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Iranians protest USA blacklisting of Revolutionary Guard Corps

Iranians protest USA blacklisting of Revolutionary Guard Corps

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Last month, a Luxembourg court rejected a USA request to compensate victims of the September 11, 2001 attacks by seizing Iranian assets, seven years after a NY court claimed there was evidence of Iran's involvement in the incident.

Iran is officially protesting the decision of the United States to designate the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) as a "terrorist group".

State television showed crowds shouting "What's America thinking? Iran is full of Guards".

The Luxembourg court said that there were no grounds in worldwide law to uphold a USA ruling in 2012 to claim Iranian assets held with Luxembourg-based clearing house Clearstream.

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Iranian officials have condemned U.S. President Donald Trump's decision on Monday to blacklist the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC), a step is likely to raise tensions in the Middle East. "This measure against CENTCOM was a tit-for-tat act against the IRGC [blacklisting]".

During his Friday prayer the cleric wore the military uniform of the IRGC in support of the Iranian force, condemning the United States decision saying: "All the Iranian people are members in the Revolutionary Guards", the Iranian news agency ISNA reported.

General Kioumars Heydari, head of the regular Iranian army's ground forces, said: "Americans should know that this is a self-inflicted blow, meaning that they are jeopardising the security of their own troops in CENTCOM and across the world".

Pompeo declined to directly answer the question, saying he would defer to lawyers, but claimed that there is "no doubt there's a connection" between the Iranian government and al-Qaeda, according to a report by Politico.