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Ahvaz Military Parade Attackers Linked to US, Israel – Iranian Army Spokesman

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Iranian Armed Forces spokesman, Brig. Gen. Abolfazl Shekarchi, told IRNA that the militants who had committed a terrorist attack on a military parade in the Iranian city of Ahvaz on Saturday were linked to the United States and Israel.

“These terrorists are not members of the Daesh* [terrorist group, banned in Russia] and do not belong to groups fighting the Islamic system. These people are linked to the United States and [Israeli intelligence service] Mossad. These militants were organized and trained by two countries of the Persian Gulf,” Shekarchi said in an interview with a local agency.

The spokesman added that the servicemen had killed all four militants who committed the attack.

READ MORE: Rouhani: ‘America Will Suffer Same Fate as Saddam Hussein’ If It Attacks Iran

Earlier, Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif accused “regional terror sponsors and their US masters” of organizing the attack.The minister’s statement came as a response to the incident reported earlier in the day when armed militants opened fire at the parade, leaving at least 25 people killed and another 60 were injured, according to media reports.

The Saudi-linked Patriotic Arab Democratic Movement in Ahwaz has reportedly claimed responsibility for the attack.

and from al Jazeera:

Iran’s Revolutionary Guards targeted in Ahvaz military parade

President Hassan Rouhani vows ‘crushing response’ following gun attack that killed at least 29 and wounded 50.

Iran's Revolutionary Guards targeted in Ahvaz military parade
The parade was organised to mark the anniversary of the Iran-Iraq war [Behrad Ghasemi/ISNA/AFP]

Four gunmen dressed in fatigues opened fire at a military parade in southwestern Iran, killing at least 29 people including women and children.

The brazen attack on Saturday in the city of Ahvaz came as the country marked the anniversary of the start of its 1980-1988 war with Saddam Hussein’s Iraq, and prompted President Hassan Rouhani to warn of a “crushing response”.

Those killed included members of the elite Revolutionary Guards and women and children who had come to watch the parade, the Iranian state-run IRNA news agency said. More than 50 people were wounded.

Iran’s Revolutionary Guards targeted in Ahvaz military parade

Three of the attackers died at the scene while a fourth was arrested and later succumbed to his wounds, armed forces spokesman Brigadier General Abolfazl Shekarchi said.

“Of the four terrorists, three were sent to hell at the scene, while the fourth who had been wounded and arrested went to hell moments ago due to his severe wounds,” Shekarchi told state television.

Khuzestan province’s deputy governor Ali-Hossein Hosseinzadeh told the semi-official ISNA news agency “eight to nine” troops were among those killed, as well as a journalist.

Gunfire sprayed into a crowd of marching Guardsmen, bystanders, and government officials watching from a nearby riser. A video distributed to Iranian media showed soldiers crawling as gunfire blazed towards them. One picked up a gun and scrambled to his feet as women and children fled for their lives.

“We suddenly realised that some armed people wearing fake military outfits started attacking the comrades from behind [the stage] and then opened fire on women and children,” an unidentified soldier said.

“They were just aimlessly shooting around and did not have a specific target.”

‘US puppets’

Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said the attack was linked to the United States’ “allies in the region”.

“This crime is a continuation of the plots of the regional states that are puppets of the United States, and their goal is to create insecurity in our dear country,” Khamenei said in a statement.

He did not name the states, but US allies in the region include Iran’s arch-foe Israel, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates.

On Twitter, Iran’s Foreign Minister Javad Zarif also pointed a finger at a “foreign regime” without elaborating.

Mostafa Koshcheshm, a Tehran-based political commentator and journalist, told Al Jazeera that Revolutionary Guards officials were blaming the Ahwazi separatist movement, which has been “nurtured, supported, and trained by Saudi Arabia”.

“It’s been operating for the past several years, they are looking to cut off and separate Iran’s energy rich province of Khuzestan from Iran, which is exactly what Saddam Hussein wanted to do,” said Koshcheshm.

“They call themselves Arab nationalists but we know they have very intimate ties to the Mujahedin-e-Khalq,” he said referring to an Iranian exiled dissident group accused of killing thousands of Iranian civilians and officials.

Iran’s English language news outlet, Press TV, published a video apparently showing the moment the attack started.

State media described the assailants as “takifiri gunmen” – a term previously used to describe the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) group.

It also showed images of the immediate aftermath where paramedics were seen helping someone in military fatigues laying on the ground. Other armed security personnel shouted at each other in front of what appeared to be a viewing stand for the parade.

Ahvaz is the capital of Iran’s oil-rich Khuzestan province. The province in the past has seen Arab separatists attack oil pipelines.

The Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corp have been the sword and shield of Shia clerical rule in Iran since its 1979 Islamic Revolution.

The Guards, the most powerful and heavily armed military force in the Islamic Republic, also play a big role in Iran’s regional interests in countries such as Iraq, Syria and Yemen.

They answer to Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and have a vast stake worth billions of dollars in the economy.

