Anonymous 03/04/2021 (Thu) 07:11:44 Id: 7a19bd No.6579 del
'The Iran Syria Policy and Operations Group (ISOG) was an interagency organization formed in early 2006 within the U.S. government, consisting of officials from the State Department, White House, Central Intelligence Agency, Treasury Department, and other agencies that worked, to influence regime change in Iran, and to influence its access to world banking and credit institutions. Co-chaired by Liz Cheney (daughter of U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney) and Elliott Abrams (former staffer for Ronald Reagan that was convicted of two misdemeanor counts of unlawfully withholding information from Congress in the Iran-Contra scandal), the secretive group met weekly for about a year, also working to a lesser extent to encourage regime change of Syria's government.[1] Other members of the group's steering committee were James F. Jeffrey, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs, who had headed the Iraq Policy group, and Michael Doran, a Middle East specialist from the White House.'