Saturday, March 11, 2006

Axis of Evil: al Qaeada - Taliban - Iran

Der Iran dürfte wohl das nächste Ziel im War on Terror sein. Zumindest sollten wir hoffen dass dem so sein wird und die USA oder Israel den Bau von Atomwaffen verhindern. Man mag gar nicht daran denken was passieren würde, wenn die Mullahs in den Besitz einer Atombombe kämen.

Dass man im Iran nichts gegen Massenmord an Juden und Amerikanern, gegen Suicide Bombing und Djihad einzuwenden hat, dürfte ohnehin bekannt sein. Dennoch sind die Beziehungen der iranischen Mullahs zu denjenigen, die sich am Djihad gegen die USA beteiligen, beachtlich.

Verbindungen die der Iran mit jenen Islamisten aufgenommen hat, die sich am Djihad gegen die USA beteiligen.


Iran secretly agreed to assist the Taliban in its war against U.S. forces in October 2001, according to the transcript of a high-level Taliban official's tribunal session at Guatanamo Bay, Cuba. The seven-page transcript, as well as thousands of pages of similar documents, was released by the Pentagon on March 3 in response to litigation brought by the Associated Press.

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An adviser to [Herat] warlord Ismail Khan told TIME that shortly before the U.S. bombing campaign began in October, a high-ranking Iranian official connected to the hard-line supreme leader Ayatollah Khameini had been dispatched to Kabul to offer secret sanctuary to Taliban and al Qaeda fugitives. The Iranian official was apparently trapped in Kabul during the bombing, and remained there until the
Northern Alliance took control of the city. Although the Iranians despised the Taliban for their persecution of Shiite Muslims in Afghanistan, their hatred for the U.S. may have run deeper.

And, according to sources in Herat, the Taliban and al Qaeda took the Iranians up on their offer. Shortly before Herat's Taliban garrison fled in November, a convoy of 50 off-road vehicles carrying some 250 senior Taliban and al Qaeda members allegedly crossed over into Iran, using a smugglers' route through the hills about 20 miles north of the city.

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