He reportedly told high-ranking Iranian officials the the USA and its "agents are the source of instability in the Middle East... who created Islamic State? America's claim of fighting against [Daesh] is a lie", Khamenei said in a meeting with high-ranking Iranian officials, according to his official website.
Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries recently published a list of groups and individuals considered terrorists within the framework of the severing of relations with Qatar over accusations the country supports terrorism and has been attempting to destabilize Gulf states.
Seventeen people were killed and more than 40 injured last Wednesday when three gunmen stormed the parliament building in the centre of Tehran and two more the mausoleum of the Islamic Republic's founding father, ...
The Iranian leader also said the U.S. and Saudi Arabia are in partnership when it comes to funding Sunni militants.
Among the problems affecting the normalization of ties that have broken since the 1979 Islamic Revolution is the American government being "against an independent Iran" and "the existence of the Islamic Republic of Iran". He also worked as a lecturer at Aliman University, which was headed by Abdelmajid Alzandani, who also appears on US lists of terrorist supporters.
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He said he would do that and added, "Because I have been very loyal to you, very loyal; we had that thing you know". Dozens of mayors across the United States have also committed themselves to meeting the terms of the agreement.
Accordingly, he criticized certain individuals for putting a religious and ethnic spin on the recent terror attacks in Tehran and seeking to link the terrorists with certain religious or ethnic communities.
The Iranian foreign minister has traveled to Norway to participate in the Oslo Forum, which gathers leading armed conflict mediation practitioners.
Daesh, which draws its ideology from Saudi-inspired Wahhabism, claimed responsibility for twin attacks in Tehran on June 7 which left 17 people dead and 56 others wounded.
Last week, the Revolutionary Guards linked the "brutal attack" to Donald Trump's visit last month to Riyadh, where the United States president pointed the finger at Iran for fuelling "the fires of sectarian conflict and terror".
Baluchistan is home to a Sunni population who form a minority in majority Shia Iran.
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