Azerbaijan, Baku, Nov. 2 / Trend/
Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) in a declaration called for Iranian Foreign Ministry and Judiciary system to release documents on the US terrorist crimes against Iran and put White House officials on trial, ISNA reported.
On the verge of the anniversary of November 3, the anniversary of seizure of the US embassy in Tehran by Iranian students, IRGC issued a declaration through which it called for releasing documents on the US "terrorist actions" against Iran and trying the White House officials.
The declaration condemned the US recent "unfounded and false" claim which accused IRGC for plotting to assassinate Saudi Arabian ambassador to Washington.
The declaration also called for Iran's judicial efforts to release documents on the US terrorist "crimes" against Iran and also put White House officials on trial.
Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei rejected the United States' charges on Iran over assassination plot to kill Saudi ambassador in Washington, FNA reported on Wednesday.
"We have hundred credible documents that demonstrate the U.S. assassination plots and terrorist activities in region," Khamenei said.
Iranian Supreme Leader added that Iran will unveil these documents and damage U.S. international prestige.
"U.S. alleged plot is its attempt to deviate attention from the Occupy Wall Street movement, " he said. The "Occupy Wall Street" demonstration run in more than 70 cities of the U.S., and hundreds of people have been arrested during last month.
Two men, including a member of Iran's special foreign actions unit known as the Quds Force, were charged in New York federal court with conspiring to kill the Saudi diplomat.
The U.S. claimed that two Iranian citizens were preparing an attack on a Saudi Arabian ambassador in Washington, and perhaps planned to blow up the country's embassy.
Iran has raised the stakes in its row with the U.S. over the alleged plot to kill the Saudi ambassador to Washington by demanding an official apology from the Obama administration over the claim.
The U.S. said Iran was attempting to hire a member of a Mexican drug cartel to carry out the killing but failed because the gang member was actually a U.S. informant.
Iran rejected the accusation, saying this is U.S. diversionary tactic.
The United States broke formal diplomatic relations with Tehran in 1980 following the Iran hostage crisis, and ties have remained tense amid disputes over Iran's nuclear program and U.S. charges that Iran is the most active state sponsor of terrorism around the world.