Friday, December 31, 2010

Iran Cites UK Role in Inciting Revolt

Iran's Intelligence Minister Heidar Moslehi has accused the British Intelligence service of collaborating with the opposition in the country's post-election unrest last year.

"One of the intelligence services that sought to overthrow the Islamic Republic since the advent of the [Islamic] Revolution, was British,” he said during a speech in City of Ray in southern Tehran on Thursday.

British intelligence, he added, “acted quite diligently with precise knowledge of our culture to influence individuals, and they learned that one of ways to harm (manipulate) people was through their relatives".'


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