Iran: Bomb Plot Linked to Israel Was Foiled

Iran claims to have foiled a plot linked to Israel to bomb crowded sites in Tehran on Election Day.

Iran’s intelligence ministry also linked the plot to America and other “foreign enemies” of Iran, in a statement released Thursday, Reuters reported.

A report on Iran state television said the plot, which included planting bombs in at least two prominent mosques in the capital, was foiled on Election Day, June 12.

This story "Iran: Bomb Plot Linked to Israel Was Foiled" was written by JTA.


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