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Iranians are blaming the regime for the Kerman terrorist attack

11 January 2024

9:49 PM

11 January 2024

9:49 PM

Two suicide bombs killed nearly 100 people and wounded many more in the Iranian province of Kerman on 3 January, as Iranians gathered to commemorate the anniversary of the assassination of IRGC commander Qasem Soleimani. It was the most devastating terrorist attack to hit Iran in many years.

Iranians are questioning why Soleimani’s family and the IRGC leadership missed their flight to Kerman, and so did not attend the commemoration

There is little agreement in Iran over who was ultimately culpable for the attack.

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