The United States Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) on Tuesday, designates Hasan Irlu, the Iranian regime’s envoy to the Houthi terrorists in Yemen and an official of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) Quds Force.
In addition, OFAC designated Iran’s Al-Mustafa International University, which acts as a front organization for facilitating Revolutionary Guards-Quds Force recruitment efforts.
According to the Treasury’s statement: “Al-Mustafa International University, which has branches around the world, is used as a recruitment platform by the IRGC-QF for intelligence collection and operations, including recruitment for the IRGC-QF-led foreign militias fighting on behalf of Bashar Al-Assad’s regime in Syria.”
IRGC Quds force, Iran regime clandestine military empire according to the U.S. Treasury Department: “Iran-based Al-Mustafa International University, which claims branches in over 50 countries, enables IRGC-QF intelligence operations by allowing its student body, which includes large numbers of foreign and American students, to serve as an international recruitment network.”
“Recruits from Al-Mustafa International University have been sent to Syria to fight on behalf of IRGC-QF-led militias.
The IRGC-QF established the Fatemiyoun Division, an Iranian-led Shia militia composed of primarily ethnic Afghan residents in Iran, as well as the Zaynabiyoun Brigade, a militia group composed of Pakistani Shia, as expeditionary forces to fight in Syria.