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Jaish al-Adl is new danger threatening Iran's regime

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The Jaish al-Adl (Army of Justice) is the new danger that threatens the Iranian regime, especially after it has carried out several operations against the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), the Border Guard and the police due to the repression and sectarianism that the regime utilizes.

The latest operation took place on Tuesday morning, when Jaish al-Adl kidnapped 15 members of the Revolutionary Guards and seized their weapons and equipment in Mirjaveh.

"This operation, which was carried out by the heroes of Jaish al-Adl, came in response to injustice, oppression and racial discrimination against the Baloch people and Sunnis in Iran," said Ibrahim Azizi, spokesman for Jaish al-Adl .

The abductees include seven members of the espionage and intelligence branch of the IRGC, five border guards of the Quds Force, and two members of the IRGC intelligence.

It was pointed out that the Baloch people had nothing left but resistance to end the rule of the shameless mullahs, who have increased killing, displacement, repression, torture, injustice and suffering against the Baloch people.

Jaish al-Adl was founded in 2012 in the Sistan and Balochistan province, two years after the Iranian authorities executed the leader of the Balochi Jundollah movement in June 2010. It is an armed Iranian opposition group aiming to be strike and weaken Iranian forces, disrupt the clerical regime, restore the rights of the Baloch and Sunni people in Iran, and defend Sunnis in different countries around the world.

The group has carried out several attacks against the Iranian security forces, including:

- Killing 14 IRGC members on October 23, 2013.

- Shooting down an Iranian helicopter on November 26, 2013.

- Executed an IRGC member on March 23, 2014.

- Kidnapped five Iranians near the border with Pakistan and transferred to Pakistan in February 2016, according to allegations by the regime.

- Killed ten IRGC members, including three officers, in the Mirjaveh district on April 26, 2017.

Jaish al-Adl confirmed that it would continue its fight against the Iranian regime as long as it does not stop its racist and discriminatory policies against non-Persian peoples and Sunnis.

 

Last Modified: Thursday، 18 October 2018 01:52 AM
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