Mohammad-Javad Larijani, a former diplomat, member of a politically influential Iranian family, and current international affairs assistant in the Iranian judiciary made an astonishing admission that his country facilitated the 911 hijackers, allowing them passage through the country and not stamping their passports, which could have kept them out of this country.
They had been sued by the families of the victims and a federal judge awarded them billions. They were never able to collect because Obama unfroze their accounts and sent them their money and allowed Iran (Illegally) to use the US banking system secretly.
The 9/11 Commission Report was released on July 22, 2004. It is the official report of the events leading up to and after the events of the terror attacks and was put together by the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States at the request of Congress and then-President George W. Bush.
There was strong evidence that al-Qaeda hijackers traveled through Iran “on their way to or from Afghanistan, taking advantage of the Iranian practice of not stamping Saudi passports,” the report stated.
“We believe this topic requires further investigation by the U.S. government,” the commission concluded.
The commission refered to the no-stamp situation as an Iranian practice; however, Larijani recalled it slightly differently. The al-Qaeda members asked the Iranian authorities not to stamp their passports because the Saudi government would prosecute them if it knew they traveled to Iran, he said.
“Our government agreed not to stamp the passports of some of them because they were on transit flights for two hours, and they were resuming their flights without having their passports stamped. However, their movements were under the complete supervision of the Iranian intelligence.”
This is the first time that Iran has admitted aiding the hijackers. We suspected it, now we know for sure.