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Iranian president receives report on Kerman terrorist attack

Iranian President Seyed Ebrahim Raisi met today with security officials in Kerman and received reports on the identification and prosecution of the perpetrators of the crime there.

According to the official Irna news agency, the Daesh (Islamic State) terrorist group claimed responsibility for Wednesday’s attacks in the southeastern Iranian town.

In a statement published the day before, Daesh announced that two of its members, identified as Omar al-Movahed and Saifollah al-Muyahid, detonated the explosive belts in the two operations that left more than 300 victims between dead and wounded.

The explosions occurred near the Kerman Martyrs Cemetery, where thousands of people were commemorating the fourth anniversary of the death of Quds Force commander General Qasem Soleimani, who was killed by the U.S. in a drone strike in Iraq in January 2020.

Asserting that such a cowardly terrorist attack will not deter the Iranian nation from its goals of confronting oppression and injustice, Raisi has said that no support from foreign power would create a safe zone for the agents involved in this crime.

In recent years, the Islamic Republic of Iran has been the target of constant attacks, assassination attempts and destabilization attempts, for which the Persian authorities directly accuse the United States, Israel and some European Union nations.

Iranian intelligence services have dismantled in recent months several terrorist networks with proven links to the Mossad (Israeli intelligence), the CIA and other European espionage agencies.

At the end of September last year, at least 28 Daesh-affiliated terrorists were arrested by Iranian intelligence agencies in simultaneous operations coordinated with forces in the provinces of Tehran, Alborz and West Azerbaijan.

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