Corpses returning from Iraq reveal the extent of Iranian involvement in the war

Corpses returning from Iraq reveal the extent of Iranian involvement in the war

Posted 10/07/2014 08:00 AM

Corpses returning from Iraq reveal the extent of Iranian involvement in the warThe funerals of the dead and inform the hardline clerics reveal the size of the field to participate in the attempt to suppress the Iranian Revolution of Iraqi tribes, a post by some to elevate rank received actual driving for military operations in Iraq.

And frequency in the last few days organizing «funerals imposing» in Iran involving personalities Iranian hardline religious, as well as political figures and military prestigious, and during which the funeral of the dead announce that they «killed» in Iraq, which reveals – according to observers – the size of participating field The Iranian revolution in trying to suppress the Iraqi tribes along with government forces.

As was the case for intervention in Syria, Tehran hesitate to intervene between the recognition of the field in Iraq, and denied. However, the bodies of the dead returning from the battlefield, leaks and media pro-militants who are interested in flaunting send fighters abroad «victory for the allies of the Islamic Republic», proves beyond any doubt that the military intervention of Iran in Iraq, which sources say that the strength of thousands of fighters, and hundreds of trainers and experts who are the real leaders of the war against the rebels in Iraq, in light of the erosion of Iraqi forces and weaknesses.

According to reports in the Iranian media, the Mhjeri were members of the special unit of the Revolutionary Guards and was killed in Karbala, were transferred his body to Iran mid last month and participated in his funeral and his eulogy many of the leaders of the Revolutionary Guards and the figures representing the stream-Orthodox in government bodies, including Ismail Kothari, representative parliament The former leader of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, and Hussein Allah Karam, Saeed Ghasemi, two of the most prominent leaders of extremist groups in Iran known as «Hezbollah supporters.”

In the event confirmed the use of the elements of Iran is Shiite Iran from Afghanistan and Pakistan to fight the war on the side of the Iraqi government troops, deployed some Persian sites on the Internet a video report of the funeral of Javed Hussain, a young Pakistani Shiite who was killed in Samarra. Javed Hussain, described as a martyr defending the shrine of Imam Hassan al-Askari.

The term has become defenders of the shrine commonplace in the media discourse and political circles close to the hardline Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and the Revolutionary Guards.

According to the description of the Persian media, the activities of this group concentrated on the defense of the sites and the Shiite shrines in Syria and Iraq. So far, several meetings were held for members of the group, and in Tehran and other Iranian cities .