Iran “soon” to execute spy convicted of helping U.S. kill top general

Most of the Iranians held in the U.S. kill top general

June 9, 2020 / 11:57 AM
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Tehran — Iran said Tuesday it will execute an Iranian for spying for the United States and Israel after his conviction was upheld for helping the U.S. sanctions by sending a technical item to Iran.Tehran had also exchanged Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian in January 2016 for seven Iranians held in the U.S., on the day the nuclear agreement entered into force.In December, Iran freed Xiyue Wang, a U.S. financial system. Iran in February handed down a similar sentence for Amir Rahimpour, another man convicted of spying for the U.S. Mahmoud Mousavi Majd was convicted of spying on Iran’s armed forces, “especially the Quds Force and on the whereabouts and movements of martyr General Qasem Soleimani”, judiciary spokesman Gholamhossein Esmaili said in a news conference. soldiers dead, dozens suffered brain trauma.Majd “will face the consequences of his actions and his masters will also witness the determination, might and intelligence reach of the Islamic republic,” Esmaili said. academic, in exchange for scientist Massoud Soleimani.Americans and dual nationals currently known to be held by Iran include Siamak Namazi, his father Baquer and Morad Tahbaz.Two others — Gholam Reza Shahini and Karan Vafadari — have reportedly been released on bail. Iran claims it has arrested 17 members of a CIA spy ring

Mr. from a key nuclear deal with Tehran in May 2018, Mr. Trump has pursued a campaign of “maximum pressure” against America’s sworn enemy.Since unilaterally withdrawing the U.S. Navy veteran Michael White, who had been detained in the country since his arrest in July 2018.Taheri, an Iranian-American who had been working at a clinic in Tampa, Florida, had been held in the U.S. Trump has hit it with sweeping sanctions.The two sides have appeared to come to the brink of a direct conflict multiple times in the past two years. tensions have soared in recent years as Mr. are dual nationals charged with evading sanctions by either exporting goods to Iran or using the U.S. locate a top Iranian general killed in a drone strike. Yet despite the tensions and having no formal diplomatic relations since 1980, Tehran and Washington have engaged in several prisoner swaps.The latest was on Monday when Iranian scientist Majid Taheri returned home as Iran released U.S. Iran “soon” to execute spy convicted of helping U.S. Central Intelligence Agency and Israel’s Mossad, Esmaili said.His sentence was upheld by Iran’s supreme court and would be “carried out soon,” the spokesman added. deports Iranian scientist acquitted in trade secrets case

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Soleimani headed the Quds Force, the foreign operations arm of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards, and was killed in January in a U.S. and conspiring to sell information on Iran’s nuclear program.Tehran announced in December it had arrested eight people “linked to the CIA” and involved in nationwide street protests that erupted the previous month over a surprise petrol price hike.It also said in July 2019 that it had dismantled a CIA spy ring, arresting 17 suspects between March 2018 and March 2019, and sentencing some of them to death. First published on June 9, 2020 / 8:07 AM drone strike near Baghdad airport.Iran retaliated by firing a volley of ballistic missiles at U.S. Iran: Crisis In The Middle East

Iran “soon” to execute spy convicted of helping U.S. Majd had been found guilty of receiving large sums of money from both the U.S. for 16 months for violating U.S. kill top general

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