The UN Human Rights Council's Special Rapporteur on the Human Rights Situation in Iran, Ahmed Shaheed (file photo)
Four commanders of anti-Iranian terrorist groups known as al-Ahwazi have met with the UN Human Rights Council's Special Rapporteur on the Human Rights Situation in Iran, Ahmed Shaheed, Press TV reports.
Karim Abdian, aka Bani Sa'eid, Yassin Qobeishi, who also uses the name Yassin al-Ahwazi, and Ali Sa'edi, alias Abu Jarrah, met with the UN official on September 12 at the world body's headquarters in Geneva.
The terrorist ringleaders were responsible for terrorist operations in the southwestern Iranian province of Khuzestan that killed 26 people and injured 350 others.
They oversee at least four terrorist groups that have conducted bombing attacks on banks, markets, government offices, and oil pipelines in the Iranian province for years.
Abdian, a US citizen and Pentagon advisor, serves as the main contact between the groups and the United States.
He has contributed $5 million to the groups on behalf of Washington.
Jamal Obeid Ouni, a man who was a member of a terrorist group in 2009, has confessed to having received money from Abdian.
Qobeishi is a Danish citizen responsible for directing the terrorists. He was also the contact point between the leader of the anti-Iranian terrorist group Jundullah, Abdolmalek Rigi, who was executed in Iran in June 2010, and the US-led NATO alliance and Israel.
Sa'edi has been identified as a British citizen. He claimed responsibility for all the bombings that rocked Khuzestan in 2006.