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Secret war with Iran continues...!

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by Kwetunikwetu, Oct 7, 2009.

  1. Kwetunikwetu

    Kwetunikwetu JF-Expert Member

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    Iran FM accuses US in nuke scientist disappearance

    By ALI AKBAR DAREINI, Associated Press Writer – 33 mins ago

    TEHRAN, Iran – Iran's foreign minister accused the United States on Wednesday of involvement in the disappearance of an Iranian nuclear scientist in Saudi Arabia earlier this year.

    Scientist Shahram Amiri vanished during a pilgrimage to the Saudi kingdom in late May, Iranian authorities have said. Relatives quoted in Iranian media have said Amiri researches medical uses of nuclear technology at a Tehran university.

    His disappearance came months before the revelation of a second uranium enrichment facility that Iran has been building near the city of Qom, raising speculation that Amiri may have given the West information on it or other parts of the nuclear program. Relatives said Amiri was not involved in the broader nuclear program beyond his research.

    The United States and some of its allies accuse Iran of secretly seeking to develop nuclear weapons, a claim Iran denies, saying its program is intended only to produce electricity.

    Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki said Amiri had been arrested and accused the United States of a role.

    "We've obtained documents about U.S. involvement over Shahram Amiri's disappearance," Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki said Wednesday, according to the semiofficial Fars news agency.

    "We hold Saudi Arabia responsible for Shahram Amiri's situation and consider the U.S. to be involved in his arrest," Mottaki said, quoted by the official IRNA news agency.

    Iran has asked Saudi Arabia for information on Amiri's whereabouts but has received no reply, Foreign Ministry spokesman Hasan Qashqavi said earlier this week.

    The Arab newspaper Asharq Al-Awsat, which is owned by Saudi businessmen, reported last week that Mottaki made a formal complaint to U.N. chief Ban Ki-moon about the disappearances of Amiri and three other Iranians in recent years, some of whom it feared may have provided nuclear information to the West. Qashqavi this week denied the complaint made any mention of the nuclear issue.

    Last month, Iran revealed that it was building the new enrichment facility outside Qom, bringing U.S. and European accusations that it had been hiding the project. Tehran denied it sought to deceive the U.N. nuclear watchdog, saying it revealed the site earlier than required under its deals with the agency. The agency disagrees.

    Iran opened landmark negotiations with the United States and other world powers last week over its nuclear program and has agreed to allow U.N. inspectors into the Qom facility on Oct. 25. It also is discussing a proposal to send some of its enriched uranium abroad for further enrichment to use in a research reactor in Tehran.

    Source: http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20091007/ap_on_re_mi_ea/ml_iran_nuclear_scientist
     
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    Na MwenyeziMungu ajaalie stop!! ya hivi vita vya siri, na asivizuie bali aviruhusu vita haaassswa!! vije katika dhahiri, ili siri ifuchuke, si ndio vizuri kila kitu kuwa wazi bwanaa???. Ya Saddam na WMD yameshafichuka, uwongo na unafiki mtupu, hata hivyo Mwenyezi Mungu bado anawapururia waongo na wanafiki kama kishada (kite) kinavyoelea na upepo, masikiiiin, wa kuyachukulia hatua za haki hakuna, sio UN, Kofi Annan, Ban Ki Moo, Ocampo au mpuuzi yeyote, wote fyoko!!! Walilobakia Wairaqi kufanya, ni kurusha viatu tu. Sasa safari hii siri ikishafichuka bado mnategemea watu watarusha viatu tuuu???. Hapa, nafikiri upo mchezo tunausubiri hapa. Na kama mchezo wenyewe sio huo na Iran, basi yes, mchezo mwengine utakaofuata baada yake utakuwa kabambe kweli kweli, maana kama alivyowapururia Mwenyezi Mungu hivyo hivyo watu wa Firauni, Aad na Thamuud, mkito wao (their plunge) kutoka kileleni mwa kiburi huwa historia kuuuubwa duniani.

    Na unajua Kwetunikwetu!! mwenye kiburi amelaanika, huporomoshwa na yale yale anayojidanganyia kwamba ni mafanikio. All in all, bahati yao watakaopata kiasi cha miaka kati ya 20-30 ya maisha kutoka sasa, pengine watayaona.

    Na ole wao, tena ole wao kwa "Saudi puppetts" kama wametumia sehemu takatifu kwa waislamu kama Makka Mukarrama kwa kuwafurahishia mabwana zao, makufaar. Huu ni unafiki. Na Mwenyezi Mungu atawadhihirisha zaidi. Tofauti iliyopo baina ya Shia na Sunni wal-Jamaa iko wazi na saafi, NI AQEEDA, aqeeda yao inawapoteza na aqeeda yetu inatuongoza. Na yaliyobaki baada ya hapo, Allah anatusisitiza na Mtume wake ametufundisha ku-deal na walimwengu kwa haki, usawa na bila ya upendeleo, na sio mahala petu patakatifu kupafanya ndio centre ya kupitishia uchokozi wa makafiri na mayahudi dhidi ya mwengine yeyote wasiokubaliana nae. Ni sanctuary ya waumini waislamu, sio ya kufuru, uzayuni au ushirikina.

