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Iran's Strikes on Daesh in Syria a 'Warning to Israel, US and Saudi Arabia'

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Iran's Strikes on Daesh in Syria a 'Warning to Israel, US and Saudi Arabia'

 

Commenting on the recent Iranian strikes on Daesh in the Syrian city of Deir ez-Zor, Iranian diplomat Hossein Sheikholeslam and military journalist Hassan Shemshadi told Sputnik Persian that it is not only a direct message to terrorists but, primarily, to their sponsors and donors, namely Israel, the US and the ruling clan in Saudi Arabia.

On Sunday, Iran's Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) fired six mid-range ballistic missiles, home-made Zolfaqar high-precision missiles, on Daesh targets in Syria's Deir ez-Zor, eliminating a significant number of terrorists, their HQs, ammunition and logistic depots among others.

According to the IRGC statement, it was a "warning to terrorists" following Tehran terrorist attacks on June 7.

"In case if attacks on Iran continue, the flame of our justifiable anger will burn terrorists to ashes," the statement said.

On June 7, a group of armed men attacked the Iranian Parliament and Imam Khomeini shrine in Tehran. Four gunmen attacked the building of the Iranian parliament, two of them were captured and one of the attackers blew himself up inside the building.

Several attackers raided the shrine of the late founder of the Islamic Republic, Imam Khomeini, south of the capital Tehran. The attackers started a shooting at the visitors of the shrine. One of the attackers detonated himself in front of a police station opposite the shrine.

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http://sputniknews.com/middleeast/201706201054799507-iran-syria-daesh-strike/
 

 

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