جراحت شديد سليماني سركرده نيروي قدس و كشته شدن شمار زيادي از سرتيپ پاسدارها در #سوريه

بر اساس گزارشهاي رسيده از درون سپاه پاسداران، پاسدار قاسم سليماني سركرده جنايتكار نيروي تروريستي قدس دوIMG_20150813_173603 هفته پيش در جبهه جنوبي حلب از چند نقطه از جمله سر به خاطر اصابت تركش به شدت مجروح شده است. خودروي قاسم سليماني كه بر عمليات پاسداران و ديگر نيروهاي مزدور نظارت مي كرد، توسط ارتش آزاد سوريه مورد آتشباري قرار گرفت.

بر اثر شدت جراحتهای وارده او بلافاصله توسط هلي كوپتر پاسداران به دمشق برده شد و پس از معالجات اوليه به تهران انتقال يافت و در بيمارستان موسوم به« بقيه الله» متعلق به سپاه پاسداران در خيابان ملاصدراي تهران بستري شد و تا كنون حداقل دو بار مورد عمل جراحي قرار گرفته است. وي در طبقه هفتم اين بيمارستان، در بخش مراقبتهاي ويژه (بخشC7 ) بستري و ممنوع الملاقات است. گروه پزشكان جراح به رياست دكتر غلامرضا فرزانگان متخصص اعصاب و مغز بر وضعیت او نظارت دارند، دكتر عليرضا جلالي رئيس بيمارستان بقيه الله به طور مستقيم وضعيت سليماني را دنبال مي كند. رئيس بخش C7 دكتر امير داوودي است و پاسدار شيخي رئيس هماهنگ كننده بخش C7 است.

حفاظت اطلاعات سپاه پاسداران، مقررات شديدي را براي جلوگيري از درز اطلاعات مربوط به مجروح شدن قاسم سليماني اعمال مي كند و كليه پرسنل بيمارستان را از هرگونه پاسخگويي نسبت به وضعيت او منع كرده است. رژيم آخوندي نگران است كه خبر مجروح شدن پاسدار سليماني باعث شود كه پاسداران و شبه نظاميان جنايتكار در سوريه روحيه خود را به طور كامل از دست بدهند. پاسداران هم اكنون نيز در اثر تلفات گسترده یي كه در دو ماه گذشته در سوريه متحمل شده اند وحشتزده و نگرانند.

در حاليكه انقلاب مردم سوريه به زودي وارد ششمين سال خود مي شود، خامنه اي ولي فقيه رژيم آخوندي و سپاه پاسداران به رغم به كار گرفتن تمامي امكانات نظامي، اقتصادي و سياسي در جنگ با مردم و انقلاب سوريه، با شكستهاي پياپی مواجه شده و همه روزه اجساد شماري از پاسداران به شهرهاي مختلف ايران منتقل مي شود و اجساد شمار ديگري در مناطق آزاد شده سوريه برجاي مي ماند. شكستهاي پي در پي كه از اواخر سال 1393روند صعودي به خود گرفته است رژيم آخوندي را ناگزير كرد كه براي جلوگيري از سقوط سريع اسد به روسيه متوسل شود. با اين خيال باطل كه زير آتش هوايي روسيه پاسداران و شبه نظاميان مزدور مانند حزب الله و شبه نظاميان عراقي و اجيرشدگان افغاني و پاكستاني به كمك بقاياي ارتش اسد قادر به در هم شكستن انقلاب سوريه خواهند بود. اما پس از سنگين ترين بمبارانها و كشتار هزاران شهروند غير نظامي در دو ماه گذشته، رژيم آخوندي چيزي جز افزايش بيسابقه اجساد پاسداران از جمله شمار زيادي از سرتيپ پاسداران به دست نياورده است.

شوراي ملي مقاومت ايران

كميسيون امنيت و ضد تروريسم

7 آذر 1394 (28نوامبر2015)

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#NCRI: Commander of Qods Force Soleimani severely injured in #Syria along with many #IRGC brigadier generals killed

IMG_20150813_173603NCRI : According to reports from inside the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC), Qasem Soleimani, the notorious commander of the terrorist Qods Force, has suffered severe shrapnel wounds, including in the head, while at Aleppo’s southern front two weeks ago. Qasem Soleimani’s vehicle that was there for him to oversee an operation by the revolutionary guards and a number of hired forces was targeted by the Free Syrian Army severely injuring Soleimani.

