These events have been reported to World Threats.
Nov. 14 – Details of the career of Hossein Hamedani, new head of one of the RCG Corps of Greater Tehran, have been made public. He is one of the founders of the RGC in Kurdistan and has had a major role in the suppression of the Kurdish people during the 1979 revolution. Hamedani has admitted that Iran sends weapons to terrorist groups in the region. He said, “today we are not only self-sufficient according to weaponry but we provide part of the needs of liberation organizations in the region in that regard.”
Nov. 14 – The Government of Iran is reacting strongly against the recent filing of a forfeiture petition on Federal court against the Alavi Foundation. the Alavi Foundation is alleged in the filing to be a front for the Iranian Bank Melli. Bank Melli has been determined to be a facilitator of the Iranian nuclear program. The assets to be seized include a 36 floor building in New York and four mosques.
Nov.14 – Less than 24 hours after his dismissal Ghale Bani, the managing director of the Expanding and Renovation Organization of Iran’s industry, was reappointed to his post. An informed source reported, “Ghale Bani is one of the trusted people of the state and because he has important responsibilities th estate tends to keep him in high ranks of management posts. The other sector of the state which supports Ahmadinejad wants to substitute another person who that sector trusts.” The source also said that Bani uses the assets of his organization to provide support to the forces of Muqtada al-Sadr in Iraq. This aid us used to keep Iraq unstable.
Nov. 14 – Leaflets continue to be distributed among the universities in Tehran. these leaflets continue to protest the rule of Ali Khamenei in the strongest terms.
Nov. 14 – The officials of Tehran University are deliberately dispersing students from the dormitories in an effort to reduce the critical mass of students and the anti-regime demonstrations.
Nov. 14 – Two companies that have been sold to the “private sector”. In both cases, long term workers were fired and will be rehired only based upon new contracts with no preconditions and of only 91 days duration. This would allow the companies to relieve themselves of the company’s pension obligations.