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Iran's Intelligence Forces Arrest Daesh Terrorists

Iran's Intelligence Forces Arrest Daesh Terrorists

Iranian authorities have arrested 27 members of a group linked to the Islamic State militants on suspicion of plotting attacks on religious centers in the country.

"The president's reported demand for intelligence to support his policy preference to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal risks politicizing intelligence analysis, with potentially grave consequences not only for national security decision-making but also for our ability to address a wide range of worldwide threats", Cohen, who left the CIA no. 2 position in January, said Friday in a Washington Post Op-Ed. It also faces risks from the jihadists and other rebels attempting to destabilize the nation from within.

Also a number of lethal weapons were confiscated in the operation and the terrorists meant to bring them into the country.

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The AES has claimed the 7 June attacks against the parliament and the mausoleum of imam Khomeini (17 dead), his first in Iran.

The ministry added five of them had planned to carry out terror attacks inside Iran and the others were their supporters.

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, who is being sworn-in for a further term on Saturday, has accused the United States of trying to undermine Tehran's nuclear deal with world powers, and urged European countries not to side with Washington.

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News of the operation came just a day after the country's elite Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) announced it had engaged in clashes with unnamed agents working with a foreign organization in the country's northwest, killing two would-be saboteurs and injuring four more, according to IRNA.

The inspections are one element of what is created to be a more aggressive approach by Washington to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon. The area has witnessed fighting between Iranian security forces and Kurdish nationalists in the past.

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