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Written by De Telegraaf   
Saturday, 30 August 2008

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The U.S. have decided to bomb strategic targets in Iran with unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV). Daily paper 'De Telegraaf' (Telegraph) learnt that the attacks are to expected within the coming weeks. 

Dutch Intelligence Calls Back Spy From Iran / US has decided to attack Iran within Weeks

One of the agents, who under the supervision of the Dutch intelligence agency AIVD managed to infiltrate into the Iranian industry, has recently been recalled, because in the U.S. the decision has been taken to attack Iran within a few weeks with unmanned aircraft.

The U.S. have decided to bomb strategic targets in Iran with unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV). Daily paper 'De Telegraaf' (Telegraph) learnt that the attacks are to expected within the coming weeks.

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The U.S. have decided to bomb strategic targets in Iran with unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV). Daily paper 'De Telegraaf' (Telegraph) learnt that the attacks are to expected within the coming weeks.

http://www.elsevier.nl/web/10201261/Nieuws/Buitenland/Amerika-heeft-plannen-voor-luchtaanval-op-Iran.htm

I'd like to state that Elsevier is a reliable source and not some kind of tabloid.

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Infowars bericht over de Telegraaf by: Dré (18)
today, 08:37

http://www.infowars.com/?p=4225

"Holland’s largest newspaper, Telegraaf, reports that a decision has been made by the United States to attack Iran in the next few weeks. Targets include both nuclear facilities and military installations, according to the newspaper. UAVs will be used in the attack. The Dutch secret service, the AIVD (Algemene Inlichtingen- en Veiligheidsdienst), has allegedly helped with target mapping. Telegraaf claims the AIVD has collaborated with the U.S. in sabotaging the Iranian weapons industry. Deemed “successful,” these operations were recently halted because of the U.S. plan for airstrikes. AIVD information over the last few years has been shared with the CIA."

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'Dutch Spy Recalled from Iran on US Attack Plan'
 
AMSTERDAM, 30/08/08 - The Dutch AIVD secret service has had an ultra-secret operation underway in Iran in recent years. This has been halted in connection with plans for a US attack on Iran, newspaper De Telegraaf reported Friday.

The "ultra-secret operation" had as its aim infiltration and sabotage of the weapons industry in the Islamic republic. "The operation, described as extremely successful, was halted recently in connection with plans for an impending US air attack on Iraq. Along with this, targets would also be bombed which were connected with the Dutch espionage action," writes the Netherlands' biggest newspaper.

"One of the agents involved, who was able to infiltrate the Iranian industry under the supervision of the AIVD, was recently recalled because the US was thought to be making a decision within weeks to attack Iran with unmanned aircraft. Among the potential targets were said to be not only nuclear plants, but also military installations that have been brought to light partly by the agency of the AIVD," according to the newspaper.

"Information from the AIVD operation has in recent years been shared with the American CIA secret service," the paper continued. "Various supplies could also be sabotaged and stopped. These were parts for missiles and launching equipment."

The article was written by Joost de Haas, known for his good contacts in the intelligence world. Earlier, he got hold of an AIVD report which suggested that corrupt powers within Dutch police corps supplied weapons to criminals to liquidate other criminals.
 
http://www.nisnews.nl/public/300808_4.htm
 
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Translated by Interestinggg on the Abovetopsecret blog

AMSTERDAM - The Dutch intelligence service AIVD has in recent years a top secret operation carried out in Iran with the aim of infiltration and sabotage of the armaments industry in the Islamic republic.

The operation described as extremely successful was recently discontinued in connection with plans for an imminent U.S. air strike on Iran. It would also be bombed targets that relate to the Dutch spionageactie. That explained properly imported sources opposite De Telegraaf.

Tehran is suspected of being an atomic bomb and refuses to comply with the requirements of the West to stop enriching uranium.

One of the agents, who under the supervision of the AIVD managed to infiltrate into the Iranian industry, has recently recalled in the U.S. because the decision would be taken within a few weeks with unmanned aircraft to attack Iran. Among the potential targets are allegedly not only nuclear plants, military installations but also partly caused by the AIVD have been identified. Information from the AIVD-operation in recent years shared with the American intelligence agency CIA, according to sources.

