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New reports reveal Iran believes the United States will use the Boston bombings as a pretext for attacking the Islamic regime.

That belief follows WND’s exclusive reports of April 16, 19, 22 and 23 on Iran’s involvement in the attack and its relation to the terrorist groups Hezbollah and al-Qaida, which provided training and logistical support to the bombers.

The most important fact is that through new collaboration between Russia and America, the Boston bombings can become another Sept. 11 scenario leading up to a confrontation with Iran, said Dr. Motahreh Hosseini, a researcher and analyst of the Islamic Republic. This collaboration will have grave implications for the world, he said.

In a report published Monday by the regime’s media outlet Tabnak, Hosseini, Iran’s expert on Russia and the northern Ghafghaz region, which includes Chechnya, expressed deep concern over the possibility of a confrontation with Iran and blamed America for the Boston attack.

Tabnak reported that Hosseini believes that the area of activity by the jihadists in the northern Ghafghaz region does not extend outside of Russia and that there are no documents proving otherwise.

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“My personal belief is that such activity (terrorism) is not possible but with the collaboration of elements in America,” said Hosseini, who added that America’s own security organizations must have played a role in the bombings.

“If we look at it with an international view … this scenario (Boston bombings as a pretext) is designed for the purpose of buying Russia in a collaboration against Syria and Iran,” Hosseini said. Its main goal, he said, was for America to target Iran and put the revolutionary Middle East in a tight spot, have a U.S. presence in Russia’s backyard and further pressure China.

The Quds Forces media site Amarion last week published images of the Boston bombings, blaming Israel for the attack and claiming the FBI disregarded evidence of Mossad agent activity and just focused on the Chechen brothers. In another article published on the same site a day earlier, a stern warning to America said, “Support of al-Qaida = Sept. 11, support of Chechens = Boston incident, Support of Iran opposition = ?”

In a lengthy analysis, the site reviewed America’s support of various elements in recent history and pointed to the 9/11 and Boston attacks as the result of that support. It warned that America should expect more terrorism soon because of its support of regime opposition.

Meanwhile, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Iran’s supreme leader, spoke at the inauguration of the Islamic Awakening and Ulama Conference held in Tehran on Monday, promising victory for Islam throughout the world.

“Today the subject of Islamic Awakening (the Arab Spring), which you will discuss in this conference, tops the list of the issues of the Islamic world and the Islamic Ummah, an amazing phenomenon that will result in the re-emergence of Islamic civilization – for the Islamic Ummah and then for all of the world – in the not too distant future providing that, with Allah’s permission, it stays healthy and continues,” he said.

Khamenei said that based on the promise of Allah as stated in the Quran, victory will come and Islam will conquer.

WND’s source warned that negotiations with the regime and sanctions against it for its illicit nuclear program have been complete failures and that soon the regime will arms its missiles with nuclear payloads and that the world will become chaotic beyond imagination if nothing is done to stop the radicals ruling Iran.

The source will soon reveal significant information linking the Islamic regime to the Boston bombings, he told WND.

Information provided by the source on April 19th indicated that the two brothers who set off the bombs at the Boston Marathon were assets of a bigger network out of South Asia and were set up to be burned so there would be no link back to their handlers – and Iran.

Reports today indicate that three more suspects have been taken into custody in Boston bombing case.

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