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'US, Mossad played roles in 9/11 event'

Sunday, 26 September 2010
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September 26:

Tehran, September 26: "The US and the Zionists developed the strategy of the September 11 attacks in an effort to counter the Islamic vigilance and to control energy resources in the Middle East," Brigadier General Yahya Rahim-Safavi as saying on Saturday to media.

He further added that al-Qaeda and its leader Osama bin Laden did not possess the essential intelligence capacity anywhere near the level of CIA, Pentagon and the FBI in order to conduct the surprise attacks against sensitive centers in the United States on September 11.

According to General Rahim-Safavi, heads of Israel's Mossad and the US played roles in the event.

"The September 11 attacks in the US and the shameful act of Qur'an burning by the US and Zionist regime (Israel) were in line with Islamophobia efforts by enemies of Islam who have fears over the spread of Islam and the Islamic vigilance," he further explained.

The Iranian commander also pointed out that the US and certain Western countries invaded Iraq and Afghanistan, a move that proved security is not sustainable in the world.

Moreover, General Rahim-Safavi pointed to the high potentials of Muslim countries and predicted that the Muslim world with its unique features and capabilities will turn into a premier and important power center of the world in the near future.

In his address to the UN General Assembly on Thursday, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said the US took advantage of the 'suspicious' September 11 incidents to justify its destructive occupation of Afghanistan and Iraq that cost many thousands of innocent lives.

The Iranian chief executive went on to raise serious questions about the credibility of the US government's account of the 9/11 attacks, suggesting that "a very powerful and complex terrorist group, able to successfully cross all layers of the American intelligence and security, carried out the attacks.”
--Agencies

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Fine, but what abt mumbai & latest attempt?

What would so called researchers have to tell about mumbai attacks and recent attempt in NY?? even that is done by US?? If u want peace, u need to first maintain peace and spread peace. and is Pakistan and others doing it? No way.

No use

this news has no meaning now has it is very late but inshallah there will be a change one day when all the mideast will unit

It was US who did 9/11

No doubt at all, it was US.

Truth behind d lines

Salaam brother ur exactly right but dont worry we do hav d creator.................

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