Iran claims to have dismantled a “terrorist network” with “links” to Israel

According to the Iranian government, the group was preparing to carry out “sabotage” acts, including an attack on the mausoleum of General Qassem Soleimani.

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi

The Iranian government announced on Monday Dismantling a “terrorist network” that he would establish “relations” with Israel and that he was planning attacks in the country, without information on the number of detainees or their identities at the moment.

The Iranian Ministry of Intelligence had indicated that the operation was carried out against “a large-scale Zionist terrorist network” and added that it was during this operation 43 explosive devices seized, As reported by the Iranian news agency “Tasnim”.

Likewise, he stressed that the leaders of this network would be residents of Denmark and the Netherlands, before specifying that the group was preparing to carry out “sabotage” actions, including The attack on the tomb of General Qassem Soleimani, He was martyred in January 2020 in an American raid on Iraq.

Soleimani was one of the victims of a drone attack Executed by the United States At Baghdad airport, among them was also Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, then the “second man” in the Popular Mobilization Forces – a coalition of Iraqi militias loyal to the government and backed by Iran -.

Iran has announced in recent months Several alleged spies arrested who worked for the Israeli intelligence. On December 4, 2022, he also executed four people accused of collaborating with the Mossad, amid protests over the death of Mohsa Amini, who is being held in Tehran for allegedly improperly wearing a headscarf.

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