January 2, 2018 – Fort Russ News – Paul Antonopoulos
TEHRAN, Iran – As the separatist Kurdistan Free Life Party (PJAK) has called for a violence as Iran experiences widespread protests, they are joined by the jihadist Balochi Ansar al-Furqan and an unnamed Arab group.
In a video released on social media, an Arab jihadist group, based in the southern Khuzestan region on the border with Iraq, has called for an “armed resistance” against the Iranian government.
#BREAKING – #Kurdish and #Arab militant groups have pledged their support for ‘armed resistance’ against #Iranian government. Kurdish PJAK and KDPI, Arab Ansar al-Furqan. Gulf-backed Ahwazi group has released video threatening attacks after pipeline was blown up in Khuzestan. pic.twitter.com/HyaySOPkqH
— SURA (@AlSuraEnglish) January 1, 2018
The video was released with further threats of attacks after a pipeline was blown up in Khuzestan by unknown forces.
Scenes reminiscent of Syria in 2011 are beginning to emerge as terrorist organizations use the widespread protests as opportunity to cause violence.
Yesterday a police officer was shot by a domestic terrorist, with full details found here.
A video that can be seen here also shows a taxi being burnt by a so-called protesters.