Iran’s intelligence chief fired

Hussein Tayyab, the head of Iran’s intelligence agency, has been removed from his post and will be replaced by Mohammad Kazmi, the head of the Iranian intelligence agency’s protection unit.

According to foreign media, Hussein Tayyab, the head of Iran’s intelligence agency, has been removed from his post and Mohammad Kazemi, the head of the protection unit of Iran’s intelligence agency, has been appointed as the new head.

Hussein Tayyab has reportedly been fired following the assassination of key figures in Iran, including Col. Ali Ismailzada, a member of Iran’s aerospace division and commander of the Revolutionary Guards’ external operations unit. Israel is involved in the assassination of these figures.

Regarding the removal of Hussein Tayyab from his post, Iranian officials say former intelligence chief Hussein Tayyab will serve as an adviser to Revolutionary Guards Commander-in-Chief Hussein Salimi.

Last month, an American newspaper claimed that Israel had claimed responsibility for the assassination of Revolutionary Guards Colonel Khudai in Iran.

Read also: Israel claims responsibility for killing Revolutionary Guards in Iran

According to the New York Times, Israel has informed the United States that Colonel Khudai was assassinated by Israel. Israeli officials told the American that Colonel Khudai was the head of a secret unit that Israelis and other foreigners around the world wanted. Was charged with kidnapping and murder.

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