Hassan Rohani’s Cabinet – No Changes in Iranian Regime’s Nuclear and Abroad Terrorist Activities


Iran Briefing(Exclusive)-Brigadier General Ahmad Vahidi, former Commander of the Revolutionary Guards – Quds Force, foreign branch of IRGC, was appointed by Khamenei’s new President, Hassan Rohani, for the Minister of Defense, having held the post since September 3, 2009 in Ahmadi Nejad’s Cabinet.

It means there will be no changes in the terrorist activities of the Iranian regime abroad, especially in Syria. There will also be no changes in Iranian regime’s nuclear developments for A-bomb which are dominated and controlled by IRGC in many secret and underground nuclear sites across Iran.

Hassan Rohani is Khamenei’s new mask to deceive the West for nuclear negotiations and for killing time until they achieve the nuclear bomb.

Vahidi was born in 1958 in Shiraz. In 1980, he joined the Quds Force, a unit of the Army of the Guardians of the Islamic Revolution, which is responsible for operations outside of Iran. His real name is Ahmad Shah Cheraghi (his nickname is Vahid). He received a PhD in Strategic Studies from Imam Sadegh University.

Vahidi was appointed Deputy Minister of Defense in 2005 after Mostafa Mohammad-Najjar became Minister of Defense. He was in office until 2009. In August 2009, he was appointed Minister of Defense by Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, to take effect from September 3, 2009.

Vahidi is wanted by Interpol for his alleged participation in the bombing of the Jewish community center in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on July 18, 1994; in which 85 people died. Vahidi was serving as the Commander of a special unit of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard known as the Quds Force when the attack occurred. He is one of five Iranians sought in the bombing. Iran denies that it was involved.

In June 2010, Vahidi was blacklisted by the U.S. Government; a measure which is aimed at freezing the assets of proliferators of Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) and their supporters, thereby isolating them from the U.S. financial and commercial systems.

In June 2011, Bolivia apologized to Argentina for Ahmad Vahidi visiting the country, and announced that he would be leaving Bolivia immediately.

Mustafa Rahmani


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