Iran Condemns Terrorist Attacks in Kerman, Blaming Enemies for Wickedness and Criminal Methods

In response to the Wednesday terrorist attacks in Kerman, Iran's Foreign Ministry issued a statement strongly condemning the acts.

Iran (IMNA) - The attacks occurred during a gathering in the southeastern city to commemorate the fourth martyrdom anniversary of Qassem Soleimani, a top general. The ministry emphasized that these attacks demonstrated the extreme wickedness of Iran's enemies, who have resorted to criminal methods in an attempt to escape their self-created crisis. The statement highlighted the nation's determination to confront such acts of terrorism.

Iranian Ministry Vows to Prosecute Perpetrators of Inhumane Terrorist Attack

The Iranian Ministry, in response to a recent terrorist attack, stated that the act of targeting Iranian citizens, including men, women, and children, will only serve to strengthen the nation's commitment to the ideals of Martyr Soleimani. Such heinous crimes are expected to foster unity among the people and fuel their animosity towards the enemies of Islamic Iran.

Assuring the public of its utmost efforts, the ministry announced its collaboration with relevant authorities to ensure the perpetrators of this abhorrent act of terror and their accomplices face justice.

Iran Condemns Terrorist Attacks in Kerman, Blaming Enemies for Wickedness and Criminal Methods

Echoing these sentiments, Iran's Parliament Speaker, Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf, condemned the attacks as an inhumane act by the enemies. He emphasized that this act of aggression reflects their apprehension towards the resolute presence of the Iranian people, who stand united in defense of the principles of the Islamic Republic.

Ghalibaf Affirms Iranian People's Unwavering Loyalty to Revolutionary Stances Amidst Attacks

In response to recent attacks in Kerman, Ghalibaf, a prominent figure, emphasized that these desperate measures will not waver the determination of the Iranian people in their commitment to their "revolutionary stances". The attacks, which claimed the lives of approximately 103 individuals and left many others injured, have also been condemned by religious figures. Sunni clerics in North Khorasan Province released a statement urging the Iranian security and judicial bodies to take decisive action against the perpetrators. Additionally, Molavi Abdul Hamid, a respected Iranian Sunni leader and the Friday prayer leader of Sunnis Makki Mosque in Zahedan, expressed strong condemnation for the shocking terrorist attack.

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