News: Terrorism and fundamentalism
Most of the images that have come to symbolize terrorism over the past decade are tied closely to the Tehran regime's mercenaries: The 1986 bombings in Paris, the corpse of an "executed" passenger thrown from a hijacked Kuwaiti plane in Cyprus, the grim video-taped faces of hostages appealing to their governments, and huge buildings turned into rubbles after being exploded by suicide or truck bombs.
Gholamhossein Mohseni Eje'ee was appointed as the Minister of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) by Ahmadinejad in August 2005. Formerly, he was a Revolutionary Court judge.
He is reported to have personally issued death sentences for thousands of political prisoners. As the representative of Revolutionary Court in the Ministry of Intelligence, Eje'ee played a key and active role in the arrest and execution of dissidents.
In 1996, as deputy prosecutor of the " Court for the Clergy ", many defiant Iranian clergymen were arrested, sentenced and executed on his order.
The mullahs' regime's campaign against the Iranian opposition abroad is an issue well known to western intelligence communities. According to the western intelligence reports the main purposes of mullahs' intelligence activities abroad is to collect information about the opposition and harm the reputation of the National Council of Resistance of Iran and the Iranian Mojahedin. Following are a few examples: