Iran Said To Help Al Qaida In Egypt
LONDON [MENL] -- Iran has been helping Al Qaida expand its
presence in Egypt, a report said.
A leading Arab analyst asserted that the Teheran regime was promoting an
Al Qaida presence in Egypt in wake of the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak
in February 2011. The analyst, Huda Husseini, asserted that the campaign was
being directed by Iranian Intelligence Minister Heydar Moslehi to promote
Teheran's interest in the Arab world.