onsdag, september 28, 2011

Iransk terrorist med svenskt pass

Mullan Mohammed Habib al-Muqdad
i Bahrain är svensk medborgare och
iransk agent. Han tillhör iranska
revolutionsgardets nätverk som ska
försöka erövra den lilla Gulfstaten, som
enligt Tehran är Irans 14:e provins...
Mulla al-Muqadad avtjänar nu livstids
fängelse för terrorbrott i Bahrain.
på onsdagen domarna mot de 21 
ledande terrorister som dömdes
tidigare i år för försök att störta
landets regering.

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KUWAIT CITY, Aug 21: Bahrain’s security service
has reportedly notified its counterparts in Kuwait,
Saudi Arabia and Gulf states about some armed
terrorist groups’ plans to launch sabotage operations
in these countries in case Iran is attacked due to
its nuclear file, reports Al-Qabas daily.
Informed sources said the Bahraini intelligence
report was prepared on the basis of confessions
of a terrorist network of some 250 people arrested
in Bahrain a few days ago and they reportedly
admitted to belonging to a military body of a state
in the region and that there is coordination between
them and the sleeping cells in Kuwait and Saudi Arabia.
Sources said security authorities in Kuwait took this
information seriously and are taking necessary security
measures and precautions.
According to sources, these terrorist groups are trained
to clash with special forces and riot police, and 40-50
groups trained to launch violent and sabotage operations
are in Kuwait.
“The plan of these sabotage groups is to begin with a
peaceful demonstration denouncing the military
aggression against Iran in the event of a strike and
then start acts of violence and set fire to institutions a
nd enterprises; bomb electrical transformers, other
infrastructure and raid malls in order to create public
disorder,” said the sources.
Sources added that these terrorist groups spread in
Gulf states and one of these groups had recently
been seized in Bahrain. The members of the group
admitted to receiving small and medium firearms
from one of the countries that has an interest in
destabilizing the region, and these terrorist elements
are fully aware of vital and sensitive sites, and have
knowledge of the whereabouts of foreign communities
in Kuwait and other Gulf countries.
Moreover, sources said, Bahrain’s intelligence report
states that terrorist groups in Kuwait and other Gulf
countries include nationals and expatriates, and
 there is direct coordination between them and a
military body of a state in the region and there is a
liaison officer for each group to exchange
information and carry out instructions.
Sources revealed that there is coordination between
the security authorities of Kuwait and Bahrain to
exchange information and take necessary precautions.
The sources also pointed out that Kuwait’s Interior
Ministry cannot arrest any terrorist group unless it
has complete information and evidence.
The situation is being monitored and security
authorities are closely following the results of
investigations being conducted with members
of the network in Bahrain, they said, adding
some of the members were ready to strike
tourist sites, resorts and hotels in case Iran
was attacked.