To attend this conference.
“Iranian Terror Suspects Travel Freely to Saudi Arabia,” by Patrick Goodenough for CNSNews.com, June 9 (thanks to Cindy):
(CNSNews.com) – Seven months after Interpol placed a former head of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards on its most-wanted list, the fugitive suspected of state-sponsored terrorism last week traveled freely to Saudi Arabia, where he attended a religious conference hosted by King Abdullah.
Mohsen Rezai, wanted by Argentina, is the subject of an Interpol “red notice” — a request for a provisional arrest with a view to extradition, based on an arrest warrant or court decision. Saudi Arabia is a member state of the international policing organization.
It was unclear Monday whether he was still in Saudi Arabia, but his presence was brought to the attention of Interpol as well as the Argentine and Saudi governments late last week.
Rezai was part of a delegation led by former Iranian president, Ayatollah Hashemi Rafsanjani, who shared the platform with the Saudi monarch during the gathering in Mecca. […]
In July 1994, in a rare case of a suicide bombing outside the Middle East, terrorists targeted a Jewish community center in Buenos Aires, killing 85 people and injuring several hundred others. Argentine investigators believe that both Rezai and Rafsanjani himself were key players in the deadly attack….