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 Wednesday, June 7 2017 14:22
David Stepanyan

Expert: Tehran terrorist attacks  is  an attempt of USA, Israel,  Turkey and Saudi Arabia in response to Iranian domination in Kurdish  issue.

Expert: Tehran terrorist attacks  is  an attempt of USA, Israel,  Turkey and Saudi Arabia in response to Iranian domination in Kurdish  issue.

ArmInfo. Tehran terrorist attacks  is  an attempt of USA, Israel, Turkey and Saudi Arabia in response to Iranian domination in Kurdish issue. Because Iranian actions destroy everything they prepared in respect to Kurds during recent 20 years. Such an opinion was expressed to ArmInfo by Iran Studies Expert Sergey Shakaryants. 

According to the information of Tehran  Rescue Medicine Department,  the number of victims resulted by Iranian Parliament  attacks   increased  up to 33. 

" There is no even shape of ISI here. This is only the label for  certains special services of certain countries, having a goal to  relocate the proxy-war to the territory of Iran, to scare the  population, and to break the society. But the attempt to abominate  Homeini's mausoleum  will cause not panic but hate, and now and on  there will be no guarantees for lives of initiators of that attempt  and their family members. The response action will be very painful.  Adequate and asymmetric," the expert stated. 

"In February I was in Tehran and passed the control of Iranian   security services to enter the parliament building. I could say that  the process was very complicated but right under the conditions of  terrorism threat. The shootings took place at the territory nearby  the building of Parliament," the expert summarized.  To mention,  according to media, today at 10:30 AM several armed men started  shooting inside Iranian parliament building. Terrosrists were armed  with pistols and AK-47. Attackers were blocked, and the building is  surrounded by police.

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