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Trump adviser to Twilight News: Washington may impose sanctions on names in the New York Times report  Abdul Mahdi





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[rtl]Gabriel Souma, a member of President Donald Trump's advisory board, said Monday that the administration would impose sanctions on the New York Times.[/rtl]



[rtl]"The American administration has not been surprised by the report," Soma told Shafaq News. "US intelligence knows a lot about what is said in the report. It has the perception and diagnosis of Iranian hegemony in Iraq, so the report did not come as a surprise."[/rtl]



[rtl]He pointed out that "it is not excluded that the US administration to impose sanctions on the figures mentioned in the report of the New York Times, but it does not rely on what is stated in the report, it has more information, and the report mentioned events in 2014 and 2015, and the Penal Code is implemented "It has information on those named and their relationship with the Revolutionary Guards."[/rtl]



[rtl]The New York Times on Monday published leaked classified documents from Iranian intelligence detailing how the regime in Tehran exercises power in Iraq through Quds Force commander Qasem Soleimani.[/rtl]



[rtl]The unprecedented leaks reveal Tehran's "tremendous" influence in Iraq, which shows years of hard work by Iranian spies to choose the country's leaders, pay the salaries of Iraqi proxies working for the Americans to change their positions and infiltrate every aspect of political, economic and religious life in Iraq. Iraq.[/rtl]



[rtl]According to an Iranian intelligence cable, the current prime minister, Adel Abdul Mahdi, worked in exile closely with Iran while Saddam Hussein was in power in Iraq.[/rtl]



[rtl]The cable says Abdul Mahdi had a special relationship with Iran's Revolutionary Guards when he was oil minister in 2014.[/rtl]



[rtl]According to the newspaper, one of the former senior US officials warned of his current downfall, "but no Iraqi politician can become prime minister without the blessing of Iran.[/rtl]



[rtl]When he became prime minister in 2018, he was seen as a compromise candidate acceptable to both Iran and the United States.[/rtl]



[rtl]According to the newspaper, leaked Iranian intelligence reports largely confirm what was already known about Iran's firm grip on Iraqi politics, but the reports reveal much more than previously known about the extent of Iran and the United States used Iraq as a starting point for espionage.[/rtl]



[rtl]The reports highlighted the complex domestic policy of the Iranian government, where rival factions are grappling with many of the same challenges faced by US occupation forces as they struggle to stabilize Iraq after the US invasion.[/rtl]



[rtl]The documents show how, at almost every turn, Iran has outperformed the United States in the competition for influence.[/rtl]



[rtl]The archive consists of hundreds of reports and leaks written mainly in 2014 and 2015 by Iranian Ministry of Intelligence and Security officers, who were working in the field in Iraq.[/rtl]



[rtl]According to the newspaper, Iraqi-Iranian meetings were held in dark alleys, shopping malls and Christmas camouflage parties, and documents show intelligence operations in order to take pictures of US soldiers and coalition forces against ISIS and gifts and buy receivables arrived to Kurdish security leaders.[/rtl]



[rtl]The archives obtained include Iranian intelligence reports written in 2014 and 2015 by Iranian intelligence officers working in Iraq.[/rtl]



[rtl]An Iranian intelligence report says former Iraqi prime minister Haider al-Abadi "has a close relationship" with Iran.[/rtl]



[rtl]Iranian intelligence reports show that Tehran's goal is to keep Iraq from failing, stop the growth of Sunni militancy on the border with Iran, stop any civil war that makes Shiites its victims and prevent the independence of Kurdistan, which destabilizes the region while keeping Iraq as a satellite state.[/rtl]



[rtl]The newspaper says Iran has wooed most CIA agents left behind by Washington in 2011 who feared retaliation and told Tehran everything they knew about CIA operations in Iraq.[/rtl]



[rtl]Former CIA agents provided Tehran with information about the agency's secret sites, the names of hotels where the agency's foreign agents were staying, details of weapons and training, and the names of Iraqis working for the agency.[/rtl]



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Trump adviser: Washington is moving to impose sanctions on names included in the New York Times report

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  WASHINGTON (Reuters) - US President Donald Trump's adviser Gabriel Soma said on Monday that the administration would impose sanctions on the New York Times report.
"The US administration has not been surprised by the report," Soma said. "The US intelligence knows a lot about what is stated in the report. It has the perception and diagnosis of Iranian hegemony in Iraq, so the report did not come as a surprise."
He pointed out that "it is not excluded that the US administration to impose sanctions on the figures mentioned in the report of the New York Times, but it does not rely on what is stated in the report, it has more information, and the report mentioned events in 2014 and 2015, and the Penal Code is implemented "It has information on those named and their relationship with the Revolutionary Guards."
The New York Times on Monday published leaked classified documents from Iranian intelligence detailing how the regime in Tehran exercises power in Iraq through Quds Force commander Qasem Soleimani.
The unprecedented leaks reveal Tehran's "tremendous" influence in Iraq, which shows years of hard work by Iranian spies to choose the country's leaders, pay the salaries of Iraqi proxies working for the Americans to change their positions and infiltrate every aspect of political, economic and religious life in Iraq. Iraq.
According to an Iranian intelligence cable, the current prime minister, Adel Abdul Mahdi, worked in exile closely with Iran while Saddam Hussein was in power in Iraq.
The cable says Abdul Mahdi had a special relationship with Iran's Revolutionary Guards when he was oil minister in 2014.
According to the newspaper, a former senior US official warned against taking the current downstream, "but no Iraqi politician can become prime minister without the blessing of Iran.
When he became prime minister in 2018, he was seen as a compromise candidate acceptable to Iran. and the United States.
according to the newspaper, the reports of Iranian intelligence leaked confirms pretty much what extent was already known about the grip of Iran firm on Iraq policy, but reports reveal much more than was previously known about the extent of the use of Iran and the United States to Iraq as a staging area for spying.
shed Light reports on the complex internal policy of the Iranian government, where competing factions grappling with many of the same challenges faced by the American occupation forces during their struggle to stabilize Iraq after the invasion of the United States.
The documents show how, at almost every turn, Iran has outperformed the United States in the competition for influence.
The archive consists of hundreds of reports and leaks written mainly in 2014 and 2015 by Iranian Ministry of Intelligence and Security officers, who were working in the field in Iraq.
According to the newspaper, Iraqi-Iranian meetings were held in dark alleys, shopping malls and Christmas camouflage parties, and documents show intelligence operations in order to take pictures of US soldiers and coalition forces against ISIS and gifts and buy receivables arrived to Kurdish security leaders.
The archives obtained include Iranian intelligence reports written in 2014 and 2015 by Iranian intelligence officers working in Iraq.
An Iranian intelligence report says former Iraqi prime minister Haider al-Abadi "has a close relationship" with Iran.
Iranian intelligence reports show that Tehran's goal is to keep Iraq from failing, stop the growth of Sunni militancy on the border with Iran, stop any civil war that makes Shiites its victims and prevent the independence of Kurdistan, which destabilizes the region while keeping Iraq as a satellite state.
The newspaper says Iran has wooed most CIA agents left behind by [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  in 2011 who feared retaliation and told Tehran everything they knew about CIA operations in Iraq.
Former CIA agents provided Tehran with information about the agency's secret sites, the names of hotels where the agency's foreign agents were staying, details of weapons and training, and the names of Iraqis working for the agency.

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