The Iranian Revolutionary Guard has used drones and missiles to attack some of the facilities of the separatist organization in northern Iraq. Military camps, residences, workplaces, and other locations near Koya were targeted by Iranian drones.
In the midst of the continuous demonstrations following the passing of Mahsa Amini, Iran is receiving information regarding Drone Attacks in the former Kurdistan area of Iraq. News organizations have been informed that Iran has invaded numerous Kurdistan regions before. Drones have also been attacked at the bases of numerous separatists. More than 50 people have been hurt in this incident so far, and 13 people have already died. The Iranian outfit Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps was responsible for the assault.
Attacks against Amini’s death
Iranians are protesting the religious police’s death in custody of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old Iranian Kurdish woman. Soran Nouri, a member of the Democratic Party of Iranian Kurdistan (KDPI), said Iran was responsible for the early-morning Wednesday strikes, which were centred in Koya, 60 kilometres east of Erbil. Both the Kurdistan Regional Government and the Iraqi Foreign Ministry have denounced this act.
Military camps and houses were targeted
The Iranian Revolutionary Guard has used drones and missiles to attack some of the facilities of the separatist organization in northern Iraq. Military camps, residences, workplaces, and other locations near Koya were targeted by Iranian drones. He claimed that Iran’s strikes were still ongoing. The Iranian ambassador is anticipated to be called in for a diplomatic complaint on the attack, according to a spokesman for the Iraqi foreign ministry in Baghdad.
United Nations breaks silence
Notably, Iran’s paramilitary Revolutionary Guard also carried out gun and drone attacks against Kurdish locations on Saturday and Monday. The assault was carried out in retaliation for the ongoing demonstrations against the murder of Amini. The United Nations has now spoken out about this occurrence as well. In order to put an end to widespread demonstrations that started after the young woman died in police custody. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres urged Iran on Wednesday not to use excessive force against protestors. He has also promised to undertake an impartial probe into the girl’s death.