Little hard evidence for Israeli anti-Iran terror claims: Report
Fri Aug 10, 2012 4:59PM
The Bulgarian government has tried to avoid a hasty and inaccurate judgment “in a situation with global political and security implications,” said The New York Times report in July.Iran, meanwhile, vehemently rejected the Israeli claim after the deadly bombing. Tehran has said that the Tel Aviv regime itself has been behind the terrorist attack, considering its extensive involvement in numerous terror acts beyond its borders. Iran's Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast condemned “all terrorist activities anywhere in the world” and rejected the allegations of involvement in the Bulgaria attack.
“The Zionist regime (Israel), as the biggest sponsor of state and organized terrorism, which has the blood of innocent people in Lebanon, Palestine, and other countries on its hands, and is responsible for the assassination of Iranian nuclear scientists, engages in making baseless accusations against other countries to escape the attention of the people of the world.”“The Zionist regime is even ready to endanger lives within the occupied (Palestinian) territories or outside them to pursue its political scenarios,” the senior Iranian official pointed out.
According to the July 31 article, Bulgarian Prime Minster Boyko Borissov stated that the bombing was the work of an “exceptionally experienced” group of conspirators, something that Middle East observes believe fits the model of assassins working for the Israeli intelligence agency, the Mossad.MFB/GHN/HMV/SS