Five detainees suspected of terrorist attacks in the Iranian capital on 7 June, suspected of having links with the extremist group “Islamic state”. On Thursday, June 8, according to the interior Ministry of Iran, reports Reuters.
“All five of us — the Iranians. Earlier they carried out terrorist activities in raqqa and Mosul,” — said the Agency.
It is reported that last year they returned to Iran.
On the morning of 7 June, a group of armed men staged a shooting in the Parliament of Iran.
Around the same time two men and a woman opened fire in the building of the mausoleum of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, and another woman activated the explosive device fixed on the body.
Killing 17 people. Responsibility for the attack took on the banned terrorist organization “Islamic state”. The group promised to organize new attacks.