Posts Tagged ‘Jundallah’

News and views from around the web posted to the Wonderland Wire:

(more…)

News and views from around the web posted to the Wonderland Wire:

(more…)

News and views from around the web posted to the Wonderland Wire:

(more…)

News and views from around the web posted to the Wonderland Wire:

(more…)

U.S.-backed Jundallah leader tells Press TV U.S. and Israeli agents hired the group to carry out a hitlist.

(more…)

News and views from around the web posted to the Wonderland Wire:

(more…)

Former C.I.A. analyst Ray McGovern’s article at AntiWar.com sums the strongly reported ties between the U.S. government and Jundallah, a Balochi separatist group dubbed as a terrorist organiztation, in light of the Iranian government’s arrest of its leader.

(more…)

As more damning evidence of the U.S. government’s guidance of Jundallah surfaces, the Pentagon brushes it off as any American of the political class would: don’t look at the evidence, silly, look at the silly brownish people you already don’t like.

(more…)

Jundallah, a U.S. backed terrorist group to spark ‘regime change’ in Iran, claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing killing at least 49, including dozens of civilians and several officials within the Iran Revolutionary Guard Corps. The brother of the group’s leader, in Iran custody, tells Iranian state media Amanollah-Khan Rigi is its contact to the U.S. government.

(more…)

Jundallah has claimed responsibility for attacking a “unity gathering between Sunni and Shia tribal leaders”. The rising death toll was last reported at 49.

(more…)

Former U.N. weapons inspector Scott Ritter discussed the latest farce surrounding Iran civilian nuclear program with Scott Horton at AntiWar Radio, Tuesday (49:08):

(more…)

Anne Applebaum makes the case for a U.S. taxpayer-funded “human rights campaign that battles Iran from within”.

(more…)

Brian Ross for ABC News in 2007 and Seymour Hersh for The New Yorker in 2008 reported the Bush Administration’s Presidential Finding enacting a C.I.A. plan to use propaganda to push regime change in Iran. Democrats in Congress backed the $400 million dollar appropriation. The July ’08 article by Mr. Hersh quotes a member of the House Appropriations Committee: “[I]t will take another year before we get the intelligence activities under control…. We control the money and they can’t do anything without the money. Money is what it’s all about. But I’m very leery of this Administration.” (more…)