Iranian Court Orders US and Tondar Terrorist Group to Pay $2.478 Billion

Federal Court (Credits: Asharq Al-Awsat)

An Iranian court has convicted terrorist group Tondar, led by Jamshid Sharmahd, along with the US administration, ordering them to pay $2.47 billion for their involvement in bombing plans in Iran.

Tondar, also known as the kingdom assembly of Iran, orchestrated a bombing at the Seyyed-ol-Shohada Hosseiniyeh (Mosque) in Shiraz, resulting in the deaths of 14 Iranians and leaving 210 others wounded. The victims were participating in a mourning ceremony for Imam Hussein (AS), the third Imam of Shia Muslims.

Iranian Court (Credits: The Times of Israel)

The legal court of Tehran’s international relations, Branch 55, convened a session chaired by Judge Hosseinzadeh following litigation from the victims’ families.

The court found Sharmahd and the US administration, which supported the terrorist group, guilty and ordered them to pay $2.47 billion to the plaintiffs. This penalty was characterized by the court as both spiritual and financial restitution.

Iranian Court (Credits: Middle East Monitor)

Tondar, under Sharmahd’s leadership, has been involved in various sabotage acts, including threats to individuals, extortion, and bombings such as the explosion at Tehran’s Jahan Hotel in 2008 and the bombing of Imam Khomeini Mausoleum in 2009.

They also planted bombs in public places, state sites, transportation networks, and infrastructural installations, as well as sabotaging governmental and non-governmental sites and causing environmental damage through water poisoning and forest fires.

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