Alwaght- Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) fired on Monday rockets against headquarters of a terrorist Kurdish party based in northern Iraq.
Iran’s Fars News Agency said IRGC targeted terrorist groups with missiles and drones in city of Koye, near Erbil, the capital of the semi-autonomous Kurdish region of northern Iraq.
The terrorists in northern Iraq are reported to have been largely involved in a series of deadly riots in Iran by sneaking armed elements and cashes of weapons to support groups of thugs behind violence in Iranian cities.
For many years, Kurdistan region in northern Iraq has been the safe haven and activity center for anti-Iranian terrorist groups, and the elements affiliated with these groups, with the support and foreign intelligence provision, have been attempting to conduct destabilizing activities and threaten peace on the Iranian borders in west of the country.
In September, the Revolutionary Guards issued a statement saying such operations would continue as long as the bases of “terrorist groups” were not removed and as long as regional authorities “do not act according to their commitments”.