Police in Tehran say two suicide bombers were arrested last week in Qods, west of Tehran before they could carry out suicide attacks in the area.
Second Brigadier General Keyvan Zahiri, the police chief for west Tehran, in his remarks on Wednesday said that intelligence inputs about a possible suicide bombing targeting a religious center of Qods city were received by the police on November 16.
Police forces, he said, immediately formed teams and zeroed in on the hideouts of terrorists in less
The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) has cautioned the Iraqi citizens, residing near the hideouts of anti-Iran separatists, to leave the northern Iraq, as the Iranian forces try to cleanse those areas.
Commander of IRGC Ground Force Brigadier General Mohammad Pakpour said on Tuesday that Hamza Seyed al-Shohda Camp of the IRGC kicked off a new round of uprooting operation against the bastions of the terrorist groups in northern Iraq.
Today, the ground force of the IRGC restarted the drone
Abdolhossein Rezaei was born in Tehran in 1960. He was a hardworking student in university of Tehran who fervently followed the political news in the country. Finally, on February 22, 1982, he was martyred by elements of the MEK terrorist group.
The Closing ceremony of the art section of the 8th Festival of Students’ Film was held with the participation of the Children’s Movement for Children and with the attendance of officials and figures in the field of children, teachers, students and families of martyrs and children affected by terrorism, in the IRIB International Conference Center
This festival was held with the aim of motivating students all over the country and identifying the talents of children and teenagers in order to
The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) once again targeted strongholds of anti-Iran terrorists in Iraq’s semi-autonomous Kurdistan region with missiles and drones.
The IRGC Ground Force launched a fresh round of missile and drone attacks on the headquarter of Democratic Party of Iranian Kurdistan (PDKI) and the Komala Party in Iraq’s Kurdistan Region in the early hours of Monday.
According to reports, one attack saw four missiles being fired against a PDKI position in the town of Koy Sanjaq
Referring to the US, France and some other European countries support for terrorists and rioters, Iranian President Ebrahim Raeisi said that US and West support of terrorists will definitely not be in their interests.
Speaking in a meeting of the Cabinet on Sunday evening, President Raeisi pointed to the sublime recommendations of the Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei yesterday and stated that the 13th government is duty-bound to offer quality services to the noble
Mohammad Reza Bina was born in 1958 in Fars province. He chose teaching as his profession. When the imposed Iran-Iraq war began, he decided to fight with the enemy. Finally, on February 23, 1982, he was matyred with a bullet in a clash with terrorist groups in Mahabad.
The third issue of The Watchlist, a quarterly produced by researchers at Habilian Association (Families of Iranian Victims of Terrorism), has been released covering a wide range of topics on terrorism and terrorist groups.
The editorial of this issue titled "Albania, the loser of a failing game" is written by Seyyed Mohammad Javad Hashminejad, Secretary General of Habilian Association. In addition, some articles about the MEK’s history of violence and how this group officially launched its
Ahmad Joushideh was born in Sheineh village in Sanandaj in 1954. After the Islamic revolution, he established a Basij base and started recruiting people in his village to fight with anti-revolution movements. Finally, on February 24, 1982, elements of terrorist groups attacked the base and captured Ahmad along with other combatants, transferred them to Torivar village, tortured them and finally martyred them.
Iran has slammed the world community's silence on the latest terrorist attacks in multiple Iranian cities, stating that foreign promoters of violence are inciting terrorism by remaining silent on such crimes against ordinary people and security forces.
According to a statement released by Iran's foreign ministry on Saturday, a number of people, including women and children, were martyred and injured in terrorist attacks sparked by foreign-backed riots. The statement also mentioned the recent
Eight people were killed during a terrorist attack carried out by ISIL elements in Egypt's El Qantara city.
The attack targeted Egyptian army forces in El Qantara city on Saturday.
According to the reports, two Egyptian officers and five soldiers were killed in this attack.
Tribal sources announced that the ISIL terrorists took control of several government buildings during an attack following which clashes broke out between the Egyptian army and the terrorists.
The sources added that ISIL
Iran's Intelligence Ministry announced that 5 perpetrators of the assassination of Martyr Sajjad Shahraki, a Shia cleric and Friday prayer leader of a mosque in Zahedan in Sistan and Baluchestan Province have been arrested.
According to the statement released by the ministry on Saturday, intelligence forces managed to arrest five perpetrators linked to the martyrdom of Martyr Shahraki.
In the initial confessions, the defendants accepted the links to counter-revolutionary groups abroad, as well as
Mohammad Hossein Amir Ahmadi was born in Amirabad village in Damghan on April 14, 1944. He was employed by Esfahan Steel Company. His perseverance and high intelligence caused SAVAK to attempt to recruit him. But when he said no, he was forced to resign his position at the Steel Company. He then started working freelance. In the midst of the Islamic Revolution, he joined the revolutionary forces and finally on February 25, 1982, he was killed by the MEK terrorist group in front of his shop.
In reaction to the recent terrorist attacks in the country, the Iranian Foreign Ministry in a statement called on the international community and forums to condemn terrorist incidents in Iran to prevent further violence.
"In recent days, the noble nation of Iran and the international community witnessed the criminal actions of a group of merciless terrorists against innocent citizens and defenders of the security of Iran in the cities of Izeh, Isfahan and Mashhad. Unfortunately, a number of our
People in the city of Izeh, southwest Iran, have held a funeral procession for the victims of a terrorist attack carried out on Wednesday.
The ceremony started on Friday morning with a number of high-ranking state and military officials in attendance.
Speaking at the funeral, Vice President for Economic Affairs Mohsen Rezaei pointed out that “the three members of the terrorist group that carried out the Izeh attacks were arrested while trying to leave the country through the Maku crossing at the
Javad Salatin Eslami was born in Khorasan province in 1964. With the victory of the Islamic Revolution, he became a member of the IRGC. He was sent on a mission to Western Iran to combat terrorists and separatists. Finally on February 28, 1983, he was martyred in a clash with elements of terrorist groups by a bullet.
The Taliban announced that in an operation in the 12th district of Herat, 5 ISIL terrorists were killed and a hideout of this terrorist group was dismantled.
Herat residents last night reported a fierce conflict in District 12 of this city.
Herat conflict lasted for about 15 minutes and light and heavy weapons were used in it, according to the reports.
Taliban Spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid announced on Monday that an ISIL hideout in the central part of Kabul was destroyed by members of the Taliban
At least five people were martyred and 15 more were wounded in a terrorist attack in the town of Izeh, in Iran’s southern province of Khuzestan on Wednesday night.
Security officials in Khuzestan province said that two gunmen on motor bikes started shooting at people and law enforcement officers in the center of the town, using war weapons.
Those martyred included three men, a woman and a child.
Police forces are among the wounded people.
Some of those wounded are in critical condition, with at
Yahya Saeidi was born in Markazi Province in 1954. He went to Tehran to study and work freelance. After the victory of the Islamic revolution, he was employed in Jihad of Construction. Finally, on March 1, 1982, he was martyred by elements of the MEK terrorist group.
Ghodratollah Dehqani Siahaki was born in Hormozgan in 1959. He was employed by the police when he was 18. Fanially, on March 2, 1982, he was martyred by elements of the MEK terrorist group with 2 bullets which hit his head and heart.