ISIS claims for Terrorist Bombings in Iran. The Shadow of Usual MOSSAD-CIA Plot in favor of the Warlords
by Gospa News Editorial Staff
Daesh (ISIS – ed) has claimed responsibility for two explosions that killed at least 84 people and wounded scores at a memorial for top anti-terror commander Gen. Qassem Soleimani in the southeastern Iranian city of Kerman.
This represents a dangerous act in the ongoing religious war against Shiite Muslims by the Islamic State terrorist organization which is inspired by Sunni Jihad such as Al Qaeda.
The Al Qaeda jihadist have already been used by the counter-espionage of the Central Intelligence Agency to create a “European Caliphate” in the Balkans as well described in the book by the former Interpol official Antonio Evangelista, for many years attached to the Italian Embassy in Amman , in Jordan, and as he reiterated in an exclusive interview with Gospa News director Fabio G. C. Carisio.
Furthermore, a recently declassified document on the attacks on the World Trade Center on 11 September 2001 revealed the terrible circumstance that two of the plane hijackers, in addition to being affiliated with Al Qaeda, as was already known, were also informants/collaborators of the CIA itself. ..
Finally many Interesting sources confirmed that right Central Intelligence Agency since many years was trafficking weapons delivered to jihadist organizations in the Middle East to fuel the Western Weapons Lobby’s Wars…
The Deep Ties among ISIS and Mossad
As Gospa News suggested in the previous article the Islamic State terroristic action may be have been inspired by Mossad Israeli and US CIA counter-espionage who have many ties with the ISIS leaders as happened with the founder Al Baghdadi, imam and caliph of the cutthroat organization.
But Al Baghdadi was also a secret agent of Tel Aviv intelligence and CIA according to Hashd al-Shaabi, the Iraqi Popular Mobilization Forces formed by Muslims, Christians and other religious etnic.
In a statement posted on its affiliate Telegram channels, the terrorist group said two members had detonated their explosive belts in the crowd which had gathered at a cemetery for the anniversary of the US assassination of Gen. Soleimani.
Earlier, an unnamed source told the official news agency IRNA that the first explosion at the cemetery in Kerman, Gen. Soleimani’s hometown, “was the result of a suicide bomber’s action”.
“The suicide bomber in the first incident was a man who was completely dismembered as a result of the explosion and the identification of the suicide bomber is under investigation,” it said. “The cause of the second blast was most likely the same,” the source told IRNA.
The site of the explosions, the source said, was respectively 1.5 km and 2.7 km from the burial place of Gen. Soleimani, where it was not possible to pass through the inspection gates in the area.
The ISIS Bombing Action for the same reason of the Israeli Airstrikes on Syria
Soleimani was the commander of the Quds Force, the special Iranian paramilitary unit for foreign missions of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), also known as Pasdaran.
He was one of the main protagonists of the defeat of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria with the help of the Hashid, of which Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis was deputy commander, killed on January 3 near Baghdad by a US drone while he was with Soleimani.
This is the reason because the ISIS bombing attack which represents an action similar to the airstrikes of the Israel Defense Forces in Syria (and the US Air Force one since the beginning of Palestine war on October, 7, 2023) in which the Iranian Quds Force positions have been targeted for over 5 years now, causing an enormous number of collateral damage of civilian victims and destruction of homes of innocent Syrians.
UN Condemned “Cowardly Terrorist Attack”
The United Nations Security Council in a statement condemned Wednesday’s “cowardly terrorist attack” in Kerman and sent its condolences to the victims’ families and the Iranian government.
Iran observed a day of mourning Thursday for those killed in the terrorist blasts. People gathered at dozen cities across the country, chanting: “Death to Israel” and “Death to America”. Meanwhile, Iranians prepared for mass protests after weekly prayers across the nation on Friday, when funerals will be held for the victims.
Earlier Thursday, Iran’s top security body tasked the country’s intelligence, security and law enforcement organizations to promptly identify and punish those behind Wednesday’s bombings that killed scores of people at a ceremony to commemorate the most prominent anti-terror figure in the region.
The Supreme National Security Council held an ad hoc session on Thursday to hear and review the reports of the organizations, deciding that “the intelligence agencies should quickly track down the clues obtained from the terrorist operation and identify and introduce its mercenary perpetrators”.
“The role of the corrupt minds who always supported the terrorists in targeting innocent women, men and children in different parts of the world, should be accurately identified and reported in this incident,” it said.
“The relevant institutions should take action to predict and prevent and deal decisively with the perpetrators and justly punish the perpetrators or supporters of this crime,” it added.