Intelligence minister: Terrorist leader 'Abu Hafas Balouchi' killed
IRNA - Islamic Republic News Agency
Qom, Aug 25, IRNA -- Intelligence Minister Seyed Mahmoud Alavi announced that head of Abu Hafs Balouchi terrorist group has been killed in the operations of the country's security forces.
'The traces of the foreign spying services in creation of some insecurities in the country's borders can be seen and their leader Abu Hafas Balouchi with the real name of Hesham Azizi has been killed,' Alavi said.
He noted that the spying services had set up 12 teams and paid them $500,000 for each terrorist operation and each of the team members also received $3,000 per month and if each of them was killed his family would receive $10,000, and said, 'By making such expenditure they wanted to threaten our country's security.'
The intelligence minister reiterated that the spy agencies of the US (CIA), the Zionist regime (Mossad), Britain (MI6) and Saudi Arabia are cooperating with each other to threaten Iran's security.
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