News ID: 115847
Publish Date : 07 June 2023 - 22:59
TEHRAN – A new report has disclosed more details about a terrorist attack on the Iranian parliament in June 2017, revealing that the terrorist Mujahedin Khalq Organization (MKO) was in cahoots with Daesh terrorists in the assault.
The terrorist attack on the parliament building in Tehran on June 7, 2017, claimed by Daesh, martyred 17 people and injured several others.  
New details of the attack, released after six years, indicate that the MKO terrorist group had collected information and masterminded the operation.
Tasnim has learned that the MKO terrorist group had obtained the blueprints for the entrances and exits of the parliament building through acts of espionage and provided them to Daesh terrorists before masterminding the terrorist operation.
The MKO agents had obtained the information on the building and its gates after forming links with a parliament staffer.
The individual who had established links with MKO terrorists in the virtual space used to accompany one of the Iranian lawmakers. During the period of connection, the individual had supplied the MKO terrorists with classified information.
The individual, who is now being held in custody by the Iranian security organizations, has confessed to having been asked questions by the MKO’s main intermediary about the blueprints for the parliament buildings, its entrances and exits, and the number of guards at each gate. The detainee had reportedly provided the MKO’s main intermediary with a complete blueprint for the Parliament according to the data and documents that had been gathered.
A main question asked by the MKO’s main intermediary before the terrorist attack was, “Which gate do you think should be chosen for entrance if an operation would be carried out in the parliament?” The suggestion was the gate for the public visitors.
Shortly after the blueprints for the entrances and exits of the building as well as the information about the security level and the number of guards at each gate were prepared, five Daesh members carried out the operation, martyring 17 people and injuring five others.
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