After the missile strikes on the terrorist strongholds in Idlib, Syria, and an Israeli spy base in Erbil, Kurdistan, Iraq, the armed forces of the Islamic Republic of Iran also launched assaults on the hideout of a terrorist group known as Jaish al-Adl in Pakistan.
These strikes were a direct response to acts of terror targeting Iran, the most recent instances being the tragic loss of over 90 innocent lives in Kerman and the killing of 11 policemen in Iran’s easter town of Rask.
Several terrorist groups have taken root in neighboring countries of Iran, hatching conspiracies against the Iranian people.
Iran has repeatedly conveyed its demands and security concerns to these neighbors through bilateral political and security talks, even signing agreements for border control. Tehran has taken the logical and anticipated path of engaging in dialogue and diplomacy. However, these neighbors, including Iraq and Pakistan, have failed to honor these agreements and address the issue of terrorists within their borders. Either they lack the capability to deal with these terrorists or, for some other unknown reasons, they are unwilling to take out or expel them from their territories.