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Cleric says enemy targeting Iran's security, unity

Cleric says enemy targeting Iran's security, unity

After the deadly terrorist attack on southeastern Iran, Tehran Friday Prayers Leader Kazem Seddiqi says the enemy is targeting the country's security and unity.

 

After the deadly terrorist attack on southeastern Iran, Tehran Friday Prayers Leader Kazem Seddiqi says the enemy is targeting the country's security and unity.

"Our enemies have made targeting our security and unity their ultimate goal," Hojjatoleslam Seddiqi said.

"They seek to destroy Iran by causing discord and disunity among Shia and Sunni," he added.

"They have miscalculated [the situation]. Their moves will only lead to the strengthening of our unity and solidarity," said the cleric.

"Iran is one of the safest countries [in the world]. Such acts of terror will inflict no damage on the Islamic establishment."

At least 41 people, including seven senior commanders from the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC), were killed in a Sunday bombing during a gathering of Shia and Sunni tribal leaders in the borderline region of Pishin.

The Pakistan-based Jundullah terrorist group, lead by Abdolmalik Rigi, claimed responsibility for the bloody attack.

Seddiqi warned against the consequences of insecurity in the country and said, "Lack of unity and security will result in the spiritual and cultural growth of the Iranian people and their economic and cultural development to come to a stop."

He pointed to Iran's high capabilities demonstrated during the eight-year Iraqi-imposed war and said, "It will not be difficult for the Islamic establishment to take revenge on a terrorist ring."

The Pakistan-based terrorist group Jundullah, which is closely affiliated with the notorious al-Qaeda organization, has staged a torrent of bombings and terrorist attacks in Iran.

In a recent interview with Press TV, Rigi's brother, Abdulhamid, confirmed that the Jundullah leader had established links with US agents.

His brother said that in just one of his meetings with US operatives, Rigi had received $100,000 to fuel sectarianism in Iran.

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