The world opened this morning with the terrorist attack on the embassy of Azerbaijan in Iran.
A person armed with a Kalashnikov assault rifle attacked the Azerbaijani embassy, killed the head of the security service, and injured two others.
The terrorist was neutralized by another employee of the security service of the embassy.
What the Iranian side did was that the police chief of Tehran, Sardar Hossein Rahimi, who gave a hasty statement after the attack, tried to distort the motive of the incident.
Yalandan said that the perpetrator of the incident came to the embassy with two children, and the attack took place on a family-household basis.
But the camera footage exposed his lie.
It is clear from the footage that the person came alone in front of the embassy, got out of the car, entered the embassy building with a gun and started shooting.
It is also clear from the camera footage that the terrorist, while entering the building, is pointing something with his hand at the Iranian policeman on duty, and the policeman does not react at all, and even after the terrorist enters the building, he does not follow him into the building and does anything.
There are no children or anyone else in the images.
At least these facts are enough to expose the lies of Tehran's police chief.
It was announced that the person who committed the incident was an Iranian citizen named Yasin Huseynzade.
There are suspicions that he is connected to Iran's special services, especially the IRGC.
Most likely, if the employee of the Azerbaijani embassy neutralized the terrorist and did not catch him, the scale of the tragedy would have been greater, all the embassy employees would have been killed.
After the terrorist committed the incident, he would leave with a wave of his hands and arms, and the Iranian state would openly announce that he was wanted, and secretly announce him as a hero for successfully completing the task.
However, it was not possible to carry out the planned massacre thanks to the dedication of the employee of the Azerbaijani embassy.
The Iranian side's attempts to dress up the incident in domestic clothes in the statements made at various levels further strengthens the mentioned arguments.
Tehran is trying to distort the essence of the incident by spreading various fake news and statements from the moment the incident happened in order to shift responsibility for terrorism.
But all this is a lie, the aim is to distract the terrorist who is connected to the Iranian special services, and to create a wrong opinion in the local and international community.
Another lie spread by Iran to distort the essence of the incident is related to the fact that the attack was allegedly carried out by a person with Armenian identity.
Yasin Huseynzadeh is a citizen of Iran.
His name and surname also indicate that he is not of Armenian origin.
Despite all Iran's efforts, it is already clear that the purpose of this treacherous attack was a terrorist attack against the Azerbaijani embassy and diplomats.
Moreover, the Iranian police did not take any steps to prevent the occurrence of terrorism.
However, the official Tehran forgets one issue that regardless of the motive, it is responsible for the attack on the embassy.
Because the protection of embassies is the responsibility of the countries where they are located, and Iran not only fulfills this obligation, but also creates conditions for attacks on diplomatic missions.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Azerbaijan said in its statement about the incident that Iran, as the country where the embassy is located, had to fulfill its obligation to protect the embassy and ensure the safety of its employees arising from the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations.
"There have been attempts to threaten our diplomatic mission in Iran before, and measures to prevent such situations and ensure the security of our diplomatic missions have been constantly raised before Iran.
Unfortunately, the last bloody terrorist attack demonstrates the serious consequences of not showing proper sensitivity to our urgent appeals in this direction.
We are of the opinion that the anti-Azerbaijani campaign against our country in Iran has encouraged such attacks against our diplomatic mission," the statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs emphasizes.
Iran is known to the whole world for always supporting terrorism.
If we look at history, we can see many facts related to attacks on embassies, consulates, international missions, and foreign citizens in Iran.
It is worth mentioning the last few of them.
In 1979, in Iran, a group of students calling themselves "Imam Khomeini's Roadrunners" attacked the US embassy in Tehran, took 53 Americans hostage and held them hostage for 444 days.
In 2011, hundreds of students attacked the British embassy in Iran, seized the embassy building, broke windows and looted the embassy.
The next similar event happened in 2016.
In Iran, the buildings of Saudi Arabia's embassy in Tehran and consulate in Mashhad were set on fire by a radical crowd.
After all this, today's armed attack on the Azerbaijani embassy proves that there is no guarantee of the inviolability of any embassy or diplomatic mission in Iran.
Another issue that does not raise doubts is that Iran will not objectively investigate the terrorist attack.
The statements of the head of the Tehran police, as well as the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, can be considered an announcement that this will be the case.
It can be said with certainty that Iran, which has been spreading false information and statements one after another in order to cover up terrorism, protect the terrorist, and distort the essence of terrorism since the incident, will not objectively investigate this treacherous attack.