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In an interview with the American television CBS, Mohammad Bin Salman, the young Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia responding to the question of the presenter of this news channel about Saudi Arabia’s role in attacking New York’s Twin Towers on September 11, 2001, said that “In Sept. 11 attacks, Osama bin Laden (the former leader of al-Qaeda) recruited 15 Saudi citizens for a clear purpose.”

According to the CIA documents and American Congressional Inquiry Osama bin Laden wanted to create dispute between Middle East and the West, and between Saudi Arabia and the United States.

Western sources admit that the leaders and the civilians of the Islamic Republic considered Osama bin Laden an extremist and a violent person.

In this regard, the CIA intelligence documents and American Congressional Inquiry were evident that Osama bin Laden’s reside in Iran. But in contrary to this, evidences show that Osama bin Laden’s sons and wives fled to Pakistan after Afghanistan and then to Iran and the Iranian government also arrested them and kept them in jail.

Most of the family had been refugees to the Saudi embassy in Tehran and escaped from Iran to Saudi Arabia and Syria.

By reviewing these documents, if there were good relations between Iran and al-Qaeda leaders, it is obvious that Osama bin Laden would have been brought to Iran by Iranian authorities to save his life, but his failure to move to the country indicates the reluctance of the Islamic Republic of Iran to support Osama bin Laden and the al-Qaeda group.

It is noteworthy that in those years it seemed that Bin Laden’s family was arrested in response to the kidnapping of an official of the embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran by al-Qaeda in Pakistan.

Heshmatollah Attarzadeh, third Secretary General of the Consulate General of Iran in Peshawar Pakistan was kidnapped in November 2008 (Abaan 1387) and for this kidnapping fingers were raised towards Al Qaeda and finally  Mr. Attarzadeh was released in March 2010 (Farwardin 1389).

During the years of fight against Soviet Union, Osama bin Laden was recognized as the warrior of peace by the United States to the extent that some American media outlined Osama bin Laden as “A man on the path of peace”. All these documents are a clear evidence for America’s full support to the Al Qaeda group.

Sometime ago, Combating Terrorism Center at the United States Military Academy (USMA) had reported about the hostile relations between Iran and al-Qaeda in a letter to the CIA and the US Congress.

On the other hand, the BBC reported that the CIA had created a group under the leadership of Osama Bin Laden who were trained terrorism so that they could return to Afghanistan and fight Soviet Union.

The suspicious position of Osama bin Laden, the possibility of his kidnapping by the CIA, and the replacement of Tim Osman, the intelligence officer of this organization makes it clearer than ever that all the events in West Asia that took place through al-Qaeda have been a trick and big scenario by Western intelligence agencies, especially Britain and the United States.

Osama bin Laden and Al Qaeda scenarios were solely meant for the support of the public opinion of the government and nations of the world for America’s entry into the region for complete destruction of the infrastructure of Iraq and Afghanistan through US army. In an event known as the theory of twin tower, the United States has sought to use a scissors consisting of two edges (Two countries; Iraq and Afghanistan) for the complete destruction of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

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