Iranian police dismantled four suspected ISIS*

© AP Photo / Ebrahim NorooziИранский police. Archival photoIranian police dismantled four suspected ISIS*© AP Photo / Ebrahim Noroozi

Iranian police dismantled the city’s Declares in the South, four armed men allegedly linked to terrorist group «Islamic state»*, reported IRNA.

As stated by the representative of law enforcement bodies of the province of Hormozgan Azizol Maleki (Maleki Azizollah), police also seized four weapons, hundreds bullets and explosives. Two of the alleged attackers was found foreign identity cards, the identity of another two set.

On Wednesday morning the group of four in women’s clothes opened fire in the building of the Iranian Parliament, later one of the attackers made up. The interior Ministry of Iran confirmed the elimination of one of the terrorists. The attack also targeted the mausoleum of Imam Khomeini: one of the attackers blew up a bomb. At the mausoleum, the security forces arrested two people. As a result of terrorist attacks killed 17 people and injured 43.

* The terrorist group ISIS («Islamic state») is banned in Russia.

Iranian police dismantled four suspected ISIS*Terrorism in the twenty-first century

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