Al-Qaeda had a supporting lifeline provided by the Iranian government before the September 11 terrorist attack on New York and Washington and both financial backing and safe haven to terrorist top leaders afterwards – according to the six top secret documents from New York court. Judge George Daniels used these documents for the verdict, which fines Iran with billions of dollars in compensation for the families of the victims of the attack.

The documents say that Iran played a role in helping to al-Qaeda terrorists to set up and run camps for training in Afghanistan where they prepared for the 9/11 attacks. According to the information in documents Hezbollah key operative Imad Mugniyeh helped al-Qaeda terrorists transfer through Iran where with new passports were dispatched for the attack.

According to Asharq al-Awsat, the Lebanese newspaper in London, which published the New York court’s documents the Iranian administration instructed also border control to permit attackers board the plane “in a move to facilitate their advance”.

The trial confirmed that Osama bin Laden, his deputy and current leader of al-Qaeda Ayman al-Zawahiri, Supreme Leader of Iran Ali Khamenei, former intelligence minister Ali Fallahian, deputy commander of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps and Brig. Gen. ohammed Baqir tho al-Qader conspired to establish an alliance supporting terrorism.

New York courthouse will penalise the Iranian President Rouhani’s administration with more than 21 billion dollar remuneration.