NAJA honor guard bearing coffins of slain NAJA border protection force members, victims of terrorism
Weary NAJA border protection force pall bearer; behind him Iran Police Aviation Antonov (HESA) An-140, reg 2202 (cn 9003).
Mourners lining the procession of the slain, Shahid Hashemi Nejad Airport (MHD / OIMM) at Mashhad
IRI flag-draped coffins inside Iran Police Aviation Antonov (HESA) An-140
This is not the first time Iran has been the target of terrorism leading up to nuclear negotiations with the P5+1. The terror group Jundallah struck at Sistan-Baluchistan province in December 2010 during the run-up to nuclear negotiations for January 2011.
Photos: Jafar Kaboutari at MEHR News Agency
Say what you want, but the attack on those border guards is no terrorism. Terrorism usually defines itself as violent acts which are intended to create fear (terror) among the civilian population of a country and deliberately target non-combatants (civilians). Armed border guards are a legitimate non-civilian military target in case of war (which Iran is involved in against Baluchi militants), so defining this as terrorism is nothing but propaganda.
It is terrorism! PAL you are applying selective definition of the term,The Taliban are branded terrorists for attacking military convoys !.
MAY the Almighty give them peace in their final abode [for Him do we belong and to Him is our return]. And kudos to the ministry of intelligence in IRAN for these terrorists has attempted to bomb Mosques and markets and some social gatherings but many times their machinations have been neutralized!.Now after failing in that area ,they go for the border guards!.NOW @ does a border guard have any say in your grievances?the answer is no!.too foolish are these people to invite on a round table to seek a permanent solution!.
IRIAF should just carpet bomb their camps right across the border in Pakistan (shouldn't object) and deploy expeditionary groups to go hunt them down in the Baluchi desert inside Iran. Jundullah knows that any set-piece battle against Iranian armed forces will result in them being turned into Shish-Kebab, for that reason they perform cowardly drive-by raids like the bandits that they are.
Well said, B.M.A. . It is yet another of countless many examples, of the zionist and western double standards. They only say terrorism when it is against them. When it is against their enemies, suddenly, they do not call it terrorism.
i agree these should be annaliated. just the way israel does. iran should destroy their basis with short range missiles.pakistan is not a country. it is full of talibans and a beggar nation on opium. they deserve no merrcy!
Killing a bunch of armed Islamic thugs is not terrorism. Islamic thugs are the ones who engage in hostage takings, embassy bombings, plane hijackings, and all of the other terrorist acts carried out by the followers of Khomeini for over 3 decades.
Neither cases (Taliban and this case) are terrorist acts. A suicide bomber in Iraq that targets a market is on the other hand.
Anonymous 4:47 PM, true. So are religious fanatics who move from foreign lands into a small one, conduct a brutal military occupation and wage a campaign of violence, killings and vandalism, to try and force out native people; all in the name of a religion.
@ 8:50 AM & 2:49 PM,
This post is about honoring the Iranian border guards who were killed in a brutal terrorist act. But unfortunately if your comments are indications of how the Iranian authorities believe they need to deal with terrorism, there would be no wonder there is an insurgency in the area. Fascism, carpet bombings of Baluchistan and Pakistan, or executing prisoners for revenge are not the answers. The central government needs to address the root causes that help produce and grow insurgencies and terrorism.
AnonymousOctober 28, 2013 at 3:09 AM
It is not a war,only nation states can declare and wage war on each other,this is a foreign backed insurgency by an armed ethnic group and I think you`ll find that regardless of the targets attacked most people would consider this an act of terrorism by a terrorist group,and I doubt that the iranian government would have acted any differently if it had been a group of civilians instead of border guards attacked
Yes,the root causes is the Islamic regime's very being in the country.They care more for Iraqis,Syrians and Palestinians.Maybe the borderguards should ask the regime why it is so?
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