Danish police arrested members of a three-member group supporting the terrorist attack in Iran’s southwestern city of Ahwaz.
According to the report of the Mehr news agency, the Danish police have arrested members of the three-member group supporting the terrorist attack on September 22 in a military parade in the southwestern city of Ahwaz, Islamic Republic of Iran. The Danish police say that the arrested people have violated the country’s law by supporting terrorist groups. Those arrested will have to pay two years of imprisonment and fine.
The Danish media say that the people arrested by the police belong to the terrorist group al-Ahwazia. Meanwhile, the Danish police has refused to provide detailed information regarding the arrested people.
Be aware that on September 22, during the parade in Iran’s southwestern city of Ahvaz, fierce terrorists fired indiscriminately on ordinary people watching the parade, resulting in 25 people martyred and more than 60 injured. The responsibility of the attack was taken by al-Ahwaaziya and Dyesh, the terrorist group which has the support of Saudi Arabia and the United States.