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Iran media: Israeli spy cell arrested yesterday tried to bomb ‘sensitive’ site in Isfahan

An Iranian flag flutters at Iran's Bushehr nuclear power plant on November 10, 2019. (Atta Kenare/AFP)
An Iranian flag flutters at Iran's Bushehr nuclear power plant on November 10, 2019. (Atta Kenare/AFP)

Nour News, a website linked to Iran’s Revolutionary Guards, publishes new details of the arrest of an alleged Israeli spy network said to try to carry out attacks against “sensitive” sites yesterday.

The site says the network entered Iran months ago from Iraqi Kurdistan, under the guidance of the head of the Israeli Mossad spy agency.

The report says the spies identified one of the country’s “sensitive centers in Isfahan province,” and they planned to bomb it.

According to the report, the members of the network were arrested as “high-explosive materials were planted” at the site, only “a few hours” before the “final stage of their terrorist operation.”

Nour News says more details about the network and the arrests would be published soon.

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