The first murder took place in Almere in 2015, when the 56-year-old leader of the iranian opposition, Ali Motamed was killed and the other in the Hague in 2017, when the founder of the ASMLA, Ahmad Mola Nissi, 52, was killed.
several shots to the head. According to news agency Reuters, was expelled later two iranian diplomats from the Netherlands. None of them should, however, have had murders to make, writes The Volkskrant.
ASMLA stands for the Arab Struggle Movement for the Liberation of Ahwaz and is a separatistgrupp who want to get a state of their own in the iranian Khuzestanprovinsen. The regime in Iran, denotes the group as a terrorist group.
According to the Dutch authorities, it is ”very likely” to Motamed and Nissi was murdered by two agents from the iranian military intelligence service, writes the Telegraaf.
According to France, there is no doubt that Iran was behind the murders.
the EU to freeze the assets of two suspected agents and the military intelligence service. The EU also puts up all of the union's terror list, writes Reuters. Both in Denmark and France, has previously warned that Iran is planning several attacks in Europe since the suspected iranian terror been averted in both countries.
At the end of October revealed the Danish security police Pet to a Norwegian-iranian man planned an attack against a ASMLA leaders in Copenhagen on 28 september. The man was apprehended by the Swedish police in Gothenburg, and is suspected to have acted on behalf of the iranian security services.
informed the French authorities that it prevented an attack that would have been carried out against iranian opponents of the regime in the Seine-Saint-Denis.
Iran has in turn accused the ASMLA to have been behind the terrorist attack against a military parade in Ahwaz, 22 september, 2018, when 24 people lost their lives.