Friday , 22 June 2018

Terrorist organisation threaten Dr Seyed Mostafa Azmayesh

Dr. Seyed Mostafa Azmayesh, the spokesman of the Gonabadi Dervishes outside of Iran and the founder of International Organisation to Preserve Human Rights is threatened by the terrorist organisation of Sepah Quds in Iran.

Sepah Quds, the main terrorist organisation of the Iranian regime responsible for assassinations outside the borders of Iran, released a short video clip on 5th of March about the Gonabadi Sudi order portraying them as uncivil and immoral Sufi order and connecting it to Dr Seyed Mostafa Azmayesh the spokesman of this Sufi order abroad and finally attributing the leadership of recent protests against the regime in Iran to Dr Azmayesh and fabricating lies of his corporation with the enemies of Iranian regime practically threatening Dr Azmayesh to death.

Quds is a section of IRGC Intelligence responsible for terrorist actions outside of Iran.

The foreign covert action and intelligence group was known originally as
“birun marzi”-outside the borders- or Department 9000. When it was
officially established in 1990, IRGC leaders settled on the name Quds
Force, of which al-Quds is the Arabic name for Jerusalem and implies that
they will one day liberate the holy city. It is enabled by Article 154 in
the Constitution which should be quoted verbatim, “Accordingly, while
scrupulously refraining from all forms of interference in the internal
affairs of other nations, it supports the just struggles of the freedom
fighters against the oppressors in every corner of the globe.”

While the Quds force officially began in 1990, the IRGC began establishing
proxy groups years before. Since those groups are now under the command of
Quds, we will address them here. The first operation began in Lebanon,
where an unstable government, large Shi’a population, and partial
occupation by Israel created the perfect opportunity for `exporting the
revolution.’ In a reversal of the support Khomenei loyalists received a
few years earlier, the IRGC sent two dozen trainers to southern Lebanon
through Damascus in 1982. Probably among these were the clandestine
founders of Hezbollah, the most infamous terrorist group of that decade.

The Quds General Staff for the Export of the Revolution direct
operations. This political staff has a series of directorates for
overseas operations: Iraq; Palestine, Lebanon and Jordan; Turkey; the
Indian subcontinent including Afghanistan; Western countries; North
Africa; the Arabian Peninsula; and the Former Soviet Union. The Quds
force also has operations in Bosnia, Chechnya, North and South America,
Europe, Northern Africa, including the Horn, the Palestinian Territories,
Afghanistan, Iraq, Kuwait, Yemen and Saudi Arabia.