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U.S. Military Officials Detained the Qods Shipments of Smuggled Weapons Through the Reconstruction of Shrines of Imams

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The U.S. military yesterday arrested a top official in the Quds Force of Iran's Revolutionary Guards accused of facilitating the entry of shipments of Iranian weapons into Iraq.


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Uhoud A (184)
Thursday November 20, 2008, 8:48 am
U.S. military officials detained the Qods shipments of smuggled weapons through the reconstruction of shrines of imams

The U.S. military yesterday arrested a top official in the Quds Force of Iran's Revolutionary Guards accused of facilitating the entry of shipments of Iranian weapons into Iraq.
The U.S. military said that weapons smuggled Kahnat building materials under the guise of an organization involved in the reconstruction of religious sites, particularly shrines of Imams Al al-Bayt, peace be upon them. The official cited that the Quds Force of Iran's Revolutionary Guards, was arrested on charges of facilitating the entry of shipments of Iranian weapons into Iraq. The U.S. military said that weapons smuggled Kahnat building materials under the cover of a particular organization reconstruction of religious sites.

The official cited that the Quds Force was arrested while trying to leave Iraq, where he did not specify a quantity of cocaine and the U.S. government accuses the Quds Force to train the militia of the ruling religious parties Kalguenabl supplying weapons and armor-piercing, which left the military to kill Americans.

Meanwhile, the U.S. military announced the arrest of Uday Alhdhiran Khalis district officer in the province of Diyala, which has a long border with Iran on charges of facilitating the entry of terrorists from Iran to Iraq.
The U.S. military statement yesterday that the local official was on the list of suspected terrorists in them and facilitating the entry of criminals and explosive devices from Iran to Iraq. The statement said that the defendant was involved in the use of its citizens deprived of receiving assistance from the Iraqi government and to provide logistical and material assistance for terrorist organizations in the region. There was no immediate comment from officials in Tehran over the arrest of Iranian official.

Deployed in Iraq, hundreds of Iranian organizations under the guise of charitable work or build shrines, but sources said Iraqi intelligence (time) that these charitable organizations and Iranian companies implementing the bids in Iraq run by the Revolutionary Guard elements in which they operate. The sources said that the activity of these charitable organizations is concentrated in Karbala, Najaf and Baghdad's Kadhimiya and it oversees the thousands of collaborators who provide security reports for the salaries and grants they receive for this work.

She said the work of the charities of the Iraqi Revolutionary Guard, includes the distribution of food and clothing the poor need to build an independent link with them for use later.
There are hundreds of armed security companies working in Iran obtained official approval for the protection of Iraqi pilgrims to the thresholds.

And is expected to reach more security guards to Baghdad with the Iranians directly Tehran mayor of the contract with the Secretariat of Baghdad, the value of one billion dollars for the reconstruction of the Iraqi capital.
The United States believes that many of the Shi'ite militants fled Iraq during security crackdowns carried out by joint US-Iraqi forces this year.

Expect the U.S. government that the Quds Force, and elements of Hezbollah, the Shiite militias trained in four Iranian cities: Tehran, Qom, Mashhad and Ahvaz.
While the U.S. military is likely that, in addition to, the planning of the assassination of senior Iraqi officials, government and the military.

Dalia H (1280)
Thursday November 20, 2008, 9:01 am
Noted and forwarded. Thanks for sharing dearest Uhoud.
Much Love and Respect,
Black Dalia:)

Judith Jaehn (199)
Thursday November 20, 2008, 9:12 am
Will this horror ever come to an end?!?! This is a nightmare! Thank you Uhoud! I have sent this on! Noted!

Uhoud A (184)
Thursday November 20, 2008, 9:22 am
Great work from the troops thank you so much fo them wish aem return safe to home .

Amy B (39)
Thursday November 20, 2008, 9:33 am
noted and thanks Uhoud!!

. (0)
Thursday November 20, 2008, 10:26 am
Noted with thanks Uhoud and thanks to you also Charles for sending this to me.

Michele DiGiorgi (320)
Thursday November 20, 2008, 12:30 pm
I like to be up to date on these things, thank you so much Dalia for the forward, and my thanks to Uhoud of course for this great article with much information in it. Noted my friend.

Blessings to all,

David Gould (155)
Thursday November 20, 2008, 1:54 pm
Corruption breeds more corruption
as day follows night follows day
we learn nothing but how we are treated
I too wish to see all foriegn troops
leave Iraq to sort itself out.

Uhoud A (184)
Friday November 21, 2008, 4:57 am
David troops will return home but Any way they did great job by Areast that Iranian security spy which bring drags and weapons and train the militia to kill troopd and Iraqi and destroy Iraqthank you again for the troops for arreast that diviel

Lisa Germain (60)
Friday November 21, 2008, 12:28 pm
i agree with you on what you say. they should got our know.
and let iran deal with their own problums. and they shold come home now.

Michael O (1647)
Friday November 21, 2008, 10:49 pm
Thanks for sharing dearest Uhoud.

Uhoud A (184)
Sunday November 23, 2008, 12:01 pm
I fell sorry the troops release that Iranian eviel.
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