Denmark accuses Iran of plot to kill on Danish soil
October 31, 2018 | Brainwave Science
According to several media sources Denmark has accused Iran of plotting to kill an Iranian Arab opposition figure on Danish soil and is calling for the EU to consider action against Tehran. Iran has dismissed the allegations. But Denmark has recalled its ambassador from Tehran and is speaking to other EU countries about how to respond.
The drama started in September, when – seemingly from nowhere – a large area around Denmark’s capital Copenhagen was cut off. Police closed bridges, boats and trains to and from Zealand, Denmark’s largest island, in a massive hunt for a Swedish-registered black Volvo. Three people involved in a “serious crime” were in the car, an official statement said at the time. Rumours have circulated ever since about what prompted the unprecedented action, which came just six days after the Iranian military parade was attacked.
On Tuesday, the shocking answer came. Finn Borch Andersen, head of Denmark’s intelligence service Politiets Efterretningstjeneste (PET), said the agency believed Iran “was planning an attack in Denmark” against three activists. The trio, who live in the city of Ringsted, south-west of Copenhagen, are part of the separatist Arab Struggle Movement for the Liberation of al-Ahwaz (ASMLA). “We are dealing with an Iranian intelligence agency planning an attack on Danish soil,” PET chief Andersen told the press conference. “Obviously, we can’t and won’t accept that.”
Iran was quick to dismiss the claims as fiction. Foreign ministry spokesman Bahram Qasemi said such “biased reports” and allegations pursued “the enemy’s plots and conspiracies” to harm the developing relations between his country and Europe, according to Tasnim news agency. But Danish Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen called the alleged assassination plot “totally unacceptable”. He said UK Prime Minister Theresa May had voiced support for Denmark in a meeting in Oslo. Denmark’s Foreign Minister, Anders Samuelsen, said the country was discussing possible action with other European countries.
This news comes at one of the worst times for Iran and the world. Just this month, French officials said Iran’s ministry of intelligence was behind a plot to bomb a rally of Iranian opposition groups in Paris in June. Now Denmark has joined in the protest with France. The US President Donald Trump’s decision to walk out of Iran nuclear deal has changed things, recently former CIA Director and retired four-star Gen. David Petraeus praised President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw the U.S. from the Iran nuclear deal. At a conference in Israel, he said…”(withdrawing) will see much greater pressure on Iran, not just in areas covered by the nuclear deal, but also with regard to its missile program and Iran’s malign activities … in the rest of the Middle East,” Petraeus said.
“In light of the latest development, Denmark will now push for a discussion in the EU on the need for further sanctions against Iran,” the Danish Foreign Minister Anders Samuelsen said.
While US has pulled out of Iran nuclear deal and accused Iran of being a terrorism sponsoring state, the pressure on EU and Iran has increased. Israel has always been a vociferous opponent of Tehran and their policies. It is a challenging and delicate situation at a global level with a potential to suddenly turn tables at a global level involving national security, intelligence, espionage and puts lot of pressure on law enforcement forces during investigations.
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Source: BBC News
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