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Ist das schon der Tod den wir gerade erleben fragt ein kleines Kind seine Mutter ?
Sie erwidert Nein mein Kind wir Eziden werden getestet Gott weiß das wir stark sind nun will er uns noch stärker machen... Wir eziden haben noch nie in Frieden leben dürfen 74 Genozide mussten wir über uns ergehen lassen. Nie haben wir einen menschen wegen seiner Religion oder seinen aussehen ermordet,gefoltert oder sonst was!
Aber wir werden systematisch ermordet und vernichtet!!! Wir sagen es reicht!!! Hoch die internationale Solidarität
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be_eshgh_baghiatallah Nojeh is the name of a garrison near the city of Hamedan in Iran in which a coup against the regime had been planned. The American secret service, CIA had made all necessary preparations for the coup and had installed the commanding headquarters in Paris under supervision from Shapour Bakhtiar while having the confirmation from one of the top clerics of the time, Ayatollah Shariatmadari. Millions of dollars had been spent and part of the declaration previously prepared to be read at the radio on July, 12 was as follows: "Dear fellows. Time has come. Iran's patriotic army has toppled the rotten Mullah regime. All units of the armed forces, gendarmerie, and the police have declared their unity and any resistance will be suppressed toughly..."
According to the plan, key places including Ayatollah Khomeini's residence would be bombed while commando teams were to seize the TV station and army headquarters. But an army pilot and an officer warned the authorities regarding the plan two days before the operation. Briefly an elite team from the Revolutionary Guards and army commandos is formed to neutralize the operation. They take the Nojeh garrison under siege and arrest the coup elements. All army personnel involved in the coup were put on trial and executed. 27 years before, a similar CIA backed coup which was much less sophisticated toppled the democratic regime of Dr. Mosaddegh on August, 19, 1953...
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be_eshgh_baghiatallah In the previous post we spoke about the embassy of America in Iran..
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When the Americans who were working in the embassy, saw that the students are trying to enter the building, tried to wash out the documants which were hidden in the building. Some documants were burnt and some were cut into pieces.but the students could find some and attach the rest to eachother.
Some years later this documants were published in 74 books, including:
1.Eavesdropping the conversations of the Iranian politicians and sending them to CIA.
2. Cooperating with Israel and Britain to defeat the revolution.
3. Terroring the founders of Islamic revolution and kidnapping Imam Khomeini, the leader of the Revolution.
4. Establishing another regime in Iran by a coup or a militrastic attack, etc...
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After this great disclosure, Imam Khomeini called the embassy of America as the American spying Nest...
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be_eshgh_baghiatallah On November 4, 1979, a group of Iranian students stormed the U.S. Embassy in Tehran, taking more than 60 American hostages. The immediate cause of this action was President Jimmy Carter’s decision to allow Iran’s deposed Shah, a pro-Western autocrat who had been expelled from his country some months before, to come to the United States for cancer treatment. However, the hostage-taking was about more than the Shah’s medical care: it was a dramatic way for the student revolutionaries to declare a break with Iran’s past and an end to American interference in its affairs. It was also a way to raise the intra- and international profile of the revolution’s leader, the anti-American cleric Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini. The students set their hostages free on January 21, 1981, 444 days after the crisis began and just hours after President Ronald Reagan delivered his inaugural address. Many historians believe that hostage crisis cost Jimmy Carter a second term as president.
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Operation Eagle Claw (or Operation Evening Light or Operation Rice Bowl) was a United States Armed Forces operation ordered by US President Jimmy Carter to attempt to end the Iran hostage crisis by rescuing 52 diplomats held captive at the embassy of the United States, Tehran on 24 April 1980. Its failure, and the humiliating public debacle that ensued, damaged US prestige worldwide. Carter concluded that the failure to free the hostages played a major role in Ronald Reagan's victory in the 1980 US presidential election.

The operation encountered many obstacles and was eventually aborted. Eight helicopters were sent to the first staging area, Desert One, but only five arrived in operational condition. One encountered hydraulic problems, another got caught in a cloud of very fine sand, and the last one showed signs of a cracked rotor blade. During planning it was decided that the mission would be aborted if fewer than six helicopters remained, despite only four being absolutely necessary. In a move that is still discussed in military circles, the commanders asked President Carter for permission to abort and Carter granted the request...



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be_eshgh_baghiatallah stopping the Islamic Republic Revolution : .
In 1978, the last days of Iran's Shah's kingdom, Robert E.Huyser, American high-ranking general, entered Iran secretly without informing the Shah and governmant.
The interesting point is that Shah himself was informed after 20 days.
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The missions of Huyser in Iran:
1.increasing the loyality of Iran's army to the state of Bakhtiyar.
2.performing a militaristic coup against the Islamic Republic Revolution.
3.Controlling the desicions of Iranian army generals.
Also according to the statemants of William Sullivan, the last American ambassador in Iran, removing the spying base of the Soviet in the borders, exiting the complicated American weapons from Iran and breaching the weapon trading contracts, were his other missions.
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In his memoir ''Mission to Tehran'', Huyser called the mission '' one that started with desperation and disunity and ended in disaster'' , but praised the performance of US personnel...
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be_eshgh_baghiatallah The 1953 Iranian coup d'état, known in Iran as the 28 Mordad coup, was the overthrow of the democratically elected Prime Minister of Iran Mohammad Mosaddegh on 19 August 1953, masterminded by the United States (under the name TPAJAX Project) and backed by the United Kingdom (under the name "Operation Boot"). Mossadegh had sought to audit the documents of the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company (AIOC), a British corporation (now BP) and to limit the company's control over Iranian petroleum reserves. Upon the refusal of the AIOC to co-operate with the Iranian government, the parliament (Majlis) voted to nationalize Iran's oil industry and to expel foreign corporate representatives from the country. Following the coup in 1953, a military government under General Fazlollah Zahedi was formed which allowed Mohammad-Rezā Shāh Pahlavi, the Shah of Iran (Persian for an Iranian king),[8] to effectively rule the country as an absolute monarch. He relied heavily on United States support to hold on to power until his own overthrow in February 1979. In August 2013, 60 years after, the American Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) admitted that it was in charge of both the planning and the execution of the coup, including the bribing of Iranian politicians, security and army high-ranking officials, as well as pro-coup propaganda. The CIA is quoted acknowledging the coup was carried out "under CIA direction" and "as an act of U.S. foreign policy, conceived and approved at the highest levels of government..
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Masoud Barzani condemned the capture and demanded the quick release of Iranians.Kurdistani government was reportedly unaware of the US plans to raid the Iranian liaison office and did not know the purpose of the operation. After raiding the office, the US forces headed for Eikawa district, which hosts foreign companies and countries' representatives. Security forces of the Democratic Party of Kurdistan (KDP) reportedly surrounded three US military vehicles to prevent them from further action.

