Iran reveals documents indicating separationist group’s link with Saudis
The Iranian Ministry of Intelligence has recently published a number of documents that clearly show that the terrorist group Harakat al-Nazal is linked with the Saudi intelligence service.
Iran's Intelligence Ministry stated on November 12 that the Iranian security forces have identified, trapped, and arrested the main people behind the September 2018 bloody attack in southwestern Iranian city of Ahvaz.
Based on a report released by information center of the Intelligence Ministry, the ringleader of terrorist and separatist group of Harakat al-Nazal – Farajollah Cha'ab – who is said to be responsible for terrorist attack in Ahvaz, Khuzestan Province, southwestern Iran, on September 22, 2018, has been arrested by Iranian security forces.
At least 25 people were killed and 68 were injured in the terrorist attack that took place in Ahvaz when several unknown terrorists opened fire indiscriminately on the crowd of innocent civilians watching a military parade staged on the occasion of the 38th anniversary of an eight-year Iraqi-imposed war against Iran.
The ringleader of the terrorist group had organized a number of other terrorist attacks in Tehran and Khuzestan in recent years.
As announced by the Intelligence Ministry, Harakat al-Nazal terrorist group is directly supported by Saudi and Zionist intelligence services.
The report also added that the ringleader of the terrorist group has provided details as to several new acts of terrorism of his group.