The Mossad agency, an Israeli intelligence agency, recruited Iranian scientists and blew up its own nuclear power plant.
Iranian scientists were reportedly recruited by an international dissident organization. She then integrated them into a covert operation.
However, Iranian scientists were unaware that the covert operation was to blow up their own nuclear power plant.
New Delhi: The Israeli Mossad has been named one of the best intelligence agencies in the world. The Mossad intelligence agency is said to be bold in carrying out covert operations.
Recently, a secret Mossad operation to prove this came to light. The operation was carried out by top Iranian scientists who believed they had been recruited by an international dissident organization.
The newspaper reported that an explosion occurred at the Nantaj nuclear facility during the Mossad covert operation.
In total, they explained that there was a connection with the Mossad in the three events of this explosion of the nuclear installation of Nantaj.
It is said that 90% of the nuclear plant’s critical centrifuges were destroyed by this covert operation. As a result, the complex stood idle for about 9 months.
The Jewish Chronicle reports that the Mossad took about 18 months to set up these three operations.
About a thousand technicians, spies and other agents were deployed in the field.
The Mossad intelligence agency itself recruited Iranian scientists. However, they managed to convince them that they had been recruited by a dissident international organization.
Then did a covert operation with them. But Iranian scientists were unaware that the covert operation was to blow up their own nuclear power plant.
During this covert operation, the explosives were delivered there by drones. The drones were collected by Iranian scientists who recruited them.
In addition, the magazine revealed that the Mossad secretly sent food explosives and trucks to the high-security nuclear power plant complex, where many explosives were still stored.
He also said explosives were hidden in some of the building materials used to build the Nantaz centrifuge in 2019.