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By Ellen Sauerbrey and Dee Hodges
Topic - Sadeq Zibakalam
Iran's supreme leader warned the United States on Sunday that any measures taken against Tehran over an alleged plot to assassinate the Saudi ambassador to Washington would elicit a "resolute" response.
Mr. Zibakalam, however, said there was no plausible or logical reason for Iran to assassinate the Saudi envoy in Washington.
Political analyst Sadeq Zibakalam said the accusations were part of a U.S. strategy to encircle Iran.