The Lebanese Hezbollah Movement condemned the latest bombing in Iraq, and said the terrorists in charge of the attack were backed by the western spy agencies.
"There are indications in this barbaric crime which show that it has been committed by the criminal terrorists and extremist groups associated with the US and Western intelligence agencies, those who are trying day and night to stir dividing seditions among the Iraqi nation and spark flames of sectarian and ethnic in the region," war Hezbollah said in a statement.
A suicide bomber detonated an explosive-packed car outside the Shiite endowment in Baab al-Muadham in central Baghdad on Monday, killing, at least, 26 people and wounding more than 190 others.
Iran, too, strongly condemned the terrorist bombing in Baghdad which killed and injured many civilians, and warned that the terrorist attacks are aimed at preventing establishment of a powerful and influential Iraq. Iran's Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi in a message to his Iraqi counterpart Hoshyar Zebari expressed his condolences for the victims of the attack.
Salehi condemned the attack, and said resorting to such violent acts and targeting the innocent people of Iraq is indicative of the terrorist groups' approach in opposing the will of the majority of Iraqis.
"The axis of Zionists and the alliance of unbelievers and hypocrites aim to prevent the formation of an influential and powerful new Iraq by the use of such desperate actions."