The full FBI report that leaves the Government of Alberto Fernández offside

The United States Federal Bureau of Investigation sent Judge Federico Villena a complete report on the terrorist links of the Iranian airlines with the Al Quds Forces and the Hezbollah. The forcefulness of the information practically disavows the president’s government Alberto Fernandez in all the arguments that he has been raising to relativize the dangerousness of the pilot of the plane, Gholamreza Ghasemiand its links with the Quds Forces Y Hezbollah.

MDZ had access to the exclusive dossier that is in the magistrate’s file with all the information on the FBIthe main criminal investigation agency that reports to the United States Department of Justice. Here is the full text:

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) wishes to convey the following information about the association of Gholamreza Ghasemi to designated terrorist groups, the Quds Force of Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC-QF) Y Hizballah.

Gholamreza Ghasemi is CEO and member of the board of directors of Oeshm Fars Air. In addition to his position, Ghasemi is also a pilot. Oeshm Fars Air was sanctioned by the US Treasury in 2019 due to its direct involvement in terrorist activity and the assistance it provides to Qods Force and the Iranian airline Mahan Air, which have been designated as terrorist entities. Oeshm Fars Air operates cargo flights under civilian cover for the Qods Force and the IRGC, and uses them to smuggle weapons and sensitive equipment from Iran to Syria, among other things. This activity is part of Iran’s efforts to establish a military presence around the world.

Oeshm Fars Air operates flights between Iran and Syria on regular basis.

As part of efforts by Iran and the Quds Force to equip Hezbollah with weapons, advanced military components, and the weapons are being smuggled from Iran to Hezbollah in Lebanon using civilian flights from Tehran to Damascus.

A plane belonging to Oeshm Fars Air is known to have transferred equipment from Iran to Hezbollah in Lebanon using the route between Tehran and Beirut.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation wishes to convey the following information regarding the extent of the relationship between the designated terrorist groups the Qods Force of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC-QF) Y Hizballah. For reference, on October 25, 2007, the Department of State sanctioned under Executive Order 13382 a major Iranian entity: the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC, also known as the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps). The Treasury Department also sanctioned the IRGC-QF under Executive Order (EO) 13224 for providing material support to the Taliban and Hezbollah.

The Quds Force has had a long history of supporting Hezbollah’s military, paramilitary and terrorist activities, providing guidance, funding, weapons, intelligence and logistical support. The Quds Force operates training camps for Hezbollah in Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley, and has reportedly trained more than 3,000 Hezbollah fighters at Hezbollah training facilities. IRGC in Iran. The Quds Force provides approximately $100 million to $200 million in funds a year to Hezbollah and has helped Hezbollah rearm in violation of UN Resolution 1701. United Nations Security Council.

On October 13, 2017, the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) of United States Department of the Treasury sanctioned the IRGC pursuant to US Treasury Department EO 13224 and pursuant to the US Adversaries Act through sanctions. OFAC sanctioned the IRGC for its activities in support of IRGC-QF, which was designated pursuant to EO 13224 on October 25, 2007, for providing support to various terrorist groups, including Hezbollah.

On May 15, 2018, the OFAC imposed sanctions on the governor and a senior government official Central Bank of Iran, an Iraq-based bank and its president, and a key Hezbollah official, all of whom have moved millions of dollars on behalf of the IRGC-QF to Hezbollah. The OFAC sanctioned Muhammad Qasir (Qasir) for acting for or on behalf of Hezbollah. Qasir acted as a critical conduit for IRGC-QF financial disbursements to Hezbollah. Qasir has worked with the IRGC-QF to transfer funds.

qasir is subject to secondary sanctions in accordance with the Regulation of Financial Sanctionswhich applies the International Financing Prevention Law 2015. Pursuant to this authority, the OFAC may prohibit or impose strict conditions on the opening or maintenance in the United States of a correspondent account or a payable account by a foreign financial institution that knowingly facilitates a significant transaction for Hezbollah, or a person acting on behalf of or at the direction of of, or owned or controlled by Hezbollah.

In October 2011, OFAC sanctioned Mahan Air pursuant to EO 13224 for providing financial, material, or technological support to IRGC-QF. The airline has also transported weapons and personnel for Hezbollah.

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