This was done by Iran in response to the 2020 assassination of nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh
Secret services in Turkey and Israel foiled an assassination attempt on Israeli businessman Yair Geller. can The news agency reported on Friday.
According to the report, this was done by Iran in response to the 2020 assassination of nuclear scientist Mohsen Fachrizadeh, as well as an attempt to prevent a possible normalization between Ankara and Jerusalem.
Geller, who owns an engineering firm specializing in aerospace technology, is known for “his global success in the defense industry,” according to Turkish reports.
Iranians photographed his home and work and monitored his actions. The assassination cell consisted of nine men, some with Turkish citizenship, who spied on Geller. However, the cell was monitored by Turkish intelligence agencies, who passed the information to the Israeli Mossad.
The leader in Turkey was identified as Iranian Moshtagh Bighouz, while the leader in Iran was accordingly identified as Iranian intelligence officer Yasin Taheremamkendi The Times of Israel.
“I was informed that the Iranians are following me, I’m glad the force was captured and thanked everyone who reached out to protect me,” Geller said can.
“I am an Israeli businessman in Turkey. I have an R&D engineering company and one day I was told that because of my occupation, the Iranians want to follow me and assassinate me. I was advised to travel to Israel immediately. I stayed in Turkey.”