For years, imperialist-backed terrorist and counter-revolutionary organizations, as well as western intelligence services, have used northern Iraq to destabilize Iran’s border areas.
Iranian news agencies quoted Brigadier General Mohammad Pakpour, the head of the IRGC Ground Force, as saying. “We initiated attacks against terrorists given the fact that criminal organizations have turned northern Iraq into a hub for their criminal activities,” General Pakpour added.
Furthermore, General Pakpour highlighted that the Iranian military has sent appropriate warnings to the Iraqi government and officials in Iraq’s autonomous Kurdistan region.
Before dawn on Thursday, the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) successfully struck multiple headquarters of the terrorist organization “Kurdistan Democratic Party.”
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) also hit targets in Iraq’s autonomous Kurdistan region, such as Seyed Khan, Chuman, and Haji Imran, eliminating a large number of US-backed Kurdish terrorists.
The Democratic Party’s mercenaries were severely attacked from the ground and air.
According to Kurdish-language Rudaw TV, the assaults were carried out perfectly and without any mistake, which explains the terrorists’ heavy casualties.
The IRGC’s recent attacks in northern Iraq send a message to Iran’s adversaries and all US-backed mercenaries operating throughout the Middle East: the IRGC is in complete control of their nefarious activities, which range from remnants of the Rigi group in Pakistan to ISIS in Afghanistan and Kurdish terrorists in northern Iraq. The slightest violation of Iran’s sovereignty and territorial integrity will cost them dearly.
The Kurdistan Region has been a safe haven for Israel’s Mossad intelligence service since 1961, with Kurdish officials maintaining strong connections to Tel Aviv.
As a result, anytime Iran hits a target in Kurdistan, it eradicates not just Kurdish mercenaries but also the Zionist regime’s spy camps.
The IRGC, together with Iran’s intelligence and security agencies, demonstrated their determination in protecting Iran’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, as well as the Islamic Revolution’s ideals.
The IRGC made it plain that it will not tolerate Zionist and western intelligence services’ use of hired terrorists to endanger Iran’s national security.
This isn’t the first or last time Kurdish militants in Iran have attempted to jeopardize Iran’s national interests.
In 2018, the IRGC Air Force fired seven short-range surface-to-surface missiles on the headquarters of the internationally designated terrorist group “Democratic Party of Kurdistan” in Iraq’s Sanjeq district.
Despite Kurdish officials’ claims that terrorists are not allowed to cross Iranian borders, the top player Kurdish authorities act in direct contradiction to their own pronouncements.
This year, many terrorist groups affiliated with Komala and the Democratic Party of Kurdistan infiltrated Iranian territory, assassinating a number of Iranian civilians.
As a consequence, the Islamic Republic of Iran has the legal authority to safeguard its citizens and national security. As a result, Iran’s Islamic Republic has the legal power to protect its citizens and national security.
Without a doubt, terrorist camps must be completely destroyed to thwart further terrorist activities within Iran.
Massoud Barzani, who reached out to Tehran and pleaded with the late Haj Qassem Soleimani in the aftermath of the ISIS offensive and only recently discovered who was on his side and who was against him, appears to have forgotten his miserable days in June 2014 and has established a sanctuary for anti-Iran terrorists.
The authorities in Iraqi Kurdistan should draw lessons from the current situation in Afghanistan, where Ashraf Ghani’s ousted government was vanquished by the Taliban because it relied too much on its American master.