On Tuesday, Iran’s intelligence minister Mahmoud Alavi announced that during a series of security operations earlier in the month, ten foreign terrorists were arrested in Tehran and three other central provinces.
During the operations, security forces identified 50 bombing locations, confiscated over 100 kilograms of explosives, and stopped the delivery of at least two tons of explosive materials to the terrorists in the country, he elaborated.
The terrorists were planning to hit their targets during the Islamic month of Ramazan: The month of fasting.
Interestingly, Israeli propaganda site, The Daily Beast, claimed on September 25, 2014 that ISIS and Al-Qaeda were under orders not to attack Iran in order to protect their supply lines!
Let’s not forget that Dubya Bush administration allocated $300 million to topple Ahmadinejad from power ahead of 2009 election. On March 1, 2008, Mehran Kamrava spilled his Zionist beans at George Keiser’s founded (1946) Jewish propaganda group, Middle East Institute, by saying: “Revelations about the CIA’s covert operations designed to destabilize the Iranian government reveal a clear shift in strategy about the manner and methods that Washington is employing in order to bring about regime change in Iran. There is always an ever-present possibility of a US military strike on targets in Iran, and administration officials, including President Bush himself, have repeatedly stated that “all options are on the table” when it comes to Iran, in a not-too-subtle hint at the possibility of a military attack against Tehran. There are also persistent reports in the media that powerful figures within the Bush administration, especially those affiliated with the office of Vice President Cheney, are eager to set into motion plans to attack Iran. With tensions at all-time highs, an unintended eruption of open hostilities is also a distinct possibility. As time goes by, however, the possibility of a US attack on Iran becomes increasingly improbable. The shift in US strategy toward Iran is clear and undeniable: diplomacy and soft regime change first, backed up with the threat of military action. That threat, it appears, is becoming less and less likely to materialize.”
Authors Dan Raviv of CBS News and Israeli journalist Yossi Melman, in 2012 book, ‘Spies Against Armageddon: Inside Israel’s Secret War’, reported that Israeli Mossad assassins inside Iran were able to kill five Iranian nuclear scientists with the help of Iranian collaborators.
Jewish professor Bernard Lewis (Princeton University) has written for years about using ethnic groups in Iran and elsewhere in the Middle East to break up the region into weak mini-states. Brenda Shaffer, a US-Israeli academic, in her book, Borders and Brethren: Iran and the Challenge of Azerbaijani Identity, claims that there is no such thing as a unifying collective Iranian identity and advocates separation of Iran’s Azerbaijan and joining it with the Republic of Azerbaijan, an Israeli ally. Interestingly, the current Republic of Azerbaijan was part of Iran throughout history until the Russian empire separated it from Iran in 1820s. Other academics have also made such bogus claims for years. Several years ago a quote was widely attributed to an aide to Israel’s former Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, according to which, Even if Iran becomes a completely democratic state, it would still be too large and a threat to Israel’s security.