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Iranian Intelligence Minister Heidar Moslehi says the Islamic Republic is immune to all terror threats, praising the watchfulness of the Iranian intelligence apparatuses.

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Iranian Intelligence Minister Heidar Moslehi says the Islamic Republic is immune to all terror threats, praising the watchfulness of the Iranian intelligence apparatuses.

"People be assured that they [terrorists] cannot do any harm to the security of the country," IRNA quoted the minister as saying in Iran's western province of Kermanshah late on Wednesday.

He said strict security precautions in place in border areas had left no room for concern about potential hazards to internal security across the country.

"There are terrorist groups, but, thanks to the strong intelligence service, they have been stripped of the chance for widespread and destructive operation," Moslehi noted.

The official said the border presence of the Iranian Armed Forces and their close cooperation with the Intelligence Ministry had resulted in optimum security at the borders, especially in the west of the country.

Iran's western border province of Kermanshah has been the target of repeated infiltration attempts and attacks by the Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO) and Party for Free Life of Kurdistan (PJAK) terrorists, who operate from neighboring Iraq.

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