News you may have missed #479 (Iran edition)

  • Iran arrests alleged CIA agent. Iran’s intelligence minister, Heidar Moslehi, has told the country’s state TV that authorities arrested an Iranian that he says was working for the CIA, and allegedly set up a network of aides to gather information during anti-government protests last week.
  • Yemen charges family with spying for Iran. Yemeni prosecutors allege that Muhammad al-Hatmi was a paid Iranian agent from 1998 to 2010, and passed money to rebels so they could expand their activities into Saudi Arabia. Al-Hatmi’s wife and son have been charged with aiding him by conveying money and communications.
  • Leaked intelligence report claims Iran intensifies uranium hunt. The Associated Press has published the findings of a leaked intelligence report, from an undisclosed IAEA member-country, which claims that Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi met secretly last month with senior Zimbabwean mining officials “to resume negotiations […] for the benefit of Iran’s uranium procurement plan”.

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2 Responses to News you may have missed #479 (Iran edition)

  1. davidfulton3 says:

    I DON’T believe it.Too many false flags (The boy who cried Wolfe).At this point,I find Iran more credible than the U.S. of Israel !

  2. mikey says:

    Yeah a lot of people won’t believe it until they are eating a plutonium sandwich. Obama is making Jimmy Carter look like Winston Churchill. He’s popular outside of America because he’s a weak sister. Enjoy your $5.00 per gallon gasoline.

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