Members are chosen both for their skill and "allegiance to the doctrine of the Islamic Revolution".In addition, Dionisi asserts in his book American Hiroshima that the Iranian Quds Force headquarters for operations in Iraq was moved in 2004 to the Iran-Iraq border in order to better supervise activities in Iraq.
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The Quds Force was created during the Iran–Iraq War as a special unit from the broader IRGC forces.
Mahan Abedin, director of research at the London-based Center for the Study of Terrorism (and editor of Islamism Digest), believes the unit is not independent: "Quds Force, although it's a highly specialized department, it is subject to strict, iron-clad military discipline.
It's completely controlled by the military hierarchy of the IRGC, and the IRGC is very tightly controlled by the highest levels of the administration in Iran." The Quds Force trains and equips foreign Islamic revolutionary groups around the Middle East.
But we know that it's more than weapons; it's money; it's also according to some reports, training at Iranian camps as well." Some members of the Afghan Parliament accuses Iran of setting up Taliban bases in several Iranian cities, and that "Iran is directly involved in fanning ethnic, linguistic and sectarian tensions in Afghanistan." This was subsequently confirmed in July 2012, after a report by the Delhi Police found evidence that members of Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps had been involved in the February 13 bomb attack in the capital.
On 11 October 2011, the Obama Administration revealed the United States Government's allegations that the Quds Force was involved with the plot to assassinate Saudi Arabia’s Ambassador to the United States Adel al-Jubeir, which also entailed plans to bomb the Israeli and Saudi embassies located in Washington, D. It's been reported that Iran has been increasing its presence in Latin America through Venezuela.
Iran began supporting the Northern Alliance against the Taliban, who were backed by Pakistan and the Arab world.
The Quds Force reportedly fought alongside the United States and the Northern Alliance in the Battle for Herat.
Both during and after the war, it provided support to the Kurds fighting Saddam Hussein.
In 1982, a Quds unit was deployed to Lebanon, where it assisted in the genesis of Hezbollah.
The paramilitary instruction provided by the Quds Force typically occurs in Iran or Sudan.