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Iran ‘fueled a wave of terrorist attacks on Western targets after purchasing drone parts from China and sending them to militias’

IRAN is secretly buying parts of killer drones from China and selling them to Tehran-backed militias to carry out terrorist attacks on Western targets, a report says. disclosure.

Drones, also known as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), controlled remotely by pilots, can wreak havoc from miles away.

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A factory in Karaj is said to make drone parts and use materials from China.

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A factory in Karaj is said to make drone parts and use materials from China.

According to a report by the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) – an organization with secret sources – the armed forces of the Islamic Republic have exported killing machines to Syria, Iraq, Lebanon and Yemen. .

Flying weapons are believed to be behind a string of deadly attacks across the region in recent years – including on The tanker Mercer Street off the coast of Oman in August left a British man dead.

Most recently, an RAF Typhoon fighter jet on Tuesday shot down a drone suspected to be an Iranian-backed militia causing a stir. At Tanf Air Base in Southern Syria.

On the same day, the US military announced it had also shot down one of the two drones that threatened the base.

It is unclear whether the two incidents are related.

Also here, a drone successfully carried out an attack on October 25, with the Pentagon publicly naming Iran as behind the attack that involved five planes. loaded with explosives.

And a devastating 2019 attack on two major Saudi oil facilities caused disastrous fires. threaten the global fuel supply.

ASSEMBLY BY Terrorists

The drones are thought to be shipped in parts and then assembled in the host country by trained local mercenaries from Iran.

The NCRI report claims the regime is using drones as “a tool to incite conflict and terrorism in the region in order to maintain the power of the clerical dictatorship.”

The current drone commander in the Iranian Armed Forces is Brigadier General
General Karim Akbarloo, who is said to have traveled to China to “procure more advanced equipment.”

A company in Iran, Ghazanfar Roknabadi Industries – located in Karaj, in the south of the country – makes various body parts for drones.

The report said the raw materials for the production of drones,
such as special fabrics and yarns, imported from the Asian superpower.

Iran was directly involved in Syrian Civil War since 2011 supporting the bloodthirsty regime of dictator Bashar al-Assad while also funding local militia groups.

The report alleges that drone commanders of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) are stationed in the cities of Palmyra, Deir ez-Zor, Al-Bukamal and at Al-Mazza Airport of Damascus.

Parts like the UAV engines are said to be purchased directly from China and shipped to the war zone where they are assembled.

IRAQ ATTACKS

Another war zone Iran is trying to influence is Iraq, which has reportedly been selling drones to affiliated militias for years.

The report said groups of Iraqi mercenaries used kamikaze drones to “perform large-scale attacks on international coalition forces based in Iraq that killed and wounded coalition forces.” intelligence and civil contractors”.

One such incident at Erbil Airport involved an American civilian contractor who was killed in February of this year.

An Iranian drone crashed near the border with Pakistan

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An Iranian drone crashed near the border with Pakistan
A Mohajer-6 UAV transferred by the Iranian regime to a militia group in Iraq

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A Mohajer-6 UAV transferred by the Iranian regime to a militia group in Iraq
Aerial view of the drone factory in Karaj, southern Iran

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Aerial view of the drone factory in Karaj, southern Iran

Iran has also trained members of the Lebanese terrorist group Hezbollah in drone production and has subsequently sold some of the planes to fanatical extremists, it has been reported.

It is reported that one of the many front companies in Iran has received a contract worth 2 million USD from the regime to produce drones for Hezbollah.

The war in Yemen is the world’s largest humanitarian crisis and is essentially a proxy war between Iran and its regional rival Saudi Arabia.

According to the report, the IRGC’s Quds Force also supplied drones to the Houthi rebels “on a large scale”.

This group regularly uses UAVs to carry out bombing raids on Saudi territory.

According to a report in 2016, the seizure of six drones was shipped from Oman to Yemen – which is a common smuggling route –
shows that the planes were not made in Yemen but were shipped from Iran.

Alireza Jafarzadeh, of Iran’s National Council of Resistance, told The Sun: “The Iranian regime is spending billions of dollars on its missile and UAV programs, while 80% of Iranians live below the poverty line. The billion-dollar regime received from the nuclear deal sanctions relief has been used to export terrorism in the region and the warm state.

“The regime is very weak. But they want to show power and cover up their weakness. The regime is in big trouble at home inside Iran. The anti-regime protests that started in 2017 are still there. continue.”

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Huynh Nguyen

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