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Saturday, May 7, 2016

Kurds attack Iran's Revolutionary Guard

No Islamist Burqas
Kurdish PDKI Peshmerga Women

"Terrorist" but Socialist Kurds
Attack Islamist Iran

  • Call me a "Crazy Blogger" (which I am), but I see a pattern here. 
  • Secular Socialist Muslim political movements that allow women to get an education, a job, drive a car and not wear a burqa have either been declared terrorists by the U.S. or attacked by us.
  • The U.S. armed the Islamist Mujahideen of Afghanistan under Osama Bin Laden to overthrow the secular Communist government of Afghanistan. The U.S. has declared the secular Socialist/Communist Kurdish PKK to be terrorists. The U.S. overthrew the secular Socialist Iraqi Ba'ath Party allowing the spread of Islamism. Now the U.S. wants the overthrow of the secular Socialist Ba'ath Party of Syria and has been arming ISIS and the other Islamist groups with the help of head chopping Islamist Saudi Arabia.  But I am just a crazy blogger. What do I know?

(Business Insider)  -  Reports have emerged that Kurdish insurgents attacked Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) troops near the country’s border with Iraq, an incident only briefly mentioned by Iranian media.
Media outlets based in the capital of Iraq’s Kurdistan Regional Government reported on the Wednesday fighting, with ARA News saying that Kurdish combatants staged an assault against IRGC troops in the villages of Hamran, Myouni and Sartaja outside the border town of Sardasht.
“This led the Iranian forces to [deploy] additional military reinforcements to the region in a bid to face the unexpected fierce offensive,” the news site added.
Rudaw News, in turn, cited witnesses in the three villages as saying that clashes were ongoing as helicopters circled overhead.
“At least 15 ambulances were seen rushing into areas where security forces were deployed,” the report also said.

Female Fighters of Kurdistan

Kurdish PDKI Peshmerga
The U.S. calls secular Socialist Kurdish rebels who treat women as equals "terrorists".  But with the help of Islamist Saudi Arabia and Islamist Turkey the U.S. arms Islamist terrorists in Syria who treat women like crap.

Iranian media has remained mostly mum in its coverage of the fighting, however the state-controlled Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB) reported Thursday that a funeral was held for two IRGC members killed in “clashes” in Sardasht.
However, the report did not go into further details on the violence.  
As of yet, none of the anti-Tehran Kurdish factions based in the area have claimed credit for the military operation, however Saudi Arabia’s Al-Arabiya television quoted local activists as saying that fighters in from the Democratic Party of Iranian Kurdistan (PDKI) took part in the deadly clashes. 
The PDKI, for its part, touted the fighting on its official Twitter account, claiming on Wednesday that more than 10 IRGC soldiers had died in Sardasht.
It also said that two Iranian helicopters had deployed to the region in a bid to aid “a large group of Revolutionary Guards that [were] suffering heavy losses,” adding that Iranian troops were shelling positions in the Myouni mountains.
The PDKI—a left-wing Kurdish nationalist group formed in 1945—announced on February 26 that it was restarting its “armed resistance against the Islamic Republic of Iran” and claimed an attack against a Basij base in the village of Majid Khan.
The group waged a deadly insurgency against Iranian authorities from 1989 to 1996, after which it maintained a peaceful policy until it purportedly engaged Iranian troops in the fall of 2015.
Another Kurdish opposition faction in Iran, the Kurdistan Freedom Party, announced Friday that it too was resuming its armed operations in Iran.
“Iran is at the doorstep of a wide-scale armed uprising… that will include all off its cities,” the commander of the PAK’s armed wing, Hussein Yazdanpana, told Asharq Alawsat. 
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