US May Be Holding Missing Al Quds Officer

Iranian Al Quds officer is still missing… And, Iran still doesn’t know where he is…
ADN Kronos reports:

Tehran, 16 March (AKI) – A high official with Iran’s Revolutionary Guard, the Pasdaran, is still missing after three weeks and the central command of the Pasdaran are convinced US forces are detaining him, reports said Friday. Mohammad Mohsen Shirazi, a deputy commander with the Pasdaran’s special corps charged with missions outside the country, the Quds Brigade, had allegedly been posted in Iraq on a secret mission.

Unconfirmed reports on 27 February quoted US forces as saying that Shirazi, who is suspected of having aided Shiite insurgents on Iran’s behalf, was allegedly arrested in Baghdad in the home of top Shiite politician Abdul Aziz al-Hakim, leader of the Supreme Council for the Islamic Revolution in Iraq (SCIRI).

In another article published on February 28, 2007, ADN Kronos talked of Shirazi’s arrest:

US forces have arrested in Iraq a commander of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard (Pasdaran)’s Quds Brigade, Mohsen Shirazi, reports said on Tuesday quoting US sources.

Shirazi is suspected of having aided Shiite insurgents on Iran’s behalf. Shirazi was allegedly arrested in Baghdad in the home of top Shiite politician Abdul Aziz al-Hakim, leader of the Supreme Council for the Islamic Revolution in Iraq (SCIRI).

Previously on Shirazi:
Another Senior Iranian Officer Disappears!

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