Iran dismantles an Israeli cyber espionage network
The Director-General of Intelligence of West Azarbaijan Province in the northwest of Iran says that the cyber-espionage network was attempting to carry out acts of sabotage within Iran.
Iran revealed that it had exposed a large cyberespionage network that was run by an Israeli intelligence agency in West Azarbaijan on Sunday.
On his account, the Director General of Intelligence of West Azarbaijan Province in the northwest of Iran stated that the cyber-espionage network was attempting to carry out acts of sabotage within Iran.
Furthermore, he hailed the vigilance of the Iranian intelligence forces for dismantling the spy network.
In the same context, Border Guard Commander in the Iranian Law Enforcement Force, Brigadier-General Ahmed Ali Goudarzi, has lately said that Israeli espionage in Azerbaijan is "fully monitored", stressing that his country's border, especially in the north and northwest, is "safe, and there is nothing to worry about."
At the time, he explained that the Israelis have stationed themselves in important and sensitive locations in Azerbaijan, with intentions to spy on Iran, pointing out that Tehran had repeatedly warned its neighbors in the north against the presence of Takfiri groups near the border.
On his account, the Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein AmirAbdollahian said that the Israeli intelligence presence in Azerbaijan does not benefit this country, stressing that Iran "will not allow the Zionist entity to carry out activities in the Caucasus region."
Earlier this morning, Al Mayadeen correspondent reported that more than 10 ballistic missiles hit the vicinity of the Harir base near Erbil Airport in the Iraqi Kurdistan region, Erbil. The health minister of the Iraqi Kurdistan region affirmed that there were no injuries or deaths reported in the attack.
Sources told Al Mayadeen that the attack was carried out with several ballistic missiles, and they accurately hit a Mossad base.