Iran TerrorismIran: Jihadists can now apply online

Iran: Jihadists can now apply online

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Iran Focus: London, Mar. 01 – A state-organised group which avowedly trains suicide bombers against “Western infidels and Zionists” has launched a new website to recruit volunteers, Iran Focus has learnt. Iran Focus

London, Mar. 01 – A state-organised group which avowedly trains suicide bombers against “Western infidels and Zionists” has launched a new website to recruit volunteers, Iran Focus has learnt.

The website has been set up by the Headquarters to Commemorate Martyrs of the Global Islamic Movement, an organisation set up by Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps in 2004.

Those who join are given three choices: To carry out suicide attacks against “the infidels occupying Iraq”, against Israel, or against Salman Rushdie.

The organisation now claims to have enlisted 53,900 people to carry out “martyrdom-seeking operations”.

The website, www.esteshhad.com, has an online application where candidates can sign up to become suicide volunteers and receive training to carry out attacks on the West.

Applicants are asked to fill out the boxes for their name, email, date of birth, city, mobile number, and their reason for wanting to become suicide volunteers. A note on the side of the form says that once the application has been filled out and sent online, a representative from the group will contact the volunteer to enrol him in one of the “lovers of martyrdom garrisons”.

Other features include a biography and photo gallery section of newly-subscribed suicide bombers.

Its Arabic section which will be aimed at recruiting foreign terrorists will soon be launched.

A recent article on the site says that the group recently recruited 1,900 new bombers.

“1,900 demonstrators in the great rally on Friday by people angry at the tragedy which destroyed the shrine of the Imams Hadi and al-Askari enrolled in the martyrdom-seeking garrisons of the Headquarters to Commemorate Martyrs of the Global Islamic Movement”, the website reported.

In the past, government spokesmen have tried to distance themselves from the organisation, but the group regularly uses buildings and other facilities belonging to the government and state institutions. Many officials, lawmakers, and commanders of the Revolutionary Guards have spoken in support of the group.

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