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Iranian Media outlets on documents exposing Iranian involvment in 9 11 attacks- Asharq Al Awsat

Iranian Media outlets on documents exposing Iranian involvment in 9 11 attacks- Asharq Al Awsat

London- The Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) did not keep silent to the exclusive documents procured by Asharq Al-Awsat newspaper on their affiliation with the September 11 attacks, 2001.

Fars News Agency, IRGC media outlet, stated that U.S. secret service officials have sent out grave accusations to senior officials in Iran.

Despite the Fars not mentioning that the Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei’s name came up in the made accusations, it still mentioned the names affiliated to the Quds Force – special operations IRGC division- and Hezbollah, facing charges.

The news agency expressed its growing fears on Asharq Al-Awsat newspaper following up on the story of the September 11 attacks and other terrorist incidents world-wide.

Asharq Al-Awsat newspaper had revealed evidence and documents exposing the closely-knit and direct relationship shared between Iran, Hezbollah, and al-Qaeda. The relationship dates back to the Khobar Towers bombing in Saudi Arabia, 1996.

Our newspaper had published the judge George Daniels New York courthouse order which accuses Iran, Khamenei, former Iranian Intelligence Minister Ali Fallahian and Hezbollah for contributing to al-Qaeda’s plotting and execution of the September 11 attacks.
What Fars published on Sunday is considered the first Iranian governmental response to the baring documents published.

The documents entail the Iranian contribution to training, supporting, and facilitating the transfer of the perpetrators through its grounds by IRGC and the Lebanon-based Hezbollah assistance.