The Cyprus Daily News has obtained new details of the case of an attempt by the Iranian special services to kill several Israeli citizens in Cyprus.
According to information that has become available to our editorial office, the trial of the arrested Azerbaijani agent of the Iranian special services will begin on December 6th. Four Pakistanis and one Lebanese will also appear before the court. All of them are in custody. All of them face charges.
Several charges have been brought against the Azeri. Among them are the possession of firearms, the possession of ammunition and forgery of documents. According to our information, also included charges of attempted murder or conspiracy to murder and terrorism.
A total of eight Pakistanis and Lebanese who worked as food delivery couriers linked to the Azeri hitman were charged with conspiracy, conspiracy to commit a crime, possession of firearms, possession of ammunition, forgery, and terrorism.
The police managed to prove and attach to the case two pistols found during the investigation. A third pistol, found in the occupied part of Cyprus and transported to a free territory, could not be attached to the case due to procedural circumstances and due to lack of evidence.
In the shadow of Iran
As reported in a previous article, the vast majority of food delivery couriers operating in Cyprus are Pakistani.
This is far from the only common feature for them. Almost all Pakistani couriers in Cyprus are Shia Muslims.
Pakistan is a Muslim state. Its full name is the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. On the flag and coat of arms of Pakistan there is a symbol of Islam — a crescent moon and a star. Sunni Islam, according to the country’s constitution, is the state religion of Pakistan. In Pakistan, there are Islamic Sharia courts that monitor the compliance of the country’s laws with the canons of Islamic law. Of Pakistan’s nearly 220 million people, 95 % are Muslim, including 75 % Sunnis and 20 % Shiites.
Pakistan, like most Muslim countries, has a high level of violence and religious intolerance against religious and ethnic minorities. The entire history of Pakistan is an endless series of acts of violence and terror by Sunni Muslims against religious minorities, which, in turn, often leads to retaliatory violence and terror against the Sunni majority.
Pakistani Shiites are supported by Iran, which seeks to extend its influence to all countries where Shiites live.
The Iranian authorities and special services support, finance and thus control most of the Shiite communities around the world.
Agents of Iranian intelligence agencies and/or Iranian-sponsored terrorist organizations such as «Hezbollah» operate in Shiite communities around the world. Several «Hezbollah» fighters were arrested in Cyprus for preparing terrorist attacks and possessing explosives.
Iran is recruiting militants in Pakistan and has created a «Zainabiyun» brigade from Pakistani Shiites to participate in regional conflicts in Syria, Yemen, and Iraq. The Iranian-backed «Sipah-e- Sahaba» and «Sipah-e-Muhammad» Shiite terrorist organizations operate in Pakistan.
All this is done within the framework of Iranian policy of expansion and increasing influence through wars and support for terrorism.
All of the above does not mean that in Pakistan, and in the entire Middle East, Iran is opposed by the forces of democracy and good. Not at all. They are no better than the Iranian regime and differ from it only in a different kind of the same religion — Islam. Only Israel is a democratic country — the only one in the entire Middle East.
The Pakistani authorities are vigorously pursuing Shiite terrorists and therefore they flee Pakistan in search of a safe haven. But for some reason they flee, mostly not to their beloved Iran, but to Europe, the USA and Canada to the damned infidels whom they hate and despise. There is information that the Iranian special services are actively helping fighters of Shiite terrorist organizations move to the EU countries and settle in them.
All Pakistanis living in Cyprus and working as couriers to deliver food entered the country illegally. All of them first came to the northern part of the country occupied by Turkey. They all got there under the guise of students with student visas. All of them illegally crossed the demarcation line dividing the free territory of the Republic of Cyprus and the northern part of the island occupied by Turkey. All of them have applied for asylum and are in Cyprus in the status of asylum seekers. Most of them have already been denied refugee status, but with the help of left-wing progressive NGOs and human rights organizations, they filed appeals in court, which allows them to legally stay in Cyprus. Consideration of appeals in courts usually takes a very long time.
Some of them managed to conclude fictitious marriages with citizens of the European Union.
All these wonderful people skillfully use European legislation to continue living in Cyprus and receive benefits from the Cypriot budget. There are no signs that any of them are seeking to return to their homeland or to their beloved Iran.
As previously reported, an Azeri, a Shiite recruited by the Iranian special services, was arrested in the case of an attempted murder of Israelis in Cyprus. Cyprus police arrested five more people associated with the Iranian agent. Among them are four citizens of Pakistan — Shiites and a Lebanese, also Shia.
