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Bio of Iranian Terrorist-in-Chief Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (by the thug himself)

Submitted by admin on Tue, 2006-11-14 17:49.

As outlined by the Northeast Intelligence Network in July 2005, there should be NO doubt about current Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's role in the November 4, 1979 U.S. Embassy takeover. There should be little doubt that U.S. intelligence officials knew of his role as well." -- Douglas J. Hagmann, Director

By Douglas J. Hagmann, Director

14 November 2006: Following the election of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as President of Iran in 2005, I had the opportunity to speak with one of the 52 Americans who was held hostage for 444 days at the U.S. Embassy in Tehran. My conversation with this individual left no doubt whatsoever that Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was one of the "architects" of that assault on America and her citizens. There was also little doubt that our current administration was also painfully aware of Ahmadinejad's role in the embassy takeover following his rise to power as the President of Iran.

Based on yesterday's article by World NetDaily, it appears that U.S. officials are denying any knowledge that the Islamic fascist played a role in the November 4, 1979 attacks against America. The denials also follow the expose by the Northeast Intelligence Network of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's own admissions and statements in his Farsi-language website, where he provided a nice outline of his roles in that incident as well as his stint as a torturer with Iran's infamous Revolutionary Guard.

For those who missed our biographical expose that we published on July 1, 2005, here it is again:

1 July 2005: Is the president-elect of Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, one of the hostage-takers at the US Embassy in Tehran in 1979? The Northeast Intelligence Network called upon its Farsi-language resources to help determine the answer to this question. Sure enough, the answer is readily found on the official website of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, written entirely in Farsi, and complete with images. The website includes various documents from Ahmadinegad's campaign where he claims "I Can Control the Americans - I Have Experience Doing It." In one particularly disturbing document, he claims that if elected, he will "bring the death that the Shi'ite are experiencing in Iraq to the streets of America with the volunteer martyr brigades that are ready to act."

Ahmadinejad claims that under his leadership "America will not stop Iran from its uranium programs. Iran has a right to defend itself against the Zionist sons of pigs and apes." He says that he "knows how to control the US and will do so when the time is right."

The website in fact boasts of his involvement in the Embassy takeover, even posting photographs of Ahmadinegad and his fellow students. The website claims that this photograph was taken inside the US Embassy in Tehran in 1980.

The official biography on Ahmadinejad's website leaves little doubt as to his involvement in the 1979 embassy takeover:

*Born in Garmsar, east of Tehran in 1956;

*4th child of 7;

*Working class family;

*Father was a blacksmith;

*Family moved to south Tehran in 1957;

*Graduated high school;

*Enrolled Elm-o Sanaat University 1975 studying engineering;

*Became leave of student activist group at Elm-o Sanaat University;

*Founded the Islamic Students Association at Elm-o Sanaat shortly after fall of shah;

*1979: became representative from Elm-o Sanaat at the Office of Strengthening Unity between Students and Theological Seminaries (OSU) (OSU set up by Ayatollah Mohammad Beheshti, top confidant to Ayatullah Khomeini;

*Ahmadinejad and other members of OSU central councilincluding Ibrahim Asgharzadeh, Mohsen Mirdamadi, Mohsen Kadivar, Mohsen Aghajari, and Abbas Abdi regularly met with Khomeini;

*Mirdamadi and Abdi suggested to OSU that US embassy be stormed. Ahmadinejad recommended storming the Soviet embassy at the same time;

*During 1980 "Islamic Cultural Revolution" Ahmadinejad and the OSU assisted in purging dissident lecturers and students - many arrested and later executed.

*1980:- Ahmadinejad joined Revolutionary Guards;

*1980(s):, Ahmadinejad employed as interrogator and torturer the Internal Security department of Revolutionary Guard.

[b*]Iran government website Baztab, claims Ahmadinejad worked as an executioner in the notorious Evin Prison.

*1986: became senior officer in Special Brigade. Revolutionary Guard, at Ramazan Garrison (Ramazan Garrison was the headquarters of the Revolutionary Guards' "extra-territorial operations", a euphemism for terrorist attacks beyond Iran's borders).

*Governor, Maku and Khoy (towns in NW Iran):

-1993 appointed governor of Ardebil Province

-1997 return to Elm-o Sanaat University to teach and organize Ansar el

-2003 became major of Tehran; founded Abadgaran-e Iran-e Islami party

An opposition website claims the following:

In Kermanshah, Ahmadinejad became involved in the clerical regime's terrorist operations abroad and led many "extra-territorial operations of the IRGC". With the formation of the elite Qods (Jerusalem) Force of the IRGC, Ahmadinejad became one of its senior commanders. He was the mastermind of a series of assassinations in the Middle East and Europe, including the assassination of Iranian Kurdish leader Abdorrahman Qassemlou, who was shot dead by senior officers of the Revolutionary Guards in a Vienna flat in July 1989. Ahmadinejad was a key planner of the attack, according to sources in the Revolutionary Guards.