Saudi State TV Defends Terrorists, Calls Iran ‘Occupying Regime’

Saudi State TV Defends Terrorists, Calls Iran ‘Occupying Regime’

A Saudi Arabian state TV channel has called Iran “an occupying country” and claimed that the southeastern Iranian province Sistan-and-Baluchestan is “an occupied region”.

On April 26, Pakistan-based terrorists killed 9 Iranian border guards near Mirjaveh in the southeastern Iranian province of Sistan-and-Baluchestan,

The so-called Jaish ul-Adl terrorist group claimed responsibility for the attack, which was launched from the Pakistani soil. The assailants escaped into Pakistani territory immediately after the attack.

Now after a couple of weeks, Al Ekhbariya, a Saudi state TV channel based in the capital of Riyadh, has turned a blind eye to the brutal massacre by Jaish ul-Adl terrorist group and described the terrorist act as a “heroic” operation by ‘resistance forces trying to liberate Sistan and Baluchestan’.

In its strange remarks, the Saudi Arabian TV channel added the ‘heroic’ operation was carried out on in Mirjaveh near the common border between Pakistan’s Balochistan Province and Iran’s “occupied” Baluchestan Province, as a move to protect the Baluch people who are suffering from the occupying regime of Iran’s cruelty and oppression.

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