Intel Min. releases docs on SA, terror group relation

TEHRAN, Nov. 18 (MNA) – Iran's Ministry of Intelligence released some documents of the direct connection of separatist group Arab Struggle Movement for the Liberation of Ahwaz (ASMLA) with the Saudi intelligence agencies.

The Public Relations and Information Center of the Ministry of Intelligence has released some documents and correspondence of the Arab Struggle Movement for the Liberation of Ahwaz with the Saudi intelligence agencies.

In a statement on Wednesday, the Intelligence Ministry announced that “Farajollah-Chaab”, the leader of the Harakat al-Nidhal al-Arabi (Arab Struggle Movement for the Liberation of Ahvaz) has been arrested. 

He is responsible for the bloody terrorist attack in September 2018 in Ahvaz.

The statement also said that the leader of the separatist group, who had planned several other large-scale operations in Tehran and Khuzestan in recent years, has been planning a new terrorist operation.

“This terrorist group, which is directly supported by the Saudi intelligence services and the Zionist regime; has been managing terrorist operations in Iran despite the issuance of international orders for the group's leaders,” it added.

“The main perpetrator of the bloody terrorist attack in Ahvaz is now in the hands of the Ministry of Intelligence; he also has given details of other terrorist and bloody operations of this group.”

During a military parade in September 2018 in the southwestern city of Ahvaz, gunmen opened fire on people from behind a viewing stand killing over 25 and injuring more than 60.

The following images include the original and translations of documents released by the Ministry of Intelligence from the secret correspondence of the terrorist group Harakat al-Nidhal al-Arabi with the Saudi intelligence agencies.

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