Iran's Foreign Ministry spokesman Mohammad Ali Hosseini told state-run radio the raid was against a diplomatic mission since the presence of Iranian staffers in Arbil was legal. Hosseini said the action by coalition forces reflected a continuation of pressure on Iran, aiming to "create tension" between Iraq and its neighbors.

In Tehran, Iran summoned the ambassadors of Iraq and Switzerland (which represents US interests in Iran) over the consulate raid.

The UN Secretary General's described the incident as "disputes between individual states". A UN spokesman said "We've left it to the respective countries to work it out among themselves ... Ultimately it's up to Security Council members themselves to determine how its resolutions get implemented." On March 10 at a meeting of envoys in Baghdad the Iranian delegation raised the issue of the five detained Iranians. A US spokesman said that Iraq had asked the US side to investigate the circumstances involving the detention. Iran says it was assured by Iraq that the five would be released by March 21, the Iranian new year.

Some claim that the increased diplomatic tension created by this incident lead to the Iranian seizure of 15 Royal Navy personnel in a border dispute two months later.
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antizionism_antizionism Status of office

The Iranian liaison office in Arbil has been active and operating since 1992. The various governments dispute the exact status of the office.

According to Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari, the detained Iranians had been working in Arbil with official sanction, and the liaison office was in the process of becoming a full consulate; however the office was yet to be classified as a consulate with diplomatic protection.

Iran states that based on an agreement between the Governments of Iran and Iraq its status was officially changed to a Consulate General, and official note verbale (diplomatic notes) were exchanged between the two countries accordingly. According to the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations consulates enjoy immunity and all members of the U.N. have to respect such immunity.

Officials of the Kurdistan Regional Government said that consular activities, such as the issuance of visas, had been carried out by the office staff since 1992, and they were treated as if they were accredited diplomats.

The U.S. State Department spokesman Sean McCormack said the detainees were not diplomats.
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antizionism_antizionism THE RAID:
According to Iranian officials, five U.S. helicopters landed on the roof of the liaison office in Arbil. U.S. soldiers entered the building, detained five people and took away materials. The raid occurred between 3 to 5 a.m., when the U.S. troops entered the liaison office after disarming the guards.Two senior local Kurdish officials said the forces confiscated computers and documents.

In a report which was later confirmed by Massoud Barzani, the President of the Kurdistan Regional Government,The Independent noted that instead of the current captives, the U.S. had hoped to capture the deputy head of the Iranian Supreme National Security Council, Mohammed Jafari, and chief of intelligence of the IRGC, General Manuchehr Frouzandeh, who were on an official visit to Iraq ostensibly to improve co-operation in the area of bilateral security, during which they met the Iraqi President Jalal Talabani. Barzani stated: "They (the commanders) came here and they came openly. Their meetings with the president and myself were reported on television. The Americans came to detain this delegation, not the people in the office. They came to the wrong place at the wrong time." It was also reported that U.S. troops attempted to detain people at the Arbil airport that same day, but Kurdish forces intervened. Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari said that there was almost a confrontation between U.S. and Kurdish troops at the airport but that "a massacre was avoided at the last minute." The raid took place within hours of U.S. President George W. Bush claiming "Iran is providing material support for attacks on American troops" in an address to the nation.

This was not the first time the United States had arrested alleged IRGC members in Iraq. A few weeks before, on 29 December, U.S. forces in Iraq released alleged Iranian IRGC members who were detained for alleged weapons smuggling after a raid conducted 21 December in Baghdad.
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antizionism_antizionism U.S. raid on the Iranian Liaison Office in Arbil

The US raid on the Iranian Liaison Office in Arbil refers to the events of 11 January 2007 when the US military raided the Iranian Liaison Office (which was in the process of becoming accredited as an officially recognized consulate) in Arbil, Iraq, ostensibly to detain two senior Iranian officials but capturing five mid-level diplomats instead.The US government's position is that the office was used by the Iranian Revolutionary Guards as a local headquarters. However, both Iranian and Kurdish Autonomous Region officials state that it was a diplomatic mission in the city of Arbil (Irbil) in Iraqi Kurdistan.

On July 9, 2009, US authorities released the five diplomats (Mohsen Bagheri, Mahmoud Farhadi, Majid Ghaemi, Majid Dagheri and Abbas Jami), after more than two and a half years imprisonment.The US said this action was required under the U.S.-Iraq Status of Forces Agreement.
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