PressTV-Daesh Takfiris detail Tehran plots on TV

In the 15-minute video footage aired on the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB) on Monday, the Daesh Takfiris, after their arrest by Iranian security forces, explained in detail how they had obtained their bomb-making devices and materials.The terrorists said they were paid 600,000 euros to carry out bombing attacks at 50 locations in Tehran and other big cities in Iran.They also elaborated on how they sought to conduct their terrorist attacks in Tehran, saying they had spent weeks to locate the most populated areas for their operations.The video for the first time featured footage secretly shot by Iran’s Intelligence Ministry of the terrorists’ movements, vehicles and explosives.It also showed the footage of the raid by the Iranian security forces on the terrorists’ hideout that led to the Takfiris’ arrest.On June 20, Iran’s Intelligence Ministry released a statement about foiled bombing plots by Takfiri groups.

Source: PressTV-Daesh Takfiris detail Tehran plots on TV

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