[size=36]Revolutionary Guards: America and Saudi Arabia are behind the problems of Iraq[/size]
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Iran's Revolutionary Guards on Saturday accused America and Saudi Arabia of being behind the problems in Iraq today.
"The presence of America on the territory of Iraq is the original factor for its problems today, and the origin of Iraq's problems today and its cause is undoubtedly due to America and Saudi Arabia," said Maj.
Mehr news agency, citing Jaafari, on the Iranian students' control of the American espionage den, "US Embassy" said: "The student revolution against the US embassy was a spontaneous movement, and was not prepared earlier, as the students were reassured by the support of Imam Khomeini Therefore, the revolutionary students did not hesitate to control the American espionage den. "
"Some people at the time were afraid of the behavior of Iranian students. They said that such an act should be prepared earlier, but soon this student revolution got the support and blessing of Imam Ruhollah Khomeini."
He continued: "With regard to the danger of the US embassy at the time we had a lot of embassies in our country and none of them were touched, but the US embassy had another matter, the Islamic revolution was launched in the face of global arrogance forces, led by America, and also against the regime The Shah, who was not hidden to anyone at the time, the volume of conspiracies woven by America inside Iran and targeting the goods of the country. "
With regard to the crisis in Iraq today and the involvement of the United States and Saudi Arabia, said Major General Jaafari: "There is no doubt that the problem of Iraq today and the crises going through lies in the presence of the US embassy on its territory."
He added: "The Iraqi people should know very well, that as long as there is a US embassy in Iraq, the problems and conspiracies will remain, and America will continue to move its mercenaries from the deceived so as to ignite strife in Iraq."
He explained the damage and consequences of the US presence on Iraqi soil, saying: "America does not withdraw easily from any country in which it has benefits, and seeks every effort to harness the personnel of that country to serve it in order to preserve its interests in that country."