EU agora gostava de saber se o MI5 tem um ramo juvenil ou se os livros são só fachada??
Sat Dec 14, 2013 3:52Iran Arrests MI6 SpyTEHRAN (FNA)- Iran announced on Saturday that it has arrested a member of the British spy agency, MI6.“With God’s assistance and power, the spy was arrested after some months of complex intelligence moves,” Head of Kerman’s Revolutionary Court Dadkhoda Salari told FNA today.He said that the arrested spy has had "20 meetings" with British intelligence officers in and out of Iran, providing them with the needed intelligence and receiving instructions for harming Iran’s national interests.The judiciary official did not name the arrested MI6 agent, but said he was assigned to collect intelligence and harm Iran in various cultural, economic, political and security areas.Noting that the arrested agent has had contacts with "5 British intelligence officers", Salari said his trial is underway while he has confessed to his crimes.In 2010, Former Iranian Interior Minister Mostafa Mohammad Najjar underlined that the US, Israeli and British spy agencies have been directly involved in the terrorist attacks against the country's scientists."As regards the recent terrorist moves, the involvement of Mossad, CIA and MI6 can clearly be seen," Najjar told reporters at the time."In the same regard, we have arrested a number of elements and are doing the necessary follow-ups to arrest the main culprits behind these terrorist acts," he noted.In the fifth attack of its kind in two years, a magnetic bomb was attached to the door of 32-year-old Iranian scientist Mostafa Ahmadi Roshan Behdast's car in the capital in January 2012. His driver was also killed.Roshan Behdast was the fifth Iranian scientist assassinated since 2007. The January 2012 blast took place on the second anniversary of the martyrdom of Iranian university professor and nuclear scientist, Massoud Ali Mohammadi, who was also assassinated in a terrorist bomb attack in Tehran in January 2010.The assassination method used in the bombing was similar to the 2010 terrorist bomb attacks against the university professor, Fereidoun Abbassi Davani, and his colleague Majid Shahriari. Abbasi Davani survived the attack, while Shahriari was martyred.Another Iranian scientist, Dariush Rezaeinejad, was also assassinated through the same method on 23 July 2011.Iran has blamed the CIA, MI6 and the Israeli Mossad agency for the terror attacks on the lives of its scientists.
Ex-MI6 officer Harry Ferguson ends week-long hunger strike in support of Guantanamo detaineeson 19 August 2013Former MI6 operative Harry Ferguson completed his week-long hunger strike in support of Guantánamo detainees yesterday, August 18th. His actions were in solidarity with those hunger-striking at Guantánamo Bay in protest against their indefinite detention without trial or charge. Ferguson’s strike was specifically aimed at raising awareness for the plight of Shaker Aamer, a British resident who has been detained for over 11 years despite having been cleared for release under both the Obama and Bush administrations. Ferguson’s hunger strike gained a wave of media attention, as his story was published in news outlets in the US, Europe, and the Middle East. He gave an interview on ITV News detailing his experience and motivations.The 52-year old former operative says he was was driven by a regret that "the organisation of which I was once proud to be a member now supports policies including assassination, rendition, torture and detention without trial".Over the course of the last week, he recounted constant pain from stomach cramps, headaches, his energy zero “dropping to zero”, dizziness, nausea, severe weakness, and bizarre dreams. “But it doesn’t matter”, he wrote on August 11, because “I know I don’t have to face the horror of someone ramming a steel-tipped feeding tube down my throat. By comparison with that, simply being hungry seems almost pathetic.”On the last day of his strike, Ferguson wrote in his blog, “While I can end my hunger strike, Shaker and the other protesters in Guantánamo are trapped in theirs. They will continue to be tortured each and every day. Denied justice every day. Breaking my fast now doesn’t feel like a victory, it feels like leaving a man behind.“Great victories are only won by small, often imperceptible steps. I know that my fast doesn’t mean that much, but added to those of all the other people who are fasting in support and added to all the efforts Reprieve are making in other areas, something can still change. We just have to keep fighting. I know I will.”Ferguson is one of a growing number of people who have gone on hunger strike as part of Reprieve’s #StandFast for Justice Campaign, which supports the Guantánamo Bay hunger-strikers by encouraging supporters to give up food temporarily. Other participants include Scottish comedian Frankie Boyle, actress Julie Christie, and Reprieve Director Clive Stafford-Smith.Shaker Aamer has been on hunger strike for more than 170 days. Stafford-Smith, Aamer's lawyer, welcomed Ferguson's efforts to draw attention to Aamer's plight. "It is a big deal that someone who is so linked in with MI6 is willing to make such a strong statement," he said. View all of Mr. Ferguson's entries on his blog at http://harryfergusonk17.wordpress.com/.