Alma-Israel research center has warned against Iran’s establishment of a terrorist base in Europe. This base is being set out in France by Al-Ghadir and Imam Al-Khoei organizations, which Iran uses to “spread the dangerous ideology of the extremist Shiite axis led by Iran among young people and adults.”
A report by the center has made it clear that the Iranian axis aims to create a “unified civil and military infrastructure” as a potential terrorist base in Europe. All of these activities are being carried out under the umbrella of Ahl Al-Bayt World Assembly, founded by Ali Khamenei in 1990.
This organization makes progress through its affiliated associations around the world in general and in Europe particularly. Alma has pointed out that it will continue to document whether these organizations work as means to promote “indoctrination and extremist ideology associated with terrorist activities.”
“France is indubitably aware of the affiliation of these associations to the extremist axis led by Iran,” Alma-Israel research center says.
“Gathering concrete evidence is one of the difficulties of taking actions, such as closing spots, taking legal measures against individuals or confiscating funds intended for terrorism sent to Lebanon and Iran,” Europol, The European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation, said in 2019.
Iran is active in the world, and its militias in Iraq and Syria make it highly functioning in Middle East in particular. This why Iran works constantly to provide support to organizations such as Hezbollah in Lebanon and Houthi movement in Yemen.