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Of note, Israeli media later reported that the Jewish state’s Mossad spy agency had assisted Denmark’s PET with thwarting the alleged assassination attempt.Iran has vehemently denied any connection to the alleged plot, calling it the result of a “Mossad program to kill the JCPOA [Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action].” Al-Monitor has learned from Iranian sources that while a call for the extradition of the Iranian Arab separatists was made, no formal extradition request was issued.Danish Security and Intelligence Service (PET) chief Finn Borch Andersen on Oct.30 announced that the Norwegian national had engaged in intelligence collection to target the exiled leader of the Arab Struggle Movement for the Liberation of Ahvaz (ASMLA), pointing the finger at “an Iranian intelligence agency.” ASMLA is an Arab Iranian separatist group that has been linked to violence in Iran’s southwestern province of Khuzestan.The alleged Iranian terror plots have raised multiple questions. 1 tweet that Israel’s Mossad spy agency had assisted in foiling the alleged plot on Oct.The perhaps most important dimension is their timing, which is directly linked to the matter of who would stand to benefit from them the most. 29, the day before the PET chief’s press conference.
Of note, the Trump administration has over the past year urged Europe to adopt a tougher position on Iran, referring to Iranian “terrorism” on European soil.
His work has appeared in outlets such as the New York Times, National Interest and BBC World News.
He has also offered commentary on CNN and Al Jazeera English among other leading channels.
While factional sniping has been unrelenting with highly venomous hard-liner rhetoric and allegations aimed at both Rouhani and Zarif, in recent years there have been no “rogue” actions by the security services that could have been used to undermine dialogue with world powers, and Europe in particular. 19, 2013, bombing of the Iranian Embassy in Lebanon by Sunni jihadis, which left 23 people dead — including the Iranian cultural attache — came five days before the announcement of the interim Joint Plan of Action in Switzerland after unprecedented talks between Iran, the United States and five other world powers. In that instance, there does not seem to have been any "rogue" responses either.
Perhaps most notably, in the aftermath of the Denmark plot, Iranian hard-liners have sought to hold Europe to its engagement with Iran rather than call for an end to it on account of European accusations against the Islamic Republic or indeed the harboring of figures accused of involvement in terror attacks in Iran.