Iran executes four people convicted of collaborating with "Israel"
The Islamic Republic of Iran's judiciary carries out death sentences issued against a group linked to the Israeli intelligence.
The Iranian judiciary announced on Sunday the execution of four men convicted of collaborating with "Israel."
According to information on Mizan news, an Iranian judiciary-affiliated website, "The verdicts issued against four key members of a rogue group linked to the Zionist regime's intelligence services were carried out this morning."
Recently, Iran revealed that it had dismantled many spy networks, and in July, the Iranian Ministry of Intelligence revealed the dismantling of a network of agents belonging to the Israeli Mossad, which was "aiming to carry out terrorist operations in Iran."
In late May, the Islamic Revolution Guard Corps' public relations department announced the arrest of a spy network linked with Israeli intelligence.
In a statement, the IRGC indicated that "the network, led by the Zionist regime's intelligence service, attempted to steal and destroy personal and public properties, and abduct people and get fabricated confessions."
Similarly, the Iranian Security Directorate also announced in March the dismantling of an espionage network working for "Israel" in western Iran.
The Directorate indicated that the network was recruiting people to carry out sabotage operations inside Iran.