The mullahs’ regime is trying with all its terrorist wings to try to silence the Iranian opposition. In order to achieve this malicious aim, the Khomeini’s sons pursue all illegal means, foremost of which are the terrorist operations, especially in Europe.
A diplomat of the Iranian regime planned to carry out a terrorist operation, which was targeted a rally organized by an Iranian opposition group in France, on June 30. The European police succeeded in thwarting this scheme. The Belgian prosecutor stopped Assadollah Asady, a diplomat in Austria, and his three companions on suspicion of transporting explosive materials. After this News, the Iranian opposition accused the regime of plotting to target its Paris conference, which succeeded in mobilizing thousands of people.
The arrests come ahead of a rare visit to Europe by the Iranian president, Hassan Rouhani, to Austria and Switzerland. Rouhani arrived in Zurich and is expected to travel to Austria, in an important tour, to hold talks with European officials on cooperation with Tehran in wake of the US withdrawal from the 2015 Iran nuclear deal. Tehran believes that Europe rejects Washington’s unilateral positions and that the EU considers the nuclear agreement necessary for regional and international peace and security.
Meanwhile, President Rouhani was due to arrive in Austria as planned. Austria has asked Iran to lift his diplomatic status, officials at the foreign ministry said, but Austria can do so itself and will do so within 48 hours. Assadollah is in the hands of the German police, and a European arrest warrant has been issued for him. Austria mentioned that it asked the Iranian ambassador in Vienna, to contribute to clarifying the situation.
Iranian demonstrations against “Rouhani” in Europe
The Iranian opposition led by the People’s Mujahideen Organization organized a demonstration against this visit on 4 July in Vienna. The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) confirmed that “Rouhani” reception in Austria was a disgrace on democracy and human rights, and is a promotion of terrorism and crime, while at the same time a flagrant violation of the values on which the European Union is based.
This is not the first time that the current Iranian president has faced demonstrations against him. On his first official visit to Europe in January 2016, after the nuclear agreement, hundreds of people demonstrated in Paris in protest against the visit. Iranian opposition activists were among the demonstrators with French human rights defenders, deputies from the French National Assembly and officials of the Syrian opposition. All of them condemned the violations of the Iranian regime for human rights and the export of terrorism to the countries of the region.
The demonstrators demanded in Paris; arresting “Rouhani” and bring him to justice, and withdrawn the Iranian militia fighters from Syria.
They asserted that the support of the Iranian regime not only to send Iranian militia fighters but also to public sectarian incitement and encourage Shiite militias from Iraq and Lebanon to fight in the Syrian territory, which fueled the sectarian conflict in the region.
Belgium, France, and Germany have detained six people over an alleged plot to bomb a weekend rally by an exiled Iranian opposition group in Paris. The apparent foiled attack was to have targeted a meeting of thousands of Iranian opposition supporters in a northern suburb of the French capital. Federal authorities in Brussels first revealed the arrests, charging a husband and wife described by prosecutors as Belgian nationals of Iranian origin.
They are suspected of having attempted to carry out a bomb attack” on Saturday in the Paris suburb of Villepinte, during the conference organized by the People’s Mujahedin of Iran, the couple was carrying 500 grams (1 pound) of the volatile explosive TATP along with a detonator.
The Newspapers reported that an Iranian diplomat at the embassy in Vienna, a contact of the couple, was also detained in Germany. In France three people were taken into custody Saturday, two of them later released.
In Belgium, police carried out five nationwide raids Saturday, authorities said, though they refused to detail the results.
At the rally, Trump allies Newt Gingrich urged regime change in Iran, saying the prospect was closer than ever after the Islamic Republic was hit by a wave of strikes and protests.
Former House speaker Gingrich also told opposition supporters that Trump needed to turn up the heat on European countries still seeking to do business with Tehran despite reimposed US sanctions.
“The terrorists from the Mullahs’ regime in Belgium assisted by its terrorist-diplomats planned this attack,” said a statement sent to AFP.
The foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, dismissed his government’s complicity in the planned operation via Twitter: “How convenient: Just as we embark on a presidential visit to Europe, an alleged Iranian operation and its ‘plotters’ arrested. Iran unequivocally condemns all violence & terror anywhere and is ready to work with all concerned to uncover what is a sinister false flag ploy.
Nor is it the first time such an audacious Iranian terrorist plot was thwarted in the West. For example, there are more than 30 schemes of terrorist operations in 2011-2012.
The Iranian Revolutionary Guard planned to carry out many assassinations and terrorist operations in Europe; in Austria, assassinated “Abdul Rahman Gasimolo,” who headed the Kurdistan Democratic Party in Iran in Vienna in 1989. The security forces arrested one person holds an Iranian diplomatic passport and was allowed to leave the country and return to Iran after pressure by the Iranian government.
In Germany in 1992, some members of the mullah’s regime assassinated four Iranian Kurds. In 1997, a German court issued an international arrest warrant for Iran’s intelligence minister, Hoggart Ali Fleijan after confirming that he had issued assassination orders to the Kurds with the knowledge of Iran’s supreme leader.
In December last year, the German Foreign Ministry summoned Iranian Ambassador Ali Magdi to inform him of their protest against the Iranian Revolutionary Guard’s intelligence service on officials and associations in Germany.
As a result, some Iranian elements are preparing a terrorist operation to target opponents of the regime on French soil. The results of the investigations in the three countries (Belgium, France, and Germany) will be crucial in influencing the course of their relations with Iran in the coming months. These countries are likely to back down from providing support to Rouhani, in the coming period.
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