US constantly displaying hostilities towards Iran

US constantly displaying hostilities towards Iran

The United States displayed his hostilities towards Iran by backing for Iraq's former dictator Saddam Hussein in the Iran-Iraq war, and the intentional shooting down of an Iranian passenger plane by the US navy in 1988.

The US in the 1953 coup in Iran against the government of then democratically-elected Prime Minister Mohammad Mosaddeq, US backing for Iraq's former dictator Saddam Hussein in the Iran-Iraq war, and the intentional shooting down of an Iranian passenger plane by the US navy in 1988.

The CIA has publicly admitted for the first time that it was behind the notorious 1953 coup against Iran's democratically elected prime minister Mohammad Mosaddeq, in documents that also show how the British government tried to block the release of information about its own involvement in his overthrow.

In early years of revolution, the United States and some of its allies tried to harm the Islamic system by supporting terrorist groups.

The Hafte Tir bombing, which killed over seventy senior Iranian officials, including Chief Justice Dr. Mohammad Beheshti, then Iran's second-highest official. Two months later of the same year, former President Mohammad Ali Rajaei and then-Prime Minister Mohammad Javad Bahonar, also lost their lives in a bombing in the capital, Tehran, 36 years ago. 

 Iran is marking the thirty sixth anniversary of a terrorist bomb attack in Tehran that killed dozens of top officials.  

June 27, 1981 marks a terrorist tragic act carried out by the US-led western backed terrorists against newly established system of Islamic Republic. The attack resulted in martyrdom of AyatollahBeheshti and his companions. 

Dr. Beheshti was considered as a right-hand of the great Imam and the founder of the Islamic Republic on several occasion hailed Beheshti’s knowledge of worldly and religious affairs and his political wisdom.   

Two months later, on August 30, 1981, President Rajaei, Prime Minister Bahonar and several other Iranian officials had convened at the Tehran office of the Iranian prime minister in a meeting of Iran’s Supreme Defense Council when a bomb explosion ripped through the building.


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