TITLE

Geostrategy-Direct - Iran covert operations target Iraq economy, long-term U.S. ties; Holder expands Muslim outreach programs criticized by counterterror specialists; Levey calls death of Al Qaida No. 3 and top financier a 'major blow'

PUB. DATE
June 2010
SOURCE
Geo-Strategy Direct;6/16/2010, p2
SOURCE TYPE
Newswire
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article reports on the continuous support of Iranian paramilitary forces to Iraq. The Iranian involvement to Iraq aimed to help stabilize the country and covertly continue to attack the U.S., according to Army General Raymond Odierno. It notes that the Iranian forces provide funds to Iraqi terrorist surrogates to attack U.S. military forces and supply those terrorists with Katusha rockets. It discusses the Pentagon report depicting Qod's Force Ramazan Corps which runs policy in Iraq.
ACCESSION #
51824771

 

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