Tehran: Intelligence Minister Heidar Moslehi says Iran remains in complete readiness to counter all plots hatched by enemy intelligence services, particularly those of the US and Israel.Moslehi said on Friday that the Intelligence Ministry was responsible for identifying and thwarting all enemy plots and conspiracies in all cultural, economic and social capacities.He went on to highlight enemy soft war tactics to topple the Islamic establishment and with the aim of spreading their cultural and political dominance to obstruct Iran’s development
“Some with their unintelligent analysis refuse to accept that the enemy seeks [the] ouster [of the Islamic establishment] but this is a serious warning, it is not an analysis, it is based on precise and credible information.”
“The enemy in its plots is seriously seeking to create negligence among the people and officials in order to promote frustration and lack of a sense of responsibility among the elite,” he added.
The Iranian Intelligence Minister said that the only way to thwart enemy plots is by completely obeying the guidelines of the Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei.
“Given this Ministry’s intelligence awareness and the measures taken [by it] the enemy will find nothing but disappointment [in its efforts to obstruct Iran’s path],” Moslehi said.
Moslehi added that the main purpose behind enemy conspiracies and its promotion of soft war is preventing Iran from becoming a role model for Muslim World and humanity.
“The Islamic Revolution [of Iran] is considered a model not only for the [Middle East] region and the Muslim World but it is considered a role model all of humanity,” he added.
Moslehi said latest intelligence shows that the most important agenda of the US, UK and Israeli spy agencies is to creating a rift in the Islamic Republic.
He said that the ministry would soon disclose more information about the Iranian intelligence apparatus penetrating counterrevolutionaries which had greatly unhinged them.
“New opinion polls [carried out by] foreign websites indicate widespread concern about Iran penetrating expatriate counterrevolutionaries,” Moslehi added.