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    IRCG site details.
    By Gerald Internet Anthropologist Think Tank

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    The Sepah News website, affiliated with the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps.
    Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRCG or Pasdaran)
    ( from source inside Iran )
    The Army of the Guardians of the Islamic Revolution (, Sepáh e Pásdárán e Enqeláb e Eslámi) is a branch of Iran's military, founded after the Iranian revolution. In Iran the name is commonly shortened to Sepáh e Pásdárán (Army of Guardians), Pásdárán e Enqeláb (پاسداران انقلاب) (Revolutionary Guards), or simply Pásdárán (پاسداران) (Guardians) or Sepah (Army).

    In late July 2008 reports originating with Iranian Resistance network said that the IRGC was in the process of dramatically changing its structure. In a shake-up, in September 2008 Iran’s Revolutionary Guards (Pasdarans) established 31 divisions and an autonomous missile command. The reported new structure was largely decentralized, with the force broken into 31 provincal corps, possibly to reflect a far greater internal role, with one for each of Iran's 31 Provinces

    Although the IRGC operated independently of the regular armed forces, it was often considered to be a military force in its own right due to its important role in Iranian defense. The IRGC consists of ground, naval, and aviation troops, which parallel the structure of the regular military. Unique to the Pasdaran, however, has been control of Iran's strategic missile and rocket forces.

    Also contained under the umbrella of the more conventional Pasdaran, were the Basij Forces (Mobilization Resistance Force), a network of potentially up to a million active individuals who could be called upon in times of need. The Basij could be committed to assist in the defense of the country against internal or external threats, but by 2008 had also been deployed in mobilizing voters in elections and alleged tampering during such activities. Another element was the Qods Force, a special forces element tasked with unconventional warfare roles and known to be involved providing assistance and training to various militant organizations around the world. In 2005 Iran had about 150 Revolutionary Guard Corps personnel in Lebanon, military advisers in Sudan, and three observers with the United Nations Mission in Ethiopia and Eritrea.


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    Average time on site is less than 2 min.
    Avg age over represeted by 25 to 34
    Males vs females average
    Less likley to have kids vs avg surfer
    More Graduate School than avg.
    More home sufers than average.
    They use photo shoped photos

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      ( from source inside Iran )


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