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Netherlands deported two persons from the Iranian embassy in The Hague


Ahmad Mola Nissi, leader of Iranian separatist group ASMLA, was shot dead in Den Haag on Nov. 8, 2017. photo: ASMLA

On 7 June 2018, the Dutch gov’t deported two persons of the Iranian
embassy in The Hague. Confirmed today by the Dutch General Intelligence &
Security Service (AIVD); no explanation for the deportation was given.

https://www.volkskrant.nl/sport/twee-medewerkers-iraanse-ambassade-het-land-uitgezet~b6008b3e/

The reason is unknown, and connecting unrelated dots is dangerous, but: it
may be recalled that in Nov 2017, an Iranian political activist was shot
dead in The Hague. The victim’s cousin alleges the victim had been
threatened by Iranian intelligence. More about that here:

https://nltimes.nl/2017/11/10/iranian-separatists-want-netherlands-response-leaders-hague-murder

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