This image shows wounded soldiers lying on the ground at the scene of the attack [Alireza Mohammadi/ISNA via AFP]

*Daesh, also known as Islamic State, ISIS or ISIL is a terrorist group, banned in the United States, Russia and many other countries.

12 COMMENTS

  1. I’m surprised Zuckerturd wasn’t at Bilderberg this time, after all he is part of the zionist cabal and has done such wonderful work for them.

  2. Selfish, inattentive “drivers” kill more people than terrorists in all but a few countries. so driver-less cars would be welcome.

  3. Gargoyle/Google needs to be taken down. Now they are involved in working with the Chinese government in creating more oppression of the Chinese people.
    Who knows how much they are involved here in the U.S? Censorship and then what’s next? Assassin squads? Damn stupid Murcans who still use Google. As for that nasty little jewboi Cohen, maybe Putin should send in a couple special forces/Spetznatz, and take the little POS out.
    C’mon Vlad, you want to do something for the Russian and American people, start there. Oh yeah, start using Duck Duck Go. Here’s a suggestion: hit Google’s base in Albania. level the place.
    Will Jared be singing cumbyahs after Iran decides to lob some missiles into Hell Aviv?

  4. It’s quite easy to surmise who’s behind it as all four countries have used terrorist attacks and are funding DAESH terrorists in the ME.
    Britain especially, much worse than France. Macaroni is Satanyahu’s little puppet but Britain is especially evil….MI 6, rotten to the core but then again so are the royals and the entire MP.
    America on the other hand is totally under zionist control.
    Yarmulkes are on sale at Wally world.

  5. So will the Mossad be buying Tesla Model 3s? Better hurry before Tesla goes down.
    They will also get that $7500 tax rebate that all Americans taxpayers are forced to shell out .

  6. As John Lennon once said” the world is run by people who are insane”. He nailed it even back then.
    The insanity is now out in the open.

  7. That’s exactly the attitude this type of article generates.
    This is life, the way it should be. Under their control . . . real, imagined, or faked. This is what they want.

    It was set up. And we don’t know by whom, or what the real motivation is all about.

    I wish people would stop carrying about Israhell.

    I’m sure they’ve opened a map and realize where their Rabbis and the RotsChild placed them.

    This type of thing gives them more palms’ up and outstretched. When they come to our drunk Uncle Sam and cry about the bullies. They need ‘mo better security money {rolling eyes}. And our drunk Uncle Sam will give them a quarter, pat their head and tell them to run off and play.

  8. They “driver-less” cars will never make it. Insurance companies are not going to cover the risk.
    A vehicle driving at 25 mph with a computer at the wheel, gas and brake . . . Nothing could go wrong there.

    25 mph (is 40 kph), and that’s a rate of speed of: 37 ft. per . . . SECOND

    40 kph (is 25 mph), and that’s a rate of speed of 11 meters per . . . SECOND

    So that’s nice they can make a car that can parallel park itself . . . between non-moving objects. For me, just something else to break down, and need to be replaced. They taught parallel parking in drivers’ ed, back in my day.

    I never heard of Arlington Rd. Might be a good weekend movie. Joan Cusack was a good cast for this.

    Why would anyone design a drone car JUST to carry out “suicide” bombings. No one is suicide, it’s a drone.

    These types of movies make anyone suspicious of their neighbors. Except for my neighbors . . . they really are weird.

  9. The event falls into a few categories. Did it happen. Did it happen as published?

    “State media described the assailants as “takifiri gunmen” – a term previously used to describe the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) group.”

    WOW — that’s how they used to describe the Islamic State of Iraq . . . AND . . . the Levant (ISIL) group.

    Does Iraq know that?

    It’s that Saddam thing, right?? Get. Over. It. Ask the immortal Rodney King question: Can’t we all get along?

    So that’s how Iran refers to (ISIL) the “Levant group.” Wonder if that tag, you’re it, is going to find its way to MSM? “The Levant group . . .”

    Maybe . . . just maybe . . . the Levant Group did this. They’ve done very similar projects in the past. I wonder if they’re doing this to ask the U.S. for ‘mo money. O’bomba is making his ’rounds I see. He was in Illinois, now I see him yaking it up in PA. Plus, his wife is starting a book tour. So they’re probably thinking about 2020. And O’bomba is the one who signed over all that money to Israhell’s “security.” This is the classic, “If we don’t spend it, then we won’t get more” mentality of many palms’ up entities. Israhell is no different . . .

  10. The Saudi playboys should be proud of themselves paying for deeds they do not have the manhood to carry out. What kind of Islam is this you are getting us blamed for now in front of the world? Women and children, really?
    This Pissrahell is hell bent on getting its way in everything regardless of the human cost among Christians or Muslims. We have to take these animals out.

    • So we got the path, the players/payers . . . but what we don’t have are the “insiders.” Those who let them in.

      ANOTHER Jared?

      I don’t watch MSM, so it would be interesting if they even ran the story.

      If this event happened as written in this article, and I have no information one way or the other, except what I’ve read in this article — it’s the usual suspects

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