New NCRI-US Book Lays Out Iran Regime’s IRGC-Quds Force’s Latest Terrorist Game Plan: Forming Proxy Naval Units

The new NCRI-US book, “IRAN – Exposing the IRGC’s Quds Force’s Latest Terrorist Game Plan: Forming Proxy Naval Units”, was released on February 28, 2022. It unveils the details of the terrorist units naval forces newly created by the Quds Force.

The new NCRI-US book, “IRAN – Exposing the IRGC’s Quds Force’s Latest Terrorist Game Plan: Forming Proxy Naval Units”, was released on February 28, 2022. It unveils the details of the terrorist units naval forces newly created by the Quds Force.

Flowchart of the Quds Force for the recruitment, dispatch and training of naval terrorists. SOURCE: NCRI-US book, “IRAN – Exposing the IRGC-Quds Force’s Latest Terrorist Game Plan: Forming Proxy Naval Units”

Table of naval weapons and equipment shipped to Yemen. SOURCE: NCRI-US book, “IRAN – Exposing the IRGC-Quds Force’s Latest Terrorist Game Plan: Forming Proxy Naval Units”

The port city of Jask in the Arabian Sea is home to Imamat Garrison, the base of the IRGC’s Navy Independent Command Headquarters. SOURCE: NCRI-US book, “IRAN – Exposing the IRGC-Quds Force’s Latest Terrorist Game Plan: Forming Proxy Naval Units”

Perimeter of IRGC Commando University. SOURCE: NCRI-US book, “IRAN – Exposing the IRGC-Quds Force’s Latest Terrorist Game Plan: Forming Proxy Naval Units”

The new book details the activities of the Quds Force (IRGC-QF) in recruiting and training mercenaries for newly created terrorist units to attack maritime targets.

New NCRI revelations are further evidence that additional sanctions are warranted due to the Iranian regime’s escalating violence in the region and intensifying repression at home.

— NCRI-US Deputy Director, Alireza Jafarzadeh

WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, USA, March 1, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — On Monday, February 28, 2022, the US Representative Office of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI-US) released its new book, titled ‘IRAN – Exposing IRGC-Quds Force’s Latest Terrorist Game Plan: Formation of Naval Units by Proxy.’ The book, for the first time, unveils details of how the Al-Quds Force of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC-QF) recruited mercenaries for newly created, armed and trained terrorist units to attack ships and maritime targets in the area. The IRGC-QF is the offshore arm of the IRGC.

The new NCRI-US book is available on Amazon in paperback and kindle versions. It is also available on Barnes & Noble and all other major book publishing platforms.

After the elimination of Qassem Soleimani in January 2020, which weakened the Quds Force’s ability to directly encroach on countries in the region, the IRGC’s ability to interfere in Iraq, Lebanon and Syria is on the decline. To compensate for this failure, the IRGC turned to intervention in Yemen, in particular by stepping up naval terrorist activities and threatening international shipping on its shores.

The Al-Quds Force command headquarters in Yemen recruits Houthi forces and sends them to Iran for training, where the IRGC-QF provides training in specialized naval courses for its Yemeni, Iraqi, Syrians, Lebanese and Africans, who are then sent to Iran. their home countries to form proxy naval units.

The book shows where these mercenaries are trained, what type of training they undergo, how and where they are sent, and what the targets are.

It also shows how the Quds Force set up a smuggling network to supply weapons and equipment to its proxies for naval attacks. One way is to use small boats along the shores of the Arabian Sea, especially the seaport known as Bandar-e-Jask.

The Quds Force has equipped the Houthis with speedboats, missiles, mines and other weapons to expand the conflicts in the Arabian Sea, Bab al-Mandab and the Red Sea.

Since early 2021, and even more since August 2021, when Ebrahim Raisi took office as the new president of the Iranian regime, Tehran has intensified its maritime terrorist operations using its foreign mercenaries, notably the Houthis.

Tehran’s latest game plan to advance its terror agenda by prioritizing mercenaries and escalating regional chaos is aimed at projecting power and covering up its fundamental weakness inside Iran.

The book ends by outlining some of the major political implications of the new revelations:

– Western countries’ continued offers of concessions and lack of accountability for the Iranian regime’s terrorist operations and killings at home have encouraged Tehran to step up its provocative behavior, creating chaos in the region.

– Billions of dollars plundered from Iran’s national wealth that the regime received from easing sanctions under the nuclear deal have been expropriated to build and produce weapons, finance and train proxies in order to carry out maritime terror operations and export regional terrorism and warmongering products. This is when a large majority of the Iranian people live below the poverty line.

– Since December 2017, there have been eight major uprisings, as well as successive protests from various sectors of Iranian society demanding fundamental change. Tehran’s latest plan of action to create terrorist naval units and intensify regional chaos aims to project power and cover its fundamental weakness inside Iran. The regime hopes this image will provide additional leverage internationally and domestically.

– Regardless of what the Iranian regime might do with its nuclear weapons program and its negotiations with the P5+1, Tehran must be held accountable for its proxy wars in the region, its terrorism, its development of ballistic missiles and its flagrant human rights violations and repression of its own citizens engaged in ongoing uprisings.

– This new information is further proof that none of the sanctions against the regime should be lifted. On the contrary, additional sanctions are justified because of the Iranian regime’s escalating violence in the region and the intensification of repression in its country.

The book contains satellite images, maps and other illustrations.

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