News ID: 109319
Publish Date : 22 November 2022 - 21:48

IRGC Pounds Terrorist Bases in Northern Iraq Again 

TEHRAN -- Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) on Tuesday conducted a new round of drone and missile strikes against strongholds of hostile separatist terror groups based in Iraq’s semi-autonomous region of Kurdistan. Tasnim news agency reported that the IRGC Ground Force fired kamikaze drones and missiles against positions of the so-called Kurdistan Freedom Party (PAK) on the outskirts of Iraq’s northern city of Kirkuk. According to the report, the raids targeted locations deep into the Kurdistan region and destroyed PAK’s bases, dealing a heavy blow to the separatist terrorist group. The extent 
of material damage and casualties were not immediately clear.
Since September 24, the IRGC has frequently launched air raids against the positions of the terrorists, who are holed up in Iraqi Kurdistan seeking to ignite riots and unrest in Iran’s western border cities.
Iran has, on countless occasions, warned Iraqi Kurdistan’s local authorities that it will not tolerate the presence and activity of terrorist groups along its northwestern borders, saying the country will give a decisive response should those areas become a hub of anti-Islamic Republic terrorists