Due to the severity of his wounds he was immediately transferred by an IRGC helicopter to Damascus and after receiving preliminary treatment was transferred to Tehran. He was hospitalized at IRGC Baqiyatollah Hospital which is in Tehran’s Mollasadra Street and so far has undergone at least two surgeries.

He is in the ICU (Section C7) of this hospital on the seventh floor and is not allowed any visitors. A group of doctors headed by Dr. Gholamreza Farzanegan, a neurologist and brain specialist, oversees his condition. Dr. Alireza Jalali, head of the Baqiyatollah Hospital directly follows up Soleimani’s condition. The head of Section C7 is Dr. Amir Davoudi and IRGC element Sheikhi is the coordinator of Section C7.

The IRGC counterintelligence section has imposed severe restrictions to prevent any leakage of information of Soleimani being wounded and has ordered all hospital personnel to refrain from answering any questions in this regard. The Iranian regime is worried that the news on Soleimani’s injury would cause a complete collapse of moral of the IRGC forces and the militias in Syria. Even now, the revolutionary guards are quite frightened and anxious due to the large number of casualties they have suffered in the past couple of months in Syria.

As the revolution of the Syrian people is soon entering its sixth year, the supreme leader of Iranian regime Khamenei and the IRGC are facing consecutive defeats despite tapping all their military, economic and political resources in the war against the Syrian people and their revolution. Corpses of the revolutionary guards are being transferred to various Iranian cities on a daily basis while other corpses are left behind in the liberated areas of Syria. These consecutive defeats that have taken on an escalating trend since winter 2014, has compelled the Iranian regime to seek Russia’s help to prevent a swift overthrow of Assad. It is futilely hoping that through employing the aerial firepower of Russia, using its revolutionary guards along with its hired militias such as the Hezbollah, Iraqi mercenary militias, Afghan and Pakistani mercenaries, and the remainder of Assad’s army, it would be able to crush Syria’s revolution. However, after the most intense bombings and massacre of thousands of civilians in the past couple of months, the Iranian regime has nothing to show for it except an unprecedented increase in the number of revolutionary guards’ corpses, including many IRGC brigadier generals.

 

National Council of Resistance of Iran

Security and Anti-terrorism Committee

November 28, 2015

 

#Syrie : le général iranien Souleimani “grièvement blessé”, assure l’opposition iranienne en exil

IMG_20150813_173603Paris, FRANCE | AFP | samedi 28/11/2015

Le général iranien Ghassem Souleimani, chef des opérations extérieures des Gardiens de la Révolution, donné récemment comme légèrement blessé en Syrie, est en fait grièvement atteint, a affirmé dimanche le Conseil national de la résistance iranienne (CNRI, opposition irannienne en exil).

Selon des informations en provenance “de l’intérieur du Corps des Gardiens de la Révolution”, l’officier “a été grièvement blessé à la tête par des éclats d’obus, au sud d’Alep, il y a deux semaines”. “Le véhicule de Ghassem Souleimani, qui se trouvait sur les lieux pour superviser une opération des gardiens de la révolution et des forces paramilitaires à sa solde, a été ciblé par l’Armée syrienne libre, blessant Souleimani”, a précisé le CNRI dans un communiqué.

Transféré à Damas par hélicoptère, il a été rapatrié à Téhéran où il a été admis “à l’Hôpital Baqiyatollah des Gardiens de la Révolution”. “A ce jour il a subi au moins deux importantes interventions chirurgicales”, affirme l’opposition iranienne. “Son état est jugé très grave et il est interdit de visites”, selon la même source.

Mercredi, une source de sécurité syrienne et une ONG avaient indiqué que le général iranien avait été récemment légèrement blessé dans des combats contre les rebelles dans le nord de la Syrie.

La veille, réagissant à de précédentes informations allant dans le même sens, le porte-parole des Gardiens de la Révolution, le général Rameza Sharif, avait affirmé que le général Souleimani était “en parfaite santé et plein d’énergie”. “Il aide la résistance islamique en Syrie et en Irak”, avait-il précisé, cité par SephaNews, le site officiel des Gardiens.

