Iranian Major General Qassem Soleimani, senior commander of the Revolutionary Guards’ Quds Force, has allegedly provided the country’s politicians with evdience confirming a cooperation between the US and ISIS.
“When I was at the Foreign Ministry, I had a meeting with General Soleimani. He gave me documents and told me to slap them in the face of the West and the UN,” the Iranian state-run media outlet Press TV quoted Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, a special adviser on international affairs of the Iranian parliament speaker.
Amir-Abdollahian added that the Quds Force’ commander asked him “to tell [Foreign Minister] Zarif not to hold talks with the US about the region alongside the nuclear negotiations, but should the need arise, he can put the documents on the table and tell the Americans this is what you are up to.”
The provided documents reportedly “contained precise information on the geographical position, time and exact details [of the US cooperation with ISIS].”
“When Mosul in Iraq was under the Daesh occupation, an American A330 landed at Mosul Airport, American generals got off the plane and military equipment was unloaded,” the Iranian politican said. “At the airport’s VIP lounge, the American generals talked with Daesh [ISIS] leaders in Mosul for three hours and 23 minutes and then boarded the plane and returned.”
Amir-Abdollahian continued saying that the US provided ISIS with “weapons and equipment it needed and that they had already agreed on.” He added that three helicopters landed and delivered military equipment to senior ISIS figures.
In a separate case, the US allegedly evacuated ISIS commanders arrested by Iraqi security forces. Some of these terrorists were then transfered to Afghanistan.