The Persian Explosion: Iran's Role in the 9/11 Attack

(Yediot Ahronot - Hebrew) - Ronen Bergman Two former CIA senior officials declared in their affadavit, "Imad Mughniyah, the most dangerous terrorist in the world in our era, who was an Iranian agent and high up in the Hizbullah hierarchy, organized the international transfers for a portion of the 9/11 hijackers through Iran, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, and Afghanistan, as well as other places." This help allowed for vital aspects of the attack plan: 1.) training in Afghanistan and Iran as well as obtaining U.S. visas, 2.) entry into the U.S. Among the materials gathered for a U.S. court case against Iran are the testimonies of Iranian intelligence officials who sought asylum in the West. Witness X said that Iran had advance knowledge of the plan to blow up aircraft in strategic sites in New York and Washington. He was also present at Sunni terrorist training camps inside Iran.

2011-08-26 00:00:00

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