Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Sunday Iran will file a complaint to international bodies over the deadly mosque bombing by terrorist group supported by the U.S, ILNA reported.
The twin suicide bombings of a mosque in southeast Iran martyred 27 people and wounded 270 Thursday night, in an attack claimed by the Jundallah.
"If (President Barack) Obama is not aware of actions by American forces, we tell him that American troops based in Afghanistan and Pakistan supports these actions," he said referring to the bombings."
Ahmadinejad also held Pakistan responsible for allegedly harboring terrorists, saying Islamabad "must be answerable."
Ahmadinejad cabinet members approved an act calling Pakistani officials to answer about the incident, also President legal deputy will file a complaint regarding NATO and Zionist regime cooperation with Jundullah terrorist group, the body will follow the suite at the international organization while security agents investigate the security issues.
Iran accused the United States and Zionist regime of supporting Jundallah terrorist group.
The Jundallah (Soldiers of God) Sunni militant group claimed responsibility for the blasts, calling them a response to the execution of their leader Abdolmalek Rigi, who was arrested by Iranian security forces Feb. 23, the Dubai TV channel Al-Arabiya reported.
They said the attacks were carried out by two suicide bombers - Rigi's relatives - and targeted the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) located near the mosque.
"Jundallah declares that the explosions were carried out by Abdolbaset Riga and Riga Mohammad ... and warns of future similar operations, "Al-Arabiya reported.
Jundallah has claimed responsibility for numerous terrorist attacks in Iran. The group has carried out mass murders, armed robberies, kidnappings, acts of sabotage and bombings, the Iranian government reports.
In an attack Oct.18, over 40 Iranians died in Pishin, located in Iran's southeastern province of Sistan-Baluchestan.