In reaction to the twin attack by the Islamic State fighter into Tehran on June 7, the Iran’s military released several missiles into the eastern Syria on Sunday. In three decades this is the first time Iran will releases missiles into any country.
Several “ground-to-ground, mid-range missiles” were fired from Kermanshah province bases, western Iran this was reported on Sepah News, which is the official site of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), the missiles released was targeted to the Takfiri forces in the Deir Ezzor region in Eastern Syria. The Takfiri were refered to as ISIS bty the IRGC.
The ISIS, a Sunni Muslim group fighting Iranian-backed militias in Syria takes responsibility for the attack in Iran for the first time. The attack where six assailants killed at least 16 people in the Iran parliament building and a shrine committed to Ayatollah Khomeini the founder of the republic revolutionary.
The Syrian president Bashar al-Assad combat against anti-government rebel groups and ISIS which is backed up by the Iran has it base in the Syrian city of Raqqa.
CNN military analyst, Lt Col (ret) Rick Francona sees Iran’s move as a “real escalation.”
Saudi Arabia has been charged with the offense of supporting the ISIS in their operations, and the IRGC has promise to revenge the Tehran attack.