Video of the moment of martyrdom Gen. Qasem Soleimani And the companions at the Baghdad airport were published by Sabrinnews. In this terrorist act, two people who are members of the Hashad al-Shaabi ceremonial team will also be martyred.
Who stole Sardar Soleimani’s bag after the assassination?
Iraqi journalist Najah Mohammad Ali wrote on Twitter: Talal Naji, the head of intelligence at Baghdad airport and the main accused in the assassination of Sardar Soleimani, was fled to the Iraqi embassy in Britain. He was accused of spying and revealing the arrival and departure of Sardar Qassem Soleimani and Abu Mahdi al-Mohandes to the Americans from Baghdad airport, and stole the bag with Soleimani.
Mossad spy Mahmoud Mousavi Majd was executed
Mahmoud Mousavi Majd, who had collected information in various security areas and provided it to the foreign service, was executed.
Seyyed Mahmoud Mousavi Majd was a man who had been linked to both the Mossad and the CIA, gathering information in various security areas in exchange for US dollars. One of the charges against this person was announcing the location and residence of Sardar Shahid Soleimani and some military commanders to the CIA and Mossad intelligence services at different times.
The spy, who was sentenced to death because his father was a businessman, went to Syria with his family in the 1970s and attended schools there. His fluency in Arabic and English led him to work as a translator for a company affiliated with Iran, and during the Syrian war, he remained in Syria despite his family returning to Iran.
His command of the Arabic language and familiarity with the geography of Syria brought him closer to the Iranian advisory forces and he took charge of the groups from Idlib to Latakia. He was not an organizational member of the IRGC, but was able to enter many sensitive areas under the guise of a translator.
How to identify a spy
Mousavi Majd connects to the spy service through a call from a CIA officer in West Asia. The call, which was under security surveillance, led to the identification of Mousavi Majd, who has been under surveillance by security forces ever since.
His suspicious behavior makes investigations into him more accurate and reveals his connections to a network of CIA intelligence officers.
Mousavi Majd received US dollars in exchange for spying and disclosing information about the characteristics of advisory units, weapons, telecommunication systems, introducing commanders and their travels, even Sardar Shahid Soleimani, and the geographical locations of important centers and codes and codes. It came under Iranian intelligence and its access levels were declining. After spying on the United States, he turned to the Mossad spy service and provided them with information. He even tries at times to connect to the Saudi intelligence service.
Forms and objections of the Supreme Court to the death sentence and reaffirmation
Mousavi Majd was arrested on October 9, 1997, and Branch 15 of the Islamic Revolutionary Tribunal investigated his charges. On September 24, 1998, he was sentenced to death. On March 25, 1998, a retrial confirmed his death sentence and sent the case back to the Supreme Court, which upheld the Supreme Court.