Iran executed a defendant accused of espionage and data transmission on Soleimani

Iranian authorities executed Mahmoud Musawi Majd, who was accused of spying for the CIA, as well as of transferring data on the movements of General Qassem Soleimani. This was reported by the Tasnim agency.

It is noted that Majd, who was also accused of working for the Israeli intelligence Mossad, was executed on the morning of Monday, July 20.

The case against the convict was initiated even before the death of General Suleimani and has nothing to do with the U.S. operation against the Iranian military.

On December 31, dozens of protesters attacked the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad. On January 3, the U.S. Air Force struck Baghdad airport, killing General Qassem Sđżleimani, whom Washington considered involved in the attack.