Monday, November 07, 2005

An agent of the Islamic regime deported from Australia

Iran Press News: Translation by Banafsheh Zand-Bonazzi
The Australian government deported 43-year-old Mansour Laghaii, back to Iran. Laghaii who had lived in Australia for 10 years, was charged with spying for the Islamic regime. FARS, the regime-run news agency reports that Laghaii who is a Mullah, was directly related to the IRI was considered by the Australian intelligence agency to pose a threat to the security of Australia. At his legal residency hearing on Monday, Nov. 7th hearing, Laghaii was not only refused his legal status as a resident, he was deported back to Iran.