The Iranian Intelligence Ministry has released the names of and other information about the five ISIS terrorists who staged twin attacks in the Iranian capital city of Tehran on Wednesday, Press TV reported.
The Intelligence Ministry on Thursday released a statement detailing information on the five terrorists.
The statement only released the first names of the terrorists and said that their last names were being withheld due to “certain social and security considerations.”
On Wednesday, gunmen attacked Iran’s Parliament (Majlis) and the Mausoleum of the late founder of the Islamic Republic, Imam Khomeini, in two coordinated attacks., claiming the lives of at least 17 people and injuring nearly 50 others.
According to the Intelligence Ministry’s statement, the individuals involved in carrying out the attacks were five elements with a history of past terrorist activities.
They were identified as Seriyas, Fereydoun, Qayyoum, Abu Jahad, and Ramin.
The terrorists had entered Iran in July-August 2016, according to the same statement.
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