RNA - “We all know that up until now the European side somewhat has stood firmly, said it is committed to the agreement despite the fact that the [US President Donald] Trump administration withdrew from the agreement. That is not to [Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin] Netanyahu’s liking so it is clear that Israel has a motive for the Europeans to abandon the agreement just like the Trump administration did,” Ali Rizk said in an interview.
“So indeed it is a legitimate question to raise the possibility that the Israelis are trying to use this as a way and to try to sabotage European-Iranian relations or at the same time to make the Europeans walk on the same track as President Trump and what is most interesting is that the information in this particular case came from the Mossad as well. So that I think is another interesting point which further raises these suspicions,” he added.
According to Press TV, on Tuesday, Danish intelligence chief Finn Borch Andersen claimed that an Iranian intelligence service had tried to carry out a plot to assassinate an Iranian Arab opposition figure on Denmark's soil.
The Iranian Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday that the publication of such "spiteful" media reports and its attribution to Iran was a plot by enemies to affect Tehran's growing relations with European countries.
Israeli media later revealed that Mossad had provided Denmark with “intelligence” concerning the alleged plot by Tehran.