Lebanese citizen confesses to receiving order from Sepah to blast Israeli embassy in Baku
Azerbaijan, Baku, July 3 / Trend , G.Bagirov/
A Lebanese citizen who is accused of collaborating with a terrorist organization Hezbollah and organizing terror attack near the Israeli Embassy in Baku and the Gabala radar station confessed to receiving orders from the Sepah organization (Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps, a special body of the Islamic Republic of Iran).
On July 3, at the serious crime court which dealt with the case of two Lebanese and four Azerbaijani citizens, Lebanese Karaki Ali Muhammad confessed that he had been instructed to collect materials about the Israeli embassy in Baku, give them to Sepah and expect the order to blast a building of the diplomatic mission.
He refuted the charge of attempting to commit a bombing at the Gabala radar station.
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