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Media: Saudi Arabia gave the US data on the “imminent attack” from Iran

MOSCOW, Nov 1 Saudi Arabia shares intelligence with US about “an imminent attack” from Iran on targets in the kingdom, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing officials.
The United States, Saudi Arabia and several other countries in the region have increased the level of combat readiness of their military forces, according to sources.
According to the newspaper, Saudi officials have said that Iran is allegedly going to attack both the kingdom itself and Erbil in Iraqi Kurdistan. Tehran allegedly does this “in an attempt to divert attention from internal protests,” the article says.

Earlier, the Ministry of Intelligence and the Intelligence Organization of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) of Iran said that unrest and protests in the country due to the death young girl Mahsa Amini was completely planned and implemented by the intelligence services of the United States, England, Israel and Saudi Arabia.

The unrest in Iran began in mid-September. They are connected with the death of a young girl, Mahsa Amini, after she was detained by the vice police. Protests and riots take place mainly in the provinces of Gilan, Khuzestan, Sistan and Balochistan, Tehran and Kurdistan. Tehran accuses Western countries of supporting the actions, which in their media disseminate messages of a subversive, anti-Iranian nature, as well as calls for the overthrow of the government. The rioters are systematically attacking and killing members of the security forces – the police, the IRGC and its Basij structure.

Amini was detained on September 13 in Tehran on September 13 and sent to one of the Faraj centers belonging to the police department and military intelligence. There, the girl had a heart attack, after which she was immediately taken to the hospital. She died three days later. Residents blamed the vice police for Mahsa's death. People in different cities of the country began to gather on the streets to protest. Videos have been posted on social media showing girls cutting off their hair and burning their hijab or headscarf.

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