Iran’s Emissaries of Terror explains the extent to which Tehran’s embassies and diplomats are at the core of both the planning and execution of international terrorism targeting Iranian dissidents, as well as central to Tehran’s direct and proxy terrorism against other countries. To this end, Tehran’s embassies and consulates serve as hubs, while its diplomats act as controllers and operatives.
Year 2018 witnessed a marked surge in Tehran’s terror and espionage plots and operations on the Western soil, from the United States, to France and Albania. Thankfully, these terror plots were neutralized, but they served as a wakeup call for Europe and the U.S.
The escalation of terrorist acts in 2018 targeting the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI), also known as Mujahedin-e-Khalq-Iran (MEK), and the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) coalition to which it belongs, is directly linked to its role in the broad-based revolt in Iran’s streets.
This book shows that Tehran’s acts of terror are not merely the work of a few rogue elements, but indeed are directed at the highest levels of the regime, with the authorization of Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei himself.
The surge in Tehran’s terror and espionage on Western soil has intensified conversation in Western capitals on the need for pragmatic, effective and pro-active measures to counter the regime’s terrorism.
The book shows how the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corp (IRGC) and the Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) are terror partners. It also makes the case that, as a follow up to the long-overdue designation of the IRGC as a Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO), MOIS be similarly designated by the U.S., and blacklisted by Europe; Iran’s terrorist-diplomats be expelled; and the agents of its intelligence services be prosecuted and/or expelled from the U.S. and Europe.
This book comes in six chapters and contains dozens of pictures, graphs, and charts, as well as endnote, and is a well-documented source for examining the terror apparatus of the Iranian regime.
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