Iran Denies Allegations Want to Kill Ambassador to Saudi

Written By Admin on Tuesday, October 11, 2011 | 7:42 PM

Iran - Iran denies U.S. allegations that they engaged in a plan to kill Saudi Arabia's Ambassador in Washington DC, Adel al-Jubeir. Iran considers the U.S. allegations were "scenarios that are neatly arranged." According to Iranian news station, Press TV, denial was immediately thrown shortly after U.S. officials expressed accusations in a press conference to reporters on Tuesday. Rebuttal submitted spokesman Iranian Foreign Ministry, Ramin Mehmanparast.

According to him, the accusation "a ridiculous" it is the latest example of the hostility that has been applied to the U.S. and Israel to Iran. "This behavior, which is based on American-Zionist policy that has been going on long ago, is a ridiculous show that is consistent with a scenario that is applied crockery enemies of Islam and the region," said Mehmanparast.

He reiterated that Iran condemns all forms of terrorism. For Mehmanparast, accusations from Washington that the U.S. deliberately made to divert attention from domestic crises. Recently, the U.S. troubled by the movement of the protesters' Let ahold of Wall Street "that shows community discontent over the economic crisis and unemployment in the land of Uncle Sam. Mehmanparast also considered that the designers of the scenario that has been neatly disusu try sowing the seeds of disunity and helping the Zionist regime of Israel from the isolation faced by the country from the international community regarding the occupation of Palestinian territories.

According to Reuters news agency U.S. Attorney General, Eric Holder, stating that the assassination attempt on the Saudi ambassador was designed by Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps through the unit in particular, Al-Quds. One person had been arrested last September and the other managed to flee to Iran. According to the Director of the U.S. Federal Investigation Agency (FBI), Robert Mueller, the plan was no different from a Hollywood screenplay for the Saudi ambassador to be killed by a bomb in a restaurant in Washington DC, which is supported by a grant from Mexico's drug dealing and some international calls .

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