BEIRUT, LEBANON (3:30 A.M.) – Iran’s Revolutionary Guard launched a missile attack against an Iranian Kurdish opposition group based near the northern Iraqi city of Koya on Sunday, Iranian state media claimed.

Footage shows missiles being fired from mobile launchers, followed by aerial footage of targets being hit.

The Democratic Party of Iranian Kurdistan (PDKI) reported on their twitter account that 11 people were killed, and approximately 50 others wounded in the attacks on their bases and nearby refugee camps.

Koya is located the Kurdish autonomous region in northern Iraq.

 

Source: Ruptly

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Neil Barron
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Well the tune time is here Looney tunes cartoons Kartum.

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Iran practising how too cause some hurt on anyone that wants to attack them. Will the losses sustained be worth the effort or will victory , should they achieve it , be as Kennedy said ” like ashes in our mouths ” The days of throwing firecrackers is long past..

Daeshbags-Sux
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Yea, it’s time to provide Iron-Dome and HiMARS to the opposition.

Neil Barron
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You’ve been hacked!!!!

James
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So the mystery deepens! Without doubt, Iran wouldn’t attack without good reason so perhaps the Kurdish are very guilty of some nefarious activity?

Daeshbags-Sux
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Iran assassinated 100,000 political prisoners between 1979 and 1989. Few months ago, Quds-Force tried to bomb a political-opposition meeting in France.
They know the population is against ’em and try to silence opposition.

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Except that KDP is NOT a militia but peaceful political separatists and the Iranian bullies shelled refugees camps… Nothing else to wait from one of the most prominent funders for global terrorism… Here’s videos and pictures from the damages and victims https://twitter.com/vvanwilgenburg/status/1038777810922471425 “Is anyone still wondering what the Iranians did with the $150 Billion that Obama gave to them?” – Jim Hanford It’s more than clear that this cowardly strike is linked to the ongoing formation of Iraqi government. How sad IRGC doesn’t dares to play this wit Israelis : they’d receive the answer they deserve. How sad I’m not… Read more »

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kudos to iran for her stand against oppressors

Daeshbags-Sux
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These cowards attacked an unarmed exiled opposition political party = cowards.
They don’t even dare allowing anti-theocracy/kleptocracy running for the rigged elections of their rafidah regime, pfff.
Kuffar Uh-Akhbar!