Deputy Interior Minister Majid Mirahmadi (file photo)

Deputy Interior Minister Majid Mirahmadi

Iran Accuses ‘Enemies’ Of Funding Protesters To Harm Security

Sunday, 12/04/2022

An Iranian official claims “enemies” have offered a lot of money to protesters to attack security agents or chant anti-regime slogans.

Deputy Interior Minister Majid Mirahmadi alleged “some girls were assigned to suggest to young protesters to sleep with them for a few nights in return for anti-security acts,” without providing any documents for his claims.

In an interview with state TV, he claimed that an amount of around $1500 was offered to attack a security agent and about 100 dollars to chant slogans.

Using the term “enemies” is a favorite of Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei to refer to the United States, Israel, US allies in the region and in Europe.

Mirahmadi further alleged that some protesters have received asylum offers in other countries for killing a law enforcement agent.

Following Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei’s lead, Iranian officials claim that the ongoing antigovernment protests across Iran – ignited by death in custody of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini -- are instigated by foreign enemies.

The Washington Post on Thursday quoted some Western officials as saying that the Islamic Republic’s intelligence and security services depend largely on proxies to carry out their plans to kill and kidnap its opponents abroad, “offering hundreds of thousands of dollars to jewel thieves, drug dealers and other criminals in murder-for-hire schemes.”

The Revolutionary Guard Intelligence Organization and the IRGC Quds Force have been mentioned as two main actors in designing these plots.

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