400 Taliban insurgents, during an attack on southern Afghanistan's main Sarposa Prison in June 2008, when the Taliban blew apart the main gate with a big truck bomb.

The high-security prison, on Kandahar's southern outskirts, has separate compounds for ordinary criminals and inmates being held for political and insurgency-related offenses. Merah was likely in the political section, prison sources said.

He was in Afghanistan at a time when Afghan security officials were pleading for more international help, saying more than 4,000 foreign fighters had flocked to the country to aid the Taliban, most of them from Chechnya, North Africa and Pakistan.

It was not clear where Merah fled to after he escaped from prison and how or when he arrived in France, but many foreign fighters left the conflict-racked country as a surge in NATO reinforcements gained momentum in 2009.

French Interior Minister Claude Gueant said the gunman had been to Pakistan and Afghanistan, and had carried out his killings in revenge for French military involvement abroad.

France has 3,600 troops in Afghanistan as part of the 130,000-strong NATO-led force, mainly patrolling Kapisa, a mountainous province near Kabul. They are to shift their focus in March to training and leave the country at the end of 2013.

In Pakistan, an intelligence official who declined to be identified said Merah had never been arrested there.

"We have no information about him," the Pakistani official said.

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