Iran Claims Mossad Agents Were Caught Trying to Blow Up 'Sensitive Site'
Iranian media claimed on Sunday, July 24, that Mossad agents who the Iranian Intelligence Ministry had claimed on Saturday had been caught in the country, were trying to blow up a "sensitive site" in Isfahan in central Iran.
The Iranian Intelligence Ministry announced on Saturday that it had caught a network of Mossad agents who were in contact with other agents in a "neighboring country" and had entered Iran from the Kurdistan Region of Iraq.
The ministry claimed that the network was planning to carry out "unprecedented acts of sabotage and terrorist operations by using the most up-to-date operational and communication equipment and the most powerful explosives." The ministry added that additional information would be announced later on.
On Sunday, the same channel reported that the network entered Iran a few months ago through Kurdistan, and aimed to blow up a "sensitive center" in Isfahan. The report added that the network had been training for months in Africa in order to carry out the operation. (JPost / VFI News)
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