MembersANALYSIS : Mossad Scores Another Victory Over Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps

Iran’s top secret service now realizes it probably has Mossad moles within the organization, making attacks on Israeli assets more difficult.

By Yochanan Visser | | Topics: Iran
Iranian expatriates and their supporters in Berlin demonstrate against the regime of the ayatollahs. Photo: EPA-EFE/FILIP SINGER

While the Mossad, Israel’s foreign secret service, continues its campaign against Iran within the borders of the Islamic Republic, the secret service of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) failed miserably in its campaign of revenge against Israeli citizens traveling abroad.

This failure has now led to the resignation of Hussein Ta’ab, the head of the IRGC secret service who has now been appointed as advisor to Hossein Salami, commander of the IRGC.

Ta’ab, according to Israel, was the IRGC commander who organized a campaign to kidnap or murder Israeli tourists abroad.

Rumors about the impending assassination or kidnap campaign against Israeli civilians abroad began more than a month ago.

This happened after Mossad was identified by Iran as the organization responsible for a long series of mysterious explosions at nuclear facilities and for the recent assassinations of prominent IRGC commanders and nuclear scientists in the Islamic Republic.

The IRGC ran out of patience after the liquidation of Colonel Hassan Sayad Khodaei who...

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