There are numerous facts confirming that the Iranian authorities are behind the terrorist attack on the Azerbaijani embassy in Iran. One of the main points that cast doubt on Iran is the video footage.
According to the information obtained by "Report," the terrorist was in the embassy building until 8:32 am (GMT +4) on January 27, and a conflict broke out inside. After 4 minutes, that is, at 8:36 am, he was removed from the building.
From 8:37 am to 8:44 am, the terrorist fired at the doors with a machine gun and tried to open the door with a sledge-hammer. The gunman opened the door at 8:45 am and re-entered. Then he was hit with a fire extinguisher and removed again.
At 8:50 am, he set the embassy car on fire. Many people gathered around.
Another highlight is that the outdoor cameras are 24 minutes behind the real time. Therefore, the times in the videos recorded by the different cameras do not coincide. This has led to different versions on social networks, but the essence of the matter is that the correct time is shown only in the cameras inside the embassy building, and we have restored the video images below in chronological order based on this.
It should be especially emphasized that the Iranian police officer, who came out of the police booth in front of the Azerbaijani embassy, did nothing at first and then left.
The heroism of the embassy employee, who prevented major losses, is particularly noteworthy. It is also worth highlighting the negligence of the Tehran police officer. He did not take any action when the shooting took place inside and around the building for about 20 minutes and was forced to stop the terrorist only in the end.
On January 27, at around 8:30 am, a gunman attacked the Embassy of the Republic of Azerbaijan in the Islamic Republic of Iran. According to the information, he penetrated the embassy building, opened fire on personnel with a Kalashnikov assault rifle, and killed the head of the security service. Two security guards of the embassy were also injured while preventing the attack. An investigation is currently underway into this treacherous attack.