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CAIRO – 3 November 2017: Iran is willing to support and fund anyone who would strike America in a way that wouldn’t clearly incriminate Iran, according to documents released by the CIA.
The CIA released on Wednesday, thousands of documents that it found in the raid on the founder and head of the Al-Qaeda Islamist group Osama bin Laden’s compound in 2011, according to USA Today. Apparently, an Al-Qaeda senior operative wrote a number of documents, claiming connections between Al-Qaeda leaders and Iran.
“Those two enemies: America and Iran each is willing to support the enemies of the other. America would support any individual or a group even if small that wants to strike Iran. America already did this with a known group of our ‘brothers’ in Sistan and Baluchestan Province,” said one of the documents dated 1428 A.H. (2008).
Iran would do the same with any individual or group that wants to strike American interests and people worldwide. However, Iran is very keen not to leave any fingerprints, the document reads.
Iran offered to support some Saudi Arabians with money, arms and training in Hezbollah camps in Lebanon, to strike American interests in Saudi Arabia and the Gulf, the document claimed.
Tensions between the US and Iran rose last October over Iran’s ballistic missile program that the U.S. considers a violation of the international law.
On October 8, Mohammad Ali Jafari, head of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corp (IRGC) warned the U.S. of a possible missile attack if it imposes more sanctions on Iran over its nuclear program. On October 26, the U.S. House of Representatives passed new sanctions on Iran.
In a televised speech on Thursday, Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei called the U.S. “Iran’s number one enemy.”