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News ID: 105514
Publish Date : 08 August 2022 - 21:28
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TEHRAN -- Iran’s Intelligence Ministry says it has identified and arrested 10 members of a Daesh terrorist group that sought to conduct acts of terror across the country during the mourning month of Muharram.
The ministry made the announcement in a statement on Thursday, saying the “takfiri-Zionist” outfit had plans to carry out several terrorist operations during the mass mourning ceremonies to commemorate Muharram and the martyrdom anniversary of Imam Hussein (AS), the third Shia Imam.
According to the statement, the Zionist regime tried to use Daesh elements for terrorist operations but the Intelligence Ministry managed to arrest 10 members of the group in the country west and south.
The ministry said it discovered and confiscated the terrorist group’s cache of explosive equipment, communication devices and weapons. Two of the Iranian security forces sustained injuries in fire exchanges with the takfiris, it said.
The ministry called on the public to be more vigilant against such terrorist plots. It pledged that the occupying Zionist regime and its Daesh mercenaries would be given a “crushing” response for their attempted acts of terror.
Last week, Iran’s Intelligence Ministry said an espionage team affiliated with the Zionist spy agency Mossad, recently dismantled before it could carry out acts of sabotage in the country, had plans to blow up a sensitive defense facility.
The ministry said the team belonging to the notorious anti-Iran Komala terrorist group had worked out the most intricate methods in order to geographically locate the target site, and destroy it through an enormous explosion.
The ministry said the terrorists, who were in contact with Mossad agents through one of the neighboring countries, had entered Iran from the Iraqi Kurdistan region.
Iranian Intelligence Minister Esmail Khatib said the Islamic Republic has carried out “a number of successful operations” against Israel in recent months, besides thwarting several conspiracies hatched by the occupying Tel Aviv regime and anti-Iran terrorist groups. TEHRAN -- Iran’s Intelligence Ministry says it has identified and arrested 10 members of a Daesh terrorist group that sought to conduct acts of terror across the country during the mourning month of Muharram.
The ministry made the announcement in a statement on Thursday, saying the “takfiri-Zionist” outfit had plans to carry out several terrorist operations during the mass mourning ceremonies to commemorate Muharram and the martyrdom anniversary of Imam Hussein (AS), the third Shia Imam.
According to the statement, the Zionist regime tried to use Daesh elements for terrorist operations but the Intelligence Ministry managed to arrest 10 members of the group in the country west and south.
The ministry said it discovered and confiscated the terrorist group’s cache of explosive equipment, communication devices and weapons. Two of the Iranian security forces sustained injuries in fire exchanges with the takfiris, it said.
The ministry called on the public to be more vigilant against such terrorist plots. It pledged that the occupying Zionist regime and its Daesh mercenaries would be given a “crushing” response for their attempted acts of terror.
Last week, Iran’s Intelligence Ministry said an espionage team affiliated with the Zionist spy agency Mossad, recently dismantled before it could carry out acts of sabotage in the country, had plans to blow up a sensitive defense facility.
The ministry said the team belonging to the notorious anti-Iran Komala terrorist group had worked out the most intricate methods in order to geographically locate the target site, and destroy it through an enormous explosion.
The ministry said the terrorists, who were in contact with Mossad agents through one of the neighboring countries, had entered Iran from the Iraqi Kurdistan region.
Iranian Intelligence Minister Esmail Khatib said the Islamic Republic has carried out “a number of successful operations” against Israel in recent months, besides thwarting several conspiracies hatched by the occupying Tel Aviv regime and anti-Iran terrorist groups. %MCEPASTEBIN%

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