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#Khamenei September 22, 2018 - #Ahvaz:

"The tragic and heartrending incident of the martyrdom of a group of our dear people in Ahvaz at the hands of the mercenary terrorists has once again exposed the atrocity and viciousness of the enemies of the Iranian nation."
#Khamenei "These hardhearted mercenaries who open fire on innocent women, children and men are the dependents of the same bogus & duplicitous advocates of human rights. Their spiteful hearts cannot bear to see the manifestation of national sovereignty during Armed Forces parade."
#Khamenei: "Their crime is a continuation of the conspiracies by the US-backed regimes in the region which have aimed at creating insecurity in our dear country.

However, to their dismay, the Iranian nation will persist on the noble and prideful path they have taken and will—"
#Khamenei: "like before—overcome all animosities. The intelligence sectors must swiftly and meticulously track and prosecute the purveyors of these criminals and hand them in to the powerful judiciary."

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