April 15, 2005
Kurds In IRaq Prepare For Regime Change In Iran Through Guerilla WarTopics: Middle East News and Perspectives
Just why this story is making the news now is probably the real news. Komala has been after Iran for some time and although it's good news that Kurdish fighters want to overthrow the government of Iran, the militant socialist group has communist ideology and have been anti-Iran for a long time - with no major advances in their wish to change the regime in Iran.
Kurdish fighters who want to overthrow the government in Iran to establish autonomy for ethnic Kurds in the country, are hiding in the mountains of northern Iraq, training and waiting for the opportunity to strike. According to a report in the daily Gulf News, these fighters are ready for a full-scale guerilla war. "Our armed struggle began in Iranian Kurdistan and will continue until we have freedom," said Ebrahim Alizada, the founder and leader of the rebel group, Komala.
There are also other anti-Iranian "terrorist groups" in Iraq.
Posted by Hyscience at April 15, 2005 8:42 AM
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