An Israeli secret service officer arrested in a hotel in Najaf

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spyingAn Iraqi security official revealed that an Israeli woman intelligence officer arrested in the holy city of Najaf holding American identity card journalist. Iraqi security secret service discovered and arrested her immediately. The judge in charge of this issue ordered her release under US pressure. Iraqi interior minister after reviewing the details of the case ordered Najaf intelligence Directorate to keep her under arrest to be transferred immediately to Baghdad.

In the end, as a result of increased US pressure on Iraqi officials, she has been released and handed over to US forces.

Women information that has been captured by:

Name: Baras Tamir Aviva. Born 24 | 6 | 1986. Place of birth: Tel Aviv. Identity Number: 026559518

Israeli passport number: 21488124 date of issue of the passport: 26 | 3 | 2014 expiry date. 25 | 3 | 2024

Notes:

  • – This is the first time an Israeli intelligence officer identified and arrested.
  • – Some news spread that the intelligence chief in Najaf on the background of this incident will be fired.
  • – Recently, Iraqi security forces discovered a safe haven in Kadhimiya in which Israeli agents were residing.

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