TEHRAN (Press Shia) – The Canadian government has sold tens of millions worth of seized Iranian government properties in the North American country, giving away the proceeds to what it calls “terror victims”.

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According to a document filed in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice last month, the so-called victims got a share of the money earned through the sale of Iran’s buildings in Ottawa and Toronto.

The valuable Ottawa property, sold for $26.5 million, was used as the Iranian Cultural Center, and the Toronto building, sold for $1.85 million, served as the Center for Iranian Studies.

In addition to the $28 million earned from the sale of the two properties, the victims were also awarded a share of some $2.6 million seized from Iran’s bank accounts. Documents also list a Toyota Camry and Mazda MPV.

The recipients include several American families who have filed claims in the Ontario and Nova Scotia courts, seeking a share of Iran’s assets seized by the Canadian government.

Seven years ago, a New York court claimed there was evidence to show that Iran provided “material support and resources” to al-Qaeda militants that carried out the September 11, 2001 attacks, calling on Iran to compensate victims.

That court awarded the plaintiffs damages of over $7 billion.

Iran has denied any links to al-Qaeda or any involvement in the 9/11 attacks.

On the basis of the known evidence, knowledgeable and informed people have concluded that 9/11 was an inside job organized by neoconservatives and Israel for the purpose of reconstructing the Middle East in Israel’s interest and enriching the US military/security complex in the process.