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Abdullah Azzam Brigades publish
new video of Iranian embassy attack

The video released by the Abdalla Azzam Brigades.

BEIRUT - The Abdallah Azzam Brigades published a video showing footage of its suicide attack on the Iranian embassy in Beirut in November 2013, which killed 25 people and injured 147 others.

 

The 18-minute video, entitled “The invasion of the Iranian embassy in Beirut,” was released Wednesday, and contains a message recorded by one of the suicide bombers before he conducted the operation.

 

It also features excerpts from Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah’s speeches, and footage of attacks allegedly “led by Iran and its tools against Sunnis in several Arab countries.”

 

The video also shows the group’s spokesperson, Sirajeddine Zureiqat, threatening the Defense Ministry and Lebanese army intelligence.

 

“Your oppression against the Sunnis is creating in the hearts of the Sunni youths a [reason] to confront you and to face the humiliation suffered by our people,” he said.

 

Mouin Abu Dahr, the suicide bomber who spoke in the video, said that he conducted the attack “to cause more losses for the enemy.”

 

“The criminal country [Iran is] fighting Muslims, collaborating with the US in occupying Afghanistan and Iraq, supporting Huthis in Yemen, supporting the [Alawite] regime in killing our brothers and people in Syria, supporting Hezbollah in Lebanon and protecting the border in South Lebanon with the Zionist enemy,” Abu Dahr said.

 

Abu Dahr also revealed that he participated in clashes alongside Salafi Sheikh Ahmad al-Assir against the Lebanese army in Sidon’s Abra.

The video released by the Abdalla Azzam Brigades.

Your oppression against the Sunnis is creating in the hearts of the Sunni youths a [reason] to confront you and to face the humiliation suffered by our people.