Australia to Share Jihad Intelligence with Iran
by Tom McGregor    Sun, Apr 19, 2015, 11:11 pm

$ 1AAabbbccbabbottran.jpgIn a shocking move by Prime Minister Tony Abbott of Australia, he agreed to share sensitive intelligence information with the government of Iran in regards to terrorist activities in the Middle East.

According to the BBC News, "Australia and Iran have agreed to share intelligence about Australians fighting with militant groups in Iraq.  Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has said the deal will help both countries in their efforts to tackle Islamic State (IS)."

PM Abbott is considered to be a right leaning politician, so his decision to cooperate with Iran is sending shockwaves to Israel.

As reported by the BBC, "Ms Bishop spoke after her meeting with President Hassan Rouhani, during her first visit to Iran.  About 100 Australians are believed to have travelled to Iraq and Syria to fight with IS, with authorities warning they present a serious threat to domestic security."

Australia will provide information that could help Iran spark wars in the Middle East.

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