Iranian police said they had arrested five suspects over the attacks and the country's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, struck a defiant tone."These fireworks have no effect on Iran. they are too small to affect the will of the Iranian nation and its officials," state TV quoted him saying.The powerful Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) accused Saudi Arabia of being behind the action, a rare such incident in Iran."This terrorist attack happened only a week after the meeting between the US President [Donald Trump] and the [Saudi] backward leaders who support terrorists," a statement said."The fact that Islamic State has claimed responsibility proves that they were involved in the brutal attack." Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir, speaking in Berlin, said he did not know who was responsible and there was no evidence Saudi extremists were involved.The Internet is not a mere database, rather it is a digital world parallel to the real world.It is a door to an electronic society, and entry does not require a passport.The attacks began mid-morning when assailants armed with Kalashnikov rifles stormed the parliament building.One of the attackers later blew himself up inside, where a session had been in progress, according to a statement carried by Iran's state TV.
This has created numerous reactions in the world of conventional media.Images circulating in Iranian media showed gunmen held rifles near the windows of the complex.One showed a toddler being handed through a first-floor window to safety outside as an armed man looks on.The findings generated through qualitative methods, including interviews with ten Iranian youth as well was direct observation and analysis of some Internet texts (in particular blogs), imply that the continuous presence of Iranians online – including interaction and information exchange with other users – has led them to form a modern Iranian identity.In today’s media-saturated world, we encounter numerous experiences online that are not accessible through conventional media.