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Terrorism in Iran – Live Video From Iran Terrorism June 2017

Thursday, June 8, 2017 4:50
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From today’s article at sputnik news: At least 12 people have been killed in terrorist attacks in Iran. Four terrorists dressed in women’s clothing attacked the Iranian Parliament while another group attacked Ayatollah Khomeini’s shrine in Tehran. Iran’s Revolutionary Guards have accused Saudi Arabia of being behind the attack.

[Live recordings suggest officials may have had foreknowledge - a false flag attack?]

The body of a suspected terrorist, at background left, lies on the ground while police control the scene at the shrine of late Iranian revolutionary founder Ayatollah Khomeini, just outside Tehran, Iran, Wednesday, June 7,

2017 On Wednesday (June 7) four terrorists dressed in women’s clothing and armed with Kalashnikov rifles killed 12 people and injured 39 in an attack on the Iranian Parliament.A suicide bomber detonated a device at the mausoleum dedicated to Ayatollah Khomeini, who overthrew the Shah in 1979 and founded the Islamic Republic of Iran. He died in 1989. A third attack was foiled by the Iranian security forces. The attacks were the first time the Islamic Republic has been targeted by terrorists in the modern era. [since the CIA was involved many decades ago.]

Another attack involving an explosion took place near the Imam Khomeini shrine. Two people were reportedly arrested near the shrine.According to the Press TV channel, security forces discovered eight hand grenades, 10 magazines with ammunition and a bottle of unknown pink liquid in possession of an attacker who was shot dead at the Imam Khomeini shrine.

The incident comes only days after diplomatic relations with Qatar were broken off by Saudi Arabia and a number of other countries who claimed Qatar was supporting terrorism.But the dispute is thought to be part of a proxy war between Saudi Arabia and Iran, which is said to be close to Qatar.”The Iranian government is in a very complex predicament at the moment. It has been thrust into the middle of the crisis between Qatar and the bloc led by Saudi Arabia and it has been trying to shore up its relations with Qatar in the process. We know that some people within Iran will try to point the finger at Saudi Arabia and say they bear some responsibility for these attacks,”

Dr. Siavush Randjbar-Daemi, Lecturer in Iranian History at University of Manchester, told Sputnik.It’s clear that the strategy of Daesh, if you assume that Daesh was behind this, was to strike at the symbols of power in the Islamic Republic.”The Islamic Republic is involved in the Middle East, and has been fighting against ISIS [Daesh] in both Iraq and Syria, but it’s also inhabited by Shias, who are of course seen as apostates and as deviants from the rightful Muslim path by many Sunni Muslims.”

We must still condemn all terrorism, even when those who commit and sponsor the worst of it finally have some happen TO them.

Unfortunately, this will spread – read: Nostradamus and the Islamic Invasion of Europe

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