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Informed sources revealed that a number of Zionist officers and some Iraqi forces in the city of Irbil discussed the issue of training forces from different nationalities and the terrorist group of Mujahideen-e Khalq for entering Iran and conducting acts of sabotage.
Israel trains terrorists of Mujahideen-e khalq for sabotaging operations inside Iran. Informed sources revealed that a number of Zionist officers and some Iraqi forces in the city of Irbil discussed the issue of training forces from different nationalities and the terrorist group of Mujahideen-e Khalq for entering Iran and conducting acts of sabotage. “According to Al-Menar, well-informed sources announced that the Zionist regime, with the full assistance of US forces in Iraq and some other countries, is trying to deploy forces with different nationalities to Iran for sabotage operations,” Mehr News reported. Referring to Zionist officers’ secret meeting in northern Iraqi city of Irbil, these sources disclosed that the agenda of the meeting included training the elements of terrorist MKO as well as paramilitary forces tied to Iraqi politicians for infiltrating Iran, forming terrorist groups inside Iran and conducting sabotage activities. Meanwhile, a base for espionage activities and training agents bound to Zionist regime has been established near the city of Irbil. “High-ranking delegations from US, Israel, Turkey and commanders of Kurd Peshmerga forces met privately in the city of Irbil on Sunday, November 20th ,” Al-Menar added. Sources said that this secret meeting continued for three days in the security installations of Israel, established recently near Irbil. “The building where the meeting was held was under heavy security measures and people were banned from moving around it. Two helicopters flew over the building to watch the area,” these sources added.

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