>> Gunman bursting into Iran's Parliament, opening fire on those inside. CCTV footage showing people running and seeking cover from the bullets. A day after the unprecedented twin attack struck Iran. The country's foreign minister rejecting words of condolence from Donald Trump. The US President was reacting to the Islamic State claimed assault, which killed at least 17 people.
Announcing he was praying for the victims and adding, states that sponsor terrorism risk falling victim to the evil they promote. Iranian Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif striking back, writing on Twitter, repugnant White House statement. Iranian people reject such US claims of friendship. The attacks on the Iranian Parliament and a nearby mausoleum were the first claimed by IS inside the tightly controlled Shiite Muslim country.
Seen by Sunni militants as heretics. The officials had earlier said the gunmen were dressed as women when they forced their way through the parliament's main entrance,
ening fire while one detonated a suicide vest. Another bomber blew themselves up near the mausoleum of Ayatollah Khomeini, the founder of modern Iran.
The attackers are believe to be Iranians who had joined IS. But Iran's revolutionary guards blame regional rivals, Saudi Arabia, saying in statement, it comes a week after the meeting between Trump and the backward leaders who support terrorists. Saudi denies involvement following several weeks of tension heightened animosity between Riyadh and Tehran, and further fuels tensions as they vie for control of the Gulf and influence in the wider Islamic world.