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He also spoke of the membership of 6 of the MKO members in the British sabotage organization designed for launching terrorist attacks in the Iranian province of Khuzestan, and furthered, "more than 50 members of the former Iraqi intelligence department (Estekhbaraat) whose field of activity was mainly related to Khuzestan province have been employed by the British intelligence officers and after receiving the needed trainings, they are used as heads of the different sabotage groups who run terrorist operations against Iran."
17 British intelligence and military officers involved with the Tuesday terrorist bombings in Ahwaz British military men and officials of the British consulate to Basra do not heed our repeated warnings against their interference in the domestic affairs of Iran and they continue with their interventions, an Iraqi security official said following the explosions in the south-west provincial capital city of Ahwaz. Senior Iraqi security official in the city of Basra, Abu Ali told FNA, "our follow ups have revealed that 17 British intelligence and military officers have cooperated with the terrorists in charge of the recent bombings and sabotage in the city of Ahwaz and Khuzestan province of Iran." "7 of the said individuals are intelligence officers, while 6 are military instructors and another 3 are members of the special units of the British army called Desert Mice," he furthered. He also underlined that the number probably exceeds the said figure, adding, "we know for sure that the 17 British officers, along with over 140 Iranian mercenaries, have been transferred from Europe, England in particular, to different parts of Iraq, mainly to the areas around Basra and Al-Amare." He also spoke of the membership of 6 of the MKO members in the British sabotage organization designed for launching terrorist attacks in the Iranian province of Khuzestan, and furthered, "more than 50 members of the former Iraqi intelligence department (Estekhbaraat) whose field of activity was mainly related to Khuzestan province have been employed by the British intelligence officers and after receiving the needed trainings, they are used as heads of the different sabotage groups who run terrorist operations against Iran." "Britain has lately equipped this anti-Iranian organization with the most advanced espionage and sabotage equipment, including eavesdropping systems and 2 autopilot planes," Abu Ali added. He also continued that according to their latest information, the British army has provided the group with its experiments in Northern Ireland Liberation Army and said that the Iraqi intelligence forces had been informed of the issue when they were dealing with a plot designed by two British intelligence officer in Basra last year. He also reminded that the British have used the same terrorist group for several sabotage operations in the city of Basra, adding, "a majority of the group members have been transferred to the province of Misan so as to enter Khuzestan via Hourha." The Iraqi security official stated that the British had provided the group with the satellite images and photographs of the Khuzestan province and that they had established a headquarters in the Waterloo Lions Base in the vicinity of the Iraqi city of Ommol-Qasr.

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