Some Farsi speaking mercenaries are cooperating with the US army, adding that they are of the MKO (Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization) members whose duty is to eavesdrop the Iranian troops communications.
US Intelligence Agents Closely Watched by Iranian Security Forces
Acting Deputy Interior Minister Monday said that the US army has deployed intelligence and security agents along the Iranian western to southern borders, whose operations are closely watched by Iran's security forces.
Speaking in an exclusive interview with Fars News's political desk, Brigadier General Mohammad Baqer Zolqadr said that the US army has deployed a brigade along western to southern borders of Iran to run intelligence operations and control Iraqi borders.
Stating that the Iranian security troops are in full command of the situation and are closely watching the US forces' operations, he confirmed earlier reports that some Farsi speaking mercenaries are cooperating with the US army, adding that they are of the MKO (Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization) members whose duty is to eavesdrop the Iranian troops communications.
Elsewhere, the Deputy Interior Minister for Security Affairs stated that all the agents behind the terrorist attacks in Khuzestan province last month have been arrested, adding that they have been handed over to the judiciary officials.
He also mentioned that these agents have been organized and extended information and financial support by the intelligence and security forces of some neighboring countries.
Meantime, Zolqadr stressed that operations continue for the identification and arrest of individuals in charge of other terrorist attacks in the southern parts of the country.
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