Iran said Saturday it arrested seven people, including two Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) operatives, who planned to stoke unrest and violence on a march scheduled for February 11.
The rally on Thursday will commemorate the 31st victory of the Islamic Revolution in Iran.
Intelligence forces, according to Borna News Agency, arrested the men who had plans to leave the country for Dubai in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and then head to the United States.
According to the report, some of those arrested work for the US-backed Radio Farda, a Persian language station based in Prague and Washington.
Maybe it's in the same building in Prague that the envelope of white powder was sent to and was under surveilance by one of the hijackers that flew the plane into the twin towers.