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March 31, 2007

Does Iran Have A Network Of Sleeper Cells Inside The United States ?

Topics: Iran

The consensus view among intelligence analysts, in and out of government, is that Iran's Hezbollah maintains an extensive network inside the U.S. and Western Europe, and that the sleepers in the U.S. may number as many as 800.

To know for sure, PJM says we should be asking Ali Reza Asghari, Iran's former deputy defense minister, who is believed to be in the custody of a western intelligence service.

Meanwhile, what's all that about mysterious Congo vanishing uranium bars?

And what's this about homegrown British jihadists being welcomed into the U.S.?

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Posted by Abdul at March 31, 2007 11:52 AM



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