Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh, in response to reporters’ questions about some of the reports published by Israeli sources and the recent New York Times report alleging the assassination of an al-Qaeda terrorist in Iran, strongly denied any presence of the group’s members in Iran. And the American media advised American officials and the Zionist regime not to fall into the trap of Hollywood scenarios.
Noting that the terrorist group linked to Al Qaeda is the wrong policies of the United States and its allies in the region, Khatibazadeh stressed that Washington and Tel Aviv are trying from time to time to avoid responsibility for the criminal activities of this group and other terrorist groups in the region. Lying and leaking false information to the media portray Iran as linked to these groups.
The State Department spokesman also said: “Although the United States hasn’t dropped any false accusations against the Islamic Republic of Iran in the past, this approach has become a permanent trend in the current US administration and the White House has tried to repeat such accusations.” The Iranophobia plan shouldn’t take more steps.
Khatibzadeh added, “There is no doubt that such accusations come within the framework of a comprehensive economic, intelligence and psychological war against the Iranian people, and the media should not be a platform to spread the White House’s targeted lies against Iran.”