[Mb-civic] FW: Regime change in Iran

Barbara Siomos barbarasiomos38 at webtv.net
Mon Sep 20 15:40:04 PDT 2004

Well Robin..... here is your prediction....

>Date: Mon, Sep 20, 2004, 5:12pm 
>From: Golsorkhi <grgolsorkhi at earthlink.net> 
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>Subject: [Mb-civic] FW: Regime change in Iran

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From: "Farhad Sepahbody" <monsoon at esedona.net>
Date: Mon, 20 Sep 2004 09:17:23 -0700
To: <grgolsorkhi at earthlink.net>
Subject: Regime change in Iran
  SEPTEMBER  15, 2004 21:54
by Sung-Won Joo (swon at donga.com <mailto:swon at donga.com> )   
Amidst rising suspicions regarding Iran's nuclear
weapons development, a news report was released
suggesting that  U.S. military training is  underway
with the aim of toppling the Iranian government.

On  September 14, UPI quoted a source saying, "Under the premise of
not  entering an all-out war with Iran, U.S.  special forces are
training to topple the regime by penetrating the nation  and
cooperating with Iranian dissidents."  UPI  reported that the training
was taking place in Tampa, Florida,  where the central command's
military base that is responsible for the  Middle East region is

UPI  forecasted, "The regime change is a top priority for the neo-cons
of the  George W. Bush administration and will become a national task
of the  U.S. government if President  Bush is reelected in the
November election."  The  report suggests that the U.S. has erased
Iranian  dissident group Mujaheddin E Khalq  (MEK) from the State
Department's terrorist groups list a few  months ago, and secretly
proceeded with military training thereafter for  the regime change.
MEK  was classified as a terrorist group for killing U.S.
 officials, but it is said that the neo-cons of the U.S. Defense
Department  recently judged that the group could be used to topple the
Iranian regime.   

The  neo-cons believe that MEK could be used in a similar way to the
Iraq  National Congress (INC). INC contributed to the victory of the
Iraqi War  by providing important information within Iraq to the U.S.
  UPI  reported, "Currently in the Middle East, an 'October Clash
Theory' is  emerging, asserting that President Bush will deploy
Israeli air forces  next month to attack Iran's Bushehr nuclear power
 plant, which is suspected of developing nuclear weapons. There are
rumors  that the Israeli Air Force is training for air raids with
downsized  imitations of the nuclear plant set up in the Negev
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