Iran Pakistan Border Violence

October 26, 2013 by  

Iran Pakistan Border Violence, Authorities in Iran hanged 16 “anti-Iran” rebels Saturday in response to deadly overnight clashes between bandits and border guards in southeast Iran, state media reported.

Local attorney-general Mohammad Marzieh said the 16 were hanged Saturday morning in the city of Zahedan, in Sistan and Baluchestan province, according to Iran’s state-run Fars news agency.

“We had issued warnings previously that bandits and anti-Iran group members who commit acts causing damage to innocent people or security and military personnel will face reciprocal action by us,” he is quoted as saying.

“This morning, in retaliation for the martyrdom of border guards at the town of Saravan, we hanged 16 members of of these anti-Iran groups. The judiciary will absolutely not tolerate such actions by these groups.”

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