Video: Iran challenges U.S. to combat Israeli-sponsored terrorism

Mohammad Javad Larijani, a senior aide to Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, describes what Iranian leaders believe is a close relationship between Israel’s secret service, the Mossad, and the People’s Mujahedin of Iran, or MEK, which is considered a terrorist organization by the United States.

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2 thoughts on “Video: Iran challenges U.S. to combat Israeli-sponsored terrorism

  1. Norman

    He makes a very good point here. The U.S. is hypocritical in its measure of standards. Of course, this is the official way of doing things, because it the Israeli-firsters who are calling the shots, while letting the “O” take the bows. One has to call it like it is, corrupt.

  2. DE Teodoru

    The Mossad has stepped in manure with the left foot in order to pull the right foot out of it so often that “secrecy” has become a leaky boat and the thin veil of “anti-Semite” slander cannot cover the mountain anymore. Israel is so great at some things that every nation’s industries has a vacuum cleaner hose into the country in order to suck up its elites. But no one seems to want the Mossad. Alas, they spread themselves everywhere like locust in search of evil to sow in the name of some minor Israeli advantage. It is so small compared to the US that it cannot afford to set the precedent for such acts of terrorism and still reach out for handouts as the land of God’s chosen people. From its days nurturing HAMAS to its days nurturing MEK, it casts a very dark shadow on its other non-murder institutions that have produced those wonderful people that the West seeks suck out of there as monuments to Israel’s greatness.

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