Iranian Security Forces Repel Jaish al-Adl Terror Attacks in Sistan and Baluchestan

Jaish al-Adl terrorists faced 18 fatalities during their attempts to seize IRGC headquarters in Chabahar and Rask in Iran's southeastern province of Sistan and Baluchestan.

Iran (IMNA) - The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) reported that the overnight attacks on public places, military bases, and law enforcement facilities were thwarted by Iran's security forces, who suffered 10 casualties. The IRGC accused foreign intelligence services of supporting the terrorists and highlighted the security forces' tact, patience, and intelligence in repelling the attacks.

In a decisive operation, the zealous fighters of the Southeast Security Base of the IRGC Ground Forces, along with police command forces, neutralized 18 terrorists and armed criminals while ensuring people's safety. Ten security forces were martyred in the process. Deputy Interior Minister Majid Mirahmadi confirmed the failure of Jaish al-Adl terrorists to seize the IRGC headquarters in Chabahar and Rask.

The Jaish al-Adl terrorist group, known as the "terrorist group of Jaish al-Zulm (Army of Brutality)," has claimed responsibility for several attacks on Iranian security forces in Sistan and Baluchestan. The area, bordering Afghanistan and Pakistan, has long experienced frequent clashes between security forces and terrorists as well as drug traffickers.

Following a police station attack in Rask in December, which killed 11 security personnel, Iran retaliated by targeting two bases of the terrorist group in Pakistan with missiles. The overnight attack by Jaish al-Adl coincided with an Israeli airstrike on Iran's consular section in Damascus, resulting in 13 fatalities, including seven IRGC military advisors. The IRGC issued a stern warning, stating that any threats to Iran's national security and peace will be met with a decisive response.

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