Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Iran says that Bin Laden died of disease

Tehran .- Iranian Intelligence Minister Heydar Moslehi, doubt the U.S. operation that killed the leader of the international terrorist network Al Qaeda, Osama bin Laden, arguing that his country has "reliable information" that "died a long time ago a disease. " In a statement released Monday by state media, the controversial head of the Iranian secret services also rebuked the United States to show the corpse of Bin Laden, which the White House has been thrown into the sea to prevent his tomb became place of worship.

United States has also refused to show pictures of the terrorist dead body, because in his opinion could be hurtful and counterproductive. "We have credible information that Bin Laden died some time ago of a disease," noted Moslehi local media on Sunday following the meeting of the Council of Ministers.

"If the security apparatuses and the intelligence of truth have arrested or killed Bin Laden, why not show (his body), why they were thrown overboard," he reiterated. According to Moslehi, also quoted by state television, the reason lies in Washington's desire to "obscure the awakening (Islamic) of the region." In the first official reaction from Iran after learning of the special operation against bin Laden in Abbottabad, north-west of Islamabad, the spokesman for the Iranian Foreign Ministry, Ramin Mehmanparast, demanded the departure of U.S.

troops from Central Asia, as in the disappearance of Islamist opinion erased "the excuse" the war against terrorism.

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