Prophetess Amanda Grace recently shared the following prophetic word, “And says the Lord of Hosts, Israel is about to make a very BOLD MOVE AN URGENT MOVE AND IRAN SHALL HAVE ONE OF THE LARGEST HITS AND LOSSES IT HAS EVER HAD AS THEIR WEB SHALL BE HIT IN ITS CORNERS AND TORN DOWN SAYS THE LORD OF HOSTS, WATCH AND SEE AS IT ERUPTS ON THE NEWS AND LEAVES IRAN IN A VERY VULNERABLE POSITION. JUDGEMENT HAS COME TO THE HOUSE OF THE AYATOLLAH AND ENTERED ITS HALLS, SAYS THE LORD OF HOSTS.”
For those who follow Israel and Iran, there has been a shadow war between Israel and Iran going back to the 79 revolution. Sometimes it is hot, most of the time it is cold where the two sides observe a Modus Vivendi (limits of Disagreement) and it only has certain tolerances to the violence. It is often referred to as a Quiet War I will do us the courtesy of sparing a recapitulation of the Nuclear issue and Iran meddling in the region. I will get to the part that might intrigue us regarding Amanda’s prophecy. The past week has seen immense organizational upheaval in the Iranian Revolutionary Guards. In the Jason Brodsky article linked above there is much discussion of an upheaval in IRGC and MOIS and Iran’s leadership.
“Israeli media reports have focused on the role of Hossein Taeb, the now-former head of the IRGC’s Intelligence Organization, and how he was under “intense pressure” to carry out a successful hit as the Iranian leadership was considering removing him from his post.
The fact that Taeb, a cleric who held his position since 2009, was replaced on Thursday with Mohammad Kazemi, a non-cleric who formerly headed the IRGC’s Intelligence Protection Organization, is a sign of the counterintelligence paranoia inside the ranks of the guardsmen. The Intelligence Protection Organization is a separate entity from the Intelligence Organization, focusing on security inside the IRGC.
This is especially true in that the Iranian system had other options, with speculation of figures like Taeb’s deputy Hassan Mohaghegh or former Intelligence Minister Heydar Moslehi being elevated as Taeb’s replacement. Kazemi was thus likely seen as a change given that he comes from outside the IRGC’s Intelligence Organization – in contrast to Mohaghegh – but not one as radical as promoting a figure like Moslehi who came from its competitor in the Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS).
Nevertheless, Kazemi was also in his previous post amid multiple assassinations and sabotage incidents, which raises questions about just how effective he will be in comparison to Taeb, not to mention the future of the longstanding rivalry between the IRGC’s Intelligence Organization and MOIS, which is still headed by a cleric. “
In the past handful of days have seen some extraordinary developments. A rumor began to circulate (Thursday) that the head of IRGC intelligence had been dismissed from duty – big. Concurrently a rumor was circulating that General Salimi who took over for Suliemani after he had been whacked, had likewise met his demise but that it was being kept under wraps. The rumor was confirmed in Iranian, Arabic and Israeli press. The Israeli Press worked with a leak in Hebrew that there was real indignation among the rank and file IRGC over the dismissal of the Intel chief. I lead our friend Dave W. to conjecture that the regime is destabilizing. Destabilizing of course amid the din of continuous labor strikes, and food protests throughout Iran. In addition to the shakeup in the IRGC leadership was a change in who was protecting the Ayatollak (remember the Rhema she brought forward)
“Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) appointed on Saturday a new commander for the unit responsible for protecting the country’s supreme leader, state media reported, days after the IRGC replaced its intelligence chief.
The IRGC’s chief commander Hossein Salami appointed Hasan Mashroueifar as the new commander of the IRGC’s “Vali Amr” unit, the semi-official Tasnim news agency reported, citing the IRGC’s spokesman Ramezan Sharif.”
What all of this amounts to is that the Israeli government has mounted an effective leadership targeting campaign of the first tier of the Revolutionary guard.
Regime watchers feel that it is leaving the Ayatollah with nowhere to turn for security amid increasing popular unrest.
The attack at Joseph’s tomb tonight may be Iran’s response and the Quiet War may get rather loud.