Iran demands apology from US over Saudi ambassador 'assassination plot'
Guardian / Saeed Kamali Dehghan
31-Oct-2011 (3 comments)

Iran has raised the stakes in its row with the US over the alleged plot to kill the Saudi ambassador to Washington by demanding an official apology from the Obama administration over the claim that Tehran was responsible.

The Swiss embassy in Tehran, which hosts the US interests section in the Islamic republic, passed a letter from the Iranian government to US officials on Friday outlining Iran's formal complaint over accusations that military factions inside the regime were directly linked to the alleged plot.

"In a recent letter to the US government, Iran has insisted that American authorities must publicly apologise to the Iranian government and its citizens for the false accusations they publicised against Tehran in violation of international norms and regulations," Iran's state-run Press TV reported.

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G. Rahmanian

Why Not?

by G. Rahmanian on

When IR's paid agents call its victims all kinds of names and get away with it and when IR spies and terrorists roam the free world with absolute impunity, isn't it only natural for those who mastermind global terrorism to demand an apology from the US government? The international community has, to a great extent, stood by and allowed the Islamist regime in Tehran to terrorize Iranians both inside Iran and in diaspora for more than three decades. Isn't it time for the leaders of the free world to stop worrying about their respective countries' short-term interests and start thinking about the long-term effects of their lack of concern with regards to all acts of terrorism perpetrated by IR?

hamsade ghadimi

in a related news, iran is

by hamsade ghadimi on

in a related news, iran is asking france to apologize for the killing of shapour bakhtiar.


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