Habilian Association condemns Saravan terrorist attack

We, the families and children of terror victims at Habilian Association, offer our sincere apologies to the families of 14 selfless border guards and to all the people of Iran.

The killing of 14 Iranian brave border guards by the Jaish al-Adl terrorist group proved once again that terrorism is a planned conspiracy which poses a grave threat to Iran’s security.

Being quite incapable of creating religious schism in Baluchistan region and disrupting the Shiite-Sunni unity, the Takfiri/Salafi terrorists brutally resorted to a killing which is a sign of their fear and weakness.

These despicable terrorists who felt unable to reach out to people due to the outstanding bravery of the border guards, disclosed their intentions that they avenged their loss in Syria from the innocent children of Iran.

Although the radical Wahhabi Salafi groups are taking the lives of many civilians in Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, and Pakistan, the Saravan bloody shoot-out shows the necessity of taking a firm position by and intervention of United Nations and UN Security Council against this terrorist crime.

Without a shadow of doubt, the Zionist regime and some regional countries who are seeking tension in the region are behind the terrorist act. History has been proven that the sovereignty of Great Iran will not be affected by such acts and Iranian people will drive these new Salafi-Zionist mercenaries to the same fate as Rigi’s Jundallah.

Condemning the terrorist act, Habilian Association again underscores that these terrorist acts emanate from the double standard towards terrorism and the silence of countries who claim to fight against terrorism.

On behalf of all the families of terror victims, we offer our sincere apologies to the families of 14 selfless border guards and to all the people of Iran.


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