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Iranian Official TV station admits the responsibility of missile attack to Riyadh

Feb 20
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By Iran Probe Staff
Monday, 20 February 2017
 
In a talk show in the Iranian official TV station, the Ofogh channel, which was broadcasted Saturday night February 18, 2017, the anchor of the program, while praising Hassan Tehrani Moghadam, the IRGC commander in charge of regime’s missile projects who was killed in an explosion in Tehran in 2012, proudly admitted the responsibility of missile attack to Riyadh, and said Tehrani Moghadam was in charge of that attack. 

“…until after the death of Hassan Tehrani Moghadam, no one knew what he was doing in the desert around Shiriar, and after a few years from his death we hear that a missile from Yamen was launched and hit Riyadh…” Vahid yamin por, the anchor of the program said.

The guests of this TV program were well known terrorist Enis Naghash, the Lebanese agent of Iranian regime, and Saeid Ghasemi one of IRGC commanders. Also some of Iranian regime terrorist activities outside of Iran, including the 1983 terrorist attack against US forces headquarter in Beirut, and assassination of Bakhtiar in Paris was praised.

 

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