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چهارشنبه ۱۷ آذر ۱۳۹۵ تهران ۲۰:۳۸ - ۷ دسامبر ۲۰۱۶

TERROR: Trials of Al-Qaeda Members May Last Three Years, Spokesman Says


The trials of the al-Qaeda members detained in Iran may last three years, cabinet spokesman Abdollah Ramezanzadeh said on Monday. He did not give a date for the start of the trials. In his first briefing after a three-month hiatus, Ramezanzadeh talked about Iran’s dispute with the UN International Atomic Energy and the transfer of power in Iraq. The trials of the al-Qaeda members detained in Iran may last three years, cabinet spokesman Abdollah Ramezanzadeh said on Monday during his first weekly briefing after months of silence. He did not give a date for the start of the trials. Judiciary and other officials, including secretary of the supreme national security council Hasan Rowhani, had hinted that several al-Qaeda members will be put on trial for allegedly plotting to blow up government buildings. Iran has not officially announced the names of the “prominent” al-Qaeda members it said it has in custody, but Asad, one of Osama bin Laden’s sons, along with al-Qaeda spokesman Soleiman Abu Gheis and al-Qadea’s number three man Seif al-Adel are said to be residing in Iran, along with scores of other “less prominent” members of the terrorist network. The US has accused the Islamic regime of letting al-Qaeda run bombing operations in Riyadh from bases in Iran. But citing its opposition to the Taliban regime in Afghanistan, the Iranian government has repeatedly rejected US charge that it has provided shelter for fugitive terrorists. Ramezanzadeh said following the Supreme Leader’s ban on any official criticism of last February’s Majles election process, he stopped his weekly press briefings. “The cabinet decided to remain silent and hold the elections, as it was told,” he said. In his first briefing after the hiatus, Ramezanzadeh talked about Iran’s dispute with the UN International Atomic Energy and the transfer of power in Iraq.
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