Iran Elite Group Stated as Culprits of Israeli Embassy Vehicle Attack

Indian police state that the terrorist attack on the Israeli Embassy previously in February this year is the work of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard. The attack, which happened exactly on February 13, has left a burning Israeli Embassy vehicle burning and has injured the wife of the Indian Defense Ministry, Tali Yehoshua-Koren.

The police claim that an Indian journalist has worked with the terrorists to execute their attack against the Israeli embassy. Police investigations reveal that journalist Syed Mohammad Ahmad Kazmi was approached by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard and asked about how possible it was to attack the Israeli diplomats in New Delhi, the capital of India, last year.

Kazmi, arrested for suspicion by the government, is said to be in contact with the Iranian regime for almost a decade.

The investigation of the February attack on the Israeli Embassy moved slowly as Iran did not cooperate directly with Indian authorities.

The investigation results gave five names. Afshar Irani, a professional builder, is speculated to be the motorcyclist who attached the car bomb to the Israeli Embassy vehicle.

Sedaghatzadeh Masoud, a sales person in a Tehran-based company, is suspected of terrorist attack plots in New Delhi, Bangkok and T’blisi.

Syed Ali Mahdiansadr, a cellphone shop owner, Mohammad Reza Abolghasemi, a Tehran government clerk and Ali Akbar Norouzishayan, a retired accountant, are also suspected attackers.

Source:  The Times of Oman

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