Yesterday, the Afghan President, Hamid Karzai, was outraged at his people getting killed in the streets of Kabul and other cities by what he called foreigners.
This reaction maybe too little too late because the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) Quds Force has been quite busy setting the stage for opening a new front against the coalition forces.Â The countryâ€™sÂ extremely difficult terrains, even for the highly professional coalition forces who are trying to keep track of events there, has ripen the opportunity for IRGC to act swiftly.Â
The mullahsâ€™ Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) in a confidential report prepared for the regimeâ€™s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei elaborated on a new plan to intensify the Quds Forceâ€™s activities in Afghanistan by sending more weapons and other logistical aids for their proxies in that country. Since February, 2007, more than 800 automatic rifles have been shipped to Afghanistan with no serial numbers. Also, ten Green Color Land Mines were discovered which had the Iranian regimeâ€™s emblem on them with manufacturing date back in 2000 in the city of Shenedan in the western Afghan province of Harat.
On May 31, 2007, the Afghan police discovered two road side bombs in Qurian city in Harat Province manufactured in Iran. These deadly bombs are the same as the ones already in use by the Iranian regimeâ€™s agents against the U.S. forces in the streets of Baghdad. The commander of Afghan border police revealed that road side bombs made in Iran was discovered in the northern suburbs of Qurian. These mines were hidden in a cave in mountains between Tarkesh and Charsorkh near Iranian borders.
Simulations with weapons caches shipped to Afghanistan, the Quds Force is dispatching hundreds of its members to that country disguised as Afghan refugees being deported from Iran. In addition, forced return of refugees to that country creates a social problem which also lays the foundation for the Quds Force to stir unrest in the Afghan cities.
According to the report, people in Kabul have demonstrated against the mullahs deporting refugees from Iran. In one such demonstrations in Kabulâ€™s central street Aciman, angry participants chanted slogans against the Iranian regime. They carried signs reading â€œDeath to mullahsâ€ and â€œThe Iranian regimeâ€™s savage actions divide the two peoples.â€ Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was not saved from the demonstrators rage; they shouted some slogans against him. The Afghan Youth Party had organized the demonstration. Another party called Work and Development held a similar demonstration outside the Iranian embassy in Kabul.
What is happing is just the beginning of a long and bloody war mullahs are the main players which will cost the poor and tormented Afghan people dearly.