Iran suspended on Tuesday an Iranian convicted of spying for the country archenemy Israel

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Iran suspended on Tuesday an Iranian convicted of spying for the country archenemy Israel, reported the official news agency IRNA.

Ali Akbar Siadat who were charged Israel with classified information about Iran's military capabilities, including information on military maneuvers, bases, operational fighter jets, military flights, aircraft crashes and missiles, IRNA reported.

Separately, another Iranian was suspended Tuesday for membership of a banned opposition movement, told IRNA.

In the past decade, Iran has stepped up its domestic military production, including missiles, which Israel and beyond - with the goal of Tehran, spoke about the land of Israel and the United States in Iran, they could strike its nuclear facilities defend.
According to IRNA, Siadat admitted spying for Israel in 2004 in exchange for $ 60,000, and an extra $ 7,000 every time he meets Israeli handlers. IRNA said he met with the Israeli secret agents in the foreign trade trips to Turkey, Thailand and the Netherlands, and that he transmitted data according to IRNA, Siadat known to spying for Israel in 2004 in exchange for $ 60,000, and an additional $ 7,000 every time he met with Israeli handlers. IRNA said he met with the Israeli secret agents in the foreign trade trips to Turkey, Thailand and the Netherlands, and that he transmitted data using a digital camera and laptop station.

IRNA reported that in 2008 Siadat was arrested while planning to flee to Iran. There were no details on whether Siadat was an officer or, as he received the classified information.

There was no comment on the enforcement of civil servants in Israel.

IRNA said Siadat was hanged in Evin prison in Tehran. Earlier this week Iran announced that Justice would spy for Israel soon after an appeals court upheld the death sentence of the man. He said that instead of negotiating in the presence of his lawyer.


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