It also could be sabotaged various supplies and stopped. It involved parts for missiles and launching vehicles. Iran is three times since 2006 hit by UN sanctions because of the controversial nuclear program. Western intelligence agencies fear that the land of the ayatollahs in 2010 about nuclear weapons at its disposal. The Iranian President Ahmadinejad threatens Israel regularly on the map sweep.

Ok so some words didn't translate well.Obviously Tehran isn't suspected of BEING an atomic bomb.But this does look real.

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Original Dutch Article from Telegraaf - Translated by Google
Fri August 29, 2008, 05:00

AIVD spy gets back because of U.S. plan

Joost de Haas and Bart Mos

AMSTERDAM -- The Dutch intelligence service AIVD has in recent years a top secret operation carried out in Iran with the aim of infiltration and sabotage of the armaments industry in the Islamic republic.

The operation described as extremely successful was recently discontinued in connection with plans for an imminent U.S. air strike on Iran. It would also be bombed targets that relate to the Dutch espionageactie. That explained properly imported sources opposite De Telegraaf.

Atomic Bomb
Tehran is suspected of being an atomic bomb and refuses to comply with the requirements of the West to stop enriching uranium.

One of the agents, who under the supervision of the AIVD managed to infiltrate into the Iranian industry, has recently recalled in the U.S. because the decision would be taken within a few weeks with unmanned aircraft to attack Iran. Among the potential targets are allegedly not only nuclear plants, military installations but also partly caused by the AIVD have been identified. Information from the AIVD-operation in recent years shared with the American intelligence agency CIA, according to sources.

It also could be sabotaged various supplies and stopped. Het ging om onderdelen voor raketten en lanceerinstallaties. It involved parts for missiles and launching vehicles. Iran is three times since 2006 hit by UN sanctions because of the controversial nuclear program. Western intelligence agencies fear that the land of the ayatollahs in 2010 about nuclear weapons at its disposal. The Iranian President Ahmadinejad threatens Israel regularly on the map sweep.

http://www.telegraaf.nl/binnenland/1796098/__Aanval_op_Iran_verwacht__.html?p=2,1

Google Translation Link
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Iranian Nuclear Facilities

 

 

 

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Dutch sabotage agent recalled from Iran over “impending” US attack - report
DEBKAfile Special Report

August 30, 2008, 5:36 PM (GMT+02:00)


America's largest unmanned aerial vehicle
A Dutch AIVD Secret Service ultra-secret operation underway in Iran in recent years has been halted and an agent recalled in view of “impending US plans to attack Iran,” within weeks, writes Joost de Haas, known for his good intelligence contacts, in the Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf.

The AIVD operation aimed to infiltrate and sabotage the weapons [and nuclear] industry in the Islamic Republic.

According to intelligence sources in the Netherlands, the US [or Israel] was expected to make a decision within weeks to attack nuclear plants with unmanned aircraft, used to avoid risking the lives of air crews and warplanes.

DEBKAfile’s military sources report this would be the first time drones operated by remote control were used against major strategic targets, necessary in Israel’s case to hold its air fleet and flight crews ready to defend the country against reprisal from Iran’s allies. Syria and the Lebanese Hizballah have stockpiled thousands of rockets for this purpose.

The Iranian targets to be bombed would include also military installations brought to light partly by the Dutch espionage operation, described by De Telegraaf as extremely successful. “One of the agents was able to infiltrate the Iranian industry” and for years shared information with the American CIA. “Various supplies could also be sabotaged and stopped. These were parts for missiles and launching equipment.”

According to DEBKAfile’s sources, the expectation disclosed by the Dutch newspaper would explain the fresh spate of threats from Iran.

Thursday, Aug. 28, Iranian sources told the London-based Arabic al Quds that Tehran had recently transferred to Hizballah new long-range rockets capable of hitting every inch of Israeli soil with great accuracy.

They were to be fired if Israel or the United States attacked Iran.

Dep. Chief of General Staff Masus Jazairi said Saturday, Aug. 30, that any attack on Iran would mean the beginning of a new world war. He said the “greed of the US and Zionists” is gradually leading the world to collapse as demonstrated in Sudan, Iraq, Afghanistan and the Caucasus.

DEBKAfile’s Iran sources report a shakeup is in progress in the Islamic Republic’s top military command.

Amir (Maj. Gen.) Seyed Abdollrahim Mousavi was named acting chief of staff

of the armed forces – a new post created as backup in case the army chief comes to harm in combat.

