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Intelligence Minister Says Iran Mounts Intel Devices in Syria to Monitor Terrorists

14 March 2017 17:03

 

Iranian Intelligence Minister Mahmoud Alavi revealed on Tuesday that the country has sent intelligence devices to Syria to gather intel from the terrorists and monitor their moves.

“Security goods are a type of products exported by the Islamic Republic and today the intelligence ministry’s technical team has installed the most powerful devices in Syria and the terrorists’ bases are precisely monitored through this vitally necessary intel” gathered by these devices, Alavi said, addressing a forum in the Central city of Isfahan on Tuesday.

Iran is providing Iraq and Syria with military advisory and humanitarian aid in their fight against terrorist groups.

Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Quds Force Commander Major General Qassem Soleimani said in March that Takfiri terrorism threatens all Muslims, and Iran has waged war on those terrorists that trade enslaved women and children.

“The fire of Takfiri and Takfirism has engulfed in homes of our Sunni brothers. Those behind this are under the illusion that they can bring Shiism and the Islamic Republic to their knees. More than anywhere else, Takfiri groups have targeted the sanctity of humanity and the Sunni world,” General Soleimani said, addressing a ceremony in Tehran.

General Soleimani then asked those behind the smear campaign to question Iran’s policy in its ongoing war on terror, “Is it adventurism if the Islamic Republic makes sacrifices to defend Muslims? Is it wrong for the Islamic Republic to battle a group that in just one region is buying and selling some 20,000 unfortunate enslaved young women? Is it wrong for the Islamic Republic to stand against the anti-Muslim current and stop the demolition of Mosques and Muslim holy sites?”

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