Sinister role of Iran, Hezbollah in 9/11 terror attacks exposed

Sinister role of Iran, Hezbollah in 9/11 terror attacks exposed
Updated 19 March 2016

Sinister role of Iran, Hezbollah in 9/11 terror attacks exposed

Sinister role of Iran, Hezbollah in 9/11 terror attacks exposed

NEW YORK: There is mounting evidence against Iran and Hezbollah proving their first-hand involvement in the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11 2001 that killed thousands of US citizens, Asharq Al-Awsat reported.
Asharq Al-Awsat has exclusively attained and published six documents New York courthouse Judge George Daniels used for the verdict which fines Iran billions of dollars in compensation for the families of the victims of the attack.
The verdict also ordered compensation for insurance companies that bore fiscal losses due to the 9/11 attacks.
George Daniels condemned Iran for facilitating the execution of the terrorist attacks that affected both New York and Washington.
Documents procured by Asharq Al-Awsat newspaper emphasize Iran smoothing out the route for Al-Qaeda terrorists moving to campgrounds in Afghanistan for training, which paved the way for the 9/11 attacks.
Moreover, documents exposed that top Hezbollah figure Imad Mughniyeh — assassinated in 2008 — had visited the perpetrators in October 2000 and had arranged their flight to Iran with new passports before dispatching them for the attack.
Iranian administration had also given orders for border checkpoints and observatories to stamp the passports of the terrorist attackers, in a move to facilitate their advance.
Al-Qaeda persistently had a supporting lifeline provided by the Iranian government, which also provided the terrorist organization — according to the documents — with both financial backing and safe haven to terrorist top leaders after the Sept.11 attacks.
US and western media outlets have circulated information about a New York courthouse penalizing the Iranian President Rouhani’s administration with $10.5 billion remuneration.
However the plaintiff commission against Tehran’s government confirmed to Asharq Al-Awsat that reimbursements Iran has been ordered to pay are to exceed $21 billion, shedding light on the fact that the frozen Iranian dough to be released by the US government will not cover the demanded compensation.
The trial revealed that each of Osama Bin Laden, Ayman Al-Zawahiri — current leader of Al-Qaeda — Mughniyeh and other Iranian officials met in Khartoum to establish an alliance supporting terrorism.
A courthouse judiciary source, requesting anonymity, revealed that six people and bodies are accused in the case filed against Iran.
They are Supreme Leader of Iran Ali Khamenei, former Iranian intelligence minister Ali Fallahian, deputy commander of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and Brig. Gen. Mohammed Baqir Al-Qader.
Administrational bodies among the accused are the Iranian Ministry of Intelligence, the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and its special operations division, the Quds Force.