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Saturday, January 06, 2007

Report: 5,000 Iran agents behind Shi'ite death squads in Iraq

WASHINGTON — Iran maintains thousands of intelligence agents in Iraq, according to Saudi security sources.

A report on Iran's intelligence presence in Iraq by the Saudi National Security Assessment Project asserts that Iran has at least 5,000 agents, responsible for helping establish Shi'ite death squads. Al Quds "has a close relationship with the Badr Organization and the Mahdi Army, as well as with smaller Iraqi Shi'ite militias," the report said. "Members of the Al Quds Forces organized what came to be known as the death squads under the former Iraqi Interior Minister."

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