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December 6, 2006

The Iraq Study Group Report - How Much Help Did It Get From Iran?

As we mentioned in our previous post, The Iraq Study Group's report is out, and as expected, it's all about defeat and retreat, and naively "advocates "dialog" with our worst enemies, including the madman who, with exquisite timing, just told the West to convert or die." You can read the entire report here.

A couple of little nuggets of information to keep in mind when reading the ISG report is that Gateway Pundit has reported that there are concerns that a group of highly placed Iranian Regime lobbyist/agents, so called "Iranian experts", have peddled bad information into the Iraq Study Group hoping to shape the ISG's recommendations. From the looks of the ISG report, I'd say that the Iranian infiltraters did a damned good job. A couple of names of known Iranian sympathizers who may have helped shape the opinion of the Iraq Study Group are Houshang Amir Ahmadi and Hamid Dabashi. Professor Daniel M. Zucker wrote at Iran Terror Database about the very sophisticated disinformation campaign dished out by the Iranian Ministry of Intelligence and Security. You'll find more on these important nuggets here and here.

Hat tip - LGF.

Cross posted from Hyscience

Posted by Richard at December 6, 2006 1:22 PM

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