Wikileaks Document Suggests Mossad Chief Wanted to Topple Iranian Regime

Gilad Atzmon – Gilad.co.uk November 29, 2010

I have learned tonight from Ynetnews that Secret US embassy cables leaked by WikiLeaks suggested  that  Mossad chief, Meir Dagan, advised the US make use of local fringe groups to try and topple the Iranian regime.

“According to a memo from August 2007, Dagan described to Under-Secretary of State Nicholas Burns the five pillars of Israel’s Iran policy, among them the desire to spark a revolution.

The memo, says Dagan, wanted to enlist the student unions supporting democratic views in order to undermine the government’s rule.

The Mossad chief also wanted to enlist local ethnic minorities to the task, including the Kurds and Balochis. These groups – especially the Balochis – have carried out terror attacks in Tehran for which the Islamic Republic has consistently blamed Israel. Seemingly, the Iranian regime was telling the truth all along.

As we all remember, last year thousands of Iranian students took to the streets to protest against the ‘falsification of polls results’. I guess that by now the smoke starts to clear, we see who stood behind the riots in Iran. We also learn once more who are the real enemies of democracy.

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Gilad Atzmon, a former Israeli soldier now a writer and an award winning Jazz musician resident in London, where he lives in virtual exile

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