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Four jihadi fighters got into parliament through the visitor door while disguised as women in burkas before filming part of their rampage inside, including the body of a government worker Riyadh also said 'authorities in Doha' have supported the Iran-backed Houthi armed group fighting against Saudi forces in Yemen.

Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said the deadly attacks in Tehran claimed by the Islamic State group were mere 'fire-crackers' that would have no effect on the Iranian people.'The Iranian nation is moving forward and these fire-crackers that happened today will not have the slightest effect on the will of the people,' Khamenei told students in the capital.

Saudi Arabia's promotion of a fundamentalist sect of Islam called Wahhabism has led to the nation being linked with ISIS in the past, as this is where the group draws much of its extremist teachings from.

Many top ISIS clerics also spent time studying or living in Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Arabia is predominantly made up of Sunni Muslims, including its extensive royal family, while Iran is staunchly Shia - making them ideologically opposed.

Iran's accusation also comes the day after Donald Trump praised Saudi Arabia and took partial credit for its moves against Qatar, saying it could be 'the beginning of the end of the horror of terrorism'.

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Government forces say all four attackers inside parliament have now been shot dead by police.

As the seat of Shia Muslim power in the Middle East, Iran represents everything that the Sunni terror group detests.