Basij came across "most secret" British documents

Basij came across "most secret" British documents
by Iqbal Latif

Basij Revolutionary Guards seemingly had hit the jackpot when the raiders came across documents in British Tehran ambassador's office marked "most secret" in red ink.

They gave details of a gigantic invasion plan i.e. Operation Overlord!

Iranian Mullahs after 24 hours of frentic research found out that Operation Overlord was undertaken with nearly three million troops involved in 1944, that was the first step towards the liberation of Western Europe and the defeat of Nazi Germany in 1944. Allies landed on the Normandy coast on 6 June 1944, known as D-Day, and then track their hard fought campaign to liberate Paris.

Normandy, France, June 6, 1944. D-Day. Operation Overlord begins. Allied Expeditionary Forces in Europe launch the largest amphibious invasion of all time against Hitler and the Nazi war machine. More than 5000 ships and 13,000 aircraft supported the landing of 160,000 troops, establishing a foothold from which to drive the Germans back across Europe and bring an end to that horrible conflict. Over 9000 Allied soldiers were killed or wounded during the first day of the invasion.

Islamic regime collision course with the global powers is not acceptable by rank and file of Iranians who happen to be a very sophisticated multitude of populace.There is a longstanding indifference with the policies and working of the regime; interestingly enough people are fed up and they think this mullah led theatrics should stop, this officially s[sponsored vandalism has not transformed into prevalent support rather the attack has heightened public angst. Across the board Iranians streets are exhausted with this type of highhandedness of Basij, they consider these heists to be a commencement of another war that may be disastrous for Iran.

Ignorance ''Oh my Lord; what can I do?''


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