Mossad Agent Sentenced to Death

Mossad Agent Sentenced to Death
Mossad Agent Sentenced to Death

Iran sentenced to death an individual found guilty of cooperating with Israel’s Mossad spy agency and providing information to it, Tehran’s Prosecutor Abbas Jafari Dolatabadi said.

He said on Tuesday that the spy passed intelligence to Mossad officers about the location and other details of 30 high-profile figures working on Iran’s research, military and nuclear projects, including Iranian nuclear physicist Masoud Ali Mohammadi and university professor Majid Shahriari, which led to their assassination, Press TV reported.

Professor Ali Mohammadi, a lecturer at the University of Tehran, was killed by a remote-controlled bomb attached to a motorcycle outside his home in Tehran in January 2010.

Also in November 2010, terrorists detonated bombs attached to the vehicles of university professors Majid Shahriari and Fereydoun Abbasi. Professor Shahriari was killed immediately, but Abbasi and his wife survived the attack with minor injuries.

Jafari Dolatabadi also said the convict had several meetings with several Mossad officers and provided them with “sensitive information” about Iran’s military sites and the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran in return for money and residency in Sweden.


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