ویکی‌لیکس: ایران یکی از بزرگ‌ترین قاچاقچیان مواد مخدر در دنیاست
دی ولت
22-Jan-2011 (6 comments)

و یک تلگرام محرمانۀ دیگر به تاریخ ۱۵ اکتبر ۲۰۰۹، از قول معاون وزیرخارجۀ وقت آذربایجان، خلف خلف‌اف، نقل می‌کند که جریان قاچاق در دست سرویس‌های امنیتی ایران است. به گفتۀ آقای خلف‌اف، هر بار که مقامات آذربایجانی قاچاقچی‌های ایرانی را دستگیر می‌کنند و به کشور خود باز می‌گردانند تا مجازات شوند، آنان خیلی زود آزادی خود را دوباره به دست می‌آورند.
معاون پیشین وزارت خارجۀ آذربایجان می‌افزاید: "حتی گاهی اوقات آدم‌هایی را که به تازگی بازداشت و به ایران مسترد کرده‌ایم، دوباره دستگیر می‌کنیم"!

بر اساس مدارک مذکور، مقامات افغان نیز به همتایان آذربایجانی خود اطلاع داده‌اند که نیروهای امنیتی ایران با قاچاقچی‌های افغان همکاری می‌کنند.

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mahmoudg

hence why the Islamic Rapist Cultists

by mahmoudg on

complained to the Afghan government re the gathering around their embassy.  probably their complaint was something in the order of how dare you want to shut us out of this lucrative drug trade, so that we would not have any more faux reasoning to hang our political dissidents under the bogus charge of drug traffickers.


G. Rahmanian

اقا زاده ثروتش از راه نا مشروع كلان است!

G. Rahmanian


Why else did they want a revolution? The question is, how can you reform a bunch of criminals? Towbeh gorg margeh!


MM

IRI also has cornered the market on alcohol and DVD's.......

by MM on

This should not be news to us.  It is a well known fact in Iran that if you want any of these illicit items, you call the government sanctioned personnel to get hold of what ever illicit for a door-to-door deliverey, be it drugs, alcohol, satellite dish, original DVD's or whatever else that is black-marketed.

No wonder IRI executes her competitor drug-runners.  On the second thought, the alleged drug-runners either did not pay their fair cut or drugs were just an excuse to execute the voices of opposition.


Roozbeh_Gilani

don't IRCG leaders cyphon enough oil money...

by Roozbeh_Gilani on

to their london and toronto bank accounts that they now have to control the drug business too? Or is it for the day when Iran's oil wells run dry, or just good old fashined islamist greed!  

"Personal business must yield to collective interest."


vildemose

  Leaked cables reveal

by vildemose on

 

Leaked cables reveal U.S. diplomats’ fears about Iran’s drug trafficking

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2010/11/29/leaked-cables-reveal-u-s-diplomats-fears-about-irans-drug-trafficking/#ixzz1BmbqqF3c

 

What Mexico is to the United States’ narcotic black market, Iran is quickly becoming to its neighbors, suggest State Department cables leaked by Wikileaks. American diplomats in both Kuwait and Azerbaijan are looking at Iran as the next large exporter of narcotics to Saudi Arabia, Russia, and other counties in the region.

“According to widespread rumor, many Iranians in Baku are involved full- or part-time in Iranian regime-related profit making, sanctions-busting, money laundering, and similar activities,” reads a March 2009 cable from the American embassy in Azerbaijan, the country on Iran’s northern border. “Some are also said to be significant actors in obtaining spare parts and equipment for the Revolutionary Guard, raising revenues and managing money for it and/or regime figures, or managing Iran-origin narcotics trafficking.”

The cable then goes on to describe a handful of alleged Iranians working for the Iranian government in Baku, including Sabir Shaheen, “a well known mafia-like figure from Iranian Azerbaijan who reportedly acts as a ‘liaison’ between the Iranian and Russian/Azerbaijani narcotics traffickers.”

Another cable from Baku, dated June 2009, claims that “Iran-origin heroin seizures (i.e., heroin derived from Afghani and Pakistani opium that entered Azerbaijan from Iran) in Azerbaijan nearly quadrupled during the first quarter of 2009, as compared to the first quarter of 2008.”

This is a dramatic increase not just over 2008, but also over 2006, the first year that the Government of Azerbaijan made such data available. According to the cable, Azerbaijani officials reported the discovery of only 20 kilograms of Iran-origin in Azerbaijan in 2006. That number increased to 59,000 kilos in 2009.

“Yemeni extremists are making money from the drug trade, moving narcotics into Saudi Arabia,” reads a cable from the Kuwait embassy dated February 2010. “The [Government of Kuwait] has been able to block some of the flow of these drugs from Saudi into Kuwait, but remains very concerned about this. Iran is involved, clearly, as a producer of drugs and a facilitator of transit along the Afghanistan-Iran-Somalia-Yemen pipeline. Now Iran is trying to expand its influence in Egypt, seeking to exploit poverty there and infiltrate the security services.”

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2010/11/29/leaked-cables-reveal-u-s-diplomats-fears-about-irans-drug-trafficking/#ixzz1Bmba6jqn


vildemose

like your title

by vildemose on

Vah vah, che harfha...LOL

This is nothing new...