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Iran arrests Mossad agents plotting urban riots, terror; huge cache of weapons seized
Tuesday, 27 July 2021 3:03 PM [ Last Update: Tuesday, 27 July 2021 3:22 PM ]

US Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) (L) talks with Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) during a rally with fellow Democrats before voting on H.R. 1, or the People Act, on the East Steps of the US Capitol on March 08, 2019 in Washington, DC. (AFP photo)

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Iran’s Intelligence Ministry has arrested a network of agents with the Israeli Mossad spy agency at the Western borders, confiscating a large cache of weapons and ammunition that they were planning to use to provoke riots and terror inside the country.
The ministry’s director-general for counterintelligence said on Tuesday that the Mossad agents had been arrested upon sneaking into Iran from the Western border posts on the back of an extensive surveillance and intelligence operation.
The intelligence official did not specify the location of the arrests or the number of those taken into custody.
The seized weapons include pistols, grenades, Winchester shotguns, Kalashnikov rifles and bullets, some of which are used to make protests descend into riots, said the official.
The Mossad operatives, the official said, were planning to use the arms to provoke urban riots and carry out assassinations.
“During the presidential election [in June], the Zionist regime had also planned to carry out acts of sabotage in different parts of the country on several occasions,” but to no avail, and the terrorist Mossad network was given a “knockout blow” in the region, according to the official.
The arrests coincide with the recent protests in Iran’s southwestern province of Khuzestan over a water shortage triggered by a drought that is unprecedented in decades. The protesters have urged the administration to address the crisis.
Iranian authorities have stressed the right for the people in Khuzestan Province to hold peaceful protests, deploying additional security forces to the region to ensure the safety of the protesters and prevent any damage to public and private property there.

 
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Why they publish this news instead of remain in secret?

I think it's a way to criminalize protesters.

If you are protesting due to water shortages, you are a "Zionist regime" collaborator.

A way to criminalize protesters.

I think protesters have real reasons to complain, but they have not enough Persian ethnicity to be listened by Tehran authorities.
 

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Why they publish this news instead of remain in secret?

I think it's a way to criminalize protesters.

If you are protesting due to water shortages, you are a "Zionist regime" collaborator.

A way to criminalize protesters.

I think protesters have real reasons to complain, but they have not enough Persian ethnicity to be listened by Tehran authorities.
To start with ..peaceful protest in Iran is allowed and is not a criminal act. In Iran many legitimate protests (especially in the minority regions) is immediately infiltrated by the enemy agents (saudi, American. Israeli..you name it they all have their agents waiting for a protests to infiltrate)..The aim of the agents is to turn a protest into a riot and then turn the riot into an armed insurgency ...a well know tactic...used very successfully when peaceful Syrian protests was infiltrated and turned into shooting war between the government and protesters and the rest is history.
 

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To start with ..peaceful protest in Iran is allowed and is not a criminal act. In Iran many legitimate protests (especially in the minority regions) is immediately infiltrated by the enemy agents (saudi, American. Israeli..you name it they all have their agents waiting for a protests to infiltrate)..The aim of the agents is to turn a protest into a riot and then turn the riot into an armed insurgency ...a well know tactic...used very successfully when peaceful Syrian protests was infiltrated and turned into shooting war between the government and protesters and the rest is history.
It's truth, I dont criticise the arrest.

I wonder why they publish the news. It has no sense make a marketing campaign about the enemy. Why they dont arrest them in secret?

It's a way to criminalize protesters.
 

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It's truth, I dont criticise the arrest.

I wonder why they publish the news. It has no sense make a marketing campaign about the enemy. Why they dont arrest them in secret?

It's a way to criminalize protesters.
It is done to raise the awareness of ordinary protesters about the plot being hatched on their backs by foreign-sponsored terrorists and spies, and help them not to fall for it.
 
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Assassinations on the territory of other countries should not be tolerated and violate United Nations conventions. It is evil to support and indulge the Israeli state.
 

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About damn time the authorities arrested traitors or something like that in anti state actions. Good for Patriots simple.
 

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I wonder what makes this news without any link to source, as featured!
 

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Iran arrests Mossad agents plotting urban riots, terror; huge cache of weapons seized
Tuesday, 27 July 2021 3:03 PM [ Last Update: Tuesday, 27 July 2021 3:22 PM ]

US Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) (L) talks with Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) during a rally with fellow Democrats before voting on H.R. 1, or the People Act, on the East Steps of the US Capitol on March 08, 2019 in Washington, DC. (AFP photo)

A file photo of Iranian security forces
Iran’s Intelligence Ministry has arrested a network of agents with the Israeli Mossad spy agency at the Western borders, confiscating a large cache of weapons and ammunition that they were planning to use to provoke riots and terror inside the country.
The ministry’s director-general for counterintelligence said on Tuesday that the Mossad agents had been arrested upon sneaking into Iran from the Western border posts on the back of an extensive surveillance and intelligence operation.
The intelligence official did not specify the location of the arrests or the number of those taken into custody.
The seized weapons include pistols, grenades, Winchester shotguns, Kalashnikov rifles and bullets, some of which are used to make protests descend into riots, said the official.
The Mossad operatives, the official said, were planning to use the arms to provoke urban riots and carry out assassinations.

The arrests coincide with the recent protests in Iran’s southwestern province of Khuzestan over a water shortage triggered by a drought that is unprecedented in decades. The protesters have urged the administration to address the crisis.
Iranian authorities have stressed the right for the people in Khuzestan Province to hold peaceful protests, deploying additional security forces to the region to ensure the safety of the protesters and prevent any damage to public and private property there.

Any article without source, holds no value and will be taken down.
I wonder what makes this news without any link to source, as featured!
The Featured Tag is not of member's concern nor has anything to do with verification of news. It's for internal use.
 

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