L’Iran n’envoie officiellement pas de soldats en Syrie mais seulement des “conseillers” membres des Gardiens de la Révolution, qui commandent notamment des miliciens chiites du Hezbollah libanais ainsi que des “volontaires” iraniens, irakiens et afghans.

Le CNRI, en exil en France, est une coalition politique de groupes d’opposants iraniens, dont les plus connus sont les Moudjahidine du peuple, une organisation considérée comme “terroriste” par l’Union européenne jusqu’en 2008 et par les Etats-Unis jusqu’en 2012.

C’est ce mouvement qui avait révélé en 2002 l’existence du programme nucléaire iranien

المقاومة الإيرانية تناشد إرسال هيئة دولية لتقصي ومتابعة الموت الغامض للسجناء السياسيين – #ايران

CUzurzoWoAA3lSNبيان المجلس الوطني للمقاومة الايرانية
يوم الجمعة 27تشرين الثاني/نوفمبر فقد سجين سياسي 35عاما «محمد حمادي» الذي له ولد وهو من المواطنين الأهوازيين العرب حياته بشكل غامض بعد تحمله 7 سنوات من الحبس في سجن مدينة أهواز فيما كان في اتم صحة. وبناء على شهود عيان انه كان قد فارق  الحياة قبل نقله إلى مستوصف «ملاثاني» قرب مدينة أهواز الذي يخضع تحت مراقبة قوات الحرس للنظام الإيراني. وأعلن نظام الملالي سبب وفاة ذلك السجين السياسي جلطة دماغية.
وأعتقل «محمدحمادي» الذي كان عاملا كهربائيا عام 2009 على أيدي  عناصر مخابرات النظام وتم نقله إلى معتقلات النظام للتعذيب. وحكم عليه بالحبس لـ 10سنوات بتهمة « العمل ضد أمن البلاد». وكان يقضي أكثرمدة حبسه في سجن« سبيدار» بمدينة أهواز وتم نقله خلال الأشهر الأخيرة إلى سجن «شيبان» في المدينة  نفسها.
وكان قتل السجناء السياسيين بشكل سري اسلوبا معروفا لدى نظام الملالي خاصة في السنوات الأخيرة. ويعتبر«ولي الله فيض مهدوي» و«اميرحسين حشمت ساران» و«منصور راد بور» و«افشين اسانلو» ضحايا نفس الاسلوب. وفي أحدث حالة فقد السجين السياسي المقاوم« شاهرخ زماني»  حياته بشكل غامض يوم 13أيلول/ سبتمبر في سجن كوهردشت.
وتدعو المقاومة الإيرانية جميع المنظمات الدولية المدافعة عن حقوق الإنسان الى ادانة الظروف
اللاإنسانية  في سجون النظام الإيراني والتعامل الإجرامي من قبل جلاوزة النظام مع السجناء مطالبة بتشكيل هيئة دولية للتقصي بشأن الموت الغامض للسجناء السياسيين في ايران بمن فيهم «محمد حمادي».
أمانة المجلس الوطني للمقاومة الايرانية – باريس
27 تشرين الثاني/ نوفمبر 2015

#Iran: Iranian Resistance calls for probe into suspicious deaths of political prisoners

CUzurzoWoAA3lSNNCRI – On Friday, November 27, Mr. Mohammad Hamadi, a 35-year-old political prisoner and father of a child, suspiciously lost his life in prison in Ahwaz after languishing seven years in prison. This Arab Ahwazi compatriot was in complete health. According to eye witnesses he was already dead when transferred to Molla Sani Infirmary near Ahwaz that is controlled by the revolutionary guards. The Iranian regime announced that this political prisoner had died of a brain stroke.

Mr. Mohammad Hamadi who was an electrician was arrested in 2008 by elements of regime’s intelligence and sent to regime’s torture chambers. He was condemned to 10 years in prison for “acting against the security of the country”. He spent most of his prison term in Sepidar Prison of Ahwaz and was transferred in the recent months to Shayban Prison in this city.

