A series of highly classified documents obtained by the dissident group GhiyamtaSarnegouni from the Iranian regime’s presidential servers has shed light on Tehran’s priorities regarding terrorism export and bolstering its security apparatus. The first document, a confidential letter by the chief of staff of President Ebrahim Raisi, reveals a “special arrangement” aimed at facilitating the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) and its extraterritorial Quds Force in sending alleged humanitarian aid to Syria. Notably, it is important to highlight that the IRGC has previously exploited its Mahan Air to smuggle weapons and terrorists into Syria, masquerading these activities as assistance for the Syrian people.
The second and third documents pertain to the regime’s endeavors to increase the wages of employees within the Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS).
These leaked documents provide damning evidence about the regime’s deceptive tactics, as demonstrated by the exploitation of humanitarian aid channels to further its nefarious agendas. Furthermore, the revelations regarding the wage increase efforts within the MOIS shed light on the regime’s prioritization of bolstering its intelligence and security capabilities. These findings demand heightened international scrutiny and decisive action to address Tehran’s destabilizing activities.
Islamic Republic of Iran
Office of the President
Date: May 12, 2023
In the name of God,
Major General Ali Bagheri
Honorable Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces
I hope this message finds you well. I am writing to inform you that, in conjunction with the honorable president’s visit to Syria, two flights have been arranged by the IRGC Quds Force to transport the donated medicines and medical equipment to the country. We express our gratitude for your assistance and cooperation in this matter. Kindly arrange for two alternative flights to be provided to the Quds Force of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps.
Administrative and Employment Organization of the Country
In the name of God
Minutes of the Salary Council Meeting
Date: January 3, 2023
Subject: Examination of the confidential proposal from the Ministry of Intelligence regarding the change of the annual average net payment ceiling for continuous and non-continuous salaries and benefits for the employees of the Ministry of Intelligence and Security, as per Part (8), Paragraph (A), Note (12) of the 2022-2023 Budget Law for the entire country.
Members present at the meeting:
Hojjat al-Islam Mr. Khatib, Minister of Information – Representative of the organization
Mr. Latifi, Head of the Administrative and Employment Organization of the Country
Mr. Kochinejad, Member of the Islamic Council – Supervisor
Mr. Hosseini, Deputy Minister of Cooperation, Labor, and Social Welfare – Representative of the Minister
Mr. Salmani, Deputy Minister of Economic Affairs and Finance – Minister’s representative
On January 3, 2023, the Ministry of Information convened the Salary and Benefits Council based on confidential proposal No. 668343/77 dated December 28, 2022. The council made the following decision.
In 2023, if the amounts received by the employees of the Ministry of Information, after applying the security bonuses, do not exceed the average annual net payment from continuous and non-continuous salaries and benefits, as outlined in Part (8), Clause (A), Note (2) of the 2022-2023 Budget Law for the entire country, the mentioned extras will be exempted from the specified ceiling.
This resolution was prepared in the form of an article and signed by the members of the Salary Council.
In favor of the resolution:
Hojjat al-Islam Mr. Khatib
Opponents of the resolution: None
Signed by Council Members:
Maysam Latifi, Head of the Administrative and Employment Organization of the Country
Seyed Masoud Mirkazemi, Head of the Country’s Program and Budget Organization
Seyed Ehsan Khandozi, Minister of Economic Affairs and Finance
Ali Babaei Karnami, Member of the Islamic Council (Observer)
Seyyed Soulat Mortazavi Babaheidari, Minister of Cooperation, Labor, and Social Welfare
Jabar Kouchinejad, Member of the Islamic Council (Observer)
Youssef Nouri, Minister of Education
Hojjat al-Islam Mr. Khatib, Representative of the Organization
In accordance with Decree No. 100140 dated November 24, 2021, regarding the delegation of authority related to the approval and decisions of the Salary and Wages Council by the Honorable President, the provisions of the resolution dated January 3, 2023, of the Salary and Wages Council are approved.
First Vice President
Date: May 17, 1402
Program and Budget Organization of the Country
Dear Mr. Balaie,
Honorable Director General of the President’s Special Affairs
Greetings and regards,
Referring to letter number 5251/M, dated April 25, 2023, regarding the request from the honorable commander of Tharullah camp in Tehran for provisions related to cultural activities, I would like to inform you that the budget bill of the year 1402 for the entire country, under row number “111600” titled “For Allah’s Satisfaction,” allocates funds for social and cultural activities. Additionally, row number 111352, titled “Noor Rabie,” provides appropriations for the missions of the IRGC provincial command.
Therefore, the IRGC provincial command, including the mentioned camp, can use the allocated funds to carry out the respective activities.
|Row||Title||Approved in 1401||Allocation in 1401||Approved in 1402|
|111352||Joint Staff of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps – Spring light (provincial guards)||11,761 billion rials||8,790 billion rials||13,360 billion rials|
|111600||Qurb-e-Baqiyatollah – Supporting and assisting cultural and social institutions||5,683 billion rials||5,395 billion rials||8,876 billion rials|
Furthermore, the budget bill of the year 1402 designates the appropriations for Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Tharallah garrison, as per the allocation issued by the organization under the command of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps.
Mahmoud Malekooti Khah,
Head of Judicial, Defense, and Security Public Affairs,
Presidency Confidential Secretariat
Registration Number: M/7955
Date: May 7, 2023