Exclusive: Leaked Audio Shows Saudi-MKO Collusion over Tanker Attacks

A leaked audio of a phone conversation between two members of the anti-Iran terrorist group, the Mujahedin-e-Khalq Organization, reveals Saudi Arabia has colluded with the MKO elements to frame Iran for the recent tanker attacks in the Persian Gulf.

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The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps says it has dismantled a terrorist cell affiliated with the “global arrogance” that intended to infiltrate into the northwestern borders of the country.