Iran Reveals 20 Foreign Spy Agencies Instigated Protests In Country Last Year

Commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps Intelligence Organization, Mohammad Kazemi, reveals that 20 foreign spy agencies instigated protests in Iran last year.

Secret services from almost 20 countries played an active role in organizing the anti-government protests that took place in Iran last fall, Commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps Intelligence Organization Mohammad Kazemi said on Tuesday.

“The United States, the United Kingdom, the United Arab Emirates, France, Germany, Canada, Belgium, Austria, Albania, Australia, Iceland, Italy, Norway, Bahrain, New Zealand and Israel are among countries that were active during the protests,” Kazemi was quoted by a Iranian news agency as saying.

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