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Israeli spy suspects on trial in Iran
« on: September 13, 2011, 10:04:26 am »
TEHRAN Iran has put on trial two people on charges of working for the spy agency of its arch-foe Israel and filming sensitive military sites, Tehran prosecutor Abbas Jafari Dolatabadi said on Monday.

Dolatabadi said the trial started on Saturday, but he did not identify the two who he said were arrested in 2009, the ISNA news agency reported.

"The charges against these two people are spying for the Zionist regime, filming sensitive military sites, travelling to areas which is considered to be a crime under the law, and acquiring illicit money from the Israeli spy agency," Dolatabadi told a news conference, without further elaboration.

He said the case was ongoing, and a verdict was yet to be reached.

The Islamic republic has blamed the Jewish state and the United States for the unexplained disappearances of several of its military officials and nuclear scientists.

On August 28, a court in Tehran sentenced to death a man accused of playing a key role in the 2010 murder of a top Iranian nuclear scientist and of spying for Israel.

Western powers and Israel suspect Iran is seeking a nuclear weapons capability under the guise of its civilian atomic and space programmes, a charge Tehran vehemently denies.

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Re: Israeli spy suspects on trial in Iran
« Reply #1 on: September 13, 2011, 06:27:49 pm »
Iran to try Mossad assassin on Sep. 13

Tehran Prosecutor Abbas Jafari-Dolatabadi says that the trial of the assassin of Iranian nuclear physicist Massoud Ali-Mohammadi will be held on September 13.  “The main suspect in this case is Ali Jamali-Fashi, who was arrested after the assassination,” Jafari-Dolatabadi said on Monday.  The Iranian official added that the trial would be held in Tehran's Revolution Court, ISNA reported.  Jafari-Dolatabadi added that Jamali-Fashi is accused of four counts, most importantly Moharebeh (waging war against God).  Tehran's Prosecutor said Jamali-Fashi had traveled to Israel to receive training from Mossad, and according to his confessions had received USD 120,000 to assassinate Ali-Mohammadi.  Jafari-Dolatabadi went on to say that in the next 10 days another case against 15 individuals who were suspected of having ties with Mossad would be also heard before court.  Professor Ali-Mohammadi, a lecturer at Tehran University, was killed when an explosive-laden motorbike was blown up with a remote-controlled device near the professor's home in the Qeytariyeh neighborhood of northern Tehran on January 12, 2010.  Ali-Mohammadi lost his life when the motorbike was blown up with a remote-controlled device.

Seems like Iranian News Sources are less sensationalized than the AFP.These assassins trained in Israel and funded by the US got caught and they are being tried before a court in the area they committed the crime. Iran is weeding out the CIA/MI6/Mossad spies who are trying to destabilize the country. AFP looks like they want to tie this into some BS agenda by Iran or Israel when likely the G7 banksters control the whole show.

The fact is that the G7 banksters are trying to outlaw all nuke power, that is why they blew up Fukishima and bombed the French Nuke plant. That is why they rigged the election in Germany to give the greenies more power. Also why they are trying to trigger US nuke meltdowns with their bombing of rivers during NLE11 and by using HAARP/fracking near nuke sites in the US.
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