Iran executes four men for spying for Israel, accused of working for intelligence agency Mossad

Iran executes four men for spying for Israel, accused of working for intelligence agency Mossad

Iran's authorities executed four people on Sunday on charges of working for Israel's intelligence agency Mossad. State news agency Irna reported that the country's Revolutionary Guard had informed about the arrest of people linked to the Israeli agency. He said that these people used to steal private and government property and used to interrogate persons by abducting them.

The agency's report said that these alleged spies had weapons and were paid by Mossad in the form of 'cryptocurrency'. Iran and Israel are arch-enemies. Erna said those executed included Hussein Ordokhanzada, Shahin Imani Mohmudabadi, Milad Ashrafi, and Manouchehr Shahbandi.