Iran Official Admits They Aided al Qaeda Terrorists Behind 9/11 Attacks
If there was ever any doubt they mean it when radicals in Iran chant “death to America,” it can be put to rest. A top Iranian official has finally admitted that they willingly helped the al Qaeda terrorists who attacked America on 9/11.
In a recent interview, a member of Iran’s judiciary openly admitted the country gave safe passage to the pilots who took down the Twin Towers. Mohammad-Javad Larijani, made the stunning admission on Iran’s state-controlled television.
In the report, translated from Farsi, Larijani admits that Iran facilitated their travel and offered them safe harbor.
“Our government agreed not to stamp the passports of some of them because they were on transit flights for two hours, and they were resuming their flights without having their passports stamped, Larijani said. “However, their movements were under the complete supervision of the Iranian intelligence.”
Not stamping the passports is relevant because the terrorists traveled through Saudi Arabia. Had the Saudi government known they were in Iran, they would have arrested and prosecuted them. In which case, 9/11 would likely not have happened.
The admission, a first for the regime, confirms the U.S. governments’ long-held suspicions about Iran’s role in the attacks. Earlier this year, a federal judge ruled that Iran was complicit in the attacks. Judge George B. Daniels subsequently ordered the Iranian government to pay $6 billion to families of the victims.
Shocking but not surprising, this news comes on the heels of another Iran bombshell.