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Iran executes translator for alleged spying for CIA and Israel

Iran executes translator for alleged spying for CIA and Israel

Iran executes translator for alleged spying for CIA and Israel

The Iranian Government has executed Mahmoud Mousavi-Majd, a translator accused of spying on the late Revolutionary Guard commander Qassem Soleimani.

Majd, who served in Syria as an English and Arabic language interpreter, was charged with spying for the US and Israeli Mossad. On Monday 20 July, the Mizan Online website of the judiciary reported;

“The sentence of Mahmoud Mousavi Majd was passed on Monday morning on charges of treason, so that the case of his deception of his country will be closed for ever.

“His understanding of Arabic and his acquaintance with the geography of Syria made him loyal to Iranian military advisors and he took responsibility in groups stationed between Idlib and Latakia.”

Last month, the judiciary said the interpreter who was detained in 2018 had spied on former leader Qasem Soleimani of the Revolutionary Guards. However, the case was not linked to the killing of Soleimani in January, in a U.S. drone attack near Baghdad airport.

Judicial spokesman Gholamhossein Esmaili said he was convicted of collecting significant amounts of money from both the United States Central Intelligence Agency and Israel’s Mossad to “give information on contractor convoys, military vehicles, and communication networks, commanders and their movements, essential geographical areas, codes, and passwords.”

Iranian state television showed video of what it said was one of Majd’s CIA agents, claiming the alarm was raised when communications between the two were intercepted.

In an apparent confession video, it also showed Majd saying he had received coded messages and reportedly met his handlers with documents, including “pictures and identification documents of forces and commanders.”

The translator had migrated with his family to Syria in the 1970s, and worked at a business as an English and Arabic language translator, Mizan said. He decided to live in the country when his family was fleeing when war broke out.

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