IRGC Clashes with Terrorist Cell in Northwestern Iran

The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps says it has dismantled a terrorist cell affiliated with the “global arrogance” that intended to infiltrate into the northwestern borders of the country.

In a Monday statement, the IRGC said the cell was dismantled by its ground forces at Hamzeh Sayyid al-Shohada Headquarters, in Chaldoran County of West Azarbaijan province.

In the clashes, one terrorist was killed, two others injured, and one terrorist was arrested by the IRGC forces.

In the operation, two of the forces of the IRGC’s Hamze Sayyid al-Shohada were slightly injured, the statement said.

In this conflict, significant amounts of weapons, equipment, ammunition and communication systems were discovered from the terrorists.

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  1. Were these Kurds? Did they use the Nakhchivan enclave? If so, what does Azerbijan plan to do about it? Brian Ghilliotti

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