Iranian agents found at opposition camp in Iraq

The Iranian opposition has reported that the Teheran regime sent agents to deploy outside an opposition camp in Iraq.

The National Council of Resistance of Iran said agents from the Iranian Intelligence and Security Ministry entered Iraq on July 4 as the U.S. military withdrew from a position outside Camp Ashraf. Camp Ashraf is home to an estimated 3,400 members and relatives of the Mujahadeen Khalq, regarded as the most violent group opposed to Iran’s mullah regime.

“They entered Iraq under the guise of relatives of Ashraf residents in order to replace other MOIS [Iranian intelligence] agents currently stationed outside the gates of Ashraf to step up the psychological torture of Ashraf residents,” the council said on July 5.

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