Irdc.ir: We can track down the Zionist regime’s footsteps in the massacres of Pahlavi regime. In 8 September tragedy, people mentioned the presence of Israeli soldiers among Pahlavi commandos.
An evidence for the presence of Israeli soldiers among Pahlavi commandos
An example is a SAVAK report of 9 September 1978: "Following the bulletins hung on the walls of Champs Elysées Bazaar in Shah avenue, mentioning that 3 Israeli aircrafts had dropped off a number of Israeli commandos in Jey garrison in Tehran at 9:00 pm in 6 September 1978, people talked about the fact that the government had brought Israeli soldiers to shoot and kill innocent people, as long as the Iranian soldiers would avoid doing so”.
Confession of foreign media about the role of Zionist regime in 8 September 1978 massacre
A few months after the 8 September tragedy and the massacre of people in Shohada square, some sources such as the military magazine of Israel, revealed the role of Zionist regime in "Black Friday” tragedy in the late 1978. The media confessed that: "After the rise of protests in Iran, Israel built an aerial bridge from the military airports "Lad” and "Ramat David” near Haifa to send ammos such as rifles that spread a gas to paralyse movement and nervous reflex, for deracination of the protestors without bloodshed. The Israeli government also sent a group of professional soldiers in partisan wars, sabotage and urban deracination. The group obeys the orders of intelligence office of Israeli military, and performs only by direct order from them. The commander of the group was Rohbeam Zibaki, former commander of median section in Israel in 60’s and then the Prime Minister’s advisor in issues such as anti- terrorism, using specific ammos and the techniques in such areas. The group came to Iran by an Israeli airline and succeeded in its missions in the streets of Tehran at the right time. There well lots of Jewish-Iranian soldiers who spoke fluent Farsi. They all were dressed in Iran’s military uniforms. Iranian authorities claimed that they were from Baluchistan, Iran. Furthermore more, a small military base near Abadan and Bandarabbas were used to train anti-rebellion forces.
Ayatollah Falsafi objected the massacre of Iranians by Israeli soldiers
As well as two evidences above, we can also mention Azmoon’s statements. Manoochehr Azmon, then advisor secretary of Pahlavi regime, quoted from Ayatollah Falsafi in the meeting of National Security Council in 9 September 1978: "There’s no doubt that there were Israeli soldiers. A Muslim soldier never does such things. The soldiers were all blondie and they spoke a foreign language”.