Iran denies Israeli embassy attacks
Updated: 2012-02-14 06:48
TEHRAN - Iranian foreign ministry spokesman denied accusations by Israel against the Islamic republic over Monday's attacks on the Israeli embassies in Georgia and India, the Arabic-language Al-Alam state television said.
Ramin Mehmanparast dismissed the accusations as "propaganda war", saying that Iran rejects the charges made by the Zionist regime of Israel.
Iran condemns all kinds of terrorist acts, Mehmanparast said.
Four people, including an Israeli diplomat, were injured Monday when a bomb hit a car of the Israeli embassy in New Delhi, India.
Also on Monday, a staff member of the Israeli embassy in the Georgian capital of Tbilisi discovered a bomb attached to his car when he was heading for home from the embassy. The bomb was later defused by the Georgian police.
People examine a damaged Israeli embassy car after an explosion in New Delhi Feb 13, 2012. [Photo/Agencies]