Amoli Larijani Warns US Officials to Stay Off Iran's Judiciary

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Iran
Monday, 31 August 2015

Iran's Judiciary Chief Sadeq Amoli Larijani rapped the US interfering remarks on a yesterday court ruling issued for two suspects on charges of spying for Washington and Tel Aviv.

"The Islamic Republic of Iran's Judiciary investigates the judiciary cases, including the case of spying for the US, with calmness and sobriety and the US officials' prescriptions are no way needed," Amoli Larijani said, addressing Judiciary officials in Tehran on Monday.

He strongly rejected the US officials' meddlesome comments that the 10-year prison terms given to the two suspects was unfair, and said the US is suffering from a weak justice system and a biased judgment that is based on double standards.

The justice system that is based on the US criteria supports the usurper Zionist regime which doesn’t hesitate about killing the innocent children and the Saudi regime's airstrikes against the Yemeni people, he said.

On Sunday, an Iranian court issued 10-year prison terms for two suspects on charges of spying for the US and Israel.

"The two persons were sentenced to 10-year prison terms by Tehran's Islamic Revolutionary Court," Judiciary Spokesman Gholamhossein Mohseni Eje'i told reporters in Tehran.

Yet, the spokesman did not reveal the identity of the two convicts.

Iranian Intelligence Minister Seyed Mahmoud Alawi had announced in October that the country's security forces had arrested several spies in the Southern province of Bushehr which hosts the nation's first nuclear power plant.

"Thanks to the vigilance of the Intelligence Ministry forces who monitor the moves of the foreign intelligence services, some agents who intended to carry out surveillance and intelligence gathering for the foreigners in Bushehr province have been identified and sent to justice," Alawi said at the time.

He also warned that foreign spy agencies, including the CIA, Mossad and MI6, were seeking to target and carry out sabotage operations against Iran's nuclear and defense programs, yet he stressed that his forces knew how to fool the foreign spies.

"Some (spying) services like Mossad, the MI6 and the CIA and the countries which are enemies of Iran are naturally in pursuit of negative objectives in the Islamic Republic or sometimes they act directly and leave negative effects in political, economic and social fields," Alawi said.

"And sometimes they make use of other spying services for proxy jobs or use people's internet pages," he added.

"Our nuclear, defense and missile industries and advanced technologies are the arenas in which they seek to gain intelligence and carry out sabotage operations," Alawi said.

He, meantime, stressed that the Iranian intelligence forces had kept vigilant, identified the hostile spy agencies' weak and strong points and adopted the necessary actions to manage these spy agencies.

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