Spy: According to Israel, Iran wanted to appoint agents through social networks

“Sarah Puppy”. This is the nickname that the first enemy of the Jewish state used on Facebook to recruit Israelis. They had to do harm to their comrades or Arab ambassadors.

According to the Israeli Homeland Security Service, Sarah Puppy's fake account amassed 2,000 friends before she was removed from Facebook on Monday.

According to the Israeli Homeland Security Service, Sarah Puppy’s fake account amassed 2,000 friends before she was removed from Facebook on Monday.

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An Iranian agent behind the profile of “Sarah Puppy”, a young Jewish woman from Canada, asked the Israelis to “pressurize them, pledge thousands of dollars”, “gather information about personalities” and “harm them.” Shin Beth, the Israeli homeland security services, pointed out. Some of its members who were associated with “Sarah Puppy” through other fake Facebook accounts received money in bitcoins.

Through his fake account, which had 2,000 friends before he was removed from Facebook on Monday, the Iranian agent wanted to gather information about Arab business figures and ambassadors operating in Israel. He sought to damage Israel’s relations with Moscow, pushing President Vladimir Putin and his speakers to criticize the attacks in Ukraine.

Shin Beth said he had provided “Sarah Puppy” with additional information and provided free rein to return to Iran. Israel regards Tehran as its pet and opposes reviving the international agreement on its nuclear program, saying it threatens its security.

Tehran is quiet

The office of Israeli Prime Minister Naphtali Bennett announced on Saturday that Mossad had thwarted “recent months” attacks by Tehran on “recent months” attacks on an American general in Germany, a journalist in France and an Israeli ambassador to Turkey. The Iranian ideological army pointed out to the Prime Minister’s Office that they were “ordered, recognized, funded and executed by senior officials of the Iranian regime and carried out by the revolutionary guards.”

One suspect admitted that he had been arrested and interrogated by Mossad in Iran and had been instructed by security forces to carry out the attacks before being released.

Tehran did not respond to Israel’s call for the removal of guards from the U.S. detention list of “foreign terrorist organizations”, an issue at the center of the Iranian nuclear talks.


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