Amir Mohamad Hosseyn Dadras becomes deputy chief of staff for coordination.

Amir Reza Pourdastan is the new commander of the army’s ground corps.

http://www.debka.com/headline.php?hid=5544

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Dutch pull spies on Iran attack fears
Sat, 30 Aug 2008 00:18:39 GMT

 
 
Iran's President Ahmadinejad at the Natanz facility.
The Dutch AIVD secret service has had an ultra-secret operation underway in Iran in recent years that was halted in connection with plans for a US attack on Iran.

The respected newspaper De Telegraaf reported Friday the "ultra-secret operation" had as its aim infiltration and sabotage of the weapons industry in the Islamic Republic.

"The operation, described as extremely successful, was halted recently in connection with plans for an impending US air attack on Iran. Along with this, targets would also be bombed which were connected with the Dutch espionage action," writes the Netherlands' biggest newspaper.

"One of the agents involved, who was able to infiltrate the Iranian industry under the supervision of the AIVD, was recently recalled because the US was thought to be making a decision within weeks to attack Iran with unmanned aircraft.

Among the potential targets were said to be not only nuclear plants, but also military installations that have been brought to light partly by the agency of the AIVD," according to the newspaper.

"Information from the AIVD operation has in recent years been shared with the American CIA secret service," the paper continued. "Various supplies could also be sabotaged and stopped. These were parts for missiles and launching equipment."

The article was written by Joost de Haas, known for his good contacts in the intelligence world. Earlier, he got hold of an AIVD report which suggested that corrupt powers within Dutch police corps supplied weapons to criminals to liquidate other criminals.

MGH/WY/HAR 

http://www.presstv.ir/detail.aspx?id=67943&sectionid=351020101

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Friday, August 29, 2008
Telegraaf: U.S. to bomb Iran

The Oracle of Amsterdam says this is bogus, but let it be recorded:

De Telegraaf, reporting on the basis of anonymous sources within the Dutch AIVD, or secret service, says that the Netherlands expects the U.S. to strike various targets in Iran in the next several weeks.

The Dutch have pulled back one spy who had infiltrated the Iranian nuclear program and helped designate targets, the paper says.

Article in Dutch.

I frequently rail against De Telegraaf, the country's biggest paper, for its questionable reliability & taste. But like other tabloids, it is responsible for many scoops, thanks to good sources inside various defense and law enforcement agencies.

One noteworthy additional footnote: the story was published under the joint byline of two reporters, Joost de Haas and Bart Mos, who exposed corruption within the AIVD in 2006, and were first wiretapped and then jailed for their efforts.

All of this adds to the seriousness of the report. But in the world of cloaks and daggers, it also raises the possibility that they are now being fed false information to damage their reputations...

I would also add, in order to keep its negotiating hand as strong as possible, the Bush administration wants to keep the option of a bombing attack on the table. Or at least make it appear to be on the table.

http://www.tobysterling.net/2008/08/telegraaf-us-to-bomb-iran.html

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Early warning?

TEHRAN, Aug. 30, 2008 -- Deputy chief of Iran's armed forces Brigadier General Masoud Jazayeri said here on Saturday that any aggression on Iran would start a world war, the official IRNA news agency reported.

"Any aggression against Iran will start a world war," and "the unrestrained greed of the U.S. leadership is leading the world to the edge of a precipice," the report quoted him as saying.

"In case of any confrontation, the fake regimes*** are the first to be eliminated," he added.

Jazayeri's remark came amid reports that an armada of U.S. and European warships will be deployed in the Gulf in an unprecedented build-up.

Iran's Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Commander Brigadier General Mohammad-Ali Jafari said Wednesday that it is possible for Iran to establish an independent headquarters of missiles.

The IRGC completed military maneuvers in the Gulf called Payambar-e Azam 3 (Great Prophet 3) in mid July to improve combat readiness and capability. Iran successfully test fired new long- and medium-range missiles in the drills.

Jafari said early this month that Iran has tested a new advanced naval weapon, which is "unique in the world" and can target the enemy at the range of 300 km.

The United States and its allies have accused Iran of trying to develop nuclear weapons under the cover of a civilian nuclear program. Iran has denied the U.S. charges and insisted that its nuclear program is for peaceful purposes only.

*** Must mean Israel for certain, the others may be...

http://forum.atimes.com/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=13557&#192512

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