• Iran Plots to Assassinate Saudi Arabian Ambassador Adel Al-Jubeir, US Foils Manssor Arbabsiar Terror Plot

    October 11, 2011 5:45 pm 2 comments

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    The Iranian Revolutionary Guard plotted to blow up a restaurant in Washington, DC.  The plans were to kill Adel Al-Jubeir, the Saudi Arabian ambassador to America, and spearhead a new wave of terror in the US.  According to US officials, Iranian military officials intended this attack to be a rally cry for terrorists as they enacted a ‘new era’ of endless attacks against random civilians in US cities.

    Attorney General Eric Holder had to confess these finding in a press conference.  When Barack Hussein Obama took office, he defied President Bush’s labeling of Iran as an “Axis of Evil” nation and extended an apologetic olive branch to the terror nation, vowing US pacifism and Islamic apologetics.

    But once again we see the wisdom of President Bush was true.  Military officials in the US have cited such a command and plot could not be given in Iran without the express order of Mahmooud Ahmadinejad.  The Iranian suspect who was to carry out the attacks, Manssor Arbabsiar, is a distant relative of Ahmadinejad.  The terrorist sneaked into Mexico to meet a drug cartel, who was to supply him with explosive weapons that would ‘rip a hole’ in to Washington, DC.

    Iran offered Arbabsiar $1.5 million USD to carry out the plot and fortunately, agents from the DEA were able to gain trust and obtain information to dismantle the terror attack.

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