“Agents of the terrorist group of Mojahedin-e khalq have recently made repeated phone calls to military centers in the east in an effort to collect intelligence from border guards and forces,” a high ranking military official said.
An informed military source revealed: MKO spies work for US Army
Speaking on the condition of anonymity, an informed high-ranking official in the Iranian military in eastern part of the country said in an interview with Habilian’s correspondent: “Agents of the terrorist group of Mojahedin-e khalq have recently made repeated phone calls to military centers in the east in an effort to collect intelligence from border guards and forces.”
“Investigating those who were called by MKO agents, it became clear that MKO tries to get the intelligence needed for planning military-occupying operations,” this high-ranking official added.
In response to Habilian’s correspondent that “What are their motives to get intelligence while their army has been dismantled and disarmed behind the western borders?” he replied: “What’s clear is that the MKO wants to deliver the intelligence to the US army in order to boost its position as a spying force for occupiers”.
“Although all military elements in the region had been prepared for such desperate activities of hypocrites and all intelligence delivered to them are burnt intelligence, such moves come from betrayal and turpitude of hypocrites who have shed the blood of Iranian people and soldiers.”
In the end, he addressed American aggressors and MKO mercenaries: “All Iranian armed forces are carefully monitoring the activities and movements of the enemies and would thwart their plots with the help of God.”
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