    Ni wanafiki. Na Ahlu Sunna wal-Jmaaa hawamuhitaji yeyote isipokuwa Allah na mafundisho ya Mtume (SAW) katika kuhimili usalama wao, maisha na mali zao. Kwa hawa puppetts kujidai kutujengea dhana kwamba eti hao mabwana zao, makafiri wanawasaidia Ahlu Sunna wal-Jamaa dhidi ya Shia!!! ni top ya nifaaq (unafiki) ya vizazi vya karibuni (recent generations). Ukweli ni kwamba na kila mtu anajua kuwa wanaosaidiwa na kulindwa ni wao wenyewe binafsi na familia zao katika kuwazorotesha na kuwapunguzia kasi na kuwarudisha nyuma waislamu, na kufisadi mali ya waislamu. Hata wanayoyafanya ambayo yana sura ya uislamu, basi Allah ndiyo mwenye kudarubini nia ndani ya nyoyo za watu, lakini yana mwelekeo huo huo wa maslahi yao binafsi mbele, na maslahi ya uislamu na waislamu nyuma, unafiki mwingi, ukweli kidoogo.

    Bora siri imwagike, na vita vipiganwe, na tujue moja. Unaseamje?

    Natoa hoja
     
  3. Kwetunikwetu

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    duh mzee umetoa vina.....!
     
  4. Kwetunikwetu

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    CIA: Israel helped expose covert Iran nuclear facility

    By Yossi Melman, Haaretz Correspondent

    Israeli intelligence was involved in editing and creating the sanitized version of information about Iran's recently revealed secret uranium enrichment facility near Qom.

    The revelation comes in an interview given by the director of the Central Intelligence Agency Leon Panetta to TIME magazine.

    Panetta said that the CIA had known about the facility for at least three years. The CIA chief said he was preparing a dossier which was formulated in concert with British, Israeli, and French intelligence agencies. Advertisement


    If necessary, the document would be presented to the UN's nuclear watchdog, the International Atomic Energy, and to be used in briefings for the international community.


    Fearing that some of the information would be leaked, and in order to protect sources, the dossier was edited and sanitized by the CIA, which received help from Israeli intelligence officials.

    Panetta also revealed that the U.S. intelligence community shared its knowledge about the Qom facility with British and French intelligence agencies months ago, adding that those agencies had also been on the lookout for the secret plant.

    http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/1119615.html
     
  5. Kwetunikwetu

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    Iranian nuke defections offer peek at shadow war

    By Yossi Melman, Haaretz Correspondent

    The latest reports of senior nuclear scientists defecting from Iran to the West have caused considerable embarrassment and concern to the regime in Tehran.

    The reports first broke in Londown-based newspaper Al-Sharq al-Awsat, and were followed up in the Iranian media.

    The reports suggest that at least one scientist, Shahram Amiri, who worked on nuclear research and development, defected several months ago to the west during the hajj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia. Advertisement


    One more person, whose identity and specialization remains unclear - he may have been a scientist or held another key position in Iran's nuclear program - may have also defected, this time during a visit to Georgia.

    It is also not yet clear what types of information the defectors had access to, or to what extent they had important positions in the Iranian nuclear program.

    However, the fact that Iran's Foreign Minister, Manouchehr Mottaki accused the United States of involvement in the disappearance of Amiri, and of Saudi Arabia of responsibility for his fate, suggests that the reports are well founded.

    These defections are added to the most important one in years: In 2007 the deputy Defense Minister and a senior officer in the Revolutionary Guard, Ali Askari, defected to the West. Askari had access to the highest levels of classified information in the Iranian regime.

    These defections, and possibly others that have not been publicized, are indications of the ongoing shadow war between Western intelligence agencies and the security and intelligence services of Iran.

    Western governments consider Iran's bid to achieve nuclear weapons capability and its support for terrorist groups like Hamas, Hezbollah and Al-Qaida, a threat to international peace and stability. As such, Western intelligence agencies, including those of the United States, Britain, Germany and France, are involved in a massive effort to collect as much data as possible on these Iranian activities.

    In recent years, espionage has been conducted with the intensified use of specialized satellites, a field in which the United States has the technological and numerical lead.

    Nonetheless, in spite the technological possibilities for gathering intelligence, the ability to have access to human intelligence, agents and spies, remains unrivaled. Every intelligence service seeks to gain access to such persons, preferably situated as deep as possible in the enemy organizations.

    As such, defections are not necessarily considered a success but a last resort, and it usually stems from an agent feeling that he has been compromised. But defectors who had not been agents, irrespective of the information they can provide, constitute a major psychological blow to the enemy.

    http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/1119818.html
     
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