Sunday, August 10, 2008

Iran might press charges against the United States, Britain and Israel

More Persian hallucinations aka rampant schizophrenia

Iran foils enemy wiretapping plot

Sun, 10 Aug 2008

Iran's Intelligence Minister Gholam-Hossein Mohseni-Ejeie Iran's Intelligence Ministry has thwarted attempts at wiretapping phone conversations by enemy agents in certain foreign embassies. Intelligence Minister Gholam-Hossein Mohseni-Ejeie said Sunday that certain Western countries have been making efforts at phone tapping in Iran. "However, their attempts have so far been foiled and other such cases will be uncovered and dealt with," Mohseni-Ejeie said. The Iranian minister pledged to ensure the country's national security. According to a report released in May 2008, US President George W. Bush signed a secret finding in March authorizing a $300 million covert operation in Iran aimed at destabilizing the Islamic Republic. Earlier in April, a terrorist cell supported by Britain, Israel and the United States killed 13 Iranians and injured more than 200 in a blast in the southern city of Shiraz. The Iranian Intelligence Ministry also announced that the terrorist group also planned to target Iran's oil pipelines, Tehran's international book fair as well as scientific, religious and educational centers and other crowded locations in different cities.
The Islamic Republic announced that it might press charges against the United States, Britain and Israel over their involvement in the April 12 bombing. Press TV


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