Top: Ayatollah ali-Khamenei, Iran's Supreme Leader, addresses a crowd.
By Bill Tong
Despite having a multitude of nuclear embargoes thrown in it's future by the West, both Iran and America have a common enemy - ISIS.
On Tuesday, a Pentagon official says that reports by Middle Eastern media that the Persians have bombed the radical Sunni group may be true.
"We have indications that they (Iranians) have flown these missions in recent days, these airstrikes in eastern Iraq," Rear Admiral John Kirby says.
Is Iran part of the U.S. led coalition on Iraq?
"The Islamic Republic of Iran blames the United States as the root cause of unrests and problems as well as the terrorist actions of ISIL in Iraq," Gen. Massoud Jazayeri told the FARS News Agency.
Top: Iranian MiG 29s conduct a military drill.
"The U.S. is not working with Iran's military, and it is not even directly communicating with it over operations in the country," Kirby said.
"We are not coordinating with nor are we deconflicting with Iranian military," he adds.
"There is some deconflicting, in the sense that since they have some troops or militias they control in and around Baghdad ... we let them know, 'Don't mess with us. We're not here to mess with you.' We're focused on our common enemy," President Obama said on CBS' "Face the Nation'"