An Undercover Lobbyist for Islamic Regime Exposed

Kaveh Afrasiabi, an Islamic Regime agent was arrested by FBI on

January 2021 

 

FBI eventually arrested Kaveh Afrasiabi who was promoting the unconditional recognition of the Islamic Regime in Iran (IRI)under the banner of war-peace. He was associated with an organization called CASMI (The Campaign Against Sanction and Military Intervention in Iran).
 

The following documents and articles provide a collection of information about Afrasiabi. He was first exposed by MEHR in in December 27, 2008 in Pars TV and his article posted on MEHR's website.

 1.     The report of the US Department of Justice about Afrasiabi's arrest  

2.     Neda's death: 80 percent propaganda-sold-as-investigative reporting, By Kaveh Afrasiabi (11/22/09)

In above article Afrasibi is insulting Neda Agha Soltan, the 26 year old woman who was shot death for protesting against the fraud election of Ahmadi Nejad in 2009 in Tehran (posted by MEHR in 2009). He is criticizing the BBC documentary on the death of Neda, as "80% propaganda".

The disturbing video of her death can be watched at the following link:

https://mehr.org/Neda.mp4

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3.     Afrasib's letter to Barak Obama Complaining that he has not responded to Ahmadi Nejad

  

4- Iranian Professor Charged With Violating Foreign-Agent Law

Justice Department alleges academic who appeared on CNN and NPR and met with U.S. officials received a salary from Iran, By Byron Tau, 1/19/2021

5- Does Iran even need spies in academia?

 

6- Iranian scholar charged with failing to register as foreign agent

By CAITLIN OPRYSKO, 01/19/2021 

  

7- CASMI Board of Advisors includes Afrasiabi

8- CASMI, NIAC and Trita Parsi 

 

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