The mullahs' regime is preparing "terrorists" in 14 camps in the country to be ready to attack Western targets, the Daily Star newspaper reported, citing Iranian opposition activists.
The revelation of the Iranian plot comes as tensions between Iran and Western countries are fueled by the crisis of the nuclear deal, which Washington pulled out in May 2018 and re-imposed tough sanctions on Tehran.
Activists of the Iranian opposition People's Mujahedeen Organization have revealed the map of the camps inside Iran, and experts fear that these camps will be used to carry out attacks in the heart of the United States and European countries.
The spokesman for the opposition organization, Shahin Qubadi, that the headquarters of these forces is located at the base "Imam Ali", north of the capital Tehran.
He pointed out that this military base is a site of up to 10 hectares, and is under the supervision of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards.
In April, Washington included the IRGC as a "terrorist organization" in a move aimed at pressuring Iran to stop its hostile behavior and subversive activities in the Middle East.
Opposition activists are reported to have followed what is known as the Qods Force Training Directorate, or what is called in Iran's internal communications, Unit 12000.
According to the information disclosed, eight of these camps are located in the capital Tehran, along with a base on the island of Qeshm near the Strait of Hormuz.
In the meantime, other camps are active in the western regions of Ahvaz and Abadan, as well as a camp in Semnan in central Iran and in Khorasan province.
These "Iranian" terrorists may be responsible for the attacks, which targeted a number of oil tankers in the Strait of Hormuz.
Iran has increased its hostile behavior, following a drastic decline in its economic resources, as a result of the sanctions imposed by Washington, following the withdrawal from the nuclear agreement in 2015.
The United States has banned the world from buying Iranian oil, has threatened sanctions against every company that deals with Tehran, and European countries defending the deal have failed to find an alternative outlet for Iran.
Translation: Adar Press.