In 2013, Saeid Moradi and Mohammad Kharzei, two agents of the Islamic Republic of Iran were convicted by a Thai court for their role in a bomb plot in 2012 that officials believe was an attempt to assassinate Israeli diplomats in Thai’s capital Bangkok.
Saeid Moradi, one of the bombers whose legs were blown off when a bomb he attempted to throw at police detonated at his feet, was given a life sentence for carrying explosives as well as for attempted murder. Mohammad Kharzei, 43, was jailed for 15 years for possessing explosives.
‘Meysam Zahedi’, son of an Iranian official with close ties to the Islamic Republic’s security officials and the regime’s important figures is photographed at the Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia with an unknown female.
Ali Moradi, brother of Saeed Moradi one of the bombers whose legs were blown off when a bomb he attempted to throw at police detonated at his feet, sitting in the back seat of the jet ski and sitting in front is ‘Meysam Zahedi’ son of Iranian officials AbdolMohammad Zahedi.
Meysam Zahedi’s travel and visa were arranged by the Islamic Republic’s consulate/embassy and currently resides in Netherland/Holland.
سمت چپ: میثم زاهدی، فرزند عبدالمحمد زاهدی. سمت راست: ‘علی مرادی’، برادر «سعید مرادی» بمبگذار ایرانی در تایلند که چندی پیش همراه با دو همکار خود با پژوهشگر استرالیایی «کایلی مور گیلبرت» معاوضه شد. وی ساکن «هلند» است
مهاجرت «علی مرادی» به عنوان روانشناس سفارت و توسط سفارت جمهوری اسلامی در کشور «هلند» برنامهریزی شده است
In November 2020, Thailand had freed the three Iranian men jailed over the 2012 bomb plot. Kylie Moore-Gilbert, was released in return for the three Iranian agents following the release of British-Australian academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert by Iran. ‘Saeed Moradi’ was one of the freed men.