Thursday, November 10, 2005

Islamic regime’s spy network discovered in the Republic of Azerbaijan

Iran Press News: Translation by Banafsheh Zand-Bonazzi
Turkish daily newspaper Miliyet in it’s Tuesday, Nov. 8th issue reported that the Republic of Azerbaijan’s intelligence service had identified a spy network affiliated with the Islamic Republic of Iran, in the township of NARDARAAN, close to Baku.

According to Miliyet, the residents of the township of Naderaan have been known to show Islamic Fundamentalist leanings and in fact support the Islamic party of Azerbaijan. In the city center instead of the flag of Azerbaijan, a green flag, symbolic of Islam is flown. It also appears that this spy and intelligence network has been quite active in the area. The government of Azerbaijan has warned the residents of Nardaraan that any contact with the identified agents will be punishable by law. Hadji Ali Akraam, the previous leader of the Islamic Party of Azerbaijan, who is currently incarcerated, was found guilty of accepting financing from the Islamic regime. The Islamic Party of Azerbaijan is said to be a fundamentalist party and is working to establish a regime similar to that of the Islamic Republic of Iran, in Azerbaijan.