måndag, december 27, 2010

Iranska moskéer i Väst fungerar som subversiva center

Vi har skrivit åtskilliga gånger om hur
de talrika iranska moskéerna och "kultur-
centran" i Västvärlden fungerar som
subversiva center för att sprida mullornas
perversa shiaideologi. Illa utsatta är bl a
Tyskland, Danmark och Sverige....
En nyckelroll spelar Pasdaran, revolutions-
gardet, som bl a bemannar de hittills 68
s k Imam Ali-centran. Just nu byggs ett
nytt sådant i Köpenhamn, kombinerat
med en ny stormoské.
Därför är det särskilt intressant när en
CIA-agent "Reza Khalili" framträder och
berättar om vad som sker bakom moskérnas
slutna dörrar. Han har infiltrerat Pasdaran
under lång tid.


Då intervjuns hörbarhet är dålig:

Här är en utskrift

Reza Khalili: Mosques are supposed to be a

place for prayer. A place for submission to God.

But they are used as a recruitment center, for

backdoor meetings, transfer of arms and cash

and putting together terrorist activities and I

was involved in some of their meetings.
Erick Stakelbeck: You made a key point, that

Iran used mosques and Islamic cultural centers

in the West to further its agenda...could you

get a little bit more specific about that? How

does Iran uses mosques here in the U.S. and

in Europe to plot terrorism?
Khalili: I can tell you from experience: I was

part of the operation, I was involved in the

Islamic community, and I can tell you clearly

that out of mosques, there was a big effort

within the Afghan communities by the Iranian

Revolutionary Guards members--and with

Pakistanis, Turks and others. And they would

recruit from them, they would transfer cash

and arms. And mosques provided a safe haven,

and actually, in my view, were one of the

centers of the operation. So if an intelligence

agency such as the CIA infiltrates a mosque

and understands that there is a specific Guards

member who runs it, then actually they could

be very successful in drawing a chart of all the

terrorist activities in that specific region. That's

how central the mosque operation was.
Stakelbeck.: And that's in Europe--you were

involved in some of these operations in Europe.

How about the U.S.?
Khalili: It's absolutely the same. They recruit,

they train, they sell the ideology of martyrdom,

and many, many are guided and connected to

terrorist groups. And you've seen this: many U.S.

born citizens, Muslims, unfortunately, have been

sold this idea and are sent to Al Qaeda camps or

others. But the Iranians are very active in this

country through the mosques and Islamic cultural

centers to make those connections and run those



Hela intervjun finns hos vännen Snaphanen.