Secret killing of the political prisoners is a known method used by the Iranian regime, especially in the recent years. Messrs. Valiollah Fayz Mahdavi, Amir Hossein Heshmat Saran, Mansour Radpour and Afshin Assanlou are among such prisoners. In the most recent case, the resistive political prisoner Mr. Shahrokh Zamani mysteriously lost his life in Gohardasht (Rajai Shahr) Prison on September 13.

The Iranian Resistance calls on all international human rights agencies to condemn the inhuman conditions in Iranian regime’s prisons and the criminal treatment of prisoners by prison henchmen. It urges the formation of an international commission to investigate the suspicious deaths of the political prisoners in Iran, including Mr. Mohammad Hamadi.

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran
November 27, 2015

#NCRI – #Iraq: #CampLiberty: New cameras installed for more accurate reconnaissance to inflict more casualties in future attacks

Camp-Liberty-NovembeNCRI – On Thursday, 26 November 2015, agents of the Governmental Committee tasked to suppress Camp Liberty residents headed by Faleh Fayyaz, Iraq’s National Security Advisor, installed new cameras around the place of residence of Liberty residents. The purpose for theses cameras whose output will be passed on to the Iranian regime embassy in Baghdad and the terrorist Qods Force is for more accurate reconnaissance of the camp and the movement of residents in order to inflict more casualties in future missile attacks. After the last deadly attack, the antihuman regime was looking to collect information on the hit locations of the missiles, the names of the wounded, and the destroyed facilities.

The installation of new cameras is while a month after the deadly missile attack, the Iraqi forces prevent entry of the necessary construction machinery into the camp to clean up the destroyed trailers and the debris and they obstruct entry of basic items needed to repair the trailers and other facilities or the minimum security requirements such as T-walls. In addition to the destruction of a large number of trailers, many other trailers and facilities have been badly damaged and require repair; otherwise they will not be usable in the cold and rainy season.

The Iranian Resistance reminds the repeated and written commitments made by the United Nations and the United States to the safety and security of Camp Liberty residents and warns about the installation of these cameras and machinations by the regime and its proxies in the Iraqi government. It calls for urgent action by the United States and the United Nations for the removal of the cameras and to ensure the security of the residents.

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran
November 27, 2015

Six including #IRGC commander killed in #Syria buried in #Iran

The bodies of at least six men including a commander of the Iranian regime’s Revolutionary Guards Corp (IRGC) who had been fighting for Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad were buried last week in Iran.

Five Afghans buried in Tehran and Damavand area were all between 19-21 years old. The IRGC commander identified as Abdolreza Mojiri was buried in city of Esfahan.
An increasing number of members of IRGC have been killed in Syria in recent weeks.

The Iranian regime has been sending illegal Afghan immigrants to Syria to serve as frontline fighters alongside the Syrian dictator’s struggling troops.

The Afghans who live as illegal immigrants in Iran often are rounded up by the regime’s Revolutionary Guards.

They are given the choice of either fighting in Syria or going to jail in Iran.

The German magazine Der Spiegel in May estimated that at least 700 Afghans have now been killed in fighting around Aleppo and Damascus alone.

This reliance upon Afghan fighters is part of the Iranian regime’s strategy of support for the al-Assad regime, its key regional ally, which is coming under increasing pressure from Syria’s democratic opposition fighters.

The Iranian regime’s President Hassan Rouhani has said Tehran will back Assad “until the end of the road”. A number of other senior Iranian Revolutionary Guards commanders have been killed in the conflict in recent months.

In June, Iranian state media said that at least 400 men who have died fighting for Assad have been buried in Iran so far.

The Washington Post reported on Friday: “It is unclear precisely how many Iranians are fighting in Syria. While U.S. officials estimate their number to be in the hundreds, Phillip Smyth, a researcher on Shiite militant groups at the University of Maryland, said 2,000 Iranians or more could be deployed there.”

They appear to be increasingly involved in “direct combat” operations during the Russian offensive, which could explain the rising death toll, Smyth said.

The post report added:  “Support for an autocratic leader such as Assad — whose forces¬ are responsible for many of the conflict’s more than 250,000 deaths — is not a popular cause for many Iranians, analysts say.”