Tasnim: It was Hezbollah that arrested the spy Mahmoud Mousavi Majd 26 months before Soleimani’s assassination in Iraq

Tasnim posted information about the spy Mahmoud Mousavi Majd, who is on death row, and says that Hezbollah arrested him 26 months before the death of Lieutenant General Qassem Soleimani, and was not related to the assassination file.

The Iranian Tasnim International News Agency published new information about the spy Mahmoud Mousavi Majd, who was sentenced to death and arrested in Syria.

Tasnim Agency said that the Iranian spy left for Syria with his family since he was young and lived there, as he was not a military in the army or the Revolutionary Guards or the Basij.

Tasnim Agency pointed out that Hezbollah arrested the spy 26 months before the death of General Qassem Soleimani, and was transferred to Iran while he was in prison since that time, but his file has nothing to do with the assassination, noting that the spy was selling whatever information he obtained during his work as a driver for “Israel” And the United States for $ 5,000.

The spokesman for the judiciary, Ghulam Hussein Ismaili, had announced the death sentence issued against the so-called “Mahmoud Kazem Mousavi Majd” on charges of collaborating with the Mossad and the CIA, while he was, while in Syria, transmitting to the foreign intelligence services information about the movements and locations of the martyr Soleimani and some leaders and Iranian military advisers in exchange for the money.

Tasnim got new information about this spy, whose photos the media released a few days ago.

Contrary to some media speculation, he was neither a military nor a Revolutionary Guard, nor a volunteer to Syria, but rather had migrated with his family before the revolution as a child, and he grew up in Syria.

Iran had decided to execute a man convicted of spying for the United States, and to provide information to the American and Israeli intelligence on the whereabouts of the martyr General Qassem Soleimani.

During a press conference, Iran’s judiciary spokesman, Ghulam Hussain Ismaili, said that he had sentenced Mahmoud Mousavi-Majd, a CIA spy and Mossad, to death, noting that he revealed the location of the martyr Soleimani to Iran’s enemies.

Al-Quds Force Commander, Lieutenant-General Qassem Soleimani and Deputy Chairman of the Popular Mobilization Authority, Abu Mahdi Al Muhandis, cited an American missile strike near Baghdad International Airport on January 3.