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Awaa club condemns terrorist and violent activities, by any groups and by any justifications, even if the acts are conducted in opposition to Islamic Republic regime. Awaa club considers these acts "criminal".
In the past week, three bombs shook Ahwaz; in these terrorist events, 10 civilians were killed and many others injured. The terrorist attacks follow previous bombings in Khuzestan province that had several victims. Yet, no group has claimed responsibility for these terrorist groups, nor has expressed support for them. However, there are some speculations on the issue in different media: 1. The involvement of foreign governments, including Britain, whose government's spokesperson has denied any involvement, condemning the act. 2. The involvement of remnants of Saddam Hussein's regime with the cooperation of MKO and NCRI in Iraq. 3. The involvement of a group of Arab separatists who work with Saddamists, Mojahedin-e Khalq and NCRI. Awaa club condemns terrorist and violent activities, by any groups and by any justifications, even if the acts are conducted in opposition to Islamic Republic regime. Awaa club considers these acts "criminal".

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