Monday, Nov 24, 2008
Iran’s Revolutionary Guards have arrested a spy network linked to Israeli intelligence who tried to gather information on Iranian nuclear and military programmes, the guard’s chief said on Monday.
“The intelligence bureau of the Revolutionary Guards Corps has recently discovered a spy network linked with the Israeli Mossad,” Mohammad Ali Jafari said on state radio.
“This network sought to gather important information from the Guards’ military section, the country’s nuclear centres and some security officials,” he said.
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“Very good information as well as equipment that this network were supplied with have been discovered and people will be informed of the evidence in the near future,” he said.
Jafari did not specify how many people were detained or where and when the group was arrested.
He said the detainees had confessed to “being trained in bombing and assassination in Israel and had bought vehicles and lots of equipment with Mossad support,” the state broadcaster’s website said.
This article was posted: Monday, November 24, 2008 at 12:35 pm