From the Internet-Haganah comes this entertaining "discovery":
The good Sunni brothers claim to have captured a Shiite in Iraq who was in possession of a "secret" document. They have published a photo of the document and a transcript...
The document reads like an executive summary of a Shiite version of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion. It's supposedly the results of a secret meeting of Shiites from around the world convened by the Ayatollah Khameini in Qom, and calls for an assortment of actions to be taken - every thing from infiltrating the Saudi and Jordanian military and security services to promoting the role of women as educators.
Suffice it to say we have some doubts regarding the document's authenticity. We will also point out that the letterhead says in Arabic "The supreme/high council of the Islamic revolution in Iraq -- the presidency." That's not what it says in English... ["High Council of the Revolution in Iraq West Office Baghdad"]
Can anyone say IO? It would be interesting to trace this through the rumor mill (my $ is it doesn't go far, too amateurish and too much noise in the system already).