Iranian Resistance warns of an imminent air strike, missile attack by mullahs' regime

According to reports from inside Iran, the clerical regime is preparing itself for an imminent air raid and missile attack against the bases of the Mojahedin and National Liberation Army in Iraqi territory.

To this end, commanders from Nojeh air base in Hamedan (western Iran) and Vahdati air base in Dezful (southwestern Iran) were summoned to Tehran on Thursday, April 15, to receive the necessary briefing. Simultaneously, a large number of F-5 fighter-bombers and air force pilots were transferred from Vahdati to Nojeh air base.

On April 5, 1992, 13 fighter-bombers took off from Nojeh air base to attack the NLA's camp Ashraf. In September 1997, the regime's fighter-bombers stationed in the same air base attacked NLA bases near the Iraqi cities of Kut and Jalula, using the no-fly zones to reach their targets.

Unable to confront the Iranian Resistance inside Iran, the regime's leaders have threatened to attack the Mojahedin in Iraqi territory.

The Iranian Resistance draws the attention of the United Nations Secretary General and Security Council to the clerical regime's attacks against the bases of the Iranian Resistance in Iraqi territory. In clear violation of international law, including the Security Council resolution 598, such attacks could endanger peace and tranquillity in the region.

Undertaking urgent measures to prevent such aggression is imperative. Silence on the part of the international community toward the outlaw behavior, aggression and human rights abuses by the mullahs ruling Iran, who have been condemned 43 times by the General Assembly, Human Rights Commission and other United Nations organs, emboldens them to continue their crimes.

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran
April 17, 1999

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