According to some reports, the arrested Lebanese has connections with the Iran-controlled Shiite terrorist organization «Hezbollah», operating in Lebanon.
The investigation has information that at least one of the arrested Pakistanis is an active member of the Iran-controlled Shiite terrorist organization operating in Pakistan and Afghanistan.
All arrested Pakistanis visited the religious center of Shia Muslims in Nicosia. This Muslim Center is located in the basement at
Chalkokondyli 23-23b (basement), 1071 Nicosia. This Muslim center was created and controlled by the Shiite imam Bargah Hussainia, a citizen of Pakistan. He, like all his compatriots, arrived in the territory of the Republic of Cyprus from the occupied northern part. Like all his compatriots, he declared himself a refugee and demanded to be granted asylum. After receiving the status of an asylum seeker, Imam Bargah surrounded himself with religious followers and set about creating a Muslim Shiite religious community. In a short time, he united under his leadership most of the Shiite Pakistanis in Cyprus. In this center, Imam Bargah regularly conducts collective prayers, celebrates Muslim holidays and reads sermons.
The Cyprus Daily News has testimonies from several people who attended Muslim religious events at the center and heard the sermons of Imam Barqah. According to them, Imam Bargah adheres to the canonical Muslim worldview of the Shiite persuasion and tirelessly preaches it to his supporters. In particular, Imam Bargah believes that the whole world should be Islamized by force. Anyone who does not profess Islam has no right to exist. Muslims should strive for Europe and Islamize it, since it is Europe that is the main obstacle to the isamization of all mankind, Imam Bargah calls it jihad. He encourages his supporters to bring their relatives to Cyprus and receive benefits from the Cypriots for them. He calls the allowances received by asylum seekers from the Cypriot government as funding for the jihad. Imam Bargah says that Christian Cypriots pay benefits to pseudo refugees from Muslim countries and thereby finance the jihad waged by Muslims against Christendom. All this, according to Bargah, is because «Allah has deprived the mind of the unbelievers and they pay us to destroy them.»
According to some sources, Iranian «diplomats» in civilian clothes often visit the Shiite Islamic Center of Imam Bargah. Imam Bargah very often visits the Iranian Embassy in Nicosia. In addition to him visiting the Iranian embassy some community leaders and active members of the Pakistani-Shiite community in Cyprus were seen. All this suggests that the connections of the arrested Pakistanis with the arrested agent of the Iranian special services are more natural than accidental.
Knowing all this, it becomes clear how the Iranian special services got access to the database created by Pakistani couriers, how they received information about the Israelis who were slated for liquidation and passed this information to the Azerbaijani killer.
Of particular interest is the personality of the Shiite Imam Bargah and his obvious ties with the Iranian embassy, which inevitably implies a connection with the Iranian special services.
There is a large amount of information that Shiite Islamic centers very often serve as a place for preparing terrorist attacks and recruiting Muslim militants in different countries of the world.
Iran prepares conspiracies, carries out assassinations and supports terrorists around the world.
The most serious consequences of the destructive activities of Iran, at the state level financing terrorism are in the Middle East, while support the terrorism by Iranian regime is also a global problem. After coming to power in 1979 the Ayatollahs regime has conspired and orchestrated assassinations and attacks in more than 20 countries, mainly using the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps-Quds Force and Ministry of intelligence and security , as well as the Hezbollah group.
Iran’s activity is growing. Iran has stepped up its participation in conspiracies and terrorist acts around the world. Many of them are in
Europe, North and South America, Africa and Asia — have been disclosed or prevented. Height destructive activity of the regime leaves no doubt: to achieve its own Iran targets still intends to use terrorism.
Here is a far from complete list of terrorist activities of Iranian special services abroad:
2018 — Belgium, France, Germany.
Iranian agents arrested in Belgium, France and Germany for conspiracy to
to carry out an explosion during a political action in Paris (France).
2016-2018 — Germany.
In 2018, the German authorities carried out searches of the place of residence and offices
10 suspected IRGC-QF agents. In 2016, an agent of the IRGC-QF was found guilty of espionage and
collecting information about the employees of the German-Israeli society.
2013 — Bosnia and Herzegovina.
It has been established that two Iranian diplomats are members of Iranian intelligence; they
expelled from the country for espionage and connection with terrorism.
2012 — Turkey.
Four IRGC-QF agents arrived in Turkey to attack Israeli targets; terrorist attacks were averted by the Turkish authorities.
