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Monday, 10 August 2009

Clinton: US Supported Iran Protesters ‘Behind the Scenes’

Hints at September Deadline for Iran to Respond to Talk Offer

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In an interview today on CNN’s GPS with Fareed Zakaria, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said that while the US didn’t want to come out too publicly in favor of the protesters in the wake of Iran’s disputed June elections, the State Department was “doing a lot” behind the scenes to support the opposition.

Secretary Clinton said it was a difficult situation because there was concern that US backing might lead Iran’s leaders “to use us to unify the country against the protesters.” Still, she insists the State Department “were doing a lot to really empower the protesters” including pressing [Zionist] Twitter to delay a scheduled service outage. More

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'CIA agent', Ali-Zamani's confessions in court

The following are the confessions of Muhammad-Reza Ali-Zamani, a member of an anti-revolutionary group known as the Iranian Empire Society.

The 37- year-old Iranian national from the southwestern city of Eslamshahr is accused of contacting US intelligence agents in Iraq, cooperating with the "Anjoman-e Padeshahi-e Iran" (Iranian Empire Society), and attempting to overthrow the Islamic Republic by targeting religious beliefs.

His confessions at Tehran's revolutionary court are as follows:

'We were ordered to distribute a large number of CD's containing anti-religious material in the capital Tehran. Copies of the illegal Satanic Verses were also circulated in Tehran. We then headed towards the north of Iraq and illegally exited Iran.

'After arriving in the Iraqi city of Arbil where US forces were stationed, I contacted the US intelligence services and talked to an individual called Frank, who was the region's intelligence officer

'Then after I briefed them on our situation, they gave us money and reserved a room for us at a hotel. They even gave us a special cell phone to contact Frank if we encounter any security problems...