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Morteza..Iranian terrorist...just a few though, I don't have all day

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Submitted by Danish/American (United States), Apr 6, 2006 at 18:00

Connected to Iran:
The suicide bombing of the American embassy in Beirut (18 April. 83), which killed 61 people and left more than 120 wounded.
The suicide bombing of the Marines headquarters in Beirut (23 Oct.83), which killed 39 and wounded 40 people.
The suicide bombing of the French army barracks in Beirut (23 Oct. 83), which killed 74 and wounded about 15..

From 'Iran Focus'
Baghdad, Jan. 02 – Iranian agents are systematically kidnapping Iraqis for ransom in the southern Iraqi province of Missan, local residents say.

"Iranian terrorist agents kidnap Iraqis on the Ozeys route and take them to Iran, demanding large ransoms for their return", a local Iraqi said.

Citing a recent example, another local said, "20 passengers of a bus were abducted and taken to Iran. Afterwards, the kidnappers posing as middlemen offered to help the victims' relatives, asking for large sums of money as rewards".

Tehran, Iran, Mar. 29, 2006 – Radical Islamists in Iran's western province of Lorestan were invited during a ceremony on Wednesday to enlist in garrisons to carry out suicide attacks against the United States.
The government-run news agency Mehr reported that the organisation comprised of "religious delegations" and "martyrdom-seeking garrisons".

The radical group said that it was prepared to "carry out its real duties" on the orders of Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.

Another state-organised group, which avowedly trains suicide bombers against "Western infidels and Zionists", recently announced that it had enlisted 53,900 people to carry out "martyrdom-seeking operations".

The Headquarters to Commemorate Martyrs of the Global Islamic Movement, an organisation set up by Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps in 2004, offers volunteers three choices: To carry out suicide attacks against "the infidels occupying Iraq", against Israel, or against controversial British author Salman Rushdie.

A special branch inside Iran's Foreign Ministry is responsible for assisting the Qods Force in bringing in foreign recruits. The recruits first travel to third countries where they are given new passports by Iranian agents to facilitate their entry into Iran. Upon finishing their training course, the new agents leave Iran for third countries from where they use their genuine passports to return to their countries of origin or where missions are planned.

The list of the bases used for training terrorists identified for Iran Focus are as follows:

1) Imam Ali Training Garrison, Tajrish Square, Tehran,
2) Bahonar Garrison, Chalous Street, close to the dam of Karaj,
3) Qom's Ali-Abad Garrison, Tehran-Qom highway,
4) Mostafa Khomeini Garrison, Eshrat-Abad district, Tehran,
5) Crate Camp Garrison, 40 kilometres from the Ahwaz-Mahshar highway,
6) Fateh Qani-Hosseini Garrison, between Tehran and Qom
7) Qayour Asli Garrison, 30 kilometres from Ahwaz-Khorramshahr highway,
8) Abouzar Garrison, Qaleh-Shahin district, Ahwaz, Khuzestan province
9) Hezbollah Garrison, Varamin, east of Tehran
10) Eezeh Training Garrison
11) Amir-ol-Momenin Garrison, Ban-Roushan, Ilam province
12) Kothar Training Garrison, Dezful Street, Shoushtar, Khuzestan province
13) Imam Sadeq Garrison, Qom
14) Lavizan Training Centre, north-east Tehran
15) Abyek Training Centre, west of Tehran
16) Dervish Training Centre, 18 kilometres from the Ahwaz-Mahshar highway,
17) Qazanchi Training Centre, Ravansar-Kermanshah-Kamyaran tri-junction,
18) Beit-ol-Moqaddas University, Qom
19) Navab Safavi School, Ahwaz
20) Nahavand Training Centre, 45 kilometres from Nahavand, western Iran

I think that should do it.. for now.. but if you need more, do not hesitate to let me know..there are, according to Google..25,700,000 under Iranian terrorists. And now you know why we believe terrorism and Iran go hand in hand.

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