Iran has executed four and jailed three for collaborating with Israeli intelligence services. Hossein Ordukanzadeh, Shahin Imani Mahmoudabad, Milad Ashrafi Atlanta, and Manusher Shabandi Bojandi were hanged early Sunday morning, according to the official news site of the judiciary. Judiciary officials called them “thugs” and said they were directed by Israeli intelligence when they were involved in destroying public and private property, theft, kidnapping, and false confessions. was instructed by Mossad agents based in Sweden.
Ordukhanzadeh, who all had criminal records and suspected key Mossad ties, was imprisoned in Greece from 2014 to 2017 for trying to smuggle people from Turkey into Greece, according to judicial authorities. was Iran’s judiciary has emphasized the role of Mossad, saying that they are paid in the form of cryptocurrencies, trained on how to conceal evidence, circumvent surveillance cameras, and replace vehicles while distributing weapons and equipment. said to have purchased the In addition to the four of him who were executed, three of his others (whose names were not disclosed) were charged with “crimes against national security, aiding a kidnapping and possession of a firearm.” He was sentenced to ten years in prison.
Iran and Israel are the region’s biggest enemies, with Iran occasionally announcing the detention of people allegedly working for foreign powers, including the United States and its European allies. The execution follows the death of Martha Amini, a young woman arrested by the country’s deputy for failing to follow a stipulated dress code as Iran grapples with more than two months of protests that erupted in mid-September. It was done while continuing.
Iran accuses the US, Israel, UK, France, Germany, and Saudi Arabia of being behind the riots, judiciary officials say 40 foreigners have been arrested in “riots” since September. Sunday’s execution does not appear to be directly related to the demonstrations. Still, the individual was reportedly arrested about six months ago by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and intelligence services.