2012, July — Sofia (Bulgaria).
An IRGC-QF agent was arrested by the Bulgarian authorities for spying on a synagogue.
September 17, 1992 — Berlin (Germany).
The Lebanese group Hezbollah, with the material and technical support of Iran, carried out
murder of four dissidents-Iranian Kurds. They were shot dead in a cafe. Earlier, in 1997, four
Iranian agents were tried and found guilty.
August 6, 1991 — Suresnes (France).
Iranian agents assassinated former Iranian Prime Minister Shapur Bakhtiyar, who led
opposition to the regime movement. One of them was detained.
July 13, 1989 — Vienna (Austria).
Iranian agents under diplomatic cover killed the leader of the Iranian Kurds and another two people.
December 1985 — September 1986 — Paris (France).
The Lebanese group Hezbollah has carried out a series of explosions. Iran provided material and
technical support of the terrorist tattack; 12 people died and at least 200 were wounded.
June 14-30, 1985 — Athens (Greece).
Members of the Lebanese group «Hezbollah» with the logistical support of Iran
hijacked Flight TWA 847 and killed a U.S. Navy soldier.
November 2016 — Kenya.
Two Iranian agents and their driver, an employee of the local Iranian embassy, were arrested on
accused of collecting information about the Israeli embassy during the investigation of the terrorist attack.
February 20, 2013 — Nigeria.
Three Iranian agents were arrested for plotting attacks on American and Israeli
objects and organizations. The leader of the terrorist group was trained in Iran.
June 2012 — Nairobi (Kenya).
Two IRGC-QF agents were arrested for preparing explosions belonging to Western countries
objects. The authorities found 15 kg of explosives.
October 2010 — Nigeria.
Nigerian authorities seized a shipment of missiles, launchers, grenades and other munitions from
Iran, destined for insurgents in the Gambia and Senegal.
August 20, 2018 — United States.
Two Iranian agents were charged with secretly spying on Israeli
objects in the United States, as well as in the collection of personal information about US citizens and Americans,
sharing the opinion of the Iranian opposition.
September 29, 2011 — Washington DC.
The IRGC-QF assisted in the development of a plan to bomb a restaurant and kill the ambassador
Saudi Arabia in the United States.
September 2009 — Glendora, California.
Iranian agent tried to orchestrate the assassination of an Iranian-American radio host,
opponent of the regime.
July 22, 1980 — Bethesda, Maryland.
Iranian agent killed an Iranian emigrant, former diplomat Ali Akbar Tabatabai, openly
opposed the supreme leader of Iran Ruhollah Khomeini.
January 8, 2015 — Montevideo (Uruguay).
High-ranking Iranian diplomat expelled from the country for planning
terrorist attack near the Israeli embassy.
July 18, 1994 — Buenos Aires (Argentina).
Lebanese group Hezbollah blew up a car outside the building of the Argentinean Association
Israeli friendship. Iran provided logistical support. Killed 95
and 200 were wounded.
March 17, 1992 — Buenos Aires (Argentina).
The Lebanese group Hezbollah, with the material and technical support of Iran, blew up
a car at the Israeli embassy. As a result of the terrorist attack, 29 people were killed and 252 were injured.
February 2016 — Manila (Philippines).
The Philippine authorities have uncovered an Iranian conspiracy to hijack a civilian plane from
April 13, 2013 — Kathmandu (Nepal).
Iranian traveling with fake Israeli passport arrested for spying on
the Israeli embassy.
February 14, 2012 — Bangkok (Thailand).
Three IRGC-QF agents were planning an attack on Israeli diplomats in Thailand. They were
arrested after explosive devices accidentally detonated. One agent and five others were injured.
February 13, 2012 — New Delhi (India):
The IRGC-QF carried out a terrorist act against Israeli diplomats, which resulted in one Israeli citizen and three Indian citizens were wounded.
May 16, 2011 — Karachi (Pakistan).
Iranian agents assassinated Saudi diplomat Ghassan al-Qatani.
Earlier, the Cyprus Daily News sent inquiries to several courier companies asking them to comment on the story of the arrested couriers and explain how most of the couriers working for these companies are Pakistani. No replies have been received so far.
Perhaps this is due to the fact that, as it became known to the editorial board of the Cyprus Daily News, in the call center and in the management of one of these companies, the entire staff consists of immigrants from Pakistan.
Are you still ordering courier food delivery?
Well, bon appetit.