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Other TV channels either stopped reporting on the attacks shortly after they began, or failed to mention them altogether.The raids come during the holy month of Ramadan and shortly after President Hassan Rouhani was reelected.Saudi Arabia is predominantly made up of Sunni Muslims, including its extensive royal family, while Iran is staunchly Shia - making them ideologically opposed.Iran's accusation also comes the day after Donald Trump praised Saudi Arabia and took partial credit for its moves against Qatar, saying it could be 'the beginning of the end of the horror of terrorism'.The terror group is now increasingly focusing its efforts on suicide attacks outside of the two countries.IS published a rare video in Persian in March, warning that it 'will conquer Iran and restore it to the Sunni Muslim nation as it was before.'Militant groups are also known to operate in Iran's southeastern Sistan-Baluchistan province, which borders Pakistan and has a large Sunni community.Video purporting to be from inside the building showed a fighter armed with an AK47 moving between rooms as a dead body lay on the floor.Government forces say all four attackers inside parliament have now been shot dead by police.
He said a disproportionate response inside Iran would provide ISIS with propaganda and convince those on the fence to join the terror group.
It described the shrine attackers as 'terrorists' and said one carried out a suicide bombing, without providing further details.
Jihadist groups have clashed frequently with security forces along Iran's borders with Iraq and Afghanistan, but the country has largely escaped attacks within its urban centres - until now.
Four jihadi fighters got into parliament through the visitor door while disguised as women in burkas before filming part of their rampage inside, including the body of a government worker Riyadh also said 'authorities in Doha' have supported the Iran-backed Houthi armed group fighting against Saudi forces in Yemen.
Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said the deadly attacks in Tehran claimed by the Islamic State group were mere 'fire-crackers' that would have no effect on the Iranian people.'The Iranian nation is moving forward and these fire-crackers that happened today will not have the slightest effect on the will of the people,' Khamenei told students in the capital.
The Guards' accusation dramatically escalates already-strained tensions on the Arabian Peninsula, coming after Saudi Arabia led a group of six nations in cutting ties with Qatar, saying the country supported 'Iranian terrorist groups'.