Israeli military tribunals accuse three Palestinians of planning terrorist attacks on behalf of Iran. The three men were arrested by agents from the security services alongside the Israeli military on the west bank of Hebron City. The Israeli military called the Mahmud Makharmeh (29) a computer engineering student. While two other people named Nur Makharmeh (22) and Diaa Sarakhneh (22) are known as Mahmud's accomplices. Currently all three are prosecuted in an Israeli military tribunal.
A statement quoted by AFP on Thursday (4/1/2018) mentions, the group is run by Iranian intelligence agencies located in South Africa. The statement also says that Iran has used Africa as a center of movement for recruitment and operation of agents against Israel.
"(The group) is run by Iranian intelligence and recruited and funded by Iranian intelligence agencies residing in South Africa It is well known that Iranian intelligence has used South Africa as an important center for finding, recruiting and operating agents against Israel, "the statement said.
Shin said he met Iranian agents several times while he was in South Africa. Some of them are from Tehran just to meet him. He claimed to have been ordered to recruit killers and gunmen to collect and pass information to his Iranian agents. Mahmud claimed to be paid $ 8,000.
Mahmud Makharmeh was charged for making contact with a hostile foreign organization, receiving enemy funds and trying to join an illegal organization. The other two were indicted for trying to join the illegal organization.
Israel mentioned, in addition to supporting Hamas, Islamic Jihad, and Shiite Hezbollah in Lebanon, Iran is indeed dedicated to destroying and supporting global terror. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu alleged that the group was Iran's last attempt to attack Israel.
"This is not the first time they tried various methods and fields to attack the state of Israel," as written in a statement.
, in 2015 the Israeli court sentenced a Belgian-born Belgian. The woman was jailed for seven years after becoming an Iranian spy by posing as an entrepreneur. He was convicted of helping enemies during the war and spying on behalf of the Republican Guard of the Iranian elite.
Iranian Academician Ahmadreza Djalali-had the same fate as the woman. Djalali is currently facing executions in Tehran after being convicted in October on charges of spying on Israel. Djalali said he was convicted of refusing to spy on Iran while he was working in Europe